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KXicq2

KXicq2 is the KDE2 ICQ client. KXicq2 supports all basic ICQ protocol v7 functions, like sending and retrieving of messages and URLs, and removing, renaming, and authorizing users. It can dock in the KDE panel and can act as a WindowMaker dock.app.

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  •  05 Jan 2002 20:56

    Release Notes: This is the first stable release of KXicq2 sinds it switched from the old ICQ protocol to the new ICQ 2000 protocol. It has been very stable now and has lots of new features like, fully SMS send and receive, group support in the contact list, lots of GUI updates, support for changing your own info, non-ICQ contacts support, and much more.

    •  09 Dec 2001 15:36

      Release Notes: This is a fully working version of KXicq2. The most-used features like messaging, URL sending, contact exchange, and information reception are fully working. It supports colored messages, floating contacts, and visible and invisible lists. It has full support for the ICQ authorization features, which also can be turned off. Last but not least, it is much more stable than the last beta.

      •  25 Nov 2001 16:10

        Release Notes: This release of KXicq2 features support for the ICQ v7 protocol, which is used by ICQ2000a/b and ICQ2001. It is fully based on TCP instead of UDP. Almost all planned features of KXicq2 are complete in this release; only file-transfer is not working yet.

        •  04 Mar 2001 21:31

          Release Notes: KXicq2 is the KDE2 version of KXicq. Lots of features were added, file transfer is working between KXicq2 and ICQ 2000a/b, an ability to drag and drop files, and a lot more.

          •  20 Feb 2000 23:07

            Release Notes: Many new features such as a Skin system and icon packs. Many bugfixes were made as well.

            Recent comments

            29 Apr 2002 07:25 gazigi

            Re: Best Linux based ICQ

            > The best ever Linux based ICQ.
            >
            > The server side contact list has the
            > best support as it sorts it out into the
            > groups I have sorted the names into
            > (after fiddling around with it to get it
            > to work). That's the reason why I got
            > it.
            >
            > Pity that it doesn't have full support
            > for gnome because I always have to open
            > it up as a swallowed app.
            >
            > One of the minor bugs which gets on my
            > nerves sometimes is when I have to click
            > menu just to choose my status, while
            > when I click the button showing my
            > status, it shows the SMS history.

            Now that I have reinstalled Linux, when I opened the src RPM file, it says everything is installed. What does that mean?

            26 Apr 2002 07:43 gazigi

            Best Linux based ICQ
            The best ever Linux based ICQ.

            The server side contact list has the best support as it sorts it out into the groups I have sorted the names into (after fiddling around with it to get it to work). That's the reason why I got it.

            Pity that it doesn't have full support for gnome because I always have to open it up as a swallowed app.

            One of the minor bugs which gets on my nerves sometimes is when I have to click menu just to choose my status, while when I click the button showing my status, it shows the SMS history.

            10 Feb 2002 15:11 Aquitaine

            Under rated
            This is by far the best ICQ Clone available out here. It is a shame to see people use other things. Just need to get a few more features integrated and you're done !

            The UI is really nice, half my messages just didn't go through licq, this is such a heaven sent. My kudos to the author...

            15 Nov 2001 17:34 SlotCar1

            won't
            won't compile on Slackware8 Kde2.1.2

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