Babble is a chat, discussion, and instant messaging server and client, which allows users to send encrypted instant messages, have private conversations, and create and participate in private or public chat rooms and discussions.
A single DBabble chat server can support thousands of simultaneous online users and can optionally be isolated from outside communication. The appearance of the Windows client is also customizable and you can even change almost every piece of text visible to your users.
You can either download the fully functional but time limited server, try it out yourself on our public server at or read more about features of DBabble below. You can easily change the name from DBabble to whatever you want (e.g. DBabble users can be either authenticated via a POP server, use DBabble's built in authentication system, or an external authentication module.
When a user sends a message, it does not disappear from their screen until it has been successfully delivered to every recipient's account on the server.
A connected client can not remain connected for more than a few seconds if it has not received every message waiting to be delivered to it.
All server management needs can be performed from within the DBabble user interface, by any user with administrator privileges.
For increased security, this can be restricted to be allowed only from specified IP addresses.
Users are able to tell DBabble to send any new articles in specified groups to them directly via Email or as instant messages.
Discussions can also be marked as private and allow only certain users to read and/or post to them.
If you have any questions or need any help at all please email us at [email protected] we will be happy to help you. Netwin have available external authentication modules for Unix Passwords, NT Passwords, My SQL, LDAP and more.
You can even write your own external authentication module to be used by DBabble.
DBabble provides discussion groups that can be created by any user who has permission to do so.