randy turner rturner2 at
Tue Nov 20 06:39:55 EST 2001

hi chuck,
where can i get imcom?
thanks in advance

On Tue, 20 Nov 2001, Charles Hallenbeck wrote:

> Hi Shaun,
> A couple of people told me about ari-yahoo some time ago and what I did
> was get myself a copy and modify it slightly to include single letter
> abbreviations for most of the commands. The author was thrilled (I guess
> he thrills easy) and was going to make a version 1.4.2 with those changes,
> but I never heard any more about it.
> There is a much better way to interact with Yahoo buddies. Get yourself a
> jabber account and register with a yahoo transport on your jabber server.
> I am using a jabber client called "imcom" which works a lot like micq only
> better. It does not support all the services that the jabber servers
> support, but enough to get you started. There are lots of jabber clients
> out there, but of course many of them are GUI based. Imcom is not.
> Speaking of Yahoo Messenger, I am unable to get messages from people on
> Yahoo unless I am online at the time. That is true either with are-yahoo
> or with imcom. Sounds like you are able to do that.  Is there an option on
> Yahoo that covers that feature, or what?
> Chuck
> On Tue, 20 Nov 2001, Shaun Oliver wrote:
> > Hi chuck,
> > months ago you started a thread about ari's yahoo messenger client. I
> > found an interesting thing out about it just now while fidling around with
> > it.
> > if you don't sellect one of you rcontacts from the budylist and one of
> > them sends you a message, ari-yahoo will beep notifying you that you have
> > received a message.
> > if however, you have a query open to that user, it will not beep at you.
> > hth
> >
> >
> >
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