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 on: December 29, 2020, 06:15:30 pm 
Started by MrNessuno - Last post by MrNessuno
This website: made msn from the first version to the 2009 version available again and fully working. Will be a patched version of aMSN compatible with all OS available too?
Thank you for your answers Smiley

 on: December 12, 2019, 09:29:06 am 
Started by inflamous - Last post by LloydWhite
Thanks to the team for their support and participation! Now, years later, I can’t say that I am completely satisfied with the work of Skype. For example, one of the updates has been removed the ability to search for messages in conversations. In another, in my opinion, an unsuccessful update, Skype became as rainbow as a toy pony. In any case, this messenger was and still will be the main communication tool for both ordinary users and businesses. I hope in the future It will strengthen It's position and will keep up to date with fewer unsuccessful updates.

 on: November 02, 2018, 11:53:17 pm 
Started by Adjacent - Last post by yvesson
Indeed, it's kinda crazy that the website is still up with the dowload aMSN button and the forum still online and working too. Well the only problem is the same as for IM : the users have all left of course.
Fessebouc has a lot of users but a lot of them will soon understand how there are filling their own folder in the CIA files.

There is that escargot MSN revival atempt, but again the users are not there, at least not yet. Well at least it should be easy to tweak aMSN to be able to log onto that, because it works with the MSN messenger 8.5 and it's protocol. Easier than modifying it to work with another protocol, I mean.

Out of the good old IM protocols, only ICQ is still working, never had many contacts on it anyway, and surely it will be closed someday like yahoo.

 on: October 15, 2017, 09:15:05 am 
Started by Adjacent - Last post by Mohamed RACHID
Hello everyone,
I'm feeling very nostalgic right now.

I was a heavy user of Windows Live Messenger services. My favorite clients for it were MSN Messenger 5.0 (for old Windows 4.x and Windows 2000) and Windows Messenger 5.1 (for Windows XP). I gave aMSN a try, unfortunately after webcam support has gone in another world. The interface was a little too heavy to my taste, but I love the world of open-source! I did not like the design of Windows Live Messenger.

One day my account lost its compatibility with Windows Messenger 5.1 and (I think later) with MSN Messenger 7.5 too.
Then I had to move to Skype, I do not know what happened but nowadays I have no contacts on my Skype account that used to be on Windows Live Messenger.

And now, so many years after the change, Skype 7 cannot connect on my Windows 8.1. Skype 6 has been deprecated and does not allow logins anymore. My last resort is the Web interface of Skype, which is poor and does not hold the session forever (and when the session is expired, there is no warning or anything to invite to refresh the page).

The best alternatives I know are Discord and Twitch (aka Curse, which has lost its beautiful web interface). Unfortunately they are too designed for gamers rather than general purpose IM. General purpose IM competitors are gone: Yahoo was one of them.

So yeah, I'm looking for some community, some passion around programming.

If there is any life in there, I really suggest that aMSN takes a turn towards the use of modules for known and custom IM protocols. Why not IRC, XMPP, Facebook, and profile pictures hosted somewhere? With aMSN extensions to some protocols? It's so sad to see a project dead, but with its website still working and begging for life!

See you around!

 on: May 24, 2016, 02:26:52 pm 
Started by Adjacent - Last post by rosine

Oh man, Amsn never die, we now working in fork to reenable using skype and facebook protocol, the fenix is back

Hahaha! I hope so due Amsn nostalgy is very actuate. please inform me when is ready.
(I am NOT a man, just women Haha  Wink

 on: May 18, 2016, 03:20:44 am 
Started by Adjacent - Last post by bigbruno
Oh man, Amsn never die, we now working in fork to reenable using skype and facebook protocol, the fenix is back.

 on: May 18, 2016, 03:16:58 am 
Started by bigbruno - Last post by bigbruno
Thank's for all developers of Amsn, this is amazing messenger for Linux.

For ever and ever.

 on: January 29, 2015, 02:55:46 am 
Started by justincase - Last post by alexandernst
Otro usuario con la cuenta "justincase" quiere contestarte. Pego parte de su respuesta:

si no formateaste tu equipo recientemente, quizás puedas encontrar algo entre los archivos XML que guarda el programa o en los registros de tus conversaciones (si es que tenias esa opción activada). En Windows esas cosas se suelen guardar en "C:Documents and SettingsUsuarioamsn" y en Linux creo que las puedes encontrar por "/home/usuario/amsn"

 on: January 29, 2015, 02:54:20 am 
Started by kakaroto - Last post by alexandernst
I'm sorry, but none of us (aMSN devs) has any free time. We all moved along.
But if you want to write a patch and send it to me, I'll gladly review it and merge it.

 on: January 27, 2015, 06:21:09 pm 
Started by kakaroto - Last post by justincase
We need at least a patch for aMSN like this for the old MSN Messenger:

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