Gtmess is a console msn messenger client for linux and other unix (POSIX) systems. Apart from the basics (chat windows, file transfers), it offers full unicode (utf-8) support and some advanced features like spoofing the typing user, detection of users that login as invisible etc.

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  • Great little program. Nice and quick and you get to see all the raw details. Beats finch imo. Compiled in a jiffy too! The only little 'gotchas' I've encountered are: - Sometimes it takes a long time to reopen a "switchboard session" with someone. Not sure if this is MSN or gtmess's fault. - Talking to offline persons seems to be impossible when the switchboard session automatically expires after 1 minute's inactivity Looking forward to the next version!

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Intended Audience

End Users/Desktop

User Interface

Console/Terminal

Programming Language

C

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2004-12-19