This may seem weird, but interestingly, if you have set up Rocket Chat for the first time and haven't added Email SMTP settings yet, you may encounter this issue: when you log out, Rocket Chat will prompt you to enter a Two-Factor Authentication (2FA) code sent to your email. This should not happen initially because Rocket Chat should check whether SMTP is set up or not. However, there is a solution to this problem. Read on to learn how to disable email 2FA in Rocket Chat.
While BigBlueButton may not be as popular compared to Jitsi, it still has its space among different walks of life. If you are a Jitsi fan, worry not; I will guide you step-by-step in installing and integrating Jitsi with Rocket.Chat for video and audio conferencing.
BigBlueButton doesn't need any introduction. If you have used or heard of Jitsi, I am confident that you may have heard of BigBlueButton too. In this article, we will install BigBlueButton and integrate it with a Rocket.Chat instance. Even if you don't have Rocket.Chat, you can still use BigBlueButton as a standalone software with the Greenlight frontend for meetings and calls.
Installing Rocket Chat on your own server gives you full control over your data. In this article, I will guide you through the process of installing Rocket Chat with Apache proxy and SSL from Let's encrypt for added security.