MailEnable Enterprise Guide
XMPP - General
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Chat Status


Disables access to chat.

Enabled for Everyone

All mailboxes across the server can access chat service.

Configured per Postoffice

Mailbox access to the chat service is controlled at the postoffice level.

Enable XMPP socket connections This allows chat clients to connect to the chat service using XMPP.
Enable XMPP BOSH connections This allows chat clients to use the BOSH protocol to connect to the chat service. This protocol is mainly used by web based chat clients or ones on mobile devices.
Enable SOCKS5 / bytestream proxy

This provides a faster and more compatible way of file transfer between chat clients. It supports file transfer using bytestreams and can also act as a intermediary between clients that do no have a common transfer method. This allows you to send files between chat clients that could otherwise not send files.

Advertise TLS Support Enabling this indicates that users can use a secure connection to the server. This will allow you to support both secure and non-secure connections. Make sure you have an SSL certificate selected in your localhost properties before enabling this option.
Require TLS Support Enabling this forces any chat client to use a secure connection. Non-secure connections are dropped.