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MSN messenger in Ubuntu

If you just switched over from Windows to Ubuntu you are probably and missing your favourite MSN Messenger there, because Microsoft hasn’t introduced a MSN Messenger for Ubuntu but there is clones available.

aMSN is a free open source MSN Messenger clone, which give you a feel of MSN messenger in your Ubuntu Linux PC.

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aMSN is a free open source MSN Messenger clone, with features such as:

aMSN Features:

* Offline Messaging
* Voice Clips
* Display pictures
* Custom emoticons
* Multi-language support (around 40 languages currently supported)
* Webcam support
* Sign in to more than one account at once
* Full-speed File transfers
* Group support
* Normal, and animated emoticons with sounds
* Chat logs
* Timestamping
* Event alarms
* Conferencing support
* Tabbed chat windows

Another  clone is emesene, It is a simple yet powerful application.

Emesene features:

* Clean and easy to use GUI
* Tabbed chat
* Custom emoticons
* File transfers
* Offline messaging
* Personal messages
* Nudges
* Multilingual GUI
* Customization
o Themes
o Smileys
o Sounds
o Conversation format
* Plugins
* MSN Plus!
* Chat logging

An other good client is Pidgin.

Pidgin is an easy to use and free chat client used by millions. Connect to AIM, MSN, Yahoo, and more chat networks all at once.

Supported chat networks:

  • AIM
  • Bonjour
  • Gadu-Gadu
  • Google Talk
  • Groupwise
  • ICQ
  • IRC
  • MSN
  • MySpaceIM
  • QQ
  • SILC
  • Sametime
  • XMPP
  • Yahoo!
  • Zephyr



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