Reaching MSN networks from Linux with aMSN

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Article from Issue 82/2007
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aMSN lets Linux users communicate with associates on Microsoft instant messaging networks. In this article, we'll show you how to reach out to your friends in the empire.

Instant messaging is a convenient tool for contacting people in remote places with the use of chat technologies that send files, hold conferences, and even exchange live webcam images. The major players courting the favor
of the community are ICQ, AIM (AOL), Yahoo, Jabber, and MSN (Microsoft Network).

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