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    Quote Originally Posted by Wiggo
    /me watches aZe^'s PC bog down on resourses. :rofl:
    i dont really care that much about resources, messenger and ICQ for me...

    i did use trillian a long time ago, but never liked it much. havent tried the newer versions and cant be bothered

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    I just uninstalled MSN 6, still has a few bugs as it is still beta. It doesn't log in sometimes, so I am now back on MSN 5.

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    Quote Originally Posted by [size=6
    Thoric[/size]]
    speaking of convo saving, it says access denied to the folder, but i have full access, according to the security.

    i did use trillian a long time ago, but never liked it much. havent tried the newer versions and cant be bothered
    Well while the program is writing to the file ya can't access it but really ya should try the lastest Trillian as it's much better than the older versions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wiggo
    Well while the program is writing to the file ya can't access it but really ya should try the lastest Trillian as it's much better than the older versions.
    this is one thing that i don't like about trillian.
    chat logs as text files?????????
    in this regards yahoo rules. it has a pretty nice archive feature that saves chats in .dat format and is almost impossible to read without logging into that particular account.
    trillian should look into adding something like this so as to increase a bit of security.
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    No Way, Trust me, Text Files are FAR better than any archive, for a million reasons. And security? You can disable logging all together if you must.

    Text files are searchable a hundred different ways, which is the reason you would WANT a log in the first place, (to find specific info) Text files are TINY, easy for trillian to access and update (As opposed to some huge database of messages) You can delete any log at any time without a problem from trillian. You can remove all the logs and zip them and label them Logs from '01 or whatever.

    They are viewable from anything other than the stupid archive viewer that ICQ and Yahoo have. And so trillian needs not be running to access them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by zeradul
    No Way, Trust me, Text Files are FAR better than any archive, for a million reasons. And security? You can disable logging all together if you must.

    Text files are searchable a hundred different ways, which is the reason you would WANT a log in the first place, (to find specific info) Text files are TINY, easy for trillian to access and update (As opposed to some huge database of messages) You can delete any log at any time without a problem from trillian. You can remove all the logs and zip them and label them Logs from '01 or whatever.

    They are viewable from anything other than the stupid archive viewer that ICQ and Yahoo have. And so trillian needs not be running to access them.
    no offence but you ever used archive feature of yahoo :?:
    what if you want logging and still don't want anyone else but your self to read them?
    the .dat files are more or less of equal size as the ones u would get when u save it as text files.
    you have all the chats managed in per user per day format (no huge database of messages).
    you can delete any log without any problems...be it of a complete user or just one particular day.
    you can zip the logs of yahoo and save them and hey...you don't even need to number them or add date and time to it as the archive feature does it all for you.

    the last point of yours is a valid one that you can view trillian logs from any where but then that was my point too :)
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    Trillian is great, but I wenty back to just using Yahoo as my IMS, too much hassle to be in all of em IMO

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    Microsoft has announced that MSN Messenger 6 will be launched on Thursday the 17th of July.

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    You can get the later 628 build directly from microsoft or from http://www.betanews.com/article.php3?sid=1055930743

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    <div><img src="http://messenger.msn-int.com/images/en/homepage_splash.jpg"></div>

    The final version of MSN Messenger 6 is out and it can be downloaded from here.

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