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Old 01-30-2009, 03:13 AM   #1
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Extraneous invites in Yahoo chat via Kopete:

Re: Yahoo chat via Kopete 0.12.4 with Linux Mint version 5, Ubuntu 7.04

When participating in a conference with a fair number of people, each time someone is invited by a participant I also receive an invitation, (which has to be dealt with before anything else can be done). With the majority of the people using Windows, and Yahoo crashing from time to time for various people who then have to be re-invited, this amounts to a fair number of invitations! Does anyone know of a way to remedy this?


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