[nSLUG] chat server for small office?
oliver at hytek.org
Fri Feb 5 17:01:47 AST 2010
Stephen Gregory wrote:
> At my work we are going to install a chat server for about a dozen
> people. Currently people are using a mix of Google Talk and MSN. My
> first inclination is to install an irc server.
> Should I install something else instead?
> We don't need a full on "collaboration server." Just easy chat. We need
> something that has both Linux and Windows clients. The server will only
> run on our intranet and doesn't need to connect to other servers or
> networks. Open source is preferred.
At work I am running a centralized XMPP/ejabberd
(http://www.ejabberd.im/) on our corporate network across 3 continents
and it works well.
Officially supported client is Pidgin for Linux and Windows, but some of
the Windows users have elected to use Trillian as a client which works
I hope this helps.
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