OS2 World.Com Forum

Subject  :  Mr. Message
Author  :  Kim
Date  :  27 Jan, 2005 on 11:35
Is it a must that one register a uid at AOL to get Mr. Message to run or can one kick alive into it by using for example icq uid?

Subject  :  Re:Mr. Message
Author  :  mikeg greenemk@cox.net
Date  :  27 Jan, 2005 on 23:00
I got it to work with ICQ. Matter fact I did AIM to ICQ on same system to test it. Does it do that Yahoo messager ?

Subject  :  Re:Mr. Message
Author  :  Cris
Date  :  28 Jan, 2005 on 09:50
I never quite understood if one needs to be connected through AOL to use it. Reading the description it seems so, but I'm not quite sure. Anyone can shed more light?
Bye

Cris


Subject  :  Re:Mr. Message
Author  :  ehtron
Date  :  28 Jan, 2005 on 15:39
use Jeti/2

Subject  :  Re:Mr. Message
Author  :  BigWarpGuy
Date  :  28 Jan, 2005 on 16:37
http://www.ehlertronic.de/jeti2.htm

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Subject  :  Re:Mr. Message
Author  :  BigWarpGuy
Date  :  28 Jan, 2005 on 16:38
http://www.ehlertronic.de/jeti2.htm#Verweis2
It mentions OS/2-eCS.

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Subject  :  Re:Mr. Message
Author  :  PsiFire
Date  :  14 Apr, 2005 on 07:03
Mr. Message to my knowledge connects only to the AOL Oscar server. Oscar is the protocol that provides the IM structuring for both AIM and ICQ. Adding Yahoo, which uses a different protocol, would be an entire different extension to Mr.M.

I've used Jeti/2 (etron has seen me in the forum there a while back) but Mr. Message provides a native program (as opposed to Jeti/2 which is Java based) - so it runs quite neatly and uses only limited resources.


Subject  :  Re:Mr. Message
Author  :  ShyGuy shyguy@shyguysite.com
Date  :  14 Apr, 2005 on 09:15
I've also used JBuddy Messenger under eComstation and I preferred it to Jeti/2. It's similar to Trillian, does all 4 major IM clients

http://www.zionsoftware.com/products/messenger/index.html

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