[Juser] Running mulitple instances of a jabber client

Matthias Wimmer m at tthias.net
Thu Sep 11 07:00:52 CDT 2003


Hi Greg!

You can login to Jabber with multiple instances of your client but every
client has to use a difference resource.


Tot kijk
    Matthias


Schlabs, Greg schrieb am 2003-09-10 14:11:31:
> Date: Wed, 10 Sep 2003 14:11:31 -0500
> From: "Schlabs, Greg" <greg.schlabs at hp.com>
> Subject: [Juser] Running mulitple instances of a jabber client
> To: juser at jabber.org
> 
> Hi,
>   We just started using jabber at hp.  I work both out of my house and
> at the office, thus, I have a tendency to leave work and just lock my
> pc, not logout/reboot/etc.  I thought I exited jabber (Jabber Messenger
> by HP 2.0.3.1) client on my pc at work, but no guarantees.  I installed
> the client at home and could connect and startup private chats or join a
> room.  However, within a few minutes, I would have to 'sign in' again.
> I had someone shut down my pc at work and, it has continued to work at
> home.  Is there a restriction against having multiple instances of a
> jabber client running?  This seems to be the problem, but...thought I'd
> ask.
>  
>   Since I have you, is there a way to turn on timestamping of messages?
> It is a convenient feature to see if you missed something a while ago,
> or just got it recently?
>  
>   Is this the appropriate forum to send these types of 'new-user'
> questions to?
>  
> thanks,
>  greg
>  
> ----------------------------
> Greg Schlabs
> Technical Account Manager, 
> High Availability Support Services
> HP Services
> 719.592.3531
> HASS Support: 1.800.345.3746
> greg.schlabs at hp.com
> ----------------------------
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> 
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