Features in Networking Tools
Refactor the emoticon handling to return *all* emoticons including "alternatives".
Besides being more correct semantically this makes it possible to "export" all emoticons as custom emoticons via e.g. MSN.
(Note that the latter doesn't work all that reliable though, but that is the MSN P2P protocol, at least the underlying code is now able to figure out that something has to be sent in the first place)