Emesene 1.5 Windows Messenger Client with Webcam Support

Aug 24, 2009

Emesene is a Linux client for communicating over Windows Live Messenger. The current version brings first-time webcam support.

Apart from webcam support, the new EmeseneEmesene version code-named "Awesome" is compatible with the latest Windows Live Messenger and supports @msn accounts. Other enhancements include new plugin sets, support for HTTP connections (also via proxy), countless new translations and a few improvements to the graphical interface and address book.

Version 1.5 is ready for download on the project page. Complete packages are available for Debian and Mandriva.

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