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    You can recover the chat history in the Openfire server via Message Archive plugin.


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    Is there a doc or tutorial on how to properly use the OTR function in Spark messenger? I tried it the other day. Clicked the lock icon, sent a few messages, the transcript wasn't encrypted at all though. Thanks.


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    the client transcript is written before encryption(when sending), and after decryption (when receiving). it may not be feasible to encrypt the transcript file, since the key pair would still have to be on the client somewhere, therefore it could be used to decrypt the transcript


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    Nothing updated that ik of,   versions were 1 before the newest,  then i updated them to the newest when it wouldn't work. im getting "unknown connection error "   when i first set it up i tried using the server name, couldn't get it to connect, so i switched it to the ipaddress...  of 10.3.0.12


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    Profile contains wrong format: "taylor" located at: C:\Users\TeamFCC\AppData\Roaming\Spark\user\taylor

    Profile folder should be in user@domain format. Something is wrong here. Also, using IP is bad. You should try setting everything in such way, so it would work with your server's domain name. I hope that your domain name is not the same IP address though. As a workaround you can put IP into host field in the Advanced settings in Spark, but still use your domain for the Domain field.


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    Hello,

     

    This might be more of a support question but I figure devs would know best. I'm looking into all of the possible implications with moving over to LDAP during an openfire upgrade and noticed that spark allows caching credentials. Very quickly I identified a string in %appdata%\spark\spark.properties which begins with "password", and is followed immediately by a string... I haven't tried decoding/decrypting this string yet using any of the resources I have (like the private keys in the openfire server) or poking around any more than that. Figured I would start by asking...

     

    How secure is the password cached here, or is it even secure? I am aware I can probably deny people the ability to save their passwords but I'm not sure I want to do that.

     

    Thanks!


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