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A full featured Jabber client for the web. It is the same stand alone chat client which is built into the inTouch communications suite. Claros Chat is well tested with Google Talk and it supports all major browsers such as Internet Explorer, Firefox, Safari, Mozilla. With a minimalistic and elegant user interface, Claros Chat looks much like a desktop application.

 


Jabber Based
Works with any Jabber server, including Google Talk.
Works in browser
Works 100% within the browser, no setup neither any plugins required.
Ajax Based
It is a 100% Ajax application, with a clean and nice user interface.
Platform and Browser Independent
Supports all major browsers and operating systems.
Java
It is built using standard JSP/Servlets can run on any Java capable operating system.
Notifications
It can display user avatars including your own besides alert a sound on a new message.
Smileys
Supports many of the emotions with MSN like smileys.
Supports Transports
Chat with any network(MSN, AIM...) with a suitable gateway installed.



Download here. full version. no spyware, no malware, no ads. It is only free software.

Version 1.0

This software requires a JSP/Servlet container(such as Apache Tomcat), Sun JDK 1.4 or 1.5 and MySQL to run.

 

  Please see the HOWTO's for the installation instructions
Claros inTouch 2.1
Claros inTouch Devel 2.2 Beta
Claros Chat 1.0
Claros Mini 1.0

Claros Chat Installation,

Installing Claros Chat couldn't be easier.

1. Unzip the claros-x.y-zip.
2. Create a new database called chat (or whatever you like) at MySQL (MySQL command -> "create database chat"
3. Run the SQL script at the SQL directory. (Type at shell prompt -> "mysql -u root -p chat < chat-mysql.sql"
4. There is a file called chat.war in the archive. Drop it into the webapps directory of Apache Tomcat
2. Start Tomcat
3. Edit the config.xml file, Hint: simply change your database password.
4. Restart tomcat

That's it. You can access the Claros...


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