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Re: [debian-user] licq wont send messages

On Friday 09 November 2001 06:41, Rüdiger Kuhlmann wrote:
> Q: I'm trying to use a direct TCP connection.
> A: The newest Windows ICQ has set, and will set upon upgrade, the option
>    "ignore connections from older clients".
> S: Educate your windows users to switch it off.

I spend most of my time using linux, so I use licq but I do have icq for 
Windows as well (more of a legacy than anything else).  I have the 
2000b version. Anyway, where is this option? It doesn't seem to be under 
"security" or "connections", other than some mention of allowing direct 
connections to all users or just to those on your list (but nothing about 
older clients). I want to know more so I can tell others how to disable it 
than for my own personal use.

> Q: Which clients do have this problem?
> A: All clients using icqv5, including Windows ICQ98.
> S: Use Jabber instead, it has a known and public protocal, and there are
>    more than just one server. Or wait till icqv7 is implemented.
> Yours, Rüdiger (having mICQ CVS write access)

David P. James
Third Year Economics
Queen's University,
Kingston, Ontario

The bureaucratic mentality is the only constant in the universe.
-Dr. Leonard McCoy, Star Trek IV

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