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Status message (instant messaging) print that page


A status message is a function of some instant messaging applications whereby a user may post a message that appears automatically to other users if they attempt to make contact. A status message can tell other contacts the user's current status, such as being busy or what the user is

AOL Instant Messenger print that page

Line Messages" (OLMs) to its subscribers. Since version 2.0, AIM has included person-to-person instant messaging, chatroom messaging, and the ability to share files peer-to-peer with buddies. Version 4.3 introduced storing user contact lists on AOL servers and allowed for a maximum of 200

wikipedia.org | 2011/9/1 3:31:08

Spam (electronic) print that page

electronic spam is called a spammer . [ 2 ] Contents 1 In different media 1.1 E-mail 1.2 Instant Messaging 1.3 Newsgroup and forum 1.4 Mobile phone 1.5 Online game messaging 1.6 Spam targeting search engines (spamdexing) 1.7 Blog, wiki, and guestbook 1.8 Spam targeting

wikipedia.org | 2011/9/19 20:18:33

Texting while driving print that page


Although talking on a mobile phone while operating a vehicle is considered dangerous, the threat really became an issue when Short Message Service, or texting, was introduced [2]. Texting has become a social norm fairly quickly since the year 2000, as most cell phone plans include a text messaging

WAYN (website) print that page

it is possible to send and receive messages using email, discussion forums, eCards, SMS and WAYN instant messaging (web client, no downloads [ edit ] History WAYN was founded in 2002 in London by Jérome Touze (Co-CEO), Peter Ward (Co-CEO) and Mike Lines (CTO). It was presented to the

wikipedia.org | 2011/8/28 5:22:01

Microsoft Exchange Server print that page

available with the separate Microsoft Plus! pack. HTML e-mail was shown in such a way that the message contained an *.ATT or *.htm attachment, which had to be saved and then viewed in a browser, as MS Exchange did not have support for HTML-formatted messages. Similarly, e-mail that did not

wikipedia.org | 2011/9/27 6:21:13

Social software print that page

connection among users, facilitating the mechanics of conversation and talk. [ 1 ] Contents 1 Instant messaging 2 Text chat 3 Groupware 4 Internet forums 5 Wikis 6 Blogs 7 Collaborative real-time editors 8 Prediction markets 9 Social network services 10 Social Engine

wikipedia.org | 2011/7/18 17:35:07

ICQ print that page

The first version of the program was released in November 1996 and ICQ became the first Internet -wide instant messaging service, later patenting the technology. [ 1 ] AOL acquired Mirabilis on June 8, 1998, for US$407 million. In April 2010, AOL sold ICQ to Digital Sky Technologies for

wikipedia.org | 2011/9/13 23:08:17

Microsoft Outlook print that page

Although often used mainly as an e-mail application, it also includes a calendar , task manager , contact manager , note taking , a journal and web browsing. It can be used as a stand-alone application , or can work with Microsoft Exchange Server and Microsoft SharePoint Server for multiple

wikipedia.org | 2011/9/20 5:20:33

Xfire print that page

20, 2011. Contents 1 History 1.1 Lawsuits 2 Features 2.1 Game detection 2.2 Instant messages 2.2.1 Multiprotocol support 2.3 Voice chat 2.4 Screenshots and video recordings 2.5 SDK 2.6 Clan and guild system 2.7 Live video: broadcasting 2.8 In-game Web

wikipedia.org | 2011/10/4 9:36:57