Jabber server and client?

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Are you interested in installing Jabber server and client in the corporate network (300-400 Windows XP users).


That is necessary from the server:

  1. Installation on *nix-server
  2. Bulk add users (for example, integration with MS Active Directory (is this possible?))
  3. Saving logs of correspondence on the server



What we need from the client:

  1. Easy to install (preferably transparent to users)
  2. Organization as a multi-user chats, and sending personal messages
  3. The presence of multicast messages
  4. The ability to transfer files
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OpenFire — almost a thousand users now feel great, you can write your own plugins your own, or based on what you've written.
A good solution for those who badly knows erlang.
Really better OpenFire don't know anything just.
It's probably about 4-5 years.
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probably ejabberd and pidgin, anything better is still not up:)
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Openfire Server
Spark / Psi
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We have a bunch of OpenFire (server) and Spark (client for Windows), Kopete (Linux client machines).
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OpenFire despite its java-based no brakes.
OpenFire can interact with MySQL and other databases, and LDAP (AD) for user authentication.
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In any other jabber server I had ever seen.
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Openfire as the server. No it is not necessary to know erlang, convenient web-GUI.
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Psi, Miranda, (you can sharpen corporate identity, to remove all the excess), or even much-loved some of the new kvip as a client.
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The easiest for the VA and the familiar client — QIP, for people who want flexibility — Miranda. Well, the rest of the Psi, Pidgin, tkabber, etc (whatever is more convenient to let it uses)
From Jabber server — Ejabberd.
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ejabberd
psi?
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