Swissjabber stays offline

All former Swissjabber users have surely found a new Jabber home by now. The Jabber server was unavailable since December 2017. Therefore, I do not think it makes sense anymore to resume server operation. The story can be found here. Swissjabber stays offline - Thank you for your loyalty! Tell us your thoughts on Twitter under hashtag #swissjabber or via E-Mail. Greetings, Marco

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Swissjabber founder takes over domains and database

At the end of 2017 I got emails from contacts of my time with Swissjabber. What happened to Swissjabber? and the hint, that the service has been completely unavailable for some time. With the help of Nine (thank you!!!!) it was possible to get in touch with the current operator PRIVATE LAYER. Here are the facts: The server was shut down sometime in early 2018. I am back in possession of most Swissjabber domains.

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PRIVATE LAYER takes over hosting for Swissjabber

Who is PRIVATE LAYER Private Layer (AS51852 / privatelayer.com), with data centers and hosting operations in Switzerland, offers a wide range of offshore privacy hosting products that are designed to meet the technical and budgetary needs of international customers that value privacy and stability. Why nine handovers Swissjabber to PRIVATE LAYER nine.ch, as the leading provider of managed Linux servers in Switzerland, is in the process of redefining their efforts and strengths across our current product portfolio, in order to meet the future customer and market demands.

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About Swissjabber

Today Swissjabber is a popular, medium sized Jabber server, which is primarily operated by users from Germany and Switzerland. The story of Swissjabber began in August 2002, when Marco Balmer (aka Micressor) discovered Jabber’s technology. On 25.11.2002 it was so far, all Initial work was done and the server was running on a rented server in Basel. to the grid. To date, the project has undergone a number of technical changes.

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