Add "Host" (&& "Port"?) field to configuration settings dialog

Sean Leonard avatarSean Leonard created an issue

A "host" (and potentially port?) field should be available for users to enter a host as separate from their JID's "host".

I, for example, use Google Apps for Domains. My JID is user@mydomain.com, but mydomain.com does not resolve to Google's Jabber server. The server to authenticate with is "talk.google.com", and the JID is "user@mydomain.com". This scenario should be supported by the plugin.

Comments (1)

  1. damencho

    I'm using Google Apps for Domains and it works just fine. Of course if you have proper xmpp dns records (like SRV records for _xmpp-client._tcp.yourdomain.com)

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