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AOL Instant Messenger (AIM)

AIM allows seamless integration with AOL's instant messaging system. This is a native Linux binary.

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  •  11 Jan 2003 21:20

Release Notes: This release includes the ability to install AIM anywhere. It supports file transfer, a typing meter in the IM window, an idle time display, window sounds, and drag and drop for file transfers.

  •  20 Sep 2002 02:55

Release Notes: This version updates the Sign On screen, adds font/color/smile support, adds timestamps, adds an Away preference page, includes HTTP proxy support, adds Buddy Alerts, introduces URL support (in messages), and features an improved Buddy List import.

  •  30 Jan 2001 06:12

    Release Notes: This version features an updated "away" feature, sound preferences, new release notification, and proxy support.

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    15 Jan 2002 14:45 pihkal

    Re: Well, isn't there GAIM?

    > Plus, can anything AOL make
    > POSSIBLY be good?

    Well, at least in theory it doesn't violate any laws of physics :)

    21 Aug 2001 16:39 erecio Thumbs up

    Re: A better IM client

    > If you're looking for a better IM
    > client, check out TiK at
    > tik.sourceforge.net - it has many
    > nice features, and isn't a memory
    > hog!
    >

    Yes, Tcl/TK is a BIG memory hog. Stick to this, the Binary. Also, their new page is www.aol.com/aim/linux.... (They're up to version 112)

    13 Dec 2000 01:30 gregstoll

    A better IM client
    If you're looking for a better IM client, check out TiK at
    tik.sourceforge.net (tik.sourceforge.net) - it has many
    nice features, and isn't a memory hog!

    12 Dec 2000 21:47 dnedrow

    This is not a Java app...
    I'm not sure what the comments are directed about, but the AIM client provided by AOL is an actual Linux binary, not a Java app.

    13 Oct 2000 00:06 thedesertfox

    Well, isn't there GAIM?
    Frankly, I don't understand why AOL decied to make this Linux distro of their AIM client, it isn't necessary. There's GAIM, which quite frankly, is much, much better than anything AOL made. Plus, can anything AOL make POSSIBLY be good?

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