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How to use PHP to connect to Openfire (Jabber / XMPP) server?

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I have an Openfire XMPP server running.  Still getting familiar with it.  I'd like to be able to have some PHP scripts that, when triggered, send me a note.  Is there a library / class that would also this connection?  I don't need the PHP 'bot' to read anything or interact -- just post information.
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Couldn't get the actual client / class to work from this link, but the referenced class.jabber.php worked fine.
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