Daniel Gultsch | 1 Jun 12:24 2009
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Re: Send Message to Mobile Phone

Hi there,

On Tue, 26 May 2009 17:00:02 -0500
Eusoj Xirdneh <xirdneh@...> wrote:
> Hi there... i would like to create, dont know if there's allready, a
> little plugin to psi-im so when a contact is offline the user can
> send a message to this contact's cell phone. More specific this
> contacts Nextel Mobile Phone. This is because in Mexico, dnot know
> the rest of the world, the srevice for sending messages via web to a
> Nextel Mobile. But I was wondering how can i do this?, I was thinking
> maybe send a bunch of messages via Nextel's webpage and watch the
> ethernet packets then try to reproduce them. Any ideas out there?.

It's easier than that. You should have a closer look to the website of
nextel. Download the webdeveloper toolbar for Firefox and inspect the
formular which is used to send the message. Every formular lets the
browser generates a POST request to a certain site with the message and
the cellphone number as parameters.
However if you know the site's url and the name of the parameters you
don't need a browser or a user the fire off the call. You can do this
in a plugin as well.
A problem will maybe be the captcha (if there is one) or the login (if
there is one) but you can reproduce the login call in your plugin as
well.

cheers Daniel
Fernando Mora | 1 Jun 17:21 2009

Re: Send Message to Mobile Phone

If you are doing that you can try tcpmon if you don´t to install any firefox plug-ins (or if you aren´t using firefox at all)

http://ws.apache.org/commons/tcpmon/

Good luck!

-JF-


On Mon, Jun 1, 2009 at 5:24 AM, Daniel Gultsch <daniel-obNX7exkgNaELgA04lAiVw@public.gmane.org> wrote:
Hi there,

On Tue, 26 May 2009 17:00:02 -0500
Eusoj Xirdneh <xirdneh-Re5JQEeQqe8AvxtiuMwx3w@public.gmane.org> wrote:
> Hi there... i would like to create, dont know if there's allready, a
> little plugin to psi-im so when a contact is offline the user can
> send a message to this contact's cell phone. More specific this
> contacts Nextel Mobile Phone. This is because in Mexico, dnot know
> the rest of the world, the srevice for sending messages via web to a
> Nextel Mobile. But I was wondering how can i do this?, I was thinking
> maybe send a bunch of messages via Nextel's webpage and watch the
> ethernet packets then try to reproduce them. Any ideas out there?.

It's easier than that. You should have a closer look to the website of
nextel. Download the webdeveloper toolbar for Firefox and inspect the
formular which is used to send the message. Every formular lets the
browser generates a POST request to a certain site with the message and
the cellphone number as parameters.
However if you know the site's url and the name of the parameters you
don't need a browser or a user the fire off the call. You can do this
in a plugin as well.
A problem will maybe be the captcha (if there is one) or the login (if
there is one) but you can reproduce the login call in your plugin as
well.

