First of all, you have to have chat
software on your machine. You can go to the mIRC site to download this
from the chat information page.
AOL users: This is IMPORTANT:
Log onto AOL to get online, then minimize the AOL window, so it
won't be in the way.
Click on the mIRC icon a window will open
with mIRC32 at the top. You'll also see an "About
mIRC" window, too. You don't need it to get into the
chat room, so click on the X in that window to close it.
Then you'll see a "mIRC Options" window open with
Connect highlighted. Scroll down the IRC server list until you come to Undernet.
You can also select a location if you
wish in the slot under the IRC server list, but this isn't necessary.
For your nickname, I suggest you
use at least part of your name and your surgery #, if you have
one. This server doesn't allow long nicks, but you can use your surgery #
and/or baby's name to identify yourself. Here's an example:
"Sue#95" or "JimAmy#56". Many folks will ask what number
surgery you were and what your baby's name is. If you are
visiting the chat room for information, you could use a nickname
identifying yourself in another way, for example: Millers_TX or
If you have any further questions, e-mail Angel: email@example.com
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