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Text Based: Like e-mail, IM is essentially for textual communications over the Internet or other IP network. Multimedia: E-mail protocol enhancements (i.e., the MIME extension to SMTP) support multimedia attachments, including text, graphics, image, video, and audio. VoIP coexists with e-mail and other applications on IP networks. Some IM systems now support multimedia attachments as well. Some systems also support VoIP and even videoconferencing. Temporal: E-mail is a store-and-forward technology designed to support communication in non real time. IM communications, however, take place in near real time, in conversational mode, much like an Internet Relay Chat (IRC). IM therefore requires that both correspondents be online at the same time. Some IM systems now support one-way messaging if the recipient is not online. In this mode, the recipient can access the message at a later time, much like an email communication. Presence: As IM requires that both parties be online, it is essential that some form of presence mechanism be in place to advertise the status (e.g., available or unavailable) of users. As a non-real-time mode of communication, e-mail is insensitive to presence. Standards: Although enterprise-level e-mail application software is proprietary, gateways exist to resolve protocol issues and allow intercommunication between proprietary networks. Also, e-mail is highly standardized at the Internet level through the TCP/IP suite. IM is totally proprietary, although standardization is proposed.
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