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    Question AOL IM on N900?

    I feel stupid even asking this, I use AIM (AOL Instant Messenger) but I can't figure out how to use it on the N900, is it even supported yet?

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    Haze-telepathy might be worth looking into. It should add-in the same IM networks as Pidgin, including AIM.
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    thanks for asking this, this was something i was worried about since very few of my friends use gtalk.
    when i have a big burst of creativity there will be one


    so this it for know

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    AIM for n900

    i'd also like to know if theres an app that supports multiple IM accounts - aim, msn, etc. like ebuddy for symbian.


    Quote Originally Posted by ts
    I feel stupid even asking this, I use AIM (AOL Instant Messenger) but I can't figure out how to use it on the N900, is it even supported yet?

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    Quote Originally Posted by b4ll3r
    i'd also like to know if theres an app that supports multiple IM accounts - aim, msn, etc. like ebuddy for symbian.
    You may be looking for Pidgin. You will want to look in the extras-Devel catalog, however I would wait until it gets thoroughly tested.

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