Activation impossible, mot de passe incorrect

dAprilli-Gmail daprilli at gmail.com
Tue Oct 19 18:24:15 EDT 2010


Oh, I see, its depending on the protocole.
I just noticed there is a Google Talk "server"
But when I try to connect to a discussion group, I cannot access to a list
of availables groups (french = salon) How can I know where to connect ? I
have some friends in my list on Gmail to chat with but I don't know how to
chat with them: And ther is not very explicit documentation on that on the
net. As I indicate Google talk as "salon" I get a message indicating "wrong
XMMP Identifier" ...
???

Cordiales salutations
Mit freundlichen Grüssen
Yours sincerly
Distinti saluti

Rémy Pilliard

http://www.d-aprilli.net
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2010/10/19 David Woolley <forums at david-woolley.me.uk>

> dAprilli-Gmail wrote:
>
>> Bonjour,
>> Je viens d'installer Pidgin 2.7.3 et j'ai créé un compte.
>>
>
> I've just installed Pidgin 2.7.3 and have created an account.
>
>    Pidgin doesn't have accounts.  Which service are you trying to
>    connect to?
>
>
>  Mais à chaque fois que je veux l'activer, je vois en bas l'affichage
>>
> > "compte désactivé" - mot de passe incorrect.
>
> But every time I try to activate it, I get the message "account
> deactivated, incorrect password", at the bottom.
>
>
>  Pourtant, je mets exactement le même mot de passe qu'à la création du
>> compte.
>>
>
> I use exactly the same password as when I created the account, but the
> result is always the same.
>
>
>  J'ai essayé de cocher "Mémoriser le mot de passe" mais avec toujours le
>> même résultat !
>>
>
> I try to ??? "memorise the password", but always the same result.
>
>
>  J'ai supprimé 3 comptes pour en créer un nouveau à chaque fois avec un
>> autre nom et un autre alias. Sans résultat !
>>
>
> I've created (at least?) three different accounts, with different names and
> passwords, but no luck.
>
>
>  Merci de me proposer une solution pour que je puisse communiquer en ligne.
>>
>
> Please suggest a solution so that I can communicate on line.
>
>     A common problem is including the domain name when the service
>     doesn't want it, or to miss it out when it does.  Without knowing
>     the service in question, it is probably difficult to say more.
>
>     Including the debug log will do no harm.
>
>
>
>>
>
>
> --
> David Woolley
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>
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