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Using MSN messenger with other SIP proxy!

 
 
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      7th Jan 2004
Hi,
I am currently working in a university on the SIP protocol. MSN XP version does support this protocol and I would like to know how I could re-use my MSN messenger (client) with a SIP proxy, that I have build, and which is Microsoft XP Based? How can I change the default MSN server address onto my SIP proxy address?
Moreover, due to my research, I may have to get closer to Microsoft guys. What is the best point of entry to build a partnership?

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Stephane
 
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