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3.1 Beta Build 121 (Feb 23, 2005)
Used to be good...just slow and bloated now. I'll stick with miranda or gaim...
5.08e (Feb 22, 2005)
Very disappointed to see a Winamp release for the sake of crippling the usability of the program regardless of reason. Far too obvious that this was done in response to the recent Napster issue, and regardless of whether or not I even need the functionality that has been removed I certainly have no intention to continue using future versions of this program. What's next, removal of disk writing support completely? Removal of cd burning support in pro versions?
0.21 Public Beta (Feb 15, 2005)
Nice idea, rather rough implementation though. It's nice to see 0.21 removed Cydoor; despite what previous reviews say for this version--there is no longer any spyware/adware and ads are now web-based.
Unfortunately the downside is that this is still centralized regardless of description; and when those servers go down eXeem becomes unusable.
6.0 Preview Release 1 (Jul 19, 2000)
They just won't give up will they! This is bloated, buggy, useless, annoying, slow, and the standards are so old that most pages won't even correctly display anymore. There's no need to drag the corpse of Netscape through the mud any further.....just let it go....it's over with.
6.0 Preview Release 1 (Jan 23, 2002 - 12:34 AM)
Good, then that means you see my point
6.0 Preview Release 1 (Jan 22, 2002 - 6:41 PM)
In federal court today, pigeons inhabiting the Microsoft campus have filed a lawsuit claiming unacceptable living conditions. The plaintiffs in the suit claim the Startup and Shutdown sounds, heard continuously throughout the day, are disturbing and even harmful to the ears of pigeons.
6.0 Preview Release 1 (Jul 14, 2000 - 2:12 PM)
That's odd, am I the only one thinking that this guy just contradicted himself?
6.0 Preview Release 1 (Jun 15, 2000 - 8:11 PM)
Definately an interesting approach to their network. I suppose its possible that earlier clients are using different means for connecting and exchanging information. I've never had traffic directly exchanged with login.oscar.aol.com though; however I've gathered information from some other computer systems not on my network, and they do in fact use oscar. If this is some type of load balancing system, maybe AOL should allow groups such as Odigo to establish their own server, and be placed on this distribution system.
6.0 Preview Release 1 (Jun 15, 2000 - 4:24 PM)
Well I hate to tell you; but upon rechecking my information login.oscar.aol.com is ONLY used for--you guessed it--logging in!
No messages are sent through this host at any time after connecting. Just to appease anyone who would like to argue this fact, I did in fact, run another tcpdump in which all messages were sent through unresolving ip addresses that are within AOL's block of ip addresses.
Not only are the messages sent through other servers, the connection to login.oscar.aol.com drops upon successful login. The ip or host is not found in any further transmission data logged throughout the rest of the session.