[ejabberd] s2s connection problems with gmail.com
stpeter at stpeter.im
Wed Mar 6 21:45:49 MSK 2013
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BTW I was joking about you running a spam bot ;-)
On 3/6/13 10:44 AM, Vineet Naik wrote:
> Thank you so much for replying. The link to the operators mailing
> list is really helpful and I will post the question there asap.
> On Wed, Mar 6, 2013 at 9:47 PM, Peter Saint-Andre
> <stpeter at stpeter.im>wrote:
> On 3/6/13 6:57 AM, Vineet Naik wrote:
> Hi. First, your problem is probably *not* an ejabberd problem.
>>>> We have a bot (ejabberd component) for exchanging messages
>>>> with gmail users from our server.
> Is your bot a spam bot?
>> If spam bot means one that sends too many invites, then I guess
>> no. My company provides chat widget to be embedded on our users'
>> websites and online stores. One needs to register into our
>> application first and only then they can trigger an invite to
>> their their own gmail address. Then they need to accept the
>> invitation so as to chat from gmail instead of having to log
>> into our application all the time.
>> We haven't observed any suspicious signup activity lately, so
>> spammy invites from our server looks unlikely. But I noticed
>> in-band registration mentioned in some of the replies there. We
>> are using IBR but I will think it's set to "allow from
>> localhost". Will confirm this ASAP and post a reply on that
>> Best regards, Vineet
>>>> During integration, the component sends `subscribe` presence
>>>> to the gmail jids which the users need to accept. Since a few
>>>> days back, suddenly users have stopped receiving the chat
>>>> invitations. Those who have previously accepted invitations
>>>> can however receive and send messages.
> It's probable that your domain is being blocked by Google.
>>>> Presence subscriptions were being received without any
>>>> problem before but not anymore.
>>>> The ejabberd error log file has the following errors logged
>>>> multiple times
>>>> I(<0.19390.5>:ejabberd_s2s_out:1203) : Trying to open s2s
>>>> connection: example.com -> gmail.com with TLS=true
>>>> I(<0.19390.5>:ejabberd_s2s_out:365) : Connection
>>>> established: example.com-> gmail.com with TLS=false
>>>> I(<0.19394.5>:ejabberd_s2s_out:443) : wait for validation:
>>>> example.com -> gmail.com (closed)
>>>> I(<0.19390.5>:ejabberd_s2s_out:892) : Closing connection
>>>> with gmail.com: timeout
>>>> What might be going wrong?
>>>> Really hope I get some help here.
> I suggest posting to the operators at xmpp.org list:
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