Welcome to Sim-IM
Sim-IM is a multiple protocol instant messenger for MS Windows, GNU/Linux, FreeBSD.
Sim-IM supports Jabber/XMPP, Google Talk, ICQ and AIM (Oscar), Yahoo! Messenger and Microsoft Messenger (MSN)
Sim-IM is a free software, licensed under the GNU General Public License (GPL).
Sim-IM is based on the Qt library, and can be built with KDE-support option. Extension:RSS -- Error: "http://developer.berlios.de/export/rss_bsnews.php?group_id=4482" is not in the whitelist of allowed feeds. There are no allowed feed URLs in the whitelist.
All protocols support rich-text messages, file transfer, typing notification, server-side contact list (with postponed synchronization - you can change contact list in off-line mode and after log on all changes will be synchronized with server), registration of new accounts, various searches and HTTP-polling.
You can use multiple accounts for each protocol.
about - shows product informations
action - launch external programm on events (receiving message, change contact status) and from contact menu
autoaway - automatic change status (Away, N/A, Offline) after some idle time
background - user defined background for contact list
dock - dock support
filter - filter for receiving messages and users
floaty - floating windows for contacts
forward - forward messages to mobile phone
gpg - adds GnuPG encryption/decryption support for messages
icons - support JISP icon themes and smiles
logger - support output log
Migrate (__migrate) Converts the old SIM 0.8.3-settings to the new 0.9.x format
navigate - hyperlink support
netmonitor - network monitor
ontop - support of various windows attributes (always, no show in taskbar)
osd - on-screen notification
proxy - proxy-support (HTTP(S), SOCKS4, SOCKS5)
replace - substitute prefered character sequences on input
remote - remote control
shortcuts - customize "shortcuts" for all commands
spell - spell check
sound - sound notification
transparent - support transparency
update - notification about new versions
weather - periodically get weather data from weather.com and dispaly it
windock - (only for windows) dock contact list