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    Cool Xmpp

    Can someone plese help me with the xmpp layer? I see that it is due for an overhaul in version 7, but for my current versions (5.0.18_GA_3011) it is difficult to help for:

    1) Can someone help me setup my /etc/hosts file in my 2 zimbra systems so that users from one zimbra instance can add/chat with users in another zimbra instance.

    We have a barebones network no DHCP, no LDAP or DNS server, and all users will be accessing their email through web client.

    2) I have been able to tweak Posfix to do nice filtering, by digging through the documents, wikis and forums. However there is little to no breadcrums regarding xmpp other than a few simple zimbra cli attributes. What opensource xmpp platform is zimbra 5.x using? How can I get at it's guts, ie folder locations, platform versions, configurations, etc.

    Thank you very much.

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    Welcome to the forum.

    Did you put the correct settings in your DNS to allow XMPP to work?
    Check the forum, there are several threads on this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Klug View Post
    Welcome to the forum.

    Did you put the correct settings in your DNS to allow XMPP to work?
    Check the forum, there are several threads on this.
    In our environment we don't have a DNS server, we are managing name resolutions with hosts tables.

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    Then it can not work.

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    Default Can someone help me with my second question?

    What opensource xmpp platform is zimbra 5.x using? How can I get at it's guts, ie folder locations, platform versions, configurations, etc.

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    If you really want this, get the source and read it.

    However, XMPP relies on DNS records (to find out the server of the domain) : without DNS, I don't know how you'll get it working.

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    Will do, thanks for the direction.

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    Yeah specifically, DNS is needed for the SRV records that are part of the XMPP server locating stuff. I gotta say, once you do add the DNS records to your zone, the XMPP gatewaying into say gmail, works sweet.
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