Invisionix Systems' portable Instant Messenger (IRSIM) uses PHP and mySQL. This Open Source program interacts with ICQ, MSN, AIM, Yahoo and Jabber IMs. It features database message buffers, login, a contact list, and message input/output windows. In early April, 2004, Invisionix Systems announced the pre-alpha release of a portable Instant Messenger (IRSIM), which boasts to be the only one of its kind using PHP, Javascript, and mySQL. This Open Source program interacts with ICQ, MSN, AIM, Yahoo and Jabber IMs. It features mySQL DB message buffering, multiple user logins, user registration, IM contact list, and message input/output windows. It can run on any host system such as Unix, Windows, or Mac, which run PHP and mySQL. On the client side, it runs on various web browsers available for various types of systems -- Mainframe, minis, desktops, laptops, and PDAs. Ilon Dalon, the creator of the IRSIM stated:" ... Ultimately the IRSIM will rival the features of light IM programs such as ICQ2GO, AIM Express, and Odigo Express." Sam Rabinowitz the manager of this new project said: "We are very excited by this revolutionary product and anticipate tremendous interest in continuing its development on the Open Source arena." The project can be found on Foreign language support has been modularized within this program. Currently English (US), and Hebrew are supported. Project guru Ilon Dalon said: " ... IRSIM was spun-off from the Invisionix Roaming System Metasystem... it became apparent that this module can also be used as a standalone program by the large number of Instant Messenger users throughout the world." The Invisionix Roaming Metasystem is due to be released on in its pre-alpha form shortly. For further information you may contact Dr. Sam Rabinowitz at:
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Operating System Windows NT Windows 98 Windows XP Windows
System Requirements<li>Windows 98/NT/XP<li>Unix, Linux, Mac, Others. <li>Web browser <li>Host system or your pc running: PHP and MySQL


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