[Juser] Gmail account cannot talk to Jabber.org account

Weiyang Mo moweiyang1988 at gmail.com
Thu Mar 27 16:34:08 UTC 2014


Thanks very much for your inline response.

I'm not sure whether I have misunderstanding but this morning  the msg
change between jabber.org and gmail back to work (But you said it is not
supported now?).

This "stop working" issue happened sometime and most recently
it happened yesterday.Usually I will find the following when stop working:
(1) Pidgin failed to login in Jabber.org account (time out).
(2) Psi can login in jabber account but very slow (take 3 minutes). When
today it is working, it only took 3-5 seconds to login.

Was the server down yesterday? Actually when I tested jabber.org
https://xmpp.net/index.php, it failed to give S2S reports (Working now). I
would like to know whether it is jabber 's server issue or my end user.



2014-03-27 8:18 GMT-07:00 Peter Saint-Andre <stpeter at stpeter.im>:

> On 3/27/14, 7:23 AM, Shaun Kruger wrote:
>> That stopped working for me last year when Google officially dropped
>> full XMPP support in favor of hangouts' private protocol.  Now xmpp c2s
>> is just a compatibility layer for third party client support.  They
>> posted something about it on the old Google talk page when it was
>> depreciated.
> Sad but true. Although, as I understand it, this should be the case only
> for Google users who download the new Hangouts app.
>  On Mar 27, 2014 7:14 AM, "Weiyang Mo" <moweiyang1988 at gmail.com
>> <mailto:moweiyang1988 at gmail.com>> wrote:
>>     Hi,
>>     I'm using newest PSI, and today I found I cannot talk between
>>     gmail.com <http://gmail.com> account and jabber.org
>>     <http://jabber.org> anymore. It was working previously.
> When was it working and when did it stop working? Did you download the new
> Hangouts app?
>      (1) When I tried sending msg from my gmail account to jabber.org
>>     <http://jabber.org> account, the following information appears
>>     "Remote server not found. A remote server or service specified as
>>     part or all of the JID of the intended recipient does not exist."
>>     (2) However I can talk between two jabber accounts without any
>> problem.
>>     Is there any policy change recently to make this happen?
> Not at jabber.org (although last weekend we did test required encryption
> for server-to-server connections, and that prevented communication with
> Google Talk / Apps domains since Google does not currently support such
> encryption).
> Peter
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