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Old 09-30-2006, 08:04 PM   #1 (permalink)
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aim.deepdarc.com is what im using but it went down today for about 1 hour

im trying to find the most reliable transport
We can use this thread to help others who are also looking for reliable transports.

Currently I personally only use AIM, but Post all your transports so that it may help others!
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Old 09-30-2006, 10:16 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Wirelessly posted (Cingular-Blue 7290: BlackBerry7290/4.1.0 Profile/MIDP-2.0 Configuration/CLDC-1.1 VendorID/101)

Hey, let's not hog all the deepdarc bandwidth!

That's what I use for AIM, then it's straight googletalk for my gmail friends. I wasn't using MSN much and had problems with another transport so I stopped it for now.

With the announcement of the stand-alone IM apps coming soon, transports on GT will be a thing of the past (unless you use them for Mulit-IM on PCs).

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Old 09-30-2006, 10:59 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Steve, do u notice your transport goes to sleep or something along those lines?

i have to set my availibility to away then back to get it to reconnect. is this just me? does it happen with other transports as well?


I cant wait for the new IM programs coming out from BB thats gonna rock!

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Wow, I'm finding it hard to believe noone else uses google talk with transports.
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I remember using netlab.cz for a while for AIM, and then onto another transport. However I stopped using transports and google talk for aim in general because with other instances of aim open, whether it was gmail online with its embedded google talk app, or a standalone aim program, my buddies were getting constant html errors each time they imed me. If no other aim apps were open it was fine, but this was just annoying. Any solutions?
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I've quit using google talk + Transports.

I've started using Yak On! and so far its been much more reliable. I still have 12 days of my trial left. So its between ramble and Yak On!

The UI between the 2 are really different thou. So its a matter of preference
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i quit using the gtalk/transports as well, when i added the transport it added some extra info to my mobile contacts and rendered them useless
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I've quit using google talk + Transports.

I've started using Yak On! and so far its been much more reliable. I still have 12 days of my trial left. So its between ramble and Yak On!

The UI between the 2 are really different thou. So its a matter of preference
Do you find Yak On! or Rample killing your battery life?

I use two transports, deepdarc.com for AIM and jabber.anywise.com for MSN.
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yes im finding my battery is dying quicky, but they are working to address the problem as far as i know
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i've been using 3gnt.org for their aim transport. its been working for about a month straight now
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Steve, do u notice your transport goes to sleep or something along those lines?

i have to set my availibility to away then back to get it to reconnect. is this just me? does it happen with other transports as well?


I cant wait for the new IM programs coming out from BB thats gonna rock!
Yeah, I've noticed exactly that! Dunno why that is...

We'll all be set when those stand-alones are released!

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I use two transports, deepdarc.com for AIM and jabber.anywise.com for MSN.

Deepdarc stopped work for me and 3 others. I registered AIM on bgmn.net for now. I just checked and the deepdarc transport is back online, but can't register to it. <shrugs>

I quit using MSN transports altogether after my contacts where complaining of constant pop-ups.

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I only use the AIM transports. Sometimes they are fine for a while and then they go poof and need to find another transport. I havent found one truely stable transport that lasts yet.
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Deepdarc stopped work for me and 3 others. I registered AIM on bgmn.net for now. I just checked and the deepdarc transport is back online, but can't register to it. <shrugs>

I quit using MSN transports altogether after my contacts where complaining of constant pop-ups.

Steve

BGMN flooded my inbox with over 600 (and counting) emails after i added it as a transport!
wtf is this, isnt very funnie either...my blackberry keeps going off every milisecond...don't use this transport unless you wanna get mail from google talk over 600 times...most couldnt be sent out as well, like mail delivery subsystem errors, and most were addressed to people on my buddy list i presume, this is odd cause it never happened to me with anyother transport
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If I post the reliable transports that I use here and 500 people from around the world register and start driving their IM traffic through those servers will they still be reliable? ...
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I just fixed up all my AIM problems using aim.3gnt.org
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Old 11-24-2006, 10:11 PM   #18 (permalink)
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If I post the reliable transports that I use here and 500 people from around the world register and start driving their IM traffic through those servers will they still be reliable? ...
X2. I can't share , then everyone would come in and slow it down
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Awesome! I've been searching a yahoo transport that actually WORKS...and so far jaim.at is workin good! Thanks!
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