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Any way to “forward” an IM from jabberd2 to users on Cisco XMPP?

I use a jabberd2 MUC to monitor server status from Graylog and Nagios. The helpdesk guys would like to be able to join the MUC, however they are on Windows (I'm on Linux) and have a Cisco jabber ...
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GNU screen freeze session if SSH is not connected

I have a dedicated server (Inmotion) running a Java XMPP server through a screen session to keep it alive. Sometimes, after a long period, the execution of this Java XMPP server freeze and then when I ...
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I am not able to Install ejabberd on Cent OS6

As seen in many tutorials and blogs, I've installed the EPEL (Extra Packages for Enterprise Linux). I checked whether EPEL was enabled in my CentOS 6. After I tried with the command sudo yum install ...
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XMPP domain issues (prosody)

I'm running an XMPP server on a raspberry pi on my home lan. I have a domain registered to point at my router's external ip and the ports are forwarded on my router. However, I can't use the external ...
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Is there a full XMPP client, for any mobile? [that sends/receives files, etc., like PC clients do]

I've got a few friends to install XMPP clients on their cell phones. Some installed Xabber (which I basically chose for them to try). Another opted for Yaxim, a few days ago (for its "better ...
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Unable to login into Spark using static IP after port forwarding

I installed openfire in CentOS 6.4 server (IP address: 192.168.1.118) and I was able to login into spark using the server as 192.168.1.118. We want to use spark from outside, so I did port forwarding ...
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Debian Wheezy, ejabberd and forward secrecy

After validating of my public XMPP service on xmpp.net, I've got the error: Warning: Server offers no forward-secret ciphers. Grade capped to A-. Is there an easy way to enable these ciphers? As ...
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Which jabber client receives messages?

I have jabber clients on my computer (pidgin) and on mobile phones (im+). For now each message is received by arbitrary one of them (or so it looks). For instance, if a person sends two messages one ...