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August 24, 2005

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I'd love one please Drew! Thanks.

How do you know it's the only platform independent IM?

http://messenger.yahoo.com/messenger/download/

Because I know everything! :-)

No - Haven't used ALL the IM packages, but from those I've used and from what I've read, I understood Gmail was on to something new.

I've also got some gmail invites that i can spare - feel free to email me

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