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Messenger Applications: Bringing Everything Under One Roof

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well i can say for WM users we can tell Jim he's 100% wrong because WM users are just as IM savy as BB users or iphone. Id say BB users are LESS prone to use IM being corporate users than WM people. I think its a BS answer, and we lose a great IM program.

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I like Agile Messenger, it's got a much better tabbed system in my eyes.

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I have been OctroTalk for a while now, and no complaints.

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And let's not forget fring which also incorporates Twitter!

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i wish someone would just develop a kick *** app once and for all. too many developers complain about variations of windows hardware, but really how many types are there. you have either windows mobile pro or standard, then from there you basically have just window mobile pro w/ no keyboard, slide out keyboard, and fixed keyboard. as far as windows pro, that doesn't sound like too many too me.

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doesn't Fring support most of the popular IM protocols as well? and its free!

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Yes it does, pasan. That's why I suggested it. ;)

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Palringo is free and works well.

I've got a few pots on the stove, so to speak, but will take a look at each and see what I can do.

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I just realized you were stuck down here in hell, er, Alabama too.
Sorry for this totally off topic and very random post cause I know those never happen here.

Native to Alabama and while during the months of July and August it may feel like hell, the rest of the months aren't so bad.
And I've noticed that too. Not many random posts at all..... :)