'Openfire Administration' Build an Instant Messaging Network using the Openfire Server

Packt's new book using Openfire to develop a secure Instant Messenger network, by Linux.com's contributing editor Mayank Sharma. This book teaches users to set up an IM service, and connect and integrate VoIP with users over external IM networks.
By: Sneha Vaidya
Oct. 10, 2008 - PRLog -- Openfire is a free, open-source and full featured Jabber-based Instant Messaging server written in Java. This book teaches users to install and run Openfire, and configure different IM clients over Windows and Linux to allow only secured connections. Users will learn the advantages of IM over other communication modes as well as Openfire's features.
Through this book, system administrators will learn to connect with users over external IM networks, add users via a Directory Server like OpenLDAP and Active Directory, and import or export users and groups from other networks. They will also be shown how to add users from a remote network, transfer files across servers, and set up a server-to-server communication and an Openfire cluster with connection managers.
System Administrators experienced in managing servers on any operating system will find this book useful. The book is out now and is available from Packt. For more information, please visit: http://www.packtpub.com/step-by-step-guide-to-openfire-administration/book

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