Adium is an instant messaging client for Mac OS X that supports multiple protocols through the libgaim library. It is written using OS X's Cocoa API, and it is released under the open source GNU General Public License. Adium was originally created by a college student named Adam Iser, and the first version, 1.0, was released in September 2001. ...more on Wikipedia about "Adium"
Bombus is an open source instant messaging client for the Jabber/ XMPP protocol. It is written in Java, and runs on J2ME/ MIDP capable cellular phones. ...more on Wikipedia about "Bombus (software)"
Centericq is a text mode menu- and window-driven IM interface that supports the ICQ, Yahoo!, AIM, MSN, IRC, and Jabber protocols. It allows you to send, receive, and forward messages, URLs, SMSes (both through the ICQ server and email gateways supported by Mirabilis), contacts, and email express messages, and it has many other useful features. Known to work in Linux, FreeBSD, NetBSD, OpenBSD, Solaris, Windows and Mac OS X/Darwin Operating Systems. ...more on Wikipedia about "Centericq"
Exodus is an open source instant messenging (IM) client developed by Peter Millard and written in Borland Delphi that can connect to Jabber servers and exchange messages with other Jabber users. Currently, binaries are only available for Microsoft Windows. Exodus was designed as the official successor of the Winjab client, as Winjab was a personal project that was becoming too difficult to maintain. ...more on Wikipedia about "Exodus (instant messenger)"
Fire is the first instant messenger client for Mac OS X (previously for OPENSTEP), that can access IRC, Jabber, AIM, ICQ, MSN, Yahoo! Messenger, and Bonjour. All services are built off of GPL’d libraries, including firetalk, libfaim, libicq2000, libmsn, jabber, and libyahoo2. ...more on Wikipedia about "Fire (instant messenger)"
Gabber is a free software and open-source GNOME client for an instant messaging network called Jabber. Development seems to have stopped as of June 2004, though there is no formal announcement. ...more on Wikipedia about "Gabber (software)"
Gaim is a multi-platform instant messenger that supports many commonly used instant messaging systems including: ...more on Wikipedia about "Gaim"
Gajim is a libre software instant messaging client for the Jabber ( XMPP) protocol which uses the GTK+ toolkit. It runs on Linux, BSD and Windows. ...more on Wikipedia about "Gajim"
Gizmo Project is the name of a peer-to-peer VoIP network and of a proprietary freeware soft phone for that network. ...more on Wikipedia about "Gizmo Project"
Google Talk is a service offered by Google for Voice over IP and instant messaging. Google Talk beta was released on August 24, 2005 and consists of both a service and a client used to connect to the service. Unlike some other instant messaging services, Google Talk uses an open protocol, XMPP, for the IM part, and it encourages the use of clients other than their own in connecting to the Google Talk service. ...more on Wikipedia about "Google Talk"
iChat is an AOL Instant Messenger (AIM) and Jabber client for Mac OS X. Using a Jabber-like protocol and Bonjour for user discovery, it also allows for LAN communication. iChat's AIM support is fully endorsed by AOL, and uses their official implementation of the AIM OSCAR protocol. ...more on Wikipedia about "IChat"
JAJC is Jabber client for MS Windows written in Delphi by Mikel Ivanow. ...more on Wikipedia about "JAJC"
Kopete is a multi-protocol instant messenger, supporting Jabber, ICQ, AIM, Gadu-Gadu, GroupWise, IRC, .NET Messenger Service, SMS, and Yahoo! Messenger. Although it can run in numerous environments, it was designed for and integrates with the KDE desktop environment. According to the Kopete FAQ , the name Kopete comes from the Chilean word Copete, a word to refer to alcoholic drinks . ...more on Wikipedia about "Kopete"
The following is a list of instant messaging clients which utilize the Jabber protocol. ...more on Wikipedia about "List of Jabber clients"
Mercury Messenger (previously dMSN, but changed on request of Microsoft) is an instant messaging programme written in Java for Linux, Windows, Mac OS X and FreeBSD. It connects to the MSN Messenger and Jabber protocols. ...more on Wikipedia about "Mercury Messenger"
Miranda Instant Messenger is a minimalistic, free open source ( GNU GPL) multiprotocol instant messaging application for Microsoft Windows. ...more on Wikipedia about "Miranda IM"
Pandion XMPP/Jabber client, developed by Dries Staelens and Sebastiaan Deckers. ...more on Wikipedia about "Pandion (software)"
Proteus is an instant messenger client for Mac OS X that can access the Jabber, AIM, .Mac, ICQ, MSN, Lotus Sametime, Yahoo! Messenger and Yahoo! Japan networks, as well as supporting chat over local Bonjour networks. ...more on Wikipedia about "Proteus (instant messenger)"
Psi is a GPLed instant messaging client for the Jabber ( XMPP) protocol which uses the Qt toolkit. It runs on Linux, Microsoft Windows, and Mac OS X. Ready-to-install RPM and deb packages are available for many Linux distributions. Successful ports of Psi were reported for FreeBSD and Sun Solaris operating systems. Due to Psi's free/open-source nature, several private (unofficial) builds have appeared, which usually contain features that will appear in future official Psi versions. ...more on Wikipedia about "Psi (instant messenger)"
Simple Instant Messenger (SIM) is an open source multiprotocol instant messaging client available for Linux, Windows and Mac OS X. SIM-ICQ was discontinued the last time, because the founder, Alexey Shutoff, a Russian programmer, has left the project. But some time later a new group for the development of the client was formed. ...more on Wikipedia about "Simple Instant Messenger"
Tkabber is an open source client for the Jabber/ XMPP instant messaging protocol. It is written in Tcl/Tk, and runs on a range of platforms, including Linux, BSD, Solaris and Windows. Alexey Shchepin started the project in 2002 and still remains the maintainer of it. ...more on Wikipedia about "Tkabber"
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Trillian is a multiprotocol instant messaging application for Windows created by Cerulean Studios that can connect to multiple IM programs from one client, such as AIM, ICQ, MSN Messenger, Yahoo! Messenger, IRC, Novell GroupWise Messenger, Bonjour, and Jabber and Skype networks (the later four with Trillian Pro which allows for additonal plugins). ...more on Wikipedia about "Trillian (instant messenger)"
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