My problem is not critical, I’m just interesting to find answer or get the direction to explore.
Our organization use the following software:
- Active Directory domain on Windows Server 2003
- Openfire 3.6.4 as internal jabber-server
- Miranda IM as jabber-client (jabber.dll)
We store employee photos in the AD (jpegPhoto field). Openfire is configured to use accounts from the AD/LDAP, plus vCard mappings for AD is defined as described in the DOC-1773, and option ldap.override.avatar is set to true.
The point is that one user can’t see avatar of another one until the second user try to change its own avatar. No matter what’s the image selected by the second user, first user will see the photo from AD (that’s OK, I think; user can’t change image in this configuration - images pulled from LDAP). Fine, but I can’t force all users: “Hey employees! Everybody should try to change avatar to get the chance your colleagues to see it. Now.”
Seems like there is kind of option/flag affects when to display/check avatar. I don’t know it’s on the client or server side.
Does anybody faced with the problem? Any suggestion how to resolve it? Thanks in advance.