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PyMSN-IM is a Jabber transport to MSN instant messaging network.

PyMSN-IM is a fork from James Bunton's PyMSNt. The purpose of this fork is to continue the active development of his work.

Project just started, and main difference from original PyMSNt is support for recent changes in MSN protocol.

If you are jabber server administrator with PyMSNt installed and got report Error in line: VER 1 MSNP11 (Invalid version response) then you have two solutions:

Patch PyMSNt manually check this thread Or use PyMSN-IM

You can submit feature requests and bug reports to the Py-transports mailing list

Feel free to enter to our room at: pymsn-im@muc.ejabberd.im

Stay tunned for more news :D

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jabber msn pymsn pymsnt transport xmpp

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