Hi, I know that I have been away for a while (I have been very busy over the last couple of months).
I have been using the ejabberd daemon as an instant messaging service for various users and have used this on my workstations and phone. Only problem I have found is that I can’t use the XEP-0280 standard (which allows for syncing / carbon copy of messages between multiple devices / client software)
This feature is essential for my day-to-day operations (as I am not always sitting at my desktop and need to be able to send / receive messages on both devices).
I have had a look at various forums and can’t seem to find very much information about this feature.
If ejabberd can’t support XEP-0280 standards, could somebody suggest an alternative XMPP service?
Also I am using Kopete as my desktop client and Conversations as my Android / Phone client, whilst the phone client can support OTR and PGP encryption, Kopete can only support OTR encryption methods. Could somebody suggest a Linux client that support PGP keys (preferably a KDE based client app).