You can add one or more server communities to your client so that you can communicate with members of those server communities.
Read these topics to learn more about server communities and how to add them to your client.
Some features described here are only available if your organization has an Sametime
® Standard or Advanced software license.
What is a server community?Parent topic: Sametime Connect FAQs
A server community is a group of people belonging to the same directory or user registry, such as your corporate directory, or external server communities outside of your organization. Your administrator determines which server communities are available to you.
How do I connect to more than one server community?
You connect to a server community by adding it to your client and logging in to it. When you add a server community, an icon such as this
shows at the top of your Sametime contact list window for that server community. This icon indicates whether or not you are logged in to the server community and your availability status, such as "I am Available," as shown in the server community icon above.
How do I chat with people who are members of a public instant messaging network?
Your system administrator might connect one of your Sametime server communities to one or more public instant messaging networks, allowing you to chat with members of these networks.