prosody xmpp server "Failed in all attempts to connect to proxy.eu.jabber.org"

Aug 13 13:46:33 s2sout2d45040    info    Failed in all attempts to connect to proxy.eu.jabber.org
Aug 13 13:46:33 s2sout2d45040    info    Sending error replies for 1 queued stanzas because of failed outgoing connection to proxy.eu.jabber.org

No clue why it tries to use a proxy not explicitly specified.  This could be because the proxy specified for the domain fails when someone is trying to send a file.  I wish this could be disabled for security reasons in prosody.


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