I've found two things in the behavior of how Jabber handles two specific policy attributes of jabber-config.xml.
Jabber version is 9.2.3
Policies > Meetings_Enabled
Using the Meetings_Enabled policy, I thought, would remote all the Webex-related stuff from the UI. It doesn't. If there is nothing configured on CUPS, and it's hard-disabled in the jabber-config.xml, why are these items still present in the UI? They are in the Communicate menu option, as well as the right-click menu for a contact.
Policies > enableLocalAddressBookSearch
The searching of Outlook contacts by default does work, however, I've yet to figure out the intended way of allowing an end user to add something from the search to the contacts list. When right-clicking an Outlook-based search result, there's no context menu like there is from a result of a directory search contact. Is that a bug, or am I missing something?
So what about people NOT reachable via IM, such as customers, resellers, etc. that are not on our presence platform? Do we have to add a fake IM address to each of them in order to have them be add-able to the Jabber "buddy" list? That will lead to confusion, because in doing so, you unintentially provide the false sense of ability in being able to IM that person when double-clicking their name in the list.
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