[Standards] rfc3920bis -06
stpeter at stpeter.im
Wed Jul 30 20:41:06 UTC 2008
Dirk Meyer wrote:
> Peter Saint-Andre wrote:
>> Dirk Meyer wrote:
>>> Peter Saint-Andre wrote:
>> So you are suggesting that a message addressed to a full JID would
>> never be delivered to another resource (or stored offline?) if that
>> resource does not exist. Correct? I hadn't considered that option.
>> A message that is addressed to a resource with a negative priority is
>> delivered to that resource. The only thing that negative priority does
>> is prohibit delivery to that resource if the message was addressed to
>> the bare JID, not the full JID.
> Interessting question. What should happen if you send a message to the
> full JID of a resource that does not exist anymore. And to combine it
> with a negative priority: what happens if that resource had a negative
> priority before indicating non-chat.
> 1. Discard? Always a bad idea without letting the sender know.
> 2. Store? Possible, but may not make any sense. Depends on the
> 3. Send to someone else? Makes no sense in some contexts? If I have a
> message based IBB a different receiver can not handle it.
Right now the spec says that you treat it as if the message was
addressed to the bare JID. If you want fancier delivery handling, you
need to use Advanced Message Processing (XEP-0079). For example the IBB
spec says you'd want to use AMP for just the reason you cite.
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