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Old 12-23-2006, 08:59 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I was playing around with Yak On and like it, except for one thing. When I hide the app to go do other things, I receive notifications of incoming IMs which is great. But I'd like to remain signed on constantly and leave the phone in my pocket or holster when I get one. Is there some way to make it vibrate and/or play a sound on incoming IMs when the app is hidden? Or some other IM client out there that does both AIM and MSN and is either free or cheap like Yak-On is? Thanks.
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I've looked for that option myself and haven't seen one. I don't think it's possible.
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look under options.....mine alerts when in holster with a vibrate
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I found it, you have to go to the phones profiles and Yak-On is there with all of the other options
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