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Internet Relay Chat (IRC) is an application layer protocol that facilitates communication in the form of text. The chat process works on a client/server networking model. IRC clients are computer programs that users can install on their system or web based applications running either locally in the browser or on 3rd party server. These clients communicate with chat servers to transfer messages to other clients. IRC is mainly designed for group communication in discussion forums, called channels, but also allows one-on-one communication via private messages as well as chat and data transfer, including file sharing.Client software is available for every major operating system that supports Internet access. As of April 2011, the top 100 IRC networks served more than half a million users at a time, with hundreds of thousands of channels operating on a total of roughly 1,500 servers out of roughly 3,200 servers worldwide. IRC usage has been declining steadily since 2003, losing 60% of its users (from 1 million to about 400,000 in 2012) and half of its channels (from half a million in 2003).
first wanted to greet all the members that are here in the forums. I registered today, but I have been reading this page for a while now.
In general, I'm quite familiar with Synology products and have experimented with some of them. I also have a Photostation for my relatives...
Since upgrade to iOS 13+ one of our iPhone has strange behavior related to notification badge for Syno Chat. There are several iOS devices with 13+ and 12+ iOS with correct operation, with one difference all of them work with SynoChat Win Desktop clients, except this one 13.2 iOS (problematic)...
New Beta for Chat -ver 2.2.0-1423
installed right now to my test NAS
client is still same (1.1.0-56 for Win, 2.5.0-423 iOS )
What is new and useful:
1. import of all NAS user automatically - hurray
2. Inserting files directly from NAS directory:
a) Windows client - as attachment, but not like...