Desktop Webmail Chat
Version 10 Webmail now provides an array of chat and real-time messaging capabilities.
The Webmail client
lists online users and allows file sharing/video calls from within the browser.
You can also invite third parties to participate in interactive video/audio chat. Chat sessions are fully secured and all communications can be fully encrypted.
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Jabber/XMPP Chat Service
The XMPP service allows desktop and mobile XMPP/Jabber clients to connect and participate in video calls.
These clients provide the same functionality as other messaging clients (like Skype/Messenger), however communication can be restricted within your
organization and can be encrypted.
Desktop users can also install chat/video chat clients (like Jitsi) to provide messaging capabilities.
Mobile Webmail Video Chat
Your mobile device can now be used to place video calls, share files and chat with your colleagues.
MailEnable has integrated JSXC
with both mobile and webmail clients. This provides a powerful real time messaging and
collaboration solution within the context of your organization.
You can also facilitate chat sessions with people who are not registered in your postoffice. If you add a contact who is external then the user will be
sent a message providing them with a temporary login and a URL.
When the person signs in, they will be visible in your roster and will be able to engage in text and video chat.
The following table outlines the availability of version 10 features in respective editions.
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the MailEnable sales team to discuss your business needs.
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