cheers Daniel
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<p>If you are doing that you can try tcpmon if you don&acute;t to install any firefox plug-ins (or if you aren&acute;t using firefox at all)<br><br><a href="http://ws.apache.org/commons/tcpmon/">http://ws.apache.org/commons/tcpmon/</a><br><br>Good luck!<br><br>-JF-≤br><br><br></p>
<div class="gmail_quote">On Mon, Jun 1, 2009 at 5:24 AM, Daniel Gultsch <span dir="ltr">&lt;<a href="mailto:daniel@...">daniel@...</a>&gt;</span> wrote:<br><blockquote class="gmail_quote">
Hi there,<br><div>
<div></div>
<div class="h5">
<br>
On Tue, 26 May 2009 17:00:02 -0500<br>
Eusoj Xirdneh &lt;<a href="mailto:xirdneh@...">xirdneh@...</a>&gt; wrote:<br>
&gt; Hi there... i would like to create, dont know if there's allready, a<br>
&gt; little plugin to psi-im so when a contact is offline the user can<br>
&gt; send a message to this contact's cell phone. More specific this<br>
&gt; contacts Nextel Mobile Phone. This is because in Mexico, dnot know<br>
&gt; the rest of the world, the srevice for sending messages via web to a<br>
&gt; Nextel Mobile. But I was wondering how can i do this?, I was thinking<br>
&gt; maybe send a bunch of messages via Nextel's webpage and watch the<br>
&gt; ethernet packets then try to reproduce them. Any ideas out there?.<br><br>
</div>
</div>It's easier than that. You should have a closer look to the website of<br>
nextel. Download the webdeveloper toolbar for Firefox and inspect the<br>
formular which is used to send the message. Every formular lets the<br>
browser generates a POST request to a certain site with the message and<br>
the cellphone number as parameters.<br>
However if you know the site's url and the name of the parameters you<br>
don't need a browser or a user the fire off the call. You can do this<br>
in a plugin as well.<br>
A problem will maybe be the captcha (if there is one) or the login (if<br>
there is one) but you can reproduce the login call in your plugin as<br>
well.<br><br>
cheers Daniel<br>
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Jesse Thompson | 1 Jun 19:19 2009
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Re: Psi 0.13-rc1

Detlev Casanova wrote:
> Hi Jesse,
> You might try the latest windows snapshot, it has voice call support now even 
> though it still needs some testing : 
>   http://andbit.net/psi_snapshots/win/

You guys rock!  It works very well.  Tested Win<->Win and Win<->Mac.

The only significant problem was that we had some connection negotiation 
problems that seem to be related to wifi.  Is there a minimum network 
bandwidth or speed that is required?

If we see problems, what sort of debugging information do you guys want? 
  XML console output?

Keep up the good work!

Jesse

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Detlev Casanova wrote:
> Hi Jesse,
> You might try the latest windows snapshot, it has voice call support now even 
> though it still needs some testing : 
>   http://andbit.net/psi_snapshots/win/

You guys rock!  It works very well.  Tested Win<->Win and Win<->Mac.

The only significant problem was that we had some connection negotiation 
problems that seem to be related to wifi.  Is there a minimum network 
bandwidth or speed that is required?

If we see problems, what sort of debugging information do you guys want? 
  XML console output?

Keep up the good work!

Jesse

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Eusoj Xirdneh | 1 Jun 23:24 2009
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Re: Psi-Devel Digest, Vol 61, Issue 1

Message: 1
Date: Mon, 1 Jun 2009 12:24:34 +0200
From: Daniel Gultsch <daniel <at> gultsch.de>
Subject: Re: [Psi-Devel] Send Message to Mobile Phone
To: psi-devel-SZZJV8XAoCOafHyzBZYi8g@public.gmane.orgcom
Message-ID: <20090601122434.766b9f3c.daniel-obNX7exkgNaELgA04lAiVw@public.gmane.org>
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Hi there,

On Tue, 26 May 2009 17:00:02 -0500
Eusoj Xirdneh <xirdneh-Re5JQEeQqe8AvxtiuMwx3w@public.gmane.org> wrote:
> Hi there... i would like to create, dont know if there's allready, a
> little plugin to psi-im so when a contact is offline the user can
> send a message to this contact's cell phone. More specific this
> contacts Nextel Mobile Phone. This is because in Mexico, dnot know
> the rest of the world, the srevice for sending messages via web to a
> Nextel Mobile. But I was wondering how can i do this?, I was thinking
> maybe send a bunch of messages via Nextel's webpage and watch the
> ethernet packets then try to reproduce them. Any ideas out there?.

