Several XMPP accounts (certificate problem)
castromd at tcd.ie
Mon Aug 25 18:58:22 EDT 2008
Try that workaround that I did....
Use talk.l.google.com as the server for your Google Apps account.
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John Moore 3rd wrote:
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> Daniel Castro wrote:
>> Right! I figured this myself.
>> Basically both XMPP accounts where using talk.google.com as the server,
>> but it could not handle two certificates for different account on the
>> same server.
>> So what I did was to use talk.google.com on my @gmail account and
>> talk.l.google.com on the other @tcd.ie account.
>> Both names resolve to the same server after DNS but for Pidgin they are
>> different servers.
>> This is a bug I think.
> You are _not_ the only One experiencing this annoyance. I broached this
> last week and was re-directed to a bug report that wasn't very helpful
> and I'm not even sure was on topic. :-\
> I use My Gmail Account on GTa;k and another Google Apps Account for that
> Organization. Ever since 'Upgrading' to 2.5.0 I am asked to 'Accept'
> the talk.google.com Certificate /every/ time connection is established. :(
> JOHN ;)
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