On 2014-03-11 17:45, Peter Saint-Andre wrote: > On 3/11/14, 5:04 PM, Hugo Osvaldo Barrera wrote: > >I did an interesting test yesterday: > > > >I opened two differente XMPP accounts on two PCs, and started sending > >messages from A to B. > > > >I unplugged the network cable from B, without stopping the messages. For > >a short while B still apeared online (since it had not timed out yet). > > > >About 30 minutes later, I reconnected the cable on B. The messages I > >had sent from A before B timed-out did not arrive. They were lost in > >the nether, never to be seen again. And they did not BOUNCE to A either. > > > >While this is a very controled lab-like case, the truth is, we all > >timeout at some point, and, evidently, messages are getting lost. > > > >Is there any way around this? Any setting, XEP, plugin, etc? > > What clients did you test with? Do they support stream management > (XEP-0198)? > > Peter > >
Pidgin. Nope, it does not. I skimmed through XEP-0198 and it would seem this would solve that issue, right? I'll take this XEP into consideration when I recomend mobile clients! :) -- Hugo Osvaldo Barrera A: No, it doesn't make sense. Q: Should I include quotations *after* my reply?
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