It's easier than that. You should have a closer look to the website of
nextel. Download the webdeveloper toolbar for Firefox and inspect the
formular which is used to send the message. Every formular lets the
browser generates a POST request to a certain site with the message and
the cellphone number as parameters.
However if you know the site's url and the name of the parameters you
don't need a browser or a user the fire off the call. You can do this
in a plugin as well.
A problem will maybe be the captcha (if there is one) or the login (if
there is one) but you can reproduce the login call in your plugin as
well.

cheers Daniel

All right, so with the firefox toolbar i can create the post request, im going to try that. Nextels site doesnt have any login so it should be no problem, the only thing is that i think its a javascript the one that sends the POST request. Can i still do it with the firefox webdveloper toolbar?. and another thing. when you say that i can do this in a plungin as well you mean for firefox or psi? if for psi, then i didnt knew i could create plugins. I've been messing with qt an c++ changing several aspects of psi, are the plugins made as this or is there some kind of plugin ide?
<div>
<div class="gmail_quote"><blockquote class="gmail_quote">
Message: 1<br>
Date: Mon, 1 Jun 2009 12:24:34 +0200<br>
From: Daniel Gultsch &lt;<a href="mailto:daniel@...">daniel <at> gultsch.de</a>&gt;<br>
Subject: Re: [Psi-Devel] Send Message to Mobile Phone<br>
To: <a href="mailto:psi-devel@...">psi-devel@...com</a><br>
Message-ID: &lt;<a href="mailto:20090601122434.766b9f3c.daniel@...">20090601122434.766b9f3c.daniel@...</a>&gt;<br>
Content-Type: text/plain; charset=US-ASCII<br><br>
Hi there,<br><br>
On Tue, 26 May 2009 17:00:02 -0500<br>
Eusoj Xirdneh &lt;<a href="mailto:xirdneh@...">xirdneh@...</a>&gt; wrote:<br>
&gt; Hi there... i would like to create, dont know if there's allready, a<br>
&gt; little plugin to psi-im so when a contact is offline the user can<br>
&gt; send a message to this contact's cell phone. More specific this<br>
&gt; contacts Nextel Mobile Phone. This is because in Mexico, dnot know<br>
&gt; the rest of the world, the srevice for sending messages via web to a<br>
&gt; Nextel Mobile. But I was wondering how can i do this?, I was thinking<br>
&gt; maybe send a bunch of messages via Nextel's webpage and watch the<br>
&gt; ethernet packets then try to reproduce them. Any ideas out there?.<br><br>
It's easier than that. You should have a closer look to the website of<br>
nextel. Download the webdeveloper toolbar for Firefox and inspect the<br>
formular which is used to send the message. Every formular lets the<br>
browser generates a POST request to a certain site with the message and<br>
the cellphone number as parameters.<br>
However if you know the site's url and the name of the parameters you<br>
don't need a browser or a user the fire off the call. You can do this<br>
in a plugin as well.<br>
A problem will maybe be the captcha (if there is one) or the login (if<br>
there is one) but you can reproduce the login call in your plugin as<br>
well.<br><br>
cheers Daniel<br><br>
</blockquote></div>All right, so with the firefox toolbar i can create the post request, im going to try that. Nextels site doesnt have any login so it should be no problem, the only thing is that i think its a javascript the one that sends the POST request. Can i still do it with the firefox webdveloper toolbar?. and another thing. when you say that i can do this in a plungin as well you mean for firefox or psi? if for psi, then i didnt knew i could create plugins. I've been messing with qt an c++ changing several aspects of psi, are the plugins made as this or is there some kind of plugin ide?<br>
</div>
Jesse Thompson | 3 Jun 19:22 2009
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Psi add/auth loop

I'm not sure if this is a problem with Psi or ejabberd or if it is just 
a network issue.  We have been seeing sporadic cases where users get 
into an Add/Auth loop where the window keeps popping up after adding a 
contact.  Usually it goes away after clicking Add/Auth a few times.

This morning our desktop support team reported that recently all users 
at one of our remote offices experience this when adding every contact, 
and the Add/Auth windows do not stop popping up until they click Close 
on one of the windows.

