An Open Source Live/MSN instant messenger client for KDE and Linux operating systems
KMess is an open source graphical software written in C++ and specifically designed to be used under the KDE SC desktop environment as an instant messenger client for Microsoft’s Live and MSN chat protocols.

With an easy-to-use and attractive user interface, KMess is an MSN/Live chat client that integrates well with the KDE desktop environment and it’s compatible with both Linux and FreeBSD operating systems.

KMess has a lot of interesting and attractive features, such as support for emoticons, file transfers, picture transfers, support for multiple profiles, contact list, internationalization support, invisible status support, reordering of contacts and groups, as well as support for GnomeMeetingGnomeMeeting and NetMeetingGnomeMeeting invitations.

last updated on:
December 27th, 2013, 8:51 GMT
developed by:
KMess Team
license type:
GPL (GNU General Public License) 
ROOT \ Communications \ Chat


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What's New in version 2.0.6
  • Added tabs to the Contact Added User dialog.
  • Added a fading effect when switching between the initial view and the contact list.
  • Fixed login issues due to changes in the MSN protocol.
  • Fixed possible crashes with the Contact Added User dialog.
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