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Old 05-01-2007, 02:11 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Hey there, I would hate to be a repost; so point me in the right direction if you need to.

My issue is concerning MSN on Rogers with my blackberry 8800. When I attempt to go to www.blackberry.com/windowslive and download the file, it only tells me that my provider does not support this. Same applies for AIM, and ICQ. Now, not that I haven't gotten around this ( I am currently using all my clients through Google Talk ) but its not very convenient when I want to close one application on my BB (AOL for instance) and have it running on my PC so I can type faster or use all the features.

If anyone can give me a heads up, please do. All rogers will tell me, though I have been over it with them about my broken account *tear* is "we don't support it at this time". They won't even tell me what is not supported so I can fix it. If anyone needs a hand knowing how I got Google Talk to run MSN, AOL, ICQ and Yahoo, let me know and I will post how I did it. But I don't want to be running that any longer, I want the real clients on my BB desktop!

Help!

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Old 05-01-2007, 10:54 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Do a search on this board. The IM clients haven't been released; they worked for a couple of days then stopped.

For Google Talk do a google search for "google talk jabber client msn transport".

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