Samuel Morales has invited you to use Google Talk
smorales at aquaveo.com
Wed Feb 29 14:00:36 MST 2012
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On Wed, Feb 29, 2012 at 1:58 PM, Samuel Morales <smorales at aquaveo.com>wrote:
> Samuel Morales has invited you to sign up for Google Talk so you can talk
> to each other for free over your computers.
> To sign-up, go to:
> Google Talk is a downloadable Windows* application that offers:
> - Free calls over your computer anytime, from anywhere, and for as long as
> you want
> - A simple and intuitive user interface for sending instant messages or
> making calls--no clutter, pop-ups or ads
> - Superior voice quality through just a microphone and computer speaker
> - Fast file transfers with no restrictions on file type
> After signing-up, download Google Talk and sign in with your new Google
> Account username and password.
> You can then begin inviting anyone you want to talk to for free.
> Google Talk works with any computer speaker and microphone, such as the
> ones built-in to many PC laptops today,
> as well as with wired and wireless headsets and USB phones. Google Talk
> also works across all firewalls.
> Google Talk is still in beta. Just like with Gmail, we're working hard to
> add features and make improvements,
> so we might also ask for your comments and suggestions periodically. We
> appreciate your help in making it even better!
> The Google Talk Team
> To learn more about Google Talk before signing up, visit:
> (If clicking the URLs in this message does not work, copy and paste them
> into the address bar of your browser).
> * Not a Windows user? No problem. You can also connect to the Google Talk
> service from any platform using third-party clients
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