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Old 10-18-2004, 03:50 PM   #1
NoobieDoobieDo
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The IM hurdle for no-IM settings.


Hi,

I'm wanting to develope a tool-set, etc to do the following :

1. Transmit new IMs to a website (via FTP) or to a SMTP server

2. "Capture" and send my responses, perhaps from an email or an input box on a web page.



The first part I don't think will be too hard. I've scripted before so I think this is very doable since all my IMs are logged.

However the second part I'm not so sure about. It seems feasible but since I have no linux programming experience I wanted to run this by the minds out there.

Perhaps there is a program to do this already, I'm in an environment where "they" don't want me using IM, which I can completely understand.

So in effect, I'm wanting to create _any_ kind of 'standard' middle buffer to handle IM's.

Thoughts ?
 
  


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