June 16, 2018

bopup.it domain is moved to it.bopup.com website

We experienced issues with our www.bopup.it website that contains information in Italian language that stopped work few months ago. The problem was in our registrar so we decide to move it to a subdomain at it.bopup.com Now the website is working so our customers from Italy may access it to read informaiton about Bopup IM software and download fully localized setup packages of the messenger apps in Italian language.

Visit it.bopup.com website in Italian language

June 15, 2018

Available pricing for rebranding feature

Pricing for IM client rebranding feature is now available and the service is offered for purchase. The rebranding function allows to remove Bopup brand from IM client applications and replace it within a custom brand name. This lets get the messengers branded to customer's company name, for example to name the software as Clinic Messenger or My Office Messenger.

Branding client messengers from the server console

Pricing for the Rebrand functionality is based on annual subscription and it depends on a number of connections supported by IM server license so it is an extra fee for $10 US per each messenger connection. For example, for 10 connections the rebrand function costs additional $100 per year (10 x $10), and for 25 messengers the subscription costs $250, and etc.

The Rebrand function is not mandatory and it is offered as extra service for additional cost. Customers even they did not purchase the Rebrand service are still able to use standard built-in functionality to place and display company logo in the messenger clients with a custom URL.

We also added pricing for the Rebrand service to our calculation form on the website at https://www.bopup.com/order/#calculator where the "Include Rebrand feature" checkbox is now available.

Know more about IM client branding function in Bopup Communication Server

June 9, 2018

Our websites have been moved to HTTPS

HTTPS encryption protects the channel between your browser and the website you’re visiting, ensuring no one in the middle can tamper with the traffic or spy on what you’re doing. Without that encryption, someone with access to your router or ISP could intercept information sent to websites or inject malware into otherwise legitimate pages.


Starting from July 2018 the popular Chrome web browser will mark all HTTP sites as insecure that may cause "trust" issues for visitors even a website works correctly and does not violate user's privacy.

No any changes come to end-users. They all will be able to browse our websites and download links using previous names. Web browsers now automatically forward to HTTPS address.