Here is the description of the problem from our desktop support staff:
"
Over the past week I have been adding several new users to Psi over at
xxxx.  I'm noticing that the authorization process seems to get
stuck in a loop.  In the past when you would add a contact the contact
would get a window where they had to click "Add/Auth".  Then the
requester would get the same window where they would click "Add/Auth".
At this point they could now chat with each other.  Lately, the
"Add/Auth" process is a never-ending loop.  The only way I have been
able to make it stop is to have one of the users click "Close".  Any ideas?
"

I clarified that they are setting up all users with Psi 0.12, and all of 
these particular users are using Windows.  It does happen for every 
contact they add.

I have yet to confirm whether this happens to existing users (that 
haven't had problems in the past) when they try to add a contact when 
they are connected to that network.  This might be an indication that it 
is somehow related to the network.

We are using ejabberd.  We upgrade from ejabberd 1.1.4 to 2.0.4 two 
weeks ago, and it is possible that these problems started happening 
after the upgrade, but it is hard to tell for sure.  ejabberd is set up 
as a 2 node cluster with mnesia as the backend for roster data.

Has anyone seen this type of problem with Psi?  Do you think it is a 
problem with the client or the server?

Thanks,
Jesse

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I'm not sure if this is a problem with Psi or ejabberd or if it is just 
a network issue.  We have been seeing sporadic cases where users get 
into an Add/Auth loop where the window keeps popping up after adding a 
contact.  Usually it goes away after clicking Add/Auth a few times.

This morning our desktop support team reported that recently all users 
at one of our remote offices experience this when adding every contact, 
and the Add/Auth windows do not stop popping up until they click Close 
on one of the windows.

Here is the description of the problem from our desktop support staff:
"
Over the past week I have been adding several new users to Psi over at
xxxx.  I'm noticing that the authorization process seems to get
stuck in a loop.  In the past when you would add a contact the contact
would get a window where they had to click "Add/Auth".  Then the
requester would get the same window where they would click "Add/Auth".
At this point they could now chat with each other.  Lately, the
"Add/Auth" process is a never-ending loop.  The only way I have been
able to make it stop is to have one of the users click "Close".  Any ideas?
"

I clarified that they are setting up all users with Psi 0.12, and all of 
these particular users are using Windows.  It does happen for every 
contact they add.

I have yet to confirm whether this happens to existing users (that 
haven't had problems in the past) when they try to add a contact when 
they are connected to that network.  This might be an indication that it 
is somehow related to the network.

We are using ejabberd.  We upgrade from ejabberd 1.1.4 to 2.0.4 two 
weeks ago, and it is possible that these problems started happening 
after the upgrade, but it is hard to tell for sure.  ejabberd is set up 
as a 2 node cluster with mnesia as the backend for roster data.

Has anyone seen this type of problem with Psi?  Do you think it is a 
problem with the client or the server?

Thanks,
Jesse

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Division of Information Technology, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Email/IM: jesse.thompson@...
Paulo Ribeiro | 3 Jun 21:31 2009

Re: Psi add/auth loop

Jesse Thompson wrote:
[...]
> Has anyone seen this type of problem with Psi?  Do you think it is a 
> problem with the client or the server?

I also witness the same behavior every time I add a contact, but I'm 
using Openfire as the server.

--

-- 
Paulo Ribeiro
Jesse Thompson | 3 Jun 21:55 2009
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Re: Psi add/auth loop

Paulo Ribeiro wrote:
> Jesse Thompson wrote:
> [...]
>> Has anyone seen this type of problem with Psi? Do you think it is a
>> problem with the client or the server?
>
> I also witness the same behavior every time I add a contact, but I'm
> using Openfire as the server.

Thanks.  That helps narrow down the problem.

Jesse

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Paulo Ribeiro wrote:
> Jesse Thompson wrote:
> [...]
>> Has anyone seen this type of problem with Psi? Do you think it is a
>> problem with the client or the server?
>
> I also witness the same behavior every time I add a contact, but I'm
> using Openfire as the server.

