for Windows

Built in C# and can be used by all languages the .NET environment supports.

  • Total Downloads
  • Downloads Last Week
  • User Rating
  • My Rating

IM .NET SDK Description

IM SDK For .NET Framework/.NET Compact Framework provide connectivity with the MSN Messenger service. The library is built in C# and can therefore be used by all languages the .NET environment supports. Because of a clean natural Object-Oriented approach the library is easy to use and implement. It is designed to be a flexible, robust and lightweight enhancement to any application. Applications of IM SDK For .NET Framework/.NET Compact Framework vary from creating messaging robots to creating custom clients. If your application needs to communicate through the messenger service, IM SDK For .NET Framework/.NET Compact Framework is your best tool.
Send and receive instant messages(Unicode supported) to and from other public IM client via IM Server
hange IM account status
Change IM account nickname
Add and remove other client from contact, Allow and block lists
List,add,remove and modify group
Messenger IM Control & Presence supported
Send and Receive avatar images
Send and Receive file
Send and Receive Shake message
Personal message supported.

[MSN] Upgrade MSN protocol to MSNP18.
[MSN] Signing in from multiple places (mpop) is supported.
[Yahoo] Upgrade Yahoo protocol to YMSG16.
[ALL] Fixed some minor bugs

IM .NET SDK Screenshots

Screenshots are not available currently.

What's New in IM .NET SDK 5.0

Release notes are not available currently.

IM .NET SDK Requirements

Operating Systems:

Windows XP, 2000, 98

System Requirements:

No additional system requirements.

Quick Specifications

See Full Specifications

Essential Downloads in ASP & ASP.NET

  • e3 Real Estate Website 98
    The e3 Real Estate application is a software solution for showcasing listings
  • GFLAx
    Provide support for various image formats in your development projects.
  • Activedit
    ActivEdit is a Browser Based HTML editor for web-based Managemen developers.
See More