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How to use 443 TCP port for Google Talk

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base on my research, the Google Talk can use either port 5222 or port 443 for chat.  I am going to use Google Talk in office for a group of users but I want to secure it.  How can I make sure to use port 443 for Google Talk?
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did you check this post
http://www.experts-exchange.com/Security/Misc/Q_22042424.html
all the options for your query is availalble in the above post :)

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