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Re: [Linphone-developers] Help needed

From: Shailabh Shubhisham
Subject: Re: [Linphone-developers] Help needed
Date: Wed, 2 Mar 2005 04:25:56 -0800 (PST)

Hi Karahan,

I think you can use gaim. It is also provided with
linux and you can get it for free on net. It can be
used for chat sessions, managing buddies and file
transfers.Sip is only used for Session Initiation. You
can download gaim from
If you have any more problems I will try to answer

--- Karahan <address@hidden> wrote:

> Dear Sir/Madam,
> I am a student and my class project is to implement
> a messenger in c/c++, like Windows Messanger 5.1,
> which will use SIP. 
> I completely got lost in all RFC's. I read RFC3261
> (SIP), RFC3428( SIP extension for instant messaging)
> and bunch of the rest....
> What I didn't understand,  for a messenger I have to
> use SIP for initiating and closing the session , and
> then while messaging and sending some ascii
> or binary files what should I do? Put everything
> under the SIP ptotocol stack or use some other
> protocols? If I have to use some other protocols
> like RTP, SDP,MSRP should SIP header files be
> present up on the other protocol stacks header field
> or SIP is just for initiating this session and then
> I don't have to use sip header fields any more....
> In my project I won't use voice or media transfers
> that means it will just consist of  instant
> messaging, buddy lists(online-offline-blocked) and
> file transfer (binary or ascii).
> If you give me some details I will be obliged...
> Yours Sincerely,
> Karahan>
> Linphone-developers mailing list
> address@hidden

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