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Do AIM & ICQ notification to mobile app still work in WHM?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Lawrence Lam, Jun 25, 2015.

  1. Lawrence Lam

    Lawrence Lam Registered

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    I am setting up a new server with cPanel/WHM. Do AIM & ICQ notification to mobile app still work? I found someone mentioned the port for ICQ is 5190. What about AIM?
     
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    I managed to receive 2 ICQ notifications from the server last night. But that was before I installed ConfigServer. I am not getting any more notification although I have added the rumoured port 5190 port to ConfigServer.
     
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    I found somewhere saying the port for ICQ is 4000 and AIM is 5190. But still not working after whitelisting.
     
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    Hello :)

    AIM and ICQ notifications still work as of cPanel version 11.50. Are you able to reproduce the issue when your firewall is temporarily disabled?

    Thank you.
     
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