XcomMSN Messenger client / News: Recent posts

New versions with MSNP 11,12 support

Since some people were actually visiting this project and downloading code from it i have started on MSNP12 and 11 compatible code for the new version and should be available to download (As a pre Alpha) soon (About in a week or so)Also the home page will be updated soon.

New code will be available both in Delphi and C# two identical codes so whoever wants c# can have C3 and those who still like Delphi like me can have Delphi 6 - 7 Code. Although I’m not planning to add Proxy support to Delphi version, sadly.... read more

Posted by Shalitha Wijekoon 2005-12-19

Msnp9 update to enable it to log in to official servers

hi every one , since we get soo many visitors to this site , it odes seems like its a good idia to keep things up to date. i am now thinking of updating the client to msnp9 which is used by the new messaging servers in msn. this will onceagain allow the client to log in to the official client. although the updates will take some time. thanks for all your support soo far have a merry xmas

Posted by Shalitha Wijekoon 2003-12-15

Leagle issue please read

As of Oct 15th 2003 MSN will stop all clients that are using MSNP7 protocal including XCOMMSN, Although it is easly updateble to version MSNP9 which is used on MSN Messenger 6 , We have doubts that this process might not be leagle , and if so we will not upgrade this client to MSNP9.

We are observing other 3rd party Open source clients and the direction they are heading before doing any feuture developments on MSNP9 .... read more

Posted by Shalitha Wijekoon 2003-09-12

Thanks guys for downloading

A big thanks for every one who downloaded this software and commented onit , so far all comments seems to be positive though :-) . Please lete us know what we can improve in thhis software and if you would like to help us please join us

Posted by Shalitha Wijekoon 2003-08-19

Major problem with win2k

sorry but it seems Xcommsn is not running correctly under win2k, if you are getting an exception and crashing in the startup saying there is a colour problem , then you are in this mess. i'll have it fixed up asap till then use rc2 eventhough it is extreemly buggy and crashing , sorry about that

Posted by Shalitha Wijekoon 2003-07-21

Rc2 is up on the files section

Rc 2 has been uploaded to sourceforge server on the 13th jully 2003 . new version covers most of the msn 4.7 supporting features and hope you would find it interesting

source will be up on the network soon . as there are some parts which requires some cleaning up.
thank you for all your support

Posted by Shalitha Wijekoon 2003-07-13

Any bugs? in Rc1

we are aware of certain bugs on Rc1, they are as follows,
1.Popup menu in chatting window to add additional people doesn't work,

2.if you enter an incorrect password to log in it doesnt say its wrong and doesnt show you the log in dialog, although in the console it says disconnected.

2 in the view where your contacts are listed some items are missing..

please do comment on any other or eve these error and send a bug report to Shalitha33@hotmail.com... read more

Posted by Shalitha Wijekoon 2003-07-06

The First alpha version is up

hello every 1,
the first alpha relese RC1 is up on the network you are most welcome to download both source or binary and play around with it.if you go for source make sure you first install the component set before opening the source and you also need a version of delphi 6 or may be 7(dont know about D7 or Kilyx compatibality)

Posted by Shalitha Wijekoon 2003-07-06

Any one like to help

we are looking for any one who is interested in helphing in for the development of XcomMSN Messenger client . Currently we have an experimental version of it working which will be available for download shortly and if you are intrested in helphing please email to shalitha33@hotmail.com with the subject "XcomMSN Messenger client" . thanks and every one is welcome.

Amodha shalitha wijekoon

Posted by Shalitha Wijekoon 2003-07-02

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