[ejabberd] Ejabberd 0.7 on Windows NT 4 and message logging
Martyn.Baker at clara.co.uk
Wed Aug 18 18:06:28 MSD 2004
I'm fairly new to Ejabberd too, but have found it a fantastic product -
stable and works without too many problems.
Took me a little time to get everything working - still not porperly sussed
pbsub yet, but that's about the only thing left, other than be able to log
We use Exodus client on Windows.
----- Original Message -----
From: "James Tait" <james.tait at morse.com>
To: <ejabberd at jabber.ru>
Sent: Wednesday, August 18, 2004 8:29 AM
Subject: RE: [ejabberd] Ejabberd 0.7 on Windows NT 4 and message logging
> 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
> 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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