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Live Chat Software
I know the hotly debated what is the best live chat software has come up a few times, but what about these new ones that include these new XMPP/jabber "open" solutions.
No more being locked down to the windows only application many good (great) old software still holds to heart (kayako grr).
The above three seem very good in their own ways, but none of them let you host it on your own server or offer an owned licenses solution. Huge let down imo, anyone know of anything reasonable?
p.s. I found one which lets you host and buy it our right for $400 (rip off) for only a basic function of a webform and XMPP backend. The interface looks pathetic and so does their website.
I use LiveZilla for live support and for me as long as the visitor can pop up an window and talk to me ... I can do support.
I'd recommend Kayako Live Response for you
I use LiveZilla and it's great, also has rich base function feature. And hosted in own server.
Shameful, no one actually read. We've been with Kayako for over 3 years, but their live support is still a windows only application even after our request 3 years ago and I'm assuming many more from others.
That's why these new XMPP/Jabber based chat software is of interest.
maybe you can look for LiveZilla
I'd recommend LiveZilla
, effective Live Chat Software
May I ask why you are interested to host the live chat software on your own servers?
Also I want to use XMPP/Jabber based chat software because of I can't provide live chat through PC but I can provide live chat thorough my mobile(using jabber)
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livezilla will be the best software for live chat
I don't defined solution attaching instruction.
Livezilla has always been my app of choice for webchats. Its easy to setup, easy to teach, and most importantly, easy for the client to figure out.
Livezilla is the best support i can get
Seems like no one is reading what the OP is after ? :-) Anyways Andrew have you checked comm100 ? It seems like a pretty good option for you as its browser based !!
Check into Openfire --
It is a xmpp/jabber based chat server... Also open source/free
Works rather well, we used to use it.
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