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This isn't the best thing out there but it is another option.

Trillain is a PC OM program that allows you to connect to all of your IM accounts through one program.

There is a plugin for it called IM Everywhere that allows you to use your Trillian from a browser anywhere.

Trillain itself is $20 and all the plugins are free.
It does require a full time internet connection.
http://www.trillian.cc/ Trillian Pro is what you need.

I have used it on my other phones and I am playing with it on my new BB 7520. So far so good.

Not for the heavy IMer, IMO.
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I use the Trillian software, very well worth it -- AIM/ICQ/MSN/Yahoo in one contact list on my desktop!

However, for my BlackBerry, I prefer a dedicated IM client and using separate IM accounts, since I don't want to bring my desktop buddy list with me -- just a subset thereof.
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But with trillian you can bring the whole thing without adding anything to your BB.

Just something I am trying out and maybe someone else could use it.
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