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Looking for a .Net chatroom that I can integrate into my site (not MVC)

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Hi  I would like to integrate an existing chatroom (preferably open source but don't mind paying) into my website like the one on Facebook which saves the chat entries (presumably into a database).  I realise an 'out of the box' solution will not save to my database but that's ok as long as it can be integrated.  Advice would be much appreciated.
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here is a good link .. sourcecode is on the right
http://chat.codeplex.com/
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