[Psi-Devel] MSN Transport Automatic Login
machekku at uaznia.net
Wed Oct 7 03:37:42 PDT 2009
On Wednesday 7 of October 2009 10:23:16 you wrote:
> On Mon, Oct 5, 2009 at 13:53, MacOSX @ Rocteur.cc <macosx at rocteur.cc> wrote:
> > On Mon, Oct 5, 2009 at 13:21, Maciek Niedzielski
<machekku at uaznia.net>wrote:
> >> On Monday 5 of October 2009 13:15:45 Jerry Rocteur wrote:
> >> > Does anyone know if there is a PSI or ejabberd configuration option
> >> > that allows you to be automatically logged in to the MSN Transport
> >> > whenever you connect to your Jabber account or is there another way to
> >> > do it ?
> >> My guess is that you didn't grant authorization to msn transport
> >> (usually this
> >> is a "contact" called msn.example.com, without @).
> > Can you please explain what you mean I should do, create a new contact ?
> > My jabber server is jabber.rocteur.cc and msn is msn.rocteur.cc
> I have never received an answer to this question . Not one that allows me
> to fix the problem.
Honestly I hoped that someone who knows this better would answer.
The way to solve this is a bit transport-specific (there seems to be no
standard behavior), so we need to try some common tricks.
First of all, since you can login manually, I guess you have msn.rocteur.cc in
Agents/Transports group in Psi. Now please check its tooltip and see if it
contains a "Subscription: something" line. If current subscription is "none"
or "to", then this is the problem I guessed.
You can try choosing Authorization -> Resend from msn's context menu, but it
probably won't help. So a common trick is that if you next choose
Authorization -> Rerequest, transport will request authorization from you,
too. And then you allow it and it should work.
If these doesn't help, we can think of something else..
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