JClaim is an instant message client, tools, and development framework. It supports AIM, ICQ, Yahoo!, MSN, Jabber, Google Talk, and SMS. The framework can be used for designing your own tools. The UI includes spell checking and a lot more. A Web interface is included for remote access.
Twisted Words provides implementations of a handful of IM protocols, including IRC, MSNP8, OSCAR, TOC, and Jabber. It also comes with a multi-protocol server built around a few simple interfaces, the goal of which is to facilitate implementations of novel servers, clients, and bots. Out of the box, it comes with server that accepts connections over IRC and PB and seeks out installed third-party plugins to support other interfaces (for example, a Nevow LivePage-based Web interface).
licqweb is a Web frontend for licq. It interfaces with the Remote Management Service plugin and uses AJAX to provide real-time communication. It is useful for people who use IMs from multiple locations and want a 'centralised' application that means no more logging off and on, consolidates chat history to the one location, and prevents problems where messages are missed because another IM client received them.
Claros inTouch is an AJAX Web mail, instant messenger, address book, and note taker application. The main features are drag and drop support, background attachment uploading, built-in Bayesian spam protection that can identify junk mail on the fly, folder support for the POP3 protocol, compatibility with any POP3/IMAP and SMTP server, operating system independence, support for sending HTML email, and full MIME compatibility. It also features a unique AJAX instant messenger that is capable of talking with a Jabber server.