Facebook Chat Settings
kag at grrlz.net
Wed Jan 29 13:39:01 EST 2014
Personally i dont have facebook
>From ArchWiki 
1. Go to "Accounts" and select "Manage Accounts."
2. On the Basic tab, enter the following info:
Username: Your FacebookID (without e-mail domain, e.g. @yahoo.com, etc)
Domain: chat.facebook.com (make sure you haven't typed any extra space)
Resource: Pidgin (leave this empty if you get
"username at chat.facebook.com/Pidgin Not Authorized" error message)
Password: Your Password
Local alias: Your Name
3. Click the Advanced tab, then enter the following info:
Connect port: 5222
Connect server: chat.facebook.com (make sure you haven't typed any
(Uncheck the box labeled "Require SSL/TLS")
Notes please check archwiki 
> Newer versions of Pidgin do not have a "Require SSL/TLS" box. Instead, select
>"Use encryption if available" from the Connection Security dropdown in Advanced
> Changing your Facebook privacy settings to "Turn off all apps" (under Apps and
> Websites), will disable your ability to send messages via jabber. (see Why can't Pidgin seem to send Facebook messages)
> You may notice that all Facebook contacts are in a separate group every
>time you login with your xmpp account even though you moved
>them to other groups or created meta-contacts.
>If you want to be able to group contacts and create meta-contacts
>you can use the plugin available here: pidgin-xmpp-ignore-groups
>(after installing the plugin activate the option Ignore server-sent groups on the
> Advanced tab in your xmpp-account settings). It essentially ignores the group data sent
>by the server roaster and preserves your local changes.
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