Instant Messaging 9 Administration Guide

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Oracle Communications Instant Messaging Server 9 Administration Guide

This guide describes how to administer Oracle Communications Instant Messaging Server 9. Instant Messaging enables secure, real-time communication and collaboration, combining presence awareness with instant messaging capabilities such as chat, conferences, and file transfers to create a rich collaborative environment.

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Page: Administering Instant Messaging 9 End Users Page: Administering Instant Messaging Server 9 Components Page: Completing the Instant Messaging 9 Initial Configuration Page: Configuring External Gateways with Instant Messaging 9 Page: Configuring Instant Messaging 9.0.1.4.0 Calendar Agent with Calendar Server 7 Page: Configuring Instant Messaging 9 and Presence Service Protocol Page: Configuring Instant Messaging 9 Calendar Agent with Calendar Server 6 by Using Event Notification Server Page: Configuring Instant Messaging 9 Calendar Agent with Calendar Server 6 by Using Java Message Queue Page: Configuring Instant Messaging 9 for High Availability Page: Configuring LDAP Failover for Instant Messaging 9 Page: Configuring the Instant Messaging 9 HTTPBIND Gateway Page: Configuring the Instant Messaging 9 Web Presence API Page: Configuring the Instant Messaging Server 9 Facebook Gateway Page: Configuring the SIP Gateway with Instant Messaging 9 Page: Configuring the SMS Gateway with Instant Messaging 9 Page: Enabling Single Sign-On (SSO) for Instant Messaging 9 Page: Federating Instant Messaging Server 9 Deployments with External Servers on XMPP or non-XMPP Networks Page: Instant Messaging 9.0.1.4.0 APIs Page: Instant Messaging 9 APIs Page: Instant Messaging 9 Configuration File and Directory Structure Overview Page: Instant Messaging 9 Configuration Properties Page: Instant Messaging 9 imadmin Tool Reference Page: Instant Messaging 9 LDAP Schema Page: Instant Messaging 9 XMPP and HTTP Gateway Configuration Parameters in httpbind.conf Page: Instant-Messaging Availability Based on Calendar Entries Page: Instant Messaging iwadmin Tool Reference Page: Instant Messaging Server 9 imconfutil Tool Reference Page: Instant Messaging Server 9 Password Tool Reference Page: Managing Archiving for Instant Messaging 9 Page: Managing Instant Messaging 9 and Presence Policies Page: Managing Instant Messaging 9 Messages for Offline Users Page: Managing LDAP Access Configuration for Instant Messaging 9 Page: Managing Logging for Instant Messaging 9 Page: Migrating the Multiplexor Certificate and Enabling SSL in Instant Messaging 9 Page: Migrating the Property Store From File to LDAP in Instant Messaging 9 Page: Monitoring Instant Messaging Server 9 Page: Multiuser Chat Support for IMPS in Instant Messaging 9 Page: Performance, Scalability, and Sizing Considerations for Instant Messaging 9 Page: Scaling an Instant Messaging 9 Deployment By Using Server Pooling Page: Securing Instant Messaging 9 By Using TLS and Legacy SSL Page: Setting Up and Configuring Hosted Domain Support in Instant Messaging 9 Page: Troubleshooting and Monitoring Instant Messaging 9 Page: Using Calendar Pop-up Reminders in Instant Messaging 9 Page: Using Shoal for Server Pool Messaging in Instant Messaging 9 Page: Using the Instant Messaging 9 XMPP and HTTP Gateway Page: Web Presence API for Providing Instant-Messaging Presence Information to Web Applications

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