We have a healthy rollout of Jabber now with users on their desktops chatting away but mobile clients cant' connect. On Android users get "certificate is unacceptable" unless they check "Accept all SSL certificates" and then they receive "Invalid Login". iPhones complain they can't connect to the server. Is there something that has to be done on the CUPS box to enable mobile clients?
as Jaime says, can you connect to https://:8443/cupuser from your IPAD or from you smart phone, this way at least you can verify your credentials.
I wouldnt worry too much about the cert error at this stage, it just means that the CUPS cert is not part of your smart phone's PKI, unless you pre-install the CUPS server's CA (assuming the CUPS cert is NOT self signed), on your smart phone it will throw up this error; ssl is designed to do so.
Also you might want to attach the Jabber clients error logs to this discussion
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