You can take a look at XMPP and see if any server implementation matches
your requirements and if any client accepts SSO.
On Sun, Feb 27, 2011 at 8:11 PM, imduffy <imduffy15 at gmail.com> wrote:
> I'm looking for recommendations on LAN instant messaging system(Hopefully
> both for windows and linux.)
>> At the moment I have a mixed environment of windows and linux(ubuntu)
> clients all of which auth against an active directory/ldap server.
>> I want the user to be able to communicate with other users over the instant
> messaging client. However I want the user to be automatically signed into
> the IM client on login to their windows/gnome session.
>> I was looking at using OpenFire and Spark IM with PKI based auth. The
> private keys would be automatically generated for each user when deploying
> the system. I would hope to store them in My
> as a hidden file(with strict permissions of course). I would then launch
> Spark IM with a batch-script/gnome-session-startup-script. However, from
> what I've read Spark IM doesn't have much documentation for PKI and its
>> What would you guys recommend?
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