Lets-Chat alternatives and similar tools
Based on the "Messaging" category.
Alternatively, view Lets-Chat alternatives based on common mentions on social networks and blogs.
ejabberd7.9 8.9 Lets-Chat VS ejabberdRobust, Ubiquitous and Massively Scalable Messaging Platform (XMPP, MQTT, SIP Server)
Openfire7.2 9.5 L1 Lets-Chat VS OpenfireAn XMPP server licensed under the Open Source Apache License.
Kaiwa5.3 0.0 L4 Lets-Chat VS Kaiwa[UNMAINTAINED] A modern XMPP Web client
Prosody IM4.4 9.7 Lets-Chat VS Prosody IMIMPORTANT: due to a drive failure, as of 13-Mar-2021, the Mercurial repository had to be re-mirrored, which changed every commit SHA. The old SHAs and trees are backed up in the vault branches. Please migrate to the new branches as soon as you can.
Metronome IM3.1 6.5 Lets-Chat VS Metronome IMMetronome IM, lightweight xmpp server with advanced microblogging features.
Tigase2.6 0.0 L1 Lets-Chat VS TigaseTigase XMPP server patched for Kontalk
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They vary from L1 to L5 with "L5" being the highest.
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A self-hosted chat app for small teams built by Security Compass.
Features and Stuff
- BYOS (bring your own server)
- Persistent messages
- Multiple rooms
- Private and password-protected rooms
- New message alerts / notifications
- Mentions (hey @you/@all)
- Image embeds / Giphy search
- Code pasting
- File uploads (Local / Amazon S3 / Azure)
- Transcripts / Chat History (with search)
- XMPP Multi-user chat (MUC)
- 1-to-1 chat between XMPP users
- Local / Kerberos / LDAP authentication
- Hubot Adapter
- REST-like API
- Basic i18n support
- MIT Licensed
For installation instructions, please use the following links:
Support & Problems
We have a troubleshooting document, otherwise please use our mailing list for support issues and questions.
Bugs and feature requests
Have a bug or a feature request? Please first read the issue guidelines and search for existing and closed issues. If your problem or idea is not addressed yet, please open a new issue.
Let's Chat documentation is hosted in the wiki. If there is an inaccuracy in the documentation, please open a new issue.
Please read through our contributing guidelines. Included are directions for opening issues, coding standards, and notes on development.
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