Pidgin for windows server

Brian Henson henson.brian1 at
Fri Jun 6 02:51:20 EDT 2014

Multihomed would imply being connected to multiple networks, correct?

All the machines in the office including that server go through the same hardware firewall, but yes, that server provides access for a number of internal users.


On Thu, 6/5/14, Dave Warren <davew at> wrote:

 Subject: Re: Pidgin for windows server
 To: "Brian Henson" <henson.brian1 at>, support at
 Date: Thursday, June 5, 2014, 9:00 PM
 On 2014-06-05 11:19,
 Brian Henson wrote:
 > I am trying to
 integrate Pidgin into our office network. We have one user
 that uses a server as their workstation. When trying to
 setup Pidgin on the server it appears to install correctly,
 but I cannot see any of the other users on the network.
 > I am using the
 Bonjour protocol.
 Also potentially interesting,
 is this server multihomed? Does it connect 
 directly to the internet and provide access for
 other internal users?
 so, does anyone know how or if Bonjour works with multihomed
 I vaguely recall that it has some
 Dave Warren

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