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123 Flash Chat Server is a chat server with a Flash-based client.123 Flash Chat can fully integrate with the user databases of Postnuke, phpbb, phpnuke, vbulletin, Invision board, and MaxWebPortal, etc.Features:High reliability, scalability and high load...

123 Flash Chat Server is a commercial, cross-platform and graphical software written in the Java programming language and designed as a full-featured chat server for high-load websites.123 Flash Chat Server is flexible, supports over 5,000 connections per...

Ace Operator

Ace Operator 2.1.0

Ace Operator offers a simple and inexpensive way to connect online customers with live operators who can answer questions about products and provide sales support, technical support and training.Ace Operator project is a customer contact solution for...

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Akeni LAN Messenger client is an IM system designed for your LAN. It is easy to setup and does not requires a dedicated server or Internet connection. The rich client support chat, notification, conferencing, and file transfer.For those who also need...

Aleph

Aleph 4.0

Aleph is a simple IRC bot library.Aims:* Should work in the same way when used as part of a bot and as part of a client* Connect to multiple servers and only process on receiving information or user...

aMSN

aMSN 0.98.9

aMSN (Alvaro's Messenger or Another MSN messenger) is an open source application based on the Compu's Messenger (CCMSN) software and engineered from the ground up to be a clone of the official MSN Messenger client created by Microsoft for its...

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autoblock.so

autoblock.so 0.2 pre2

This is a Gaim plugin that automatically blocks nicknames or messages based on regular expression matches. Right now it only works with yahoo since those are the only chat rooms I visit using gaim.Installation:To install, copy autoblock.c and autoblock.h...

B-Chat

B-Chat 0.13

B-Chat is a small application which allows you to chat on Battle.net.It has no fancy GUI interface (yet :-), but I have plans for making it Gnome compliant. However, at the moment it works pretty much like the regular UNIX telnet client, with the lines...