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Ethan Blanton wrote:
<pre wrap="">Mayank Jain Nawal spake unto us the following wisdom:
<pre wrap="">At most of the places chatting is not allowed, to stop users from doing that
port numbers are generally blocked. So are we still using port numbers for
identifying that the traffic belong to specific application (I guess in
pidgin we are are using port numbers).
What are you trying to say? This email does not make sense.
Isn't he trying to say that, when an IM server supports more than one
port, Pidgin should cycle through all known supported ports and connect
on the first one available?<br>
I don't agree that it should be done, but I think that's what he means.<br>