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Offline dartraiden

Re: Jabber protocol
« Reply #15 on: 26 03 2018, 18:12:25 »
OMEMO support in Miranda is still very experimental and seems broken right now
 

Offline phatmr

Re: Jabber protocol
« Reply #16 on: 05 04 2018, 19:44:30 »
Hi again,

im sorry asking so much but i didnt find any Answer arround Internet.

I told im using Jabber Protocol to communicate with People using Gtalk/Hangouts.

Is it possible if People send me Pictures via Hangouts i could see the Picture in ChatWindow and not only the Link to google+?

I dont want to log in to gmail via browser everytime they send me pictures to see those.

Geetings phatmr
 

Offline dartraiden

Re: Jabber protocol
« Reply #17 on: 05 04 2018, 20:37:47 »
If you use TabSRMM you can try to install IEView plugin and select IEView as chat log plugin in TabSRMM settings (Message sessions -> Message log).
 

Offline Bitkar

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Re: Jabber protocol
« Reply #18 on: 25 07 2018, 18:10:20 »
hello... i have a Q about server side history and carbon copies (xep 136 and 280). In the options there is a support for that. But how to use it? I have it checked, but miranda doesnt still see the messages that are on server. I want to have the full history, because, I use xabber on the phone and miranda-ng on my PC.
What do I need for it to work, so I can use it in miranda? Which plugins or so?
 

Offline dartraiden

Re: Jabber protocol
« Reply #19 on: 25 07 2018, 18:11:18 »
Make sure that the server supports them. For example, install Conversations on phone and see Server Info option in account settings.
Modern Jabber servers use Message Archive Management (XEP-313) instead of old XEP-136. Miranda does not yet support MAM.
 

Offline Bitkar

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Re: Jabber protocol
« Reply #20 on: 26 07 2018, 17:54:07 »
thanks for the reply... i just found out that it supports 280 and 313, propably not the 136. So I guess I have to wait for someone to make it 313 compatible. :-/
And when it happens, is the protocol plugin support enough for it to work or SRMM has to support it aswell? (And similary if i want to see the server msgs history, i would need the history++ plugin to support it too?)

thanks and pls keep up the good work, Miranda is awesome (ive been using it for many many years and i love the modularity)
 

Offline dartraiden

Re: Jabber protocol
« Reply #21 on: 26 07 2018, 18:01:57 »
History plugin (History++, BasicHistory, etc.) just show history from database. Protocol plugin should obtain history from server and put into database. So only Jabber plugin should support server history.
 

Offline dartraiden

Re: Jabber protocol
« Reply #22 on: 26 07 2018, 18:04:29 »
You can subscribe to this ticket. so you will receive all info about MAM implementation progress.
 

Offline Bitkar

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Re: Jabber protocol
« Reply #23 on: 26 07 2018, 20:08:28 »
cool... clear answers! you helped, thanks alot, have a great time.
I will be waiting for the support, i hope it will not take years :) (if i could do it myself.... :-/ )
 

Offline phatmr

Re: Jabber protocol
« Reply #24 on: 17 06 2022, 19:07:16 »
hi

since google turned off the ability to switch on "allow less secure apps" option on 30.05. miranda ng is not able anymore to connect via xmpp (hangouts/gtalk).
what do u think - is there any solution or workaround possible?

regards
phatmr
 

Offline dartraiden

Re: Jabber protocol
« Reply #25 on: 17 06 2022, 20:44:02 »
Gtalk is closed in favor of Google Chat. It has nothing to do with less secure applications.

Plugins like GmailNotifier can still connect using the app password.

Google Chat is a completely different protocol that Miranda doesn't (and won't) support.
« Last Edit: 17 06 2022, 20:47:45 by dartraiden »
 

Offline phatmr

Re: Jabber protocol
« Reply #26 on: 18 06 2022, 05:23:01 »
Hi,

i was also able to chat in GoogleChat until 2 weeks ago.
This worked via Miranda NG and the Jabber xmpp plugin.
And that only worked if you had activated "allow less secure apps" in your google account.

The connect to talk.google.com:443 still works in Miranda NG but is disconnected directly.
Log:
Unsupported auth mechanism: X-OAUTH2 and X-GOOGLE-TOKEN
Data received
<failure xmlns="urn:ietf:params:xml:ns:xmpp-sasl"><not-authorized/></failure>

And it's been happening since google said:
"To better protect your account, as of May 30, 2022, Google will no longer support third-party apps or devices where your username and password are sufficient to sign into your Google account."

That's why I asked if there was a way to solve it.

Regards
phatmr
 

Offline dartraiden

Re: Jabber protocol
« Reply #27 on: 18 06 2022, 11:08:35 »
 
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Offline phatmr

Re: Jabber protocol
« Reply #28 on: 18 06 2022, 12:04:44 »
Thx very much.
It worked :)

Regards
phatmr