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  • 30. Re: iOS Messages Client?
    Mark23 Level 3 Level 3 (975 points)

    I'm afraid that apart from Jabber not being the solution to your problems, neither would iCloud be since that will not work over your server either, sorry. Why don't you just use Messages / iChat only on your OS X devices for the time being?

  • 31. Re: iOS Messages Client?
    mille1j Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    so i've been told that Kerio is the way to go and will solve a lot of the problems that ML Server has.  Will keep you posted.

  • 32. Re: iOS Messages Client?
    haykong Level 1 Level 1 (115 points)

    What Kerio product are you looking at? Just curious.. Kerio Connect right?

  • 33. Re: iOS Messages Client?
    haykong Level 1 Level 1 (115 points)

    mille1j wrote:

     

    so i've been told that Kerio is the way to go and will solve a lot of the problems that ML Server has.  Will keep you posted.

     

    I wouldn't say it would solve a lot of the problems that ML Server has...It's more like Kerio Connect 7.4.X addresses some of the features that ML Server is missing out of the box. While Kerio Connect is also missing some features from ML Server too. 

     

    All it depends on what you need is.

     

    And in some cases you can have both servers for different needs. It's not unheard of to have different servers in a Small Office to address different needs.

     

    If you plan on using Kerio Connect , I recommend that you install it on a Mac OS 10.8.2 client and not server so you would have less conflicts and problems.

     

     

    Let me ask you this question since you never explained what your office needs and wants to do? The only feature that you explained to me so far was the instant message server situation.

     

     

    But again if you're still looking for a instant message server Kerio lacks it.

  • 34. Re: iOS Messages Client?
    stephen.willis.smith Level 1 Level 1 (65 points)

    I got beejive working

     

    User name is user@server.mydomain.com  (if you leave out server it does not work)

    enter in the host name :  server.mydomain.com

    and for SSL option use TLS

     

    Leave everything else blank (except the password of course)

     

    Worked for me

  • 35. Re: iOS Messages Client?
    lakecoder Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    A free app named Talkonaut works including push notifications with ML Messages server.

  • 36. Re: iOS Messages Client?
    Mark23 Level 3 Level 3 (975 points)

    You can install JabberB and disable push notifications. It then will notify users by email. If you tell the app to anyway

  • 37. Re: iOS Messages Client?
    mille1j Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    don't suppose anyone has found an iPad client that works yet with ML Server messages?  I've tried Monal, Beejive, and Talkonaut.  None of them were reliable at all.

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