Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 842123
[kopete] ICQ messages are not delivered
Last modified: 2013-08-01 07:56:15 EDT
Short intro: already solved and I don't think it is easy to reproduce, maybe the main reason is in the server part, but someone might has the same.
The problem is that any ICQ message is not delivered / not received. Progress indicator moves for some time and then becames a yellow triangle. Same for both online and offline contacts.
When logged with qutim messenger, text like following was received in answer to test outgoing message:
(13:40:42) <HTML><BODY>As a security precaution, please click the link to verify your ICQ account <a href="http://validate.icq.com/icq/validate.html?uid=UIN&sid=SID&lang=en">http://validate.icq.com/icq/validate.html?uid=UIN&sid=SID&lang=en</a>.</BODY></HTML>
Text at the link:
Welcome Back! this ICQ account has not been used for a long time, please activate it by typing the letters that appear in the box below
Problem disappeared after validation.
I login to ICQ account almost every day, however usage for messaging is less frequent (once per week, maybe).
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