Extensible Messaging and Presence Protocol (previously known as Jabber) is a layer 7 networking protocol for realtime text messaging. It is an open standard with a decentralised architecture, allowing anyone to run their own server. It is used as the underlying protocol by Google Talk.

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xmpp / ejabberd. show presence of a user to all other users

I'm using ejabberd to implement a web "live chat". At one point during my experimentation I had it so when you logged in the client would show the presence of all other logged in users. After many ...
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Openfire Installation Issue - Can't Login to admin panel

I am trying to get Openfire to install on an Ubuntu virtual machine, however upon completing the web based installer, I am unable to login to the admin panel. So far I: downloaded Debian installer ...
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Using Jabber to send network messages

We have a requirement to send desktop alerts to various users (compliance, production) across a network when other users have submitted content online for a report. At present we are using NET SEND ...
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Port mirroring as a Windows service

Is anyone familiar with a port mirroring or port translation tool for Windows (2k8 if it makes a difference)? I have an installation of Openfire that needs to run over 443, however, it doesn't support ...
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Server/Systems monitoring with Jabber?

I was just thinking about how Jabber and IM systems in general deal in "presence notification". I thought it'd be a neat hack to have a server (or possibly an individual application) log on to a ...