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iChat/Adium trouble with proxy

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I'm at college on a wireless network, and there is a proxy in place to access the internet, but unfortunately, iChat and Adium no longer want to connect, even with the proxy details in place within each program, I just get connection failed messages each time.

Can anyone help me out?
Cheers, Karl.
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