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chat client

The software that resides in the user's computer for handling instant messaging (IM) or chat rooms. See instant messaging and chat.
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The DCS chat client is an Extensible Messaging and Presence Protocol application which provides users enterprise chat client capabilities for quick and easy messaging, communication, and file transfer.
Lotus Instant Messaging Support enables users to see whether colleagues are using mobile devices or are office-based and enables contacts stored in Lotus Instant Messaging chat client to be dialled from a click.
But as the web moved away from static pages, so did Video Chat 3 move towards an interface for the control panel and chat client that can swap its multi-lingual hats on the fly.
It's been quite some time now that computer users could use a single, universal chat client for all their instant messaging.
As part of the goals identified at the summit, enhancing our CWL network by encouraging the use of both the community's SharePoint site and Jabber, the Defense Connect Online (DCO) chat client, was critical.
We feared the mission might be IM-possible, but Alice suggested Trillian, a chat client created by Cerulean Studios that supports communication with AIM, MSN Messenger, Yahoo!
Dragonmount Networks has released dIRC 1.2 for Windows, a new Internet relay chat client designed to allow thousands of users to communicate with each other over the web.
Asus installed (http://www.asus.com/ASUS_ZenUI/) Zen UI to provide an intelligent task scheduler, manage of social feeds and messages, PixelMaster technology for the camera app, ZenLink control, Open Cloud for multiple Asus devices and an open-source chat client.