[icq-devel] weird as hell, no more 450 bytes limitation?
rad2k at mail.ru
Wed Dec 25 23:46:44 CET 2002
Done a few more tests. I guess this has to do with the default rates or something :
You send a message >= 2548 bytes long and the receiver gets a 0x0A (Aol Warning)
(Which actually means you received a message from UIN x that was too long).
You send a message < 2548 and its accepted.
, only <= 2547 bytes long messages are accepted in type A now.
2547, weird huh :).
But great, what else did you want to get for xmass?!.
take care you all
On Wed, 25 Dec 2002 19:04:46 -0300
rad2k <rad2k at mail.ru> wrote:
> Type 1 messages are no longer limited to 450 bytes.
> went to go.icq.com and used their webinterfaces and realised it allowed more
> than 450 bytes, so i went like great they are using type 2 messages, the newer ones.
> and No, i was getting type 1 messages!.
> So i started sending from my client longer messages (> 450) and the server was ok with it.
> i am being able to send longer type 1 messages at least -right now-. I guess this is a
> new policy.
> I dont know yet how limited they are, anyone who wants to test is welcome ill keep on testing.
> Merry xmass! and happy new year.
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