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PostPosted: Fri May 06, 2005 3:33 pm    Post subject: Use QuickIM with HTTP tunneling and/or Proxy server Reply with quote

Use QuickIM with HTTP tunneling and/or Proxy server

In QuickIM, open in the menu the Connection entry,

- check use http protocol

Restart QuickIM, and test

If this does not work, you may need to configure a proxy server:
In QuickIM, open in the menu the Connection entry,
- check use proxy server
- click on the Proxy tab and enter a HTTP proxy configuration (this depends on your network, you can contact your network admin)

ex (for T-Mobile):
Proxy Server: 216.155.165.50
port: 8080

You should now be able to use QuickIM in HTTP mode, the response time may be a little slower than in direct socket connection mode but it's still quite fast.

You should also check the "Universal Login" check box if this does not work (your network may not be offering SSL proxy services).

Using the combination of Universal Login + Http mode + Proxy options, you should be able to run QuickIM in most situations.

Can I run QuickIM on a Palm without GPRS and WIFI?

yes! If your Palm is running PalmOS 5.2 or superior and you have either a modem card or a Bluetooth module, you can use the network interface provided by the modem or Bluetooth connection for QuickIM. For example, you could stay in your living room, with the Palm connected to the desktop PC through Bluetooth and carry a MSN messenger in your pocket!


Use QuickIM with T-Mobile T-Zones Unlimited offer

In QuickIM, open in the menu the Connection entry,

- check use http protocol and use proxy server
- click on the Proxy tab and use the following T-Mobile proxy configuration:

Proxy Server: 216.155.165.50
port: 8080

Please note that the Proxy server may change depending on T-Mobile decisions. So you may want to run your own proxy server instead of the above one.

You should now be able to use QuickIM in HTTP mode, the response time may be a little slower than in direct socket connection mode, but you get unlimited use without extra fee!
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