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Chapter 4

Setting Up Presence and Instant Messaging

Setting Up Presence and Instant Messaging Without Cisco Unified Communications Manager

Setting Up Presence and Instant Messaging Without Cisco Unified Communications Manager

Step 1 Step 2

If Cisco Mobile is already installed on the phone, uninstall and then reinstall Cisco Mobile.

Launch Cisco Mobile, and respond to prompts until you see a prompt to enter a TFTP Server. At that prompt, select Options > Manual Setup.

Step 3

Enter values:

If your deployment does not include a supported version of Cisco Unified Communications Manager, users can manually set up the client for presence and instant messaging.

Use the following procedure to set up presence and instant messaging on a test phone.


Setting Chat username Password Save password Chat resource

Description Enter the credentials for accessing your XMPP server.

Set as desired.

If more than one device is associated with the user’s Jabber User Id (JID), enter the same value as the other client uses to prevent simultaneous sign-in. For example, enter wbxconnect for Cisco WebEx Connect.

Chat server

Enter the server IP address or DNS-routable hostname of the server that provides presence and instant messaging.

If the port is anything other than 5222, include the port.

For Cisco Unified Presence servers, use the format CUPserver.yourcompany.com:<port number>

For information about how to retrieve the Cisco Unified Presence IP address or DNS-routable hostname, see the Cisco Unified Presence documentation.

For Cisco WebEx Connect servers, use the format server ID.webexconnect.com:<port number>

To retrieve Cisco WebEx Connect account details, sign on to the WebEx Connect Administration Tool. Select Additional Services > IM Federation. In the field used to allow non-WebEx Connect XMPP IM clients to authenticate to your Connect domains, locate the URL that represents your server. (The URL is in the following format: server ID.webexconnect.com.)

For more information about Cisco WebEx Connect, see the Cisco WebEx Connect documentation.

Directory (LDAP)

Enter the IP address of your directory server. Use the format

server Port

YourDirectoryServer.YourCompany.com Enter the port number of your directory server.

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Enable SSL

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Administration Guide for Cisco Mobile for Nokia, Release 8.5


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