Amsn : MSN messenger for linux

Amsn is a clone of the original MSN Messenger, having the same look and feel.

This project is a modified and multilanguage version of Compu's Messenger (CCMSN).It's a Tcl/Tk script as was CCMSN and Tcl/Tk must be installed to run it. This means it is multiplatform and can run on any OS having Tcl/Tk installed (Linux, Windows, Macintosh).

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It is currently fairly complete with features such as :

# Sound for Events
# Look and Feel similar to original MSN Messenger
# Multilanguage (Around 40 languages currently supported)
# Running multiple instances of AMSN at once for multiple logins
# File Transfers
# Group Support
# Normal and Animated Emoticons with sounds
# Chat History
# On Event Alarms
# Conferencing Support
# Full Proxy Support
# Docking for Gnome1 and FreeDesktop (Gnome2/KDE3)
# Font configuration
# Profiles for separate configuration per login
# AutoAway Messages
# Manual Allow/Block/Contact/Reverse lists manipulation
# Remote Control
# Ability to detect contacts who removed you from their list
# No censorship on nicknames
# Support for Buddy Icons and MSN6 File Transfers (through server)
# Very extensive preferences allows high level of customisation
# A few more small features...

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I am looking for a version

I am looking for a version of msn messenger to run on Linux, it seems very short sighted of the MSN not to provide one.

GAIM, alternate messenger for linux

An alternate MSN messenger for Linux and Windows is "GAIM". Gaim is GTK2-based instant messenger application and supports multiple protocols via modules, including AIM, ICQ, Yahoo!, MSN, Jabber, IRC, Napster, Gadu-Gadu and Zephyr and more... If you use seperate clients for AIM, Yahoo, MSN, Jabber, IRC, etc... you should definately check it out. Head over to http://gaim.sourceforge.net !!

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