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Topic # 5387 25-Oct-2005 22:36
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Hi I'm using my pocket pc on a wirless network which has blocked msn messenger everyone who has laptops uses hopster but what should I do with a pocket pc?

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Reply # 21999 25-Oct-2005 22:48
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Perhaps look for another program that could use a proxy server on port 80?

But if your network admin has blocked IM then it's safe to believe there's an Internet usage policy in place, and any use of such programs could cause problems for you?








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  Reply # 22001 25-Oct-2005 23:41
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lol I'm a student all we do is cause problems ...lol no are there any programmes that do this automatically like hopster because I can't find any that use port 80

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 22015 26-Oct-2005 10:14
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First, learn how to use punctuations appropriately. It was kinda hard for me to read your first post without knowing where/when you pause (comma) or stop (fullstop).




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Reply # 22017 26-Oct-2005 10:25
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C'mon Chiefie, don't be mean...

Hmmm. I don't know of other programs. Have a look on the Geekzone Software Store - most IM clients are not free, and some have lots of configurations. I use the standard MSN Messenger on my Pocket PC and Smartphone, since I usually connect from home or GSM/CMDA.





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Reply # 22019 26-Oct-2005 10:31
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hehe sorry... I just felt that many of the younger generation are getting worse and worse with spelling and forming sentences. And it irritate me when reading their posts and trying to decipher a cryptic message!




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  Reply # 22059 26-Oct-2005 14:06
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chiefie: hehe sorry... I just felt that many of the younger generation are getting worse and worse with spelling and forming sentences. And it irritate me when reading their posts and trying to decipher a cryptic message!

I agree to chiefie things are gettin worserer an worserer an evryone needs to learn speaking an writing good england.

I couldnt find any software to do what you are asking, but perhaps there might be a different IM client that could be used? Just being a student doesnt relinquish you of any responsibility to stick to the terms of use of the network you are on. You could find yourself suspended or expelled or otherwise disciplined for breaching rules?




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  Reply # 22196 27-Oct-2005 22:37
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Thankyou very much for your help. I'll just wait until I get my laptop back. By the way im at school to learn English.

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