...yet these functions seem to be missing from the IM client. As far as I know our organization's service-side policy allows for sending images over IM (confirmed this using the jabber client on a windows machine).
Am I just "doing it wrong" somehow? Is there some special method I need to use to be able to paste images into an IM conversation?
Jabber for Mac - End User unable to Cut & Paste Images in IM
Forgive my ignorance here, but where exactly is the "attach button"? Is this something that has to enabled on the server-side? If so, how can I check to see if my organization supports it for Mac? Seems that they do since the windows client allows the copy-and-paste of images into a chat (although even in the windows client there is no "attach" button for my org)
Re: Jabber for Mac - End User unable to Cut & Paste Images in IM
It appears they disabled it server-side as the button (a paperclip) normaly appears to the right of the emoticon button. While the jabber-config.xml file can block specific file extensions, it cannot disable the feature entirely. This is done within the Service Parameters of the server, which only an admin can see.
Step 1 Choose Cisco Unified CM IM and Presence Administration > System > Service Parameters.
Step 2 From the Server menu, choose an IM and Presence node .
Step 3 In the Service Parameter Configuration window, choose Cisco XCP Router as the service.
Step 4 From the Enable file transfer drop-down list, click On or Off.
Step 5 Click Save.
Step 6 Restart the Cisco XCP Router Service on every node in the cluster. For more information, see Restart Cisco
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