XMPP (Extensible Messaging and Presence Protocol), formerly known as Jabber, is an XML-based, open, free-to-use protocol for instant messaging and presence information exchange in near real-time mode. Originally designed to be easily extensible, the protocol, in addition to sending text messages, supports the voice, video and file transfer over the network. Unlike commercial instant messaging systems such as AIM, ICQ, WLM, and Yahoo, XMPP is a decentralized, extensible, and open system. Anyone can open their instant messaging server, register users on it and interact with other XMPP servers.
The “Service” module is located in the “Jabber” menu. When the module is opened, the “Jabber” and “Log” tabs will be displayed in the main window, and the “Jabber” tab will be active.
The “Jabber” tab. This tab displays the status of the service, the “Disable” button (or “Enable” if the module is disabled), and the latest log messages.
The “Log” tab displays a summary of all system messages of the corresponding servers with the date and time. The log is divided into pages, using the “forward” and “back” buttons it is possible to go from page to page, or enter the number of the desired page.
Log entries are highlighted in color depending on the type of message. Normal system messages are marked in white, system status messages (on / off, user connection) are green, warnings are yellow, errors are red.
In the upper right corner of the log is a search bar. And the ability to select the period for displaying the event log. By default, the log displays events for the current date. If necessary, you can save the log data to a file by clicking the “Export” button or delete the log data for a certain period by clicking the “Delete logs” button.