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'ayttm' is designed to become a Universal Instant Messaging client which will integrate all existing IM clients and provide a single consistent user interface. Currently, 'ayttm' supports sending and receiving messages in AIM, ICQ, Yahoo! Messenger, MSN, and Jabber. It also has file transfer between 'ayttm' users, and between users of 'ayttm' and users of the official MSN and Yahoo! clients. The project was formerly know as 'EveryBuddy.'


User FAQ available in HTML format from; User manual available in HTML format from


Download version 0.5.0-82 (beta)
released on 17 February 2009

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Leaders and contributors

Ben Reser Contributor
Yann Marigo Contributor
Colin Leroy Maintainer

Resources and communication

Audience Resource type URI
Bug Tracking VCS Repository Webview
Bug Tracking,Support Mailing List Info/Archive
Developer VCS Repository Webview

Software prerequisites

Kind Description
Weak prerequisite Esd
Required to build automake
Weak prerequisite Arts
Required to build Glib 1.2
Weak prerequisite Pspell
Required to build gettext
Weak prerequisite Jasper
Required to build Gtk 1.2
Weak prerequisite Gpgme
Required to build autoconf

This entry (in part or in whole) was last reviewed on 29 July 2005.


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