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23.04.2007 | NEW
Communications / Chat - Internet

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What is Jabber software from, what is it used for and how to use it?

JabberIM is a full-featured consumer and business instant messaging client for Windows. JabberIM is one of several Windows clients that are compatible with the Jabber technology. Features include AIM, ICQ, MSN, and Yahoo compatability; presence detection; IM blocking; instant text messaging; instant text conferencing; message history; and much more. Other features include file-transfer and text-editing features, an enhanced gateway setup, enhanced text conferencing, shortcut keys, shared groups, and SSL support (these require Jabber Commercial Server 2.1), as well as the ability to cancel file transfers in progress, and more.

Download and install Jabber safely and without concerns.

Jabber is a software product developed by and it is listed in Communications category under Chat - Internet. Jabber is a free software product and it is fully functional for an unlimited time although there may be other versions of this software product. You can run Jabber on all modern Windows OS operating systems. Jabber was last time updated on 23.04.2007 and it has 3,019 downloads on portal. Download and install Jabber safely and without concerns.
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