Chat Client

Posted on 2011-05-09
Last Modified: 2012-06-21

We would like to set up some kind of central chat services on our desktop computers. We have 100 desktop computers for customers located on 3 different floors of one buidling. The service desk for help  is located on first floor. We would like our customers to use  some kind of chat system to request for asistance from the service desk.

Is there any product available in the market to do this?
Question by:auraria
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    Try this server-less Lan messenger.
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    Yahoo IM is free and works fine for a couple clients of mine for similar use. It supports both IM and chat.

     - Tom

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    We have more than 20,000 customers who could potentially use of of our computer. So we can't use any solution that needs accounts to be created for each user.
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    This messenger doesn't need any accounts creation.

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