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Jabber for Windows Chat groups

Has anyone successfully got the windows jabber to open a group chat by default when the user logs in?  For example, I have 4 admins across the country for a client.  Last piece to my jabber deployment is that when an admin logs into jabber it joins a chat group that has the other for admins in.  Documentation says I can call the XMPP function and start the chat when they login...  But i cannot find any examples of such an xml file.

File looks like this (any thoughts always appreciated)

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>

<config version="1.0">

          <Policies>

                     <Screen_Capture_Enabled>true</Screen_Capture_Enabled>

                     <File_Transfer_Enabled>true</File_Transfer_Enabled>

                     <Disallowed_File_Transfer_Types>.exe;.msi;.rar;.zip;.mp3</Disallowed_File_Transfer_Types>

                     <Video_Disabled>false</Video_Disabled>

          </Policies>

          <CUCM>

              <PhoneService_UseCredentialsFrom>presence</PhoneService_UseCredentialsFrom>

          </CUCM>

          <jabber-plugin-config>

                     <browser-plugin>

                                <page refresh="true" preload='false'>

                                           <tooltip>Admin CHAT</tooltip>

                                           <url>XMPP:admin1@192.168.128.20;admin2@192.168.128.20;admin3@192.168.128.20;admin4@192.168.128.20</url>

                                </page>

                     </browser-plugin>

          </jabber-plugin-config>

</config>

Message was edited on April 19, 2013:  Lisa Marcyes from the Cisco Collaboration Community Team added community category and tags for greater ease in filtering (no change to content).

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Re: Jabber for Windows Chat groups

gpworld,

This community does not provide technical support and is not staffed with technical support experts. I recommend you post this and future technical support questions to the Cisco Support Community (https://supportforums.cisco.com/index.jspa) where our Cisco technical support experts provide debugging assistance. Another option is to open a ticket with the Cisco Technical Assistance Center (www.cisco.com/go/support) to get expert debugging assistance.


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