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Thread: Microsoft Office Communicator through java

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    Default Microsoft Office Communicator through java

    I need to access microsoft communicator through java like sign in,change status, add contact ... etc
    Can any one please help me regarding this?
    I didnt have any idea about how to access it...
    Whether it is possible using java????
    Thanks in advance...


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    Default Re: Microsoft Office Communicator through java

    If you're trying to make a client for a chat network, then you're pretty much doomed. It's possible for Java. (Java is not your problem) Your problem is learning the servers protocols. If you can't find it's protocols, then you can attempt to find it out with reverse engineering. The second method will take a long time, and most likely wont be very accurate.

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