OneTeam is an open source, free multi-network instant messaging client that enables the user to chat with friends and colleagues online. The interface and features of this free chat client makes for a great chatting experience. One important feature of OneTeam free chat client is that it supports multi-threaded, multi- user chats which are of great use when you need to have multiple conversations at a point of time.
OneTeam comes loaded with features like a highly evolved chat window, feature to allow the user to follow threads and reply, make an active voice call etc. OneTeam is available in a variety of versions, which enables it to be used on the desktop, via an Internet browser, or via an iPhone or iPad.
- A single platform for communicating with everyone : OneTeam allows users to chat with all their contacts across multiple different networks, including AIM/MobileMe, ICQ, MSN/Windows Live, Yahoo!, GoogleTalk and Twitter
- Free conversation archiving: OneTeam automatically saves all conversations on a secure server or on the local device (in the case of the iPhone solution). There is no charge for this service and conversations can be saved for an indefinite period of time.
- Free use of conference rooms: OneTeam allows users to easily create conference rooms, where multiple users can converse in real time. There are no size limits: over a thousand people can join the conversation with no impact on messaging performance.
- Automatic message holding: When users are not online, OneTeam automatically stores their messages and delivers them to their in-boxes when they log back in. No messages are lost, making instant messaging as reliable as voicemail and email.
- Tight data security: All instant messaging discussions are protected using encryption (StartTLS or SSL) and corporate users can also connect via a secure virtual private network (VPN).
- XMPP compliance: OneTeam can be used as part of an enterprise instant messaging solution, because it can be used to send and receive instant messages using any XMPP-based instant messaging server.
- [advt]Simple account management: It is quick and easy to set up a OneTeam account to start sending instant messages. Alternatively, if users have an existing XMPP account, such as with GMail or jabber.org, they can re-use the account that they have already got.
- Cost effective to use: OneTeam Desktop and OneTeam for Firefox can be downloaded free of charge. There is a small cost for OneTeam for iPhone (see the version), but users of this solution can send and receive instant messages via their iPhone using their existing data plan, so there is no per-message cost.
- Suitable for Wifi, 3G and Edge networks: OneTeam can be used as part of an enterprise instant messaging solution, because it can be used to send and receive instant messages using any XMPP-based instant messaging server.