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mozillaZine: Mozilla & Chatzilla -- Real Internet Chatting & Communication

May 27, 2000, 17:41 (4 Talkback[s])

[ Thanks to Chris for this link. ]

"ChatZilla is a neat, exciting, TCP/IP visual IRC (Internet Relay Chat) client built on top of Mozilla. It now comes with the Mozilla browser suite, which also includes the browser (Navigator), composer (Editor), and E-Mail/News clients."

"Perhaps the first thing that comes to mind when one hears or reads the word Internet is the World Wide Web and Web surfing or perhaps E-Mail. However, using the Internet to communicate in real time is a major use of the Internet today. Real-time Internet communicating includes stuff such as AIM (America Online Instant Messenger), chat rooms, computer telephony, ICQ (pronounced 'I Seek You'), and IRC."

"The ChatZilla IRC client now is included with Mozilla. So if you have the latest Mozilla installed on your computer, chatting on the Internet with ChatZilla takes only a few mouse clicks. That makes using ChatZilla for Internet chatting as easy as using AIM or ICQ."

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