NikNik answered Tuesday February 1 2005, 2:31 pm: IM means Instant message and if you have MSN you cant talk to someone on AOL unless you get AOL, with Instant message you can only talk to people fom MSN,HOTMAIL,YAHOO, and other places, but not AOL...Just get AOL and have MSN to. Hope I helped-Nikki [ NikNik's advice column | Ask NikNik A Question ]
MummuM answered Monday January 31 2005, 8:15 pm: Your Australian? That's so cool. What's it like over there? Anyways, onto your question. No, you can't have MSN Messenger and talk to someone that has AOL. You have to have AOL to talk to them.
♥ Krissy [ MummuM's advice column | Ask MummuM A Question ]
uacctk14 answered Monday January 31 2005, 8:07 pm: im is instant message and yes you can talk to someone with aol but you have to download aol im (aim) from the internet it is free and yes you can talk to some one who has (aim) [ uacctk14's advice column | Ask uacctk14 A Question ]
Karen answered Monday January 31 2005, 7:50 pm: "IM" means "Instant Message" It's not some American thingy, you can instant message someone by using MSN, AIM, or Yahoo messengers. Hope I helped :)
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charmed-cherry21 answered Monday January 31 2005, 7:49 pm: It means Instant Message. In order to talk to someone on AOL/AIM you need them. To get a free AIM the website is www.aim.com
JamesBaybiGurl answered Monday January 31 2005, 7:39 pm: MSN MESSENGER is the same as IM and AIM
and AOL all that stuff...IM is toosend
someone a message means INSTANT MESSAGE
to instantly send and recieve messages.
I have msn too its VIPERGURL55@HOTMAIL.COM!!
grl_who_smilez answered Monday January 31 2005, 7:21 pm: im means you go on Aol Instant Messenger (AIM) and you talk to your friends online. to get aim, go to aim.com and sign up and get a user name (which is your id.)then add your freind's user names to your buddy list and you can talk to them whenever they are on. hope this helps! [ grl_who_smilez's advice column | Ask grl_who_smilez A Question ]
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