I have an OpenBSD server, and I would like to configure a corporate/personal domain name to be Jabber / XMPP enabled, and to automatically proxy messages between some set of local accounts and a given gmail.com Google Talk account.
Requirements, both must be satisfied:
no new accounts at Google; has to work with an existing gmail.com Google Talk account
no new clients, has to be able to use the
Hello, a new user for Fedora here. I love online-accounts feature but Empathy refuses to connect to Google Talk service. It says password is incorrect. Meanwhile I am able to use Google talk on my phone, Pidgin@Fedora and Opensuse liveCD. It is really weird- do you know any hint for that?
I'm trying to get my domain to have the correct SRV records so I can use my personal XMPP server to communicate to others using Google Talk. However, after I set up the SRV records correctly, when trying to connect to my XMPP server with SSL, it states that my certificate is for talk.google.com. Not really sure what's going on here...
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Hi there,After last upgrade to gnome 3.6 empathy fails to connect to google talk using GOA credentials.Of course I can configure a talk account directly in empathy but... I would prefer to use a single sign on (with gnome online accounts).Does any one has this same problem?... Any clues?Best,M
Google talk not working when using data but works fine on wifi
People say going to settings>syncing/accounts and unticking data background and reticking it will fix this, but the samsung s3 does not have these options.
I did find that removing my data restriction completely fixed this problem immediately.
Send Instant Messages (Notifies) By XMPP (Jabber/Google Talk) From
Linux Command Line
sendxmpp is a perl-script to send xmpp (jabber), similar to
what mail does for mail. Obviously, to use sendxmpp , you need a jabber
account; they are freely available at jabber.org, but you can also run
your own server.