Over the next few days, Google is going to be changing its AIM support to something a little more tightly integrated. No longer will you have to sign into AIM separately from Google; you just sign into Google Talk and you can chat with your AIM friends straight from that account — either by adding them to your Google Talk list (in the form of [email protected]) or by using the AIM to Gmail contacts importer, which should be available soon.It's still unclear as to how it all works; we don't know whether this changes anything for those if you using desktop IM clients, but once it rolls out we'll let you know more. [AIM Help via Google Operating System]
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