Jabber

Android Jabber

Android Jabber Workaround for some unsupported phones:

  • set the CUCM security mode to “mixed-mode”. You can do this with the “utils ctl set-cluster mixed-mode”. There is no more need of e-token with a 10.0 release (don't know exactly since when, maybe even a 9.0)
  • activate CAPF and CTL Provider services
  • create a secure phone profile (authenticate is OK, port 5061 for SIP), assign it to the BOT device
  • set the CAPF parameter to “Install/upgrade” in the BOT device with a key size that matches the one you set in the secure phone profile

Jabber Photos

How to upload photos see ad

Photo Resolution and image type

Cisco Jabber does not apply any modifications to enhance rendering for contact photos in GIF format.
As a result, contact photos in GIF format might render incorrectly or with less than optimal quality.
To obtain the best quality, use PNG format for your contact photos.
The optimum dimensions for contact photos are 128 pixels by 128 pixels with an aspect ratio of 1:1.
128 pixels by 128 pixels are the maximum dimensions for local contact photos in Microsoft Outlook.

Reference: http://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/td/docs/voice_ip_comm/jabber/10_5/CJAB_BK_D6497E98_00_deployment-installation-guide-ciscojabber/CJAB_BK_D6497E98_00_deployment-installation-guide-ciscojabber_chapter_01011.html#CJAB_RF_C8F967F1_00

AD Photo Schema config

  • on the AD, go to the run menu and type mmc to launch the console UI then go to file - add remove snap in
  • select “active directory schema” and click add.
  • classes and attributes on LHS
  • expand the attributes to view all available attributes in the system
  • right click on the attribute you want (eg jpegPhoto ) and select properties
  • then check the box for “replicate in global catalog”
  • Save


Note: you might need to install the Schema plugin
https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc732110.aspx

http://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/support/docs/unified-communications/jabber-windows/118999-config-imaddress-jabber-00.html

https://communities.cisco.com/thread/49717?start=0&tstart=0

I did get this to work for new users, but old users still showing up with <user>@<domain> rathen than <email>

More work to figure out exactly why and how to correct….

Example Jabber Config file:

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<config version="1.0">
 <Options>
   <DockedWindowVisible>false</DockedWindowVisible>
 </Options>
 <Policies>
   <BDIDirectoryURI>mail</BDIDirectoryURI>
   <CalendarAutoRefreshTime>900</CalendarAutoRefreshTime>
   <EnableLoadAddressBook>false</EnableLoadAddressBook>
   <ServicesDomainSsoEmailPrompt>ON</ServicesDomainSsoEmailPrompt>
 </Policies>
 <Directory>
   <SipUri>mail</SipUri>
   <BDISipUri>mail</BDISipUri>
   <UseSIPURIToResolveContacts>true</UseSIPURIToResolveContacts>
   <BDIUseSIPURIToResolveContacts>true</BDIUseSIPURIToResolveContacts>
   <IMAddresses>mail</IMAddresses>
   <BDIIMAddresses>mail</BDIIMAddresses>
 </Directory>
</config>

Jabber Config File Generator

Jabber 11.5 Parameter Reference Guide

Jabber RMA

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