> From: "Gregory Alan Bolcer" <gbolcer@endTECH.com>
There's also a palm client available, if you've got a palmos machine
with an IP. I've not used it myself, but I bet the i/f beats Sprint's.
> It works on SprintPCS WAP phones also, but the default
> setting is an annoying ring and an IM per line someone types to
> you--which is also annoying as you get information flowing in
> faster than you can handle it.
> Kragen Sitaker wrote:
> > I went to the bank today. My teller was IMing --- on a Blackberry.
> > This is really a major integration step --- it's the first wireless
> > text chat client I've seen, and it's certainly the one with the biggest
> > available other-endpoint base.
> > Apparently it's called an AOL Mobile Communicator, and apparently, it
> > was announced by 2000-11-13 and available by 2000-12-20. One review
> > quotes a three-day lead time due to high demand.
> > >From http://www.aol.com/anywhere/mobilecomm/more.html:
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