[Standards-JIG] Behaviour when sending a message to a negativepriority resource
jd.conley at coversant.net
Mon Sep 11 16:26:23 UTC 2006
Also, from what I remember at the interop event, we decided client software should represent negative priority resources as presence-only resources. Thus the resource is shown as available, but the user cannot send it a message through the user interface.
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Mickael Remond schrieb:
> I was wondering what is the correct behaviour in the following case, but
> did not manage to find the correct reference.
RFC 3921, 11.1 clause 1:
If the JID is of the form <user at domain/resource> and an available
resource matches the full JID, the recipient's server MUST deliver the
stanza to that resource.
This is the first step when delivering messages, therefore I'd say that
the message gets delivered to the specified resource, even if the
priority of this resource's presence is negative.
If the client is not able to handle messages, it should "bounce" the
message back to the sender by generating a message of type error.
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