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Both <a href="http://www.igniterealtime.org/">OpenFire</a> and <a
Leopard Server</a> support Jabber auto approvals. In my opinion,
OpenFire is a far better Jabber server since, like Pidgin, it's open
source and runs on multiple platforms. <br>
Both Jabber servers can hook up to LDAP and Active Directory so that
your buddy lists are pre-populated based on the your LDAP/AD group. I
just implemented OpenFire for a customer with mixture of Macs and PCs
using iChat and Pidgin and OpenFire has performed marvelously so far.
I must say, those running Pidgin are envious of those with Macs that
have iChat with video/voip capability. ;)<br>
Etan Reisner wrote:
<blockquote cite="mid:20080516235635.GT11356@aran" type="cite">
<pre wrap="">On Fri, May 16, 2008 at 06:17:01PM -0300, Carlos Eduardo Langoni wrote:
<pre wrap="">Hi guys,
I'm here for a little more doubt.
When I add a user in pidgin the user I added receive a request, he accept
and then I receive a request to add him. Is a procedure of pidgim or a
xmpp/jabber server feature?
XMPP requires that you authorize people who want to see your
status/presence information. pidgin requests that permission when you add
someone to your buddy list.
<pre wrap="">If I have sent a request do add a buddy, why should I have to authorize him
Presence flows both directions, your buddy needs to authorize you to see
his presence and, when he decides to add you to his list, you need to
authorize him to see yours.
<pre wrap="">Thanks a lot
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