Openfire is a real-time communication server implementing the XMPP and WebRTC protocols with a SIP gateway. It offers a very large number of features and a great admin panel, and the source code is available under the Apache 2.0 license.
- Full standard XMPP feature set
- WebRTC videoconference (Now for Chrome only, soon for Firefox) via Jitsi Meet
- Web chat interface
- Screen sharing
- Active speaker identification
- Encryption (done by clients)
- Runs on standard GNU/Linux server (and perhaps even Windows)
- OpenLDAP user integration available
- Some users can be in a browser and others with an XMPP client
- Web-based admin panel
- Meeting planner (email notifications of upcoming meetings)
- Fastpath (managed queued chat requests, such as a support team might use)
- PDF Presentations
- Post-it scrum board
- Collaborative drawing (whiteboard)
- Collaborative text editing (alpha)
- SIP integration: Phone-in and call out phone numbers to the conference
- Recording a conference
- Remote Control with copy-paste (Beta)
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