Le 16/12/2015 02:36, Ying LEE a écrit :
> When a guest visits a website, he may wants to ask help. This
> application is usually called live help. Actually there are a lot of
> solutions based on database already, such
> as https://livehelperchat.com/. And such a kind of application can
> forward the message to and from XMPP client so that the guest can chat
> with some staff, who is using XMPP client.
> I am wondering whether there is a pure XMPP solution. In other words,
> the guest uses anonymous account of XMPP and then chat with someone.

This is really a simple answer to your question, but have a look at
Personnally, I'm using jappix with a MUC and anonymous so people can
contact me with a simple web browser. But I have to be logged in to my
XMPP account.
Jappix mini might be a better solution for your use case.


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