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tbdiscovery 12-23-2006 09:01 PM

Still No Aim on 8703e
 
I've tried Ramble, Yak-on, google talk, etc. and cannot get AIM to work on my Sprint 8703e.

One question that I have not seen answered on here is this:

I get aim messages forwarded to my phone from AIM's mobile forwarding. I can reply to each and every aim message sent to me; I just cannot initiate the conversation without saving the last message from each person. As I can send these as an SMS, is there a way to bypass IM services altogether and just use AIM via SMS by actually saving the user? The user id is generic, such as 26815, thus I cannot actually save an SMS address.

Yahoo Messenger works just fine. I simply cannot get AIM to work at all.

Thanks.

tbdiscovery 12-29-2006 02:23 PM

Googletalk is working. I'm going to thank myself and call it a day.

Lurs 12-30-2006 10:00 AM

I use Google Talk and Yahoo Messenger. I have an AIM account, but I never use it.

RyanDe680 12-31-2006 08:04 AM

I would suggest a program called Yak-on. I am successfully running it without any lockups or interruptions on AIM. MSN and Yahoo! Messenger are also available within the program.

bmw1986 01-01-2007 10:56 PM

Did you have a treo and then switched to a BB?

hdcd 01-01-2007 11:33 PM

I also have a 8703e with Sprint and the only thing that worked out of the box for me is Yak-On.. Works great for me.

BayshoreTommy 01-02-2007 09:12 AM

I would say use Yak On as well, i use it and have never had a problem with it, its a pretty clean app...

seaneboyee 01-02-2007 02:18 PM

I also recommend Yak-On and have not had any problems with it since I first got my Sprint 8703e. MSN does take a while to sign on but other than that, no actual issues with the application. It does have some drain on your battery as the default 'check-in' time for the network is 2 minutes, you may customize this for your needs.

tbdiscovery 01-06-2007 09:05 AM

Thank you to all. Google Talk is working for now. If it acts up, then I will try Yak-On again.


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