Use the WebAdmin Interface to configure the XMPP module. Open the Real-Time pages page in the Settings realm, then open the XMPP pages. Click the Sending link to open the XMPP Client Settings.
Log Level: This is the same setting as seen on the XMPP Server Settings page.
Source IP Address: This option selects the default source network address for outgoing XMPP connections. You can allow the server OS to select the proper address or your can explicitly select one of the server IP addresses as the default source network address.
Use Domain IP Addresses: This option selects source network addresses for outgoing XMPP connections. If this option is selected, the XMPP Module will use the first Assigned IP Address of the sender's Domain, if the Domain Assigned IP Addresses can be used for outgoing connections. If this option is not selected, or if the sender's Domain does not have any Assigned IP Address, the XMPP Module uses the default source network address.
Idle Timeout: Use this setting to specify how long the XMPP module should keep an outgoing connection open if it has no data to be sent to a remote server.
You can configure your CommuniGate Pro Server XMPP module to use secure (encrypted) connections when relaying IM and presence data to certain remote sites. This feature is especially useful if your company has several offices and the traffic between the offices is sent via the public Internet.
You should simply list the domain names that should receive IM/Presence information from your server via secure connections:
The specified names can contain a wildcard - the asterisk (*) symbol.
When the CommuniGate Pro XMPP module connects to a relay of one of the listed domains, it checks if that relay supports the starttls protocol command. Then the XMPP module uses this command to initiate a secure connection with that relay.
The CommuniGate Pro XMPP module checks the validity of the remote relay Certificate using the specified set of the Trusted Certificates. The remote relay Certificate subject must contain the cn (Common Name) field that matches either the domain name of the remote site, or the name of this relay. This can often cause a problem, since the domain company.dom may have the SRV record xmpp.company.dom, but the computer with the xmpp.company.dom address has the "main" DNS name server.company.dom and its Certificate is issued to that name (its Certificate subject contains server.