Interested in installing a Jabber server and client in a corporate network (300-400 Windows XP users).
What you need from the server:
Installing on * nix-server
Mass adding users (for example, integration with MS Active Directory (does this happen?))
Save correspondence logs on the server
What you need from a client:
Easy installation (preferably transparent to users)
Organization of both multi-user chats and sending personal messages
Availability of multicast messages
Ability to transfer files < br />
A good solution for those who do not know Erlang.
Really better than OpenFire, I just don’t know anything.
It probably has about 4-5 years.
Spark / Psi
OpenFire despite its java base does not slow down.
OpenFire can interact with MySQL and other databases, as well as with LDAP (AD) for user authentication.
I have never seen anything like this in any other jabber server.
So choose. - helen michelle
Psi, Miranda (you can sharpen under the corporate identity, remove all unnecessary) or even the new Quip as a client so loved by some
From Jabber servers - Ejabberd.
Any clients (I personally have Psi Plus or QutIM).
Web Modra (jwchat) is working.
Even notes on the server (Tested Psi Plus).
I had a similar situation when I did a bunch of LDAP.
But communication with Yevgeny Khramtsov gave a positive result.
Two days later there was a new module. Very well communicated.
And fruitful and pleasant. - cyrus
Client: Miranda IM. Open source, stability, plugins, customizability, customizability in a square, customizability in 9000th degree.
And it's really convenient to set up. Especially those who are not used to edit configs.
Server: I won’t say anything sensible, I’ll just say that something with the possibility of autonomous (without administrator participation) registration and stably working is quite enough.