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Jabber updates chat software

Jabber, located in Denver, released Version 1.8 of its open-source instant messenger client based on XML (Extensible Markup Language). Available for download from the company's Web site, the instant messenger gives consumers more control over IM contacts, a way to automatically reconnect to the service, a new system for logging on, and the ability to use multiple profiles. Jabber, which bases its releases on the work of open-source project Jabber.org, also released Version 1.2 of its Commercial Server. The new server includes a tool for managing user IDs, among other performance and management upgrades.

Jabber, located in Denver, released Version 1.8 of its open-source instant messenger client based on XML (Extensible Markup Language). Available for download from the company's Web site, the instant messenger gives consumers more control over IM contacts, a way to automatically reconnect to the service, a new system for logging on, and the ability to use multiple profiles.

Jabber, which bases its releases on the work of open-source project Jabber.org, also released Version 1.2 of its Commercial Server. The new server includes a tool for managing user IDs, among other performance and management upgrades.