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I currently have two SIP accounts, so Counterpath's XLite won't do, as it only handles one. They have a commercial version (Bria, eyeBeam : Not sure of the difference).

Before I buy either Bria or eyeBeam, I'd like to check if this is the only good SIP client for Windows that can handle more than one SIP account at a time, or if there are other options I should know about.

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Ekiga (multi-platform) supports multiple SIP accounts as well as audio, video, etc.

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I'm not sure, but I think Gizmo can handle multiple SIP accounts.

I know Fring does multiple SIP accounts, but that's only on your mobile though.

Otherwise, here's a comprehensive list of SIP software.

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Thanks for the links. It looks like Gizmo is primarily meant to be used for their commercial SIP offer, but maybe it can be used as a free SIP client. – OverTheRainbow Aug 21 '09 at 15:07

3CX Phone is good SIP client which can handle several accounts.

Edit: Phonebook sucks - no search, no saving dialed numbers, ... :(

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Good for what? What does it do? Are you affiliated with them? – random Aug 4 '11 at 16:01
See my edit. No I am not affiliated. – Lukas Cenovsky Aug 4 '11 at 19:24

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