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Submission + - Google reinstates federated Jabber/XMPP instant messaging (fsf.org)

jrepin writes: A few weeks ago FSF have reported that Google had started blocking invites sent from non-Google Jabber servers. This was done as a crude anti-spam measure. Google have since rolled out proper anti-spam filtering for its Jabber service, and has removed the invite block. This was announced a few days ago in a public mailing list post. This means that users of all Jabber servers will once again be able to fully communicate with Google users.
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Google reinstates federated Jabber/XMPP instant messaging

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