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com is the introduction of a free, universal chat service based on the Jabber protocol that enables users of other popular chat services (MSN, Yahoo, AOL and ICQ) to consolidate all of these accounts into one account, accessible via a fully functional web-based client, or other Jabber protocol client-side software.
com's commercial software products are in full conformity with the Jabber protocol (XMPP) and open source implementations provided by the Jabber open source project.
In order to properly support the Jabber protocol, Prospero developed and integrated an innovative server system with its robust collaboration platform that maintains key context elements essential to the dynamics of online communities, such as user privileges, access restrictions, moderation tools, favorite lists and profiles.