Free DotNetNuke IM of 123 Web Messenger 1.0

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DotNetNuke IM for 123 Web Messenger is a FREE application,with which you could integrate DNN website Database with 123 Web Messenger and embed a web-based Friends List into anywhere of your website. It is shown as an image button or link directly.

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Software information
Platform:
Windows 7/Vista/XP/2000/95/98
Publisher:
TOPCMM software cor.
Price:
Freeware
File size:
22 Kb
Date added:
March 4, 2010
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Description from the Publisher
123 Web Messenger offers DotNetNuke Instant Messaging (IM) Module named web-based Friend List DotNetNuke IM, and with it, webmaster will be assist to integrate DNN website Database with 123 Web Messenger easily, and add a FREE instant messaging software into DotNetNuke website instantly. The added DotNetNuke Web Messenger is shown as the Web-based Friend List, which can be located anywhere of your website and shown as an image button or link directly. Features of Free DNN Site Messenger: 1) Auto-login After the integration of DotNetNuke website Database with the 123 Web Messenger, members of website could login automatically the 123 Web Messenger without re-enter username and keywords. 2) FREE Integration Service and Integration Manual 123 Web Messenger offers FREE integration service for the License buyer and Hosting Service buyer. Of course, there is Integration User Manual on our website, with which you could do-it-yourself. Know more about 123 Web Messenger: 123 Web Messenger is a real-time instant messaging software for your own website. It has 3 forms: web-based chat client and an optional instant messaging desktop application with friend list function, and a brand new client is added in version 2.2 & above, which named Facebook Messenger Style Web Chat Bar, empowering your website with a Facebook style web messenger. All of the clients are secure, reliable and feature-rich with ease of use.
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