using fully qualified email address as XMPP username
Brady J. Frey
brady at bradyjfrey.com
Wed Sep 23 18:36:23 EDT 2009
Apologies, @ sign is correct - I'm an Art Director, I happen to be doing
a layout at the same time, didn't mean to confuse!
Evan Platt wrote:
> At 02:57 PM 9/23/2009, you wrote:
>> Good afternoon everyone,
>> We've been slowly migrating our users worldwide off of the Windows
>> platform, but had a bit of a problem using our own custom Jabber
>> server with Pigin. We have multiple domains, so we use fully
>> qualified email addresses as the username, thus:
>> bob.joe at mydomain.com
>> ...would be the full username. Of course, everytime we do that, Pigin
>> pulls the domain out and pops it into the domain field, regardless if
>> that field is already full.
>> Anyone know of a workaround so that I can get an ampersand as part of
>> the username? Thank you!
> Unfotunately I don't know the answer to your question, but to clarify,
> you mean an at sign, right? An ampersand is a different symbol - & .
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