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KDE Telepathy is integrated into KDE Plasma 5 desktop environment although it has not been promoted as mature feature. Currently in Plasma 5 desktop environment on openSUSE Tumbleweed, instant messaging user interface is not default activated. But account settings are provided through Online Accounts in System Settings.
Supported account types/protocols include (not all of them are currently working though):
- Google (Hangouts)
- IBM Sametime
- KDE Talk
- Office 365/Lync
- Office 365/Lync (via libpurple)
- Yahoo! Messenger
Based on different protocols, it features in:
- Multi-protocol support
- File transfers, voice and video calling support
- Automatic away and extended away presence
- Themed conversation
- Private and Group chat
- Spell checking and smileys
- Conversation logging support
To use KDE Telepathy as an instant messaging client, several additional packages need to be installed.
# zypper install telepathy-kde
Help and assistance
Please refer to KDE Telepathy UserBase for basic usage, such as adding account, adding contact, etc.