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Anyone know of a OS X program simlilar to TRILLIAN??


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I use a PC at work sometimes, and I installed Trillian on it and just love it. Is there a program for OS X that combines AIM,MSN,Yahoo,ICQ and IRC?

I have searched and found nothing....any help will be apreciated.
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Proteus does quite a bit and so does Fire.

Search for them at http://www.macupdate.com and http://www.versiontracker.com
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I have been using FIRE and am pretty happy with it... thanks!
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I have been using FIRE and am pretty happy with it... thanks!
question then with these all in one programs i use to use one myself back in the old windows days ( of course not anymore seing as how mac has taken over my life) but i remember it wouldnt upload your contacts to their respect servers..has that been changed now or does these other applications have that abilty ?
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It seems that it does because I had to open ICQ for some reason and bam there was my contacts that I had added in Proteus..
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Adium is another one too if you want to check it out... their mascot is a cool duck as i recall..
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Adium is really good at it.. u can download from www.adiumx.com
have a nice day..
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Proteus is terrible. Fire messed up my buddy lists.
Check out Adium.
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Adium can not do half the stuff I would like it to do.. now why is Proteus terrible?
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Because it can't even do 3/4's of what Adium can do...
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*laugh* Oh come on! I wouldn't mind switching if what you say is true, so give me some examples because I would love to know since the last time I tried it, it was extremely basic, and I couldnt even combine accounts within it.. and that was only a couple months ago. So please tell me how it is better, with specific, so that way I know if it is worth trying out again

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