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Just curious if anyone runs a chat program at work. If so, what is your favorite?

I run trillian, it combines a few programs into one (AIM and yahoo to name a few).
 

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trillian, google talk, myspace im, and our own company IM (dont know who makes it, but it lets people who work here talk)
 

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For security reasons we're not allowed to run any non-approved IM, narrowing it to MS Communicator only, and that's only for internal communications.

I used to run a few but got tired of adding them every time a friend told me they were using a different one so I haven't actually used them for roughly 4 years. I don't even care for its presence now.
 

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I mostly use Yahoo! Messenger, sometimes AIM. I suppose I should migrate over to Trillion. It seems convenient rather than opening each program seperately.

We used to use at AT&T when I was there, an internal messenger, I liked it. Our company was pretty big and you got answers rather quickly. Saved my lazy ass from walking to another building or somethng. LOL.
 

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If anyone wants to chat, my yahoo username is jesterweasel and my AIM one is DctpeAvngr. Last one means Duct Tape Avenger.... don't ask. :p
 

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For my own personal use... I go old school and use AIM. It's just what most of my friends had back in the day, and I am too lazy to change (even though it sucks).

At work, we used to have MSN/Windows Live Messenger. However, we just got this new messaging client a few months ago called Spark. We only can use Spark within the office, or with off-site employees. I miss using MSN Messenger b/c we have really sucky smilies on Spark.
 
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