MicroSIP - lightweight portable SIP softphone

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MicroSIP - lightweight portable SIP softphone

#1 Post by Terrine » Thu Aug 04, 2011 1:35 am

MicroSIP - free portable SIP softphone based on PJSIP stack for Windows OS.

It allowing to do high quality VoIP calls (p2p or on regular telephones) via open SIP protocol. From cloud of SIP providers you can choose best for you, register account and use it with MicroSIP. You'll get free p2p calls and cheap international calls.

Starting with version 1.4.1, settings are saved in microsip.ini.

http://microsip.org.ua/

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#2 Post by webfork » Sat Aug 06, 2011 2:49 pm

GPL v2 license. Despite the URL, this looks like a Google Code site.
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#3 Post by tproli » Sat Aug 06, 2011 11:36 pm

I got

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HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\MicroSIP\(Default)
Plus program won't start [Error executing program! (5)]

Dependency Walker says msjava.dll is missing... but installing java didn't solved it (XP SP2). Doesn't looks like a java app though.

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#4 Post by hecuwert » Mon Aug 08, 2011 9:26 am

tproli wrote:I got

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HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\MicroSIP\(Default)
Plus program won't start [Error executing program! (5)]

Dependency Walker says msjava.dll is missing... but installing java didn't solved it (XP SP2). Doesn't looks like a java app though.
All program settings stored in INI file.
Where you found this msjava.dll java in dependencies?

It work in Win XP and Win 7 for me, no errors.

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#5 Post by tproli » Tue Aug 09, 2011 1:54 am

On XP SP3 I could launch it and there were no registry modifications. I got the msjava.dll on SP2 with Dependency Walker.

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#6 Post by JohnTHaller » Tue Aug 09, 2011 5:38 am

tproli wrote:On XP SP3 I could launch it and there were no registry modifications. I got the msjava.dll on SP2 with Dependency Walker.
As support for Windows XP SP2 ended last year, as long as it works on XP SP3 without Java and no one else encounters that error on XP SP3 or later, I think we can ignore that bug.
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#7 Post by Terrine » Wed Aug 10, 2011 11:43 am

Update: Version 1.4.2

- Fixed contact list scrolling
- Fixed Windows 7 problems

http://microsip.org.ua/downloads

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#8 Post by Terrine » Tue Aug 16, 2011 2:56 am

Update: Version 1.4.3

1. Customizable sound
2. "Auto-answer" feature
3. Conversation info in window title
4. Removed dependency on Microsoft Visual C++ Redistributable Package

http://microsip.org.ua/downloads

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#9 Post by Terrine » Wed Aug 31, 2011 9:55 pm

Update: Version 1.5.0

Updated PJSIP stack, instant messaging, many improvements

http://microsip.org.ua/downloads

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#10 Post by webfork » Mon Oct 24, 2011 11:34 am

So I tried to update the description a little bit. This may seem like nitpicking but I'm really interested in using this program in addition to updating the info.

1. I changed the p2p bit to "person to person" as p2p usually means peer-to-peer, which is serverless. This program seems to require a server. Am I wrong about that?

2. Does it require an account with a (non-free) SIP Provider?

3. Does anyone know if the program uses SSL with the server or with the recipient? The latter obviously would be more secure.

Edit: I changed "person to person" to just "other SIP phones".
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Re: MicroSIP - lightweight portable SIP softphone

#11 Post by hecuwert » Wed Dec 07, 2011 5:38 am

webfork wrote:So I tried to update the description a little bit. This may seem like nitpicking but I'm really interested in using this program in addition to updating the info.

1. I changed the p2p bit to "person to person" as p2p usually means peer-to-peer, which is serverless. This program seems to require a server. Am I wrong about that?

2. Does it require an account with a (non-free) SIP Provider?

3. Does anyone know if the program uses SSL with the server or with the recipient? The latter obviously would be more secure.

Edit: I changed "person to person" to just "other SIP phones".
1. Microsip can work with and without server. In most cases users uses SIP server - it's comfortably.
2. It works with any provider. Just enter account settings.
3. Program uses SSL (TLS, SRTP).
In account settings "Transport" TLS mean secure connection with server.
"Media encryption" - mean secure voice transfer between SIP phones.

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#12 Post by webfork » Wed Dec 07, 2011 11:38 am

hecuwert wrote:
webfork wrote:1. I changed the p2p bit to "person to person" as p2p usually means peer-to-peer, which is serverless. This program seems to require a server. Am I wrong about that?
2. Does it require an account with a (non-free) SIP Provider?
3. Does anyone know if the program uses SSL with the server or with the recipient? The latter obviously would be more secure.
1. Microsip can work with and without server. In most cases users uses SIP server - it's comfortably.
2. It works with any provider. Just enter account settings.
3. Program uses SSL (TLS, SRTP).
In account settings "Transport" TLS mean secure connection with server.
"Media encryption" - mean secure voice transfer between SIP phones.
Excellent -- thanks. Updating description.
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