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  1. #1
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    When not at your computer, such as at a friends computer, or a public computer. and you wish to IM someone, here are two ways to check your AIM or ICQ accounts. with just a java enabled web browser, and nothing to download or install.

    AIM Express for AOL
    http://aimexpress.aol.com/

    ICQ2go
    http://go.icq.com/

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    ICQ2go
    Worked for me away from wrk but I guess they block anything with icq in the url there.
    Love icq's free sms only free mostly reliable carrier I can find in my part of the world
    Picked it up from one of your answers in a recent thread are you running out of them starting a thread ! :-) (rhetorical?)lol


    B.T.W thanks for making it easier for everyone to find info.

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    Originally posted by Goslow+Sep 9 2003, 06:50 AM--></span><table border='0' align='center' width='95%' cellpadding='3' cellspacing='1'><tr><td>QUOTE (Goslow @ Sep 9 2003, 06:50 AM)</td></tr><tr><td id='QUOTE'> are you running out of them starting a thread &#33; :-) (rhetorical?)lol
    [/b]

    LOL , No, not really. I think I actually started a grand total of 2 threads on this forum, the current one and one for old DOS AOL suites, though no one replied to that one.

    I have found myself using the go.icq several times when the icq2003 client would not permit me to login. This was mostly due to when icq was changing login servers and I had not yet added those ip address to the IPFW ruleset.


    <!--QuoteBegin--Goslow
    @Sep 9 2003, 06:50 AM
    Love icq&#39;s free sms only free mostly reliable carrier I can find in my part of the world
    [/quote]

    did you ever try this program?
    PowerSMS is an application to send SMS messages to mobile phones over the Internet.
    http://come.to/netluff/


 

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