Tanya Google talk

by Alexander Lex-ON » Fri, 23 Apr 2010 00:51:33 GMT


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 Lagi iseng pingin nyobain google talk di spica tapi kok secara default dia
pakai email A yah, bagaimana cara sign out dan ganti ke account email yang
lain? Saya udah coba utak atik tapi ngga nemu cara ganti account lain. Mohon
bantuannya

Trims,
Alex

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Tanya Google talk

by Enya Anggia » Fri, 23 Apr 2010 00:59:00 GMT


 Emang gak bisa boss..
Kalo mau pake account yg beda ama amplop merah, pake 3rd client aja, kayak
ebuddy dll gitu..

Rgds,
Enya
~sent from ma GoogleMobile PC~




Lagi iseng pingin nyobain google talk di spica tapi kok secara default dia
pakai email A yah, bagaimana cara sign out dan ganti ke account email yang
lain? Saya udah coba utak atik tapi ngga nemu cara ganti account lain. Mohon
bantuannya

Trims,
Alex

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Tanya Google talk

by eko marssetiawan » Fri, 23 Apr 2010 02:01:11 GMT


 mungkin karena dianggap default email gmail kita ya cuma satu aj,
kenapa harus punya lebih dari satu email gmail?

cara solusinya ya pake aplikasi pihak ketiga aj bro...

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