Yahoo! Messenger is a free messaging service that allows you to communicate instantly with friends, family, colleagues, and others. Find out when your friends are online and send them instant messages. Messenger alerts you instantly when you have new mail in your Yahoo! Mail. Yahoo! Messenger imports your contact lists across operating systems, allows you transfer files, see typing notifications, and much more.
Release Notes: The last release of Yahoo! Messenger based on the GTK1.2 codebase, this is mainly a bugfix release with a lot of stability, rendering, and speed fixes. It adds some enhancements and features such as an Addressbook tab, tab-aware URLs, active identities, and many archiving enhancements. More details and information are available via the publicly-accessible Yahoo! group, which provides a mechanism to interact with the Unix client developers.
Release Notes: The HTML rendering engine was updated from GTKHtml 0.8.0 to GTKHtml 1.0.2, which resolved many font issues and severe memory leaks. Assorted bugfixes and changes were made to increase stability, and some features were added to the GUI, along with other assorted changes to the client. Issues with the Solaris client are fixed, and Mandrake is now officially supported.
Release Notes: This release has a fast, safe login, GUI changes, contact info, content, typing notifications, and performance improvements . It supports Solaris, FreeBSD, and Linux with one release.
Release Notes: Initial public release.