KSalup is an enhanced port of Winpopup for KDE. It also allows the user to send and receive Winpopup messages over a local network (LAN).
KSalup supports two protocols :
Communication with a computer running Winpopup or using the NetBios protocol over TCP, sending and receiving messages through Samba.
Communication with computers on a local subnet, using the Netbios protocol over UDP, compatible with almost all of the current softwares (Kurupop, Pipop, Salup, Windows NT, ...)
Netbios over UDP protocol (Windows NT messenger servive).
Netbios over TCP protocol through Samba (Windows Winpopup).
Netbios names support.
Automatic archiving of incoming and sent messages.
Network browsing (LAN).
Handling of workgroup, host name and aliases.
Tray icon (KDE, Gnome, Windows).
Support for printing.
Online indicator, now compatible with Salup, Kurupop and Pipop.
Support for private user-defined aliases.
Quick user-defined messages.
Support for different character encodings for internationalization (UTF-8, Microsoft codepages, ...).
Possibility of sending messages from the shell command line.
KSalup and Salup specific features :
Support for public aliases.
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