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Old 07-21-2002, 01:32 PM   #1
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Question ICQ client choice help...


I need help to find an good ICQ client to use in KDE on RH7.3 where I can, in one way or another, get my contactlist from Windows ICQ (the original Mirabillis version)... I can go via several other clients if neccesary and use different import/export features....

Thanks for any and all hints I might get
Old 07-21-2002, 01:36 PM   #2
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There is many out there.. probably the most popular just for ICQ is LICQ.. but check out this page that lists most of them:
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Best Icq client so far i tried is ( full compatiblity with icq 2002a ) Sim-Icq ( )
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I use Licq 1.1.0/SSL (Devel) - try here:- also, take a look at GnomeICU
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For simplicity, i use Gaim, which has support for most of the
popular chat programs
Old 07-22-2002, 01:16 PM   #6
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Many interesting suggestions and I will make sure to check them all out... But are they all giving me a chance to import my contactlist from ICQ in Windows? That's the most important feature I want for it... But thanks for your suggestions.. I'll look into it
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SilverSnake...that's the main feature I'm looking for too...gaim doesn't do that...I saw a java ICQ on the ICQ homepage but it looks about 4 years old. I'm assuming they stopped development on it...that sim-icq looks like it might if it's compatible with 2002a...I'll have to check it out...


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