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Add support for 3rd party IM clients by including an XMPP server

Truly merge IM messaging into the mailserver with XMPP, especially sinds xmpp also uses e-mail adressing in their system. This way internet messaging is possible to other jabber / xmpp servers, withoud the hassel of keeping up extra im software and creating all user accounts twice...once for e-mail and once for IM

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  • Malvin Chang commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    It would be good to add certain control like limit on the size of file being transfer, limit file transfer to own domain only, enable/disable file transfer/IM per account, limit IM to same domain user only on a per account basis, etc.

  • Austin Gomes commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    Yes. An app not only for iphone but also for android & windows phone should be made available.

  • Jim Songer commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    Any option to integrate with XMPP, either through Comagent or another IM server, would be extremely appreciated by my customers.

  • Jaco van der Merwe commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    An alternative may be to introduce flexibility in CA, to enable the use of a 3rd-party XMPP server (ie. eJabberD) for IM exchange & make use of some form of directory service (LDAP or AD) for unified user admin.
    The use of an external messaging service could then open the possibility to a unified comms system, as some VoIP systems (Asterisk, FreePBX, etc) already feature some form of integration for the XMPP protocol

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