Instant Messaging Administration Guide

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Oracle Communications Instant Messaging Server Administration Guide

This guide describes how to administer Oracle Communications Instant Messaging Server (formerly Sun Java System Instant Messaging). Instant Messaging enables secure, real-time communication and collaboration, combining presence awareness with instant messaging capabilities such as chat, conferences, alerts, news, polls, and file transfers to create a rich collaborative environment.

This guide pertains to Instant Messaging versions 7.3 through 8.3. For Instant Messaging 9, see Instant Messaging 9 Administration Guide.

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Page: Configuring Instant Messaging After Installation Page: Setting up and Launching Instant Messenger Page: Configuring Instant Messaging for High Availability (Oracle Solaris Only) Page: Instant Messaging Configuration File and Directory Structure Overview Page: Enabling Single Sign-On (SSO) for Instant Messaging Page: Configuring Hosted Domain Support Page: Administering Instant Messaging Components Page: Federating Deployment of Multiple Instant Messaging Servers Page: Optimizing an Instant Messaging Server Pool By Using the Redirect Server Page: Scaling an Instant Messaging Deployment By Using Server Pooling Page: Using Shoal for Server Pool Messaging Page: Securing Instant Messaging Using TLS and Legacy SSL Page: Configuring the Voice Chat Page: Administering Instant Messaging End Users Page: Configuring Instant Messaging and Presence Service Protocol Page: Configuring LDAP Failover for Instant Messaging Page: Configuring Java Message Service Support for Calendar Server Alerts Page: Instant Messaging Server New Features Page: SMS Gateway for Instant Messaging Page: Multiuser Chat Support for IMPS Page: Gateways for AIM, MSN, and Yahoo Page: Configure Command Page: Managing Archiving for Instant Messaging Page: Migrating the Property Store From File to LDAP Page: Migrating the Multiplexor Certificate and Enabling SSL Page: Managing Instant Messaging's LDAP Access Configuration Page: Managing Instant Messaging and Presence Policies Page: Managing Instant Messenger Page: Managing Logging for Instant Messaging Page: Troubleshooting and Monitoring Instant Messaging Page: Using Calendar Pop-up Reminders Page: Using the Instant Messaging XMPP and HTTP Gateway Page: Configuring External Gateways with Instant Messenger Page: Switching httpbind from servlet to async Mode Page: Writing a Custom SSO Module for Instant Messaging Server Page: Performance, Scalability, and Sizing Considerations for Instant Messaging Page: Reference Information Page: Instant Messaging Configuration Parameters in iim.conf Page: Instant Messaging XMPP and HTTP Gateway Configuration Parameters in httpbind.conf Page: Instant Messaging imadmin Tool Reference Page: Instant Messaging APIs Page: Instant Messaging LDAP Schema

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