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Liferay Administration Guide

Liferay Administration Guide

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THE administration guide provided by Liferay
THE administration guide provided by Liferay

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Liferay's Chat portlet gives you a convenient way of allowing your users to send
each other instant messages when they are logged into your web site. It appears as a
bar at the bottom of every page, showing who is logged on, their statuses, and any
chats the logged-in user has had open.

The Chat portlet is very simple to use. To change the settings, click Settings. Here
you can set your status, whether to show if you are online, and whether to play a
sound if someone sends you a message while you have the window or tab in the back-

The portlet shows you the number of your friends who are online. To chat with
one of them, click the Online Friends link and then click the friend's name. You can
then begin chatting with him or her. You can have multiple chats open at a time, and



Illustration 60: Liferay's Chat Portlet

Liferay Collaboration Suite

even have one or more of them minimized.
The Chat portlet is distributed with the Liferay bundles, but is not included as
part of the .war distribution, as it is a separate plugin. If you installed the Liferay .war
manually on your application server, you can install the Chat portlet by going to the
Control Panel, clicking Plugins Installation, and then clicking the Install More Portlets
button. Find the Chat portlet in the list, click on it, and then click Install.

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