Thanks.  That helps narrow down the problem.

Jesse

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Division of Information Technology, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Email/IM: jesse.thompson@...
Justin Karneges | 4 Jun 19:38 2009

Re: Psi 0.13-rc1

On Saturday 23 May 2009 12:35:40 Justin Karneges wrote:
> Final on June 6th if no showstoppers are found.

An update here: bugs were found, so this date is no longer valid and there 
will be an RC2.  Most of the bugs so far have been fixed, so RC2 is probably 
not too far off.

-Justin
Jesse Thompson | 6 Jun 00:02 2009
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Re: Psi add/auth loop

Jesse Thompson wrote:
> Paulo Ribeiro wrote:
>> Jesse Thompson wrote:
>> [...]
>>> Has anyone seen this type of problem with Psi? Do you think it is a
>>> problem with the client or the server?
>>
>> I also witness the same behavior every time I add a contact, but I'm
>> using Openfire as the server.
>
> Thanks. That helps narrow down the problem.

http://flyspray.psi-im.org/task/968

Jesse

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Jesse Thompson wrote:
> Paulo Ribeiro wrote:
>> Jesse Thompson wrote:
>> [...]
>>> Has anyone seen this type of problem with Psi? Do you think it is a
>>> problem with the client or the server?
>>
>> I also witness the same behavior every time I add a contact, but I'm
>> using Openfire as the server.
>
> Thanks. That helps narrow down the problem.

http://flyspray.psi-im.org/task/968

Jesse

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Division of Information Technology, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Email/IM: jesse.thompson@...
textshell | 6 Jun 13:45 2009
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Re: Psi add/auth loop

On Wed, Jun 03, 2009 at 12:22:30PM -0500, Jesse Thompson wrote:
> I'm not sure if this is a problem with Psi or ejabberd or if it is just  
> a network issue.  We have been seeing sporadic cases where users get  
> into an Add/Auth loop where the window keeps popping up after adding a  
> contact.  Usually it goes away after clicking Add/Auth a few times.
>
> This morning our desktop support team reported that recently all users  
> at one of our remote offices experience this when adding every contact,  
> and the Add/Auth windows do not stop popping up until they click Close  
> on one of the windows.
>
> Here is the description of the problem from our desktop support staff:
> "
> Over the past week I have been adding several new users to Psi over at
> xxxx.  I'm noticing that the authorization process seems to get
> stuck in a loop.  In the past when you would add a contact the contact
> would get a window where they had to click "Add/Auth".  Then the
> requester would get the same window where they would click "Add/Auth".
> At this point they could now chat with each other.  Lately, the
> "Add/Auth" process is a never-ending loop.  The only way I have been
> able to make it stop is to have one of the users click "Close".  Any ideas?
> "
>
> I clarified that they are setting up all users with Psi 0.12, and all of  
> these particular users are using Windows.  It does happen for every  
> contact they add.
>
> I have yet to confirm whether this happens to existing users (that  
> haven't had problems in the past) when they try to add a contact when  
> they are connected to that network.  This might be an indication that it  
> is somehow related to the network.
>
> We are using ejabberd.  We upgrade from ejabberd 1.1.4 to 2.0.4 two  
> weeks ago, and it is possible that these problems started happening  
> after the upgrade, but it is hard to tell for sure.  ejabberd is set up  
> as a 2 node cluster with mnesia as the backend for roster data.
>
> Has anyone seen this type of problem with Psi?  Do you think it is a  
> problem with the client or the server?
>

Can you get xml console logs for this? What does the tooltip of the contact that's in an
add/auth loop show? Is there a line that starts with Subscription? If so
what is the full contents of that line?

Maybe the server is confused when psi sends it an auth request for an
already authorized contact and starts for scratch somehow. Are both users
on the same server or is some server to server communication problem
possible? Is the ejabberd deployment clustered?

 - Martin

Gmane