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When my internet connection goes down (which happens rather frequently here) and Empathy disconnects it drops notifications for new messages. So if I haven't opened the conversation window, I will probably never notice a message someone has sent me that I didn't catch in time. Is there a way for Empathy to remind you of new messages even after disconnects?

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closed as too localized by Marco Ceppi Feb 3 '12 at 0:00

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This question has not information added in it for a very long time and probably describes a bug in old package versions. I have flagged it to a moderator so it can be closed. If you think that this is still a valid question and that you are still suffering for this issue you can always flag it so that it can be re-opened. –  Bruno Pereira Feb 2 '12 at 23:02
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I assume this is rather a bug, meaning this is poor behaviour by empathy. Maybe you find a bug that is already filed on launchpad

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