On 13 Dec 2010, at 17:23, kevin wrote:
> One of our clients insisted on using MS LiveMeeting today. It is a Java
> app' and is supposed to work with Windows/Mac/Linux/Solaris - however it
> didn't actually work for anyone! As the lone Linux-head I half expected
> to have problems while everyone else worked away, in reality it never
> worked for me, didn't work for people using Macs and half worked for
> some of the Windows guys.
>> Is there similar tool sitting out there that works? I don't need fancy
> stuff - to be honest a basic conference call / speech only system would
> be fine for our uses - but I need it to work on different OS's and
> support ~6 people at once.
>> Can I do multiple users on Ekiga?
Skype works fine on Linux, OS-X and WIndows and can conference up to 24 people,
who can be Skype users or regualr or cell phones too (though you will pay for
calls to those).
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