How to log in ICQ, but leave messages on the server? (solved)?
Question, probably stupid...
Haven't used ICQ. The history of correspondence ICQ I have stored on one computer, and now I'm on the other. Now I would like to go to see how it going and get all your friends to switch to Jabber.
Don't tell me how (for Windows/Android/Ubuntu and/or settings, web services) you can log in ICQ, but to me fell out all of my unread messages, and there in the ICQ server? I want to go someday from the first computer, and so they came, and there was a complete history of correspondence.
zakary.Marks90 answered on October 8th 19 at 00:29
Offline messages can not only read, but also to remove, unlike the others. Accordingly, they can also be read and not deleted. In Jimm, there was such a tick. R&Q now has checkboxes (settings — run).
Izabell answered on October 8th 19 at 00:31
and don't they have a limited life span?
I always thought that on the server they are not stored forever and after a certain period are deleted.
interestingly the official opinion on this subject.
on topic — I think this is not.
Selena_Rath99 answered on October 8th 19 at 00:33
TTL have offline messages 14 days if I'm not mistaken.
Elian_Nolan answered on October 8th 19 at 00:35
experiment with qip
they seem to have done the history on their servers, but need to clarify — he did not try.
reyes_Roob answered on October 8th 19 at 00:37
After two or three occasions when I was in the same situation, I just decided to carry the base with you on a flash drive (I use Miranda). As a variant — to store in dropbox or similar proce. However, this is not an answer to the question, but I strongly doubt that there is a way to connect to ICQ, without receiving messages from the server.