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AOL AIM Toc Client for Instant Messaging

Submitted on: 1/1/2015 1:24:00 AM
By: Waraey A. Hackyr (from psc cd)  
Level: Advanced
User Rating: By 8 Users
Compatibility: C#
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     This is a client that is used to connect to the TOC instant messenge servers that aol's quickbuddy uses. This doesnt use the oscar protocol that the windows program uses, but a more simpler version of it. That means, it will only have chat and IM capabilities. This is a very rough instant message client designed to show how to roast the password in c#, and make a succesful login with the server, as well as send and recieve messages. The only errors in the code, is if u recieve 3 messages from the server in one packet during login, it will fail, however just reload the program and try again. Also make sure that u find where in the code it says "toc_add_permit" u be suer and add the name of a buddy u want to talk to after that. Right now only users u permit can message u, but i am looking to find a way around this. Please be sure to give me some credit if you make your own c# aim client as i was the first in c#. Also i have included protocol.txt which should help anyone wanting to compltete this program.

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