Login to a chat service. If no account is specified, the default is used if one is configured. A local account is created with the JID as it's name if it doesn't already exist.
/connect <account> [server <server>] [port <port>] [tls force|allow|trust|legacy|disable] [auth default|legacy]
The local account you wish to connect with, or a JID if connecting for the first time.
- server <server>
Supply a server if it is different to the domain part of your JID.
- port <port>
The port to use if different to the default (5222, or 5223 for SSL).
- tls force
Force TLS connection, and fail if one cannot be established, this is default behaviour.
- tls allow
Use TLS for the connection if it is available.
- tls trust
Force TLS connection and trust server's certificate.
- tls legacy
Use legacy TLS for the connection. It means server doesn't support STARTTLS and TLS is forced just after TCP connection is established.
- tls disable
Disable TLS for the connection.
- auth default
Default authentication process.
- auth legacy
Allow legacy authentication.
/connect firstname.lastname@example.org server talk.google.com
/connect email@example.com port 5678
/connect firstname.lastname@example.org server 127.0.0.1 tls disable
/connect me@chatty server chatty.com port 5443