M-Link XMPP Server Evaluation
M-Link is Isode's Instant Messaging server based on the XMPP (eXtensible Messaging and Presence) protocol. You can read more about M-Link here.
Who is this evaluation for?
This evaluation is for customers looking to set up and run an XMPP service at their own domain, for IM communications internally or with other XMPP services.
This document addresses the needs of those who wish to evaluate Isode's M-Link XMPP Server as a standalone service. The M-Link XMPP server uses an LDAP directory to hold user information (either our own M-Vault directory, Active Directory or other LDAP directory). The download pages for your platform, listed below, include links to our M-Vault server and the evaluation guide assumes you'll be using M-Vault for user data.
A further evaluation guide is available for use of XMPP in Constrained Link Environments.
At the end of this evaluation you will have:
- Installed M-Link as a single-node XMPP service.
- Set up some sample users of the XMPP service.
- Exchanged XMPP Messages between XMPP Clients.
- Set up both ad-hoc and permanent Multi User Chat rooms.
- Set up and used Isode's GUI management tools for M-Link.
To download the program files you'll need an evaluation password, you can request one using this short form. When we receive the completed form we'll also send you the licence file you'll need to run the packages successfully.
You can download the evaluation documentation without logging in.
|M-Link XMPP Evaluation Guide|
|M-Link and Active Directory Evaluation Guide|
|M-Link Administration Guide|
Program Files (32-bit)
|RHEL (& CentOS)||Solaris 10 (SPARC)||Windows Server|
Program Files (64-bit)
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