The latest version of the Odigo instant messaging (IM) software promises users the ability to communicate with both versions of AOL's popular IM services, AOL Instant Messenger (AIM) and ICQ, for the first time. These two services do not work with each other and previous attempts by third parties, such as MSN, to communicate with AIM were blocked by AOL. In addition to instant-messaging with members of these services and other Odigo users, the software offers one-on-one and multi-user chat, email, file transfers, a people finder, a bar graph display of all sites other members are viewing, and other options. Users can learn more about the software and download version 2.5 beta at the Odigo site. Odigo 2.5 supports multiple languages, and a Mac version is in development.
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