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Ya.. I think that locking down the computer is a lot more effective then locking only away msgs, mostly with the "parent" factor it is less suspious I think.
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Post by fuuucckkers »

Michael wrote:Of course, it doesn't apply much to me -- I own my own computer and have Win XP, so I can just lock it down when I step away from my computer. :D


But a lot of us are not as fortunate to have Windows XP. I myself use 98se, and there are no features like that..

I think it would be great to see an OPTION to have password protected Away Messages.

Even still, have any of you been keeping tabs on the new Enterprise AIM version?? Specifially for higher end businesses that need security when talking online. That feature may be there already.
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[color=green]A Lot of ppl dont have Windows XP. Like me I have Windows ME. Ah. but the password protect away message thing would be so cool....especially with MY MOM AROUND!!!! :wink: [/color]
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This is a great idea. My mother is always trying to see who I'm talking too and what I we are talking about. Great idea :D
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i think its a great idea. my dad always "X's" out the AIM stuff,and doesnt realize that it doesnt close, it just goes in the toolbar :x . so i think it should be added.
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