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Anchor text: SMS
Target Entity: SMS
Preceding Context: Another useful feature of the XMPP system is that of transports, also known as gateways, which allow users to access networks using other protocols. This can be other instant messaging protocols, but also protocols such as
Succeeding Context: or Email. Unlike multi-protocol clients, XMPP provides this access at the server level by communicating via special gateway services running on a remote computer. Any user can "register" with one of these gateways by providing the information needed to log on to that network, and can then communicate with users of that network as though they were XMPP users. This means any client that fully supports XMPP can access any network with a gateway without extra code in the client, and without the need for the client to have direct access to the Internet. This may violate terms of service on the protocol used—but such terms of service are not legally enforceable in several countries. This also requires sending your IM username and password to the third-party site that operates the transport, which may raise privacy concerns.
Paragraph Title: Connecting to other protocols
Source Page: Extensible Messaging and Presence Protocol

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