What is Jabber
You do not need VPN to use Jabber when working remotely.
Your username when logging in will be your sNumber@griffith.edu.au for example firstname.lastname@example.org
Use Microsoft Teams to meet internal participants. If you having a team meeting, try using Microsoft Teams - an online meeting experience with audio, video, chat, screen sharing and document editing all in one place.
Jabber is useful For:
- Switching between an instant messaging chat to a one-to-one audio/video call or conference call
- Attending meetings held in a university video conference room
- Being contacted when you are not at your desk
- Accessing voicemail and missed phone calls
- Making and receiving calls from your 3G/4G or WIFI smartphones and tablets
- Creating contact groups used for calling directly from Jabber
- A single user in front of a webcam
- Collaborating with internal and external clients using your computer, phone or mobile device
- Eliminating the use of a specific room or location for a video conference call
Jabber for Windows
Jabber for Mac
Jabber for Mac application for Apple OS X 10.12 and earlier is no longer supported.
Jabber for mobile or tablet
You will need to download the app to use jabber on a mobile or tablet.
Installation and Quick Reference Guides
The Quick Reference guides cover topics such how to make a call using your computer or your video phone, receiving a call, forwarding a call, hold and resume a call and call history, as well as, using a phone authorisation code number.