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Thread: AIM app that doesn't disconnect when idle?

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    AIM app that doesn't disconnect when idle?

    I have Meebo and the regular AIM client at the moment, but if I leave them alone for more than twenty minutes, they disconnect.

    Is there a way to prevent this, or an app that won't do that?
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