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AIM entire buddy list set to offline


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krange

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so when I log in now to AIM, using AIM or Trillian or anything like that, all of my buddies are offline. I was logged on to 2 different locations yesterday, one at work and one at home then i signed off at work and came home...everyone was offline. I signed on iwth a different screenname and I could see everyone online....now im at work again and everyone still shows up offline....has anyone see this issue?

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John_Doe

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I would try uninstalling AIM and then reinstalling AIM. I would try that first
Also do you run spyware detection programs, such as Ad-aware and spybot. Is the computer protected by any anti-virus?

Good Luck
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All buddies on Buddy List appear offline

The steps below may correct the problem: (Terminology is based on the most recent clients.)

Mac:

Sign on.
Go to Account Settings.
Click the Privacy tab.
Choose "Block All Users" from the Contact Mode popup menu.
Click Save.
Go to the Account Settings window again.
Click the Privacy tab again.
Choose your preferred Privacy setting from the Contact Mode popup menu.
Click Save.

Windows:
Sign on.
Go to Privacy preferences.
Choose "Block all users".
Click Apply.
Choose "Allow all users to contact me".
Click OK.
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