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Re: Why is IRC still around?
From: Max Valdez <maxvalde () fis unam mx>
Date: Sat, 20 Nov 2004 12:26:29 -0600

On Friday 19 November 2004 3:31 pm, Poof wrote:
Wow, NICE analogy Jeff!

While IRC is here to stay... The future seems more like servers that're
only hosted through big companies/etc as most datacenters are 'forbidding'
use of IRC(Ports 6660-6669, 7000) on their network.

As any other service, you can put IRC on any port you want.

Max

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