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I am wonderding if anyone has or knows of an msn messenger clone that works with the Redhat Linux 7.2 distribution. Yes I know it is microsoft but they use it at the office. I am trying very hard to be none microsoft dependent but some stuff I gotta have so I can eat. If anyone has any ideas please share.
Thanks for your help. I will try the suggested items. Forgive me I am a newbie from the Windows world. Searching for valid suggestions for Windows never worked I will try it with Linux. Old habits like rebooting are hard to break.
Originally posted by hanzerik "yeah they do have a msn messenger program that runs on linux. It will work with AOL IM, ICQ, MSN, Yahoo, and I think a few others. Its called Everybuddy.
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Glad you posted cause I couldnt rember what the name of this program was call.