Create Your Own Instant Messaging/Chat Server Using “Openfire” in Linux

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85 Responses

  1. Aman shukla says:

    I want to use the client server on fine and want to access from my android phone
    Please suggest me client server app for android
    Alternate of spark

  2. Abhilash says:

    I have successfully configured openfire server . It is working fine with spark .

    Now I want to give an option on my website to enable chat for the users . Is there any way to integrate spark in website ( if they have some web based version) or any alternate solution for this ?

  3. Sanjeevi says:

    I integrated open fire with windows Active directory but after change the password of domain user it is not effect in client messenger spark please suggest to me how to resolve the issue.

  4. jidendra says:

    When i setup file , then forget password . how to get password ?

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