Monthly Archives: April 2007


Gaim Plug-in SIPE 1.1 released

Gaim Plug-in SIPE (Sip Exchange Protocol)

I released a new version 1.1 for the plug Gaim SIPE.

It can do this:

  • Send messages (text/plain) to other users
  • Receive messages from other users, but just when my client contact first
  • Many bugs were fixed

Please download it: (gaim-sip-1.1.tar.gz) and you try to prove it.

Remember, you need a LCS (Live Communication Server) and one account (the LCS administrator should give you), my plugin doesn”t create account, just connect to the server. Another thing is the Connect Port: you need to set the port for connect to 5060

For more information check here


Gaim Plug-in SIPE (Sip Exchange Protocol)

Gaim Plug-in SIPE (Sip Exchange Protocol) for LCS released

Gaim is a multiprotocol instant messanger for Linux (and other plataforms). SIP is another popular protocol used for VoIP, and it also has an IM (Instant Messenger) analog in the form of SIP/SIMPLE. SIP/SIMPLE is an open protocol with a documented specification. Because the Live Communication Server (LCS) has support very similar the Sip/Simple protocol, implemented by Thomas Butter. But the SIP implementation by MSN has non standard especifications classical for a MSN product. I (with the help from Thomas) added that support. I did a plug-in called SIPE (SIP Exchange). My plugin today is functional and works for Gaim-2beta5 (or newer).

Please check it