[Juser] Unregister from a PyICQ gateway
stpeter at jabber.org
Thu Mar 16 13:15:00 CST 2006
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Jan Gosmann wrote:
> I have the following problem: I want to unregister from a PyICQ gateway
> (at jabber.ccc.de). So I've deleted icq2.jabber.ccc.de (which is the
> adress of the gateway) from my roster. But after some minutes I can
> always autorisation dialogs and with them the error message that my
> message could not be delivered.
> Does anyone know how I can unregister completly from the PyICQ gateway?
It depends on which Jabber client you are using. I would bet that very
complete clients like Exodus or JBother support unregistering. It is
possible that the client you are using did not send an unregister
request to the gateway when you removed it from your roster. If you
can't get something like JBother to do this, you can always send the raw
XML using the "xml debug" feature available in some clients (or via a
telnet session, see <http://www.saint-andre.com/jabber/telnet.txt>):
<iq type='set' to='icq2.jabber.ccc.de'>
Hope that helps.
Jabber Software Foundation
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