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In article , DC wrote:
I am looking for a network instand messenger, easy to use, free as well, i
have looked at lantalk xp but this is not free.
Can anyone recommend any?
You can get Gaim from http://gaim.sourceforge.net/
Free, secure and feature-packed thanks to open source.
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