> Funny, it seems to work for the vast majority of people, except those
> who use very old or broken XMPP clients.
> Well, people who do what?
People who do not have corporate jobs ? (and by corporate I mean people
employed by companies having 100s or 1000s employees)
School kids using IM at home or in school?
It's definitely for you decide which social group you want to see as
I am just show you the problems I am many Miranda users are facing, as
questions come up all the time. Our user base is largely like that - people
employed by corporations, minimalistic client is largely appealing to them.
> Given that port 5223 was deprecated in 2004
Who cares when you change some document. IM is used to communicate. Most of
my active day by far is spent at work. So if I cannot communicate from work,
why do I need this IM protocol? I do not.
I would like reiterate here, me and most of the users do not care about your
standards, we care about ability to communicate. If we cannot do that non it
Hopefully I got my point across.