AW: [Serusers] MSN ...
jiri at iptel.org
Mon Feb 16 18:11:34 CET 2004
We are happy to delivery whatever looks like SIP with SER.
The problem is however the other end which does not understand
the MS-originated proprietary stuff delivered to it.
So if you wished to establish interconnection between proprietary
MS's IM and standard-compliant IM based on SIMPLE, you would have
to build a session-stateful gateway. Doing so would get you on
very slippery slope and you would have to rewrite it any time
the proprietary extensions change. That's in my opinion not
a good interoperation strategy.
At 12:33 PM 2/16/2004, Harry Behrens wrote:
>what would prevent anyone to just reverse-engineer the MS protocol and
>Can't be too hard, can it?
>Messenger can be seen as a black box with SIP/SDP coming in and out. And
>if you can sniff incoming and outgoing of a black box, you can always
>reverse-engineer it, can't you?
>> -----Ursprüngliche Nachricht-----
>> Von: serusers-bounces at lists.iptel.org
>> [mailto:serusers-bounces at lists.iptel.org] Im Auftrag von Jan Janak
>> Gesendet: Montag, 16. Februar 2004 11:53
>> An: Atle Samuelsen
>> Cc: serusers at lists.iptel.org
>> Betreff: Re: [Serusers] MSN ...
>> I am afraid that this will work properly only if the other
>> side uses MSN messenger as well.
>> On 14-02 02:18, Atle Samuelsen wrote:
>> > Hey guys, just wonderd if anybody has gotten the buddylist
>> in MSN to
>> > work ? so you can see who's online.. I can send messages
>> from the web
>> > to the MSN client.. and it pups up, but I cant get the
>> who's online to
>> > work.
>> > + Atle
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