Thanks for your feedback as well. I'm familiar with SIP, however SIP is
a less user-friendly protocol (phonenumber@domain) than XMPP. The
technical background for this omission in XMPP makes sense to me, though
I'd still like to be able to call a specific full JID by typing it in,
even if this isn't the ideal long term solution (since adding it would
not break compatibility with XMPP standards, I think?) I'll take a look
at the code.
On 14/01/14 21:59, email@example.com wrote:
Date: Tue, 14 Jan 2014 15:49:48 -0600 From: Anthony Papillion
<firstname.lastname@example.org> To: Jitsi Users <email@example.com> Subject: Re:
[jitsi-users] Call non-contact over XMPP/Jingle Message-ID:
Content-Type: text/plain; charset="utf-8" Gray, While XMPP doesn't
support calling someone without their full JID (as Emil said), you
*can* do that via SIP. Since Jitsi supports SIP, you might want to try
that. There are a number of free SIP providers out there. HTH, Anthony
On Tue, Jan 14, 2014 at 7:05 AM, Gray Marchiori-Simpson <firstname.lastname@example.org> > wrote:
> I've been using Jingle/XMPP over Openfire for a few days now while
> prepping for a Cryptoparty, and I was wondering about a missing feature
> that I'm not sure is intentional (say, part of the XMPP protocol) or not.
> Simply put, I'm looking for a function to allow you to call someone
> without adding each other to contact lists; e.g. in the way you would
> call a company to ask a one-off question about their products.
> Attempting to use the text-input box at the top of the screen returned
> the message 'Failed to crate the call. <testuser> does not belong to our
> contact list'
> Could anyone advise/comment?
> Many thanks,
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