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Gaim's support for the MSN protocol is nothing compared to AMSN's.
Kinda true to an extent, BUT the later version has had heaps done for the MSN support, with file transfer supported ( and working perfectly on my comp, without any pinholing even of my router ), and the little picture thingies for others even showing. Yes, you cant set your own images, but can AMSN do that? I am not sure if it can, but ti could b wron. I used AMSN a while ago but didnt really liek the UI too much, anyway, AMSN is a good program, but the plugins and features with GAIM and the many different protocols, as well as its sound capabilities with MSN ( as far as i have had experience with it, and i have used for about 3 years off and on )means it gets it my vote.
i voted for aMSN cos it gives a better feell of msn where most of my contacts are. gaim is really good but it doesn't since i have all my friends on yahoo messenger and msn messenger, i prefer to use aMSN and Yahoo messenger seperately.