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[nycphp-talk] Instant Messenger alerts through php script

Cristian Baltatescu cbaltatescu at greenvision.ro
Fri Nov 14 13:52:19 EST 2008


On Fri, Nov 14, 2008 at 7:38 PM, Fernando Gabrieli <fgabrieli at gmail.com>wrote:

> seban,
>
> i know there is a Yahoo! Address Book API released by Yahoo itself which
> allows you to perform about 5,000 queries / day (i am not sure if this is
> for each API key or not, it is a big difference)
>
> i know that hypothetic.org (which seems not to be online right now) has
> information about the MSN protocol and some links to bots / resources (this
> will help if that protocol is up to date)
>
> you can also take a look at this one: http://www.blobsy.org/Main/DOWNLOAD(i am not sure how advanced is the development but the last time i tried it,
> i could connect and add a module to it)
>
> you should take into consideration to use cURL for this kind of
> implementation but it seems like you need something more like a bot instead
> of the mailing apis
>
> best regards
> fernando
>
>
> On Fri, Nov 14, 2008 at 2:17 PM, Seban Jose <smartfellow04 at yahoo.com>wrote:
>
>>  Hi Team,
>>
>> I am on the search to find a package or php script which helps me to
>> create a Instant Messenger  alert facility on my website. By using this, I
>> want to check the status of a User (Yahoo, GoogleTalk, MSN, Skype, AOL) and
>> send message if the user is online. And I wish to do all this from my php
>> script.
>>
>> Thank You.
>>
>> ------------------------------
>> Add more friends to your messenger and enjoy! Invite them now.<http://in.rd.yahoo.com/tagline_messenger_6/*http://messenger.yahoo.com/invite/>
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There is also the posibility of using a jabber gateway, as their api's are
open but you would need a free gateway that allows you to connect, you
SHOULD find lists of gateways and what netwrks they support. So look up
jabber/XMPP if you never heard of it before. I know i used a few years ago
and i managed to get it working for icq and msn, at that time.

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Cristian Baltatescu
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