Hello. First I’‘d like to say that your software is excellent and I appreciate the work you’‘ve done a lot. Right now I’‘m using it to run a Jabber server at my workplace for some new software that’‘s going to be used by the Virginia Department of Transportation to supplement their current communication framework. I’'m writing a standalone Flash application that communicates to the Jabber server and creates chat rooms based around “incidents” (like car crashes, congestion, etc.) so that the people in the field with their laptops can coordinate their responses to the incident better. It works really well, so I have to say thank you first and foremost.
That being said, I was wondering if it were possible to restrict access to the Jabber server and the user rosters from the admin client. Suppose a user logged in from another IM client (such as Gaim) and edited their roster to include users who aren’'t on the same network. Is there a way to kick those users off of their roster, or at least disable messaging between them, by stopping any such messages on the server?
Sorry if this feature is already available and I’‘m just too oblivious to see it… If this feature isn’‘t available, it seems like it could be a useful tool for isolating a network for many applications such as mine, and I can’'t imagine it would be too difficult to include.
Thanks for your assistance. I’‘ll probably check this board again to see if there are responses, but feel free to e-mail me also if you’'d like to discuss the issue more.