[ejabberd] Ejabberd 0.7 on Windows NT 4 and message logging

James Tait james.tait at morse.com
Wed Aug 18 11:29:24 MSD 2004

Hi all,

> I thought this is a feature on Alexey's TODO list.

That's my understanding too, last time I asked Alexey about it (I think that
was last week) he said about a month.

> But in the 
> meantime you can maybe try if you can use Bandersnatch with ejabberd.

I've heard of it but never seen or used it.  I've actually been looking at
message logging myself, but being new to ejabberd and Erlang, haven't made
blazing progress just yet. :)

James Tait
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