I’'m running Wildfire (3.1.1) in Java 2 Runtime, Standard Edition (1.5.0_10) on Debian Etch (4.0 RC1) with a postgreSQL (8.1) database backend. The following Plugins are enabled: Broadcast (1.5.2), IM Gateway (1.0 Beta 6b), User Import Export (2.0.4).
There are two groups: Admin and Member. The Member Group is shared to all it’'s members rosters the Admin group consists of just 3 users. The props for the Broadcast Plugin are as follows:
plugin.broadcast.allowedUsers = “firstname.lastname@example.org,email@example.com,firstname.lastname@example.org,email@example.com” plugin.broadcast.disableGroupPermissions = “false”
plugin.broadcast.groupMembersAllowed = “true”
Now to the problem: Nobody (including the listed allowedUsers) is able to send messages to firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com. If anyone tries to add one of those two to their roster, they instandly send an Auth Revokation. If anyone tries to send a chat or message to them they answer with the following:
Subject: Error sending broadcast message
The recipient or server does not allow any entity to perform the action.
Address not valid: firstname.lastname@example.org
The email@example.com works nicely for the allowedUsers. Also on Psi 0.11 in the Service Discovery I can see that of the three items in broadcast.mydom.tld all other than firstname.lastname@example.org is marked as “Error: Item not found. The addressed JID or item cannot be found.”
What am I doing wrong? Help!
Message was edited by: Dimedo