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  1. #1
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    Question Regarding Server History

    I was told today from someone on TeamSpeak that they are able to see any/all servers that I have previously/currently am on.

    Is this actually possible?

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    Nobody knows all servers you have been on before.*

    *Except the admins from these servers and/or the users who have seen you there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dante696 View Post
    Nobody knows all servers you have been on before.*

    *Except the admins from these servers and/or the users who have seen you there.
    So, in this scenario:

    I sign on TeamSpeak Server A.
    I sign on TeamSpeak Server B.

    Admin from TeamSpeak Server A can now see that I am on TeamSpeak Server B? As long as it's an admin?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aimeri View Post
    So, in this scenario:

    I sign on TeamSpeak Server A.
    I sign on TeamSpeak Server B.

    Admin from TeamSpeak Server A can now see that I am on TeamSpeak Server B? As long as it's an admin?
    Just apply to your scenario the Dante's answer:
    If the Admin of server A is also admin in server B,
    then yes,
    else no.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PotaBlava View Post
    Just apply to your scenario the Dante's answer:
    If the Admin of server A is also admin in server B,
    then yes,
    else no.
    Yeah I just wanted to clarify. An admin on a server told a group of us that he could see us on another server that he did not have the information to. He said there is a TS History website that would show it.

    Thanks for the reply guys.

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    Probably he meant a TS-Viewer like tsviewer.com or on the clans/guild/organisation website.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alcazar View Post
    Probably he meant a TS-Viewer like tsviewer.com or on the clans/guild/organisation website.
    See that's the thing though. It's not a clan TS. It's a private TeamSpeak server I put up for myself and a few buddies to play on. The admin from the other TeamSpeak did not have my TeamSpeak server information.

    I think it was just a lie.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alcazar View Post
    Probably he meant a TS-Viewer like tsviewer.com or on the clans/guild/organisation website.
    Yes. With his comment I thought the same.

    Dante has answered thinking in the tools that the TS3 server offers to the admins.

    And this admin was probably talking about webservices that act as tree-viewer of the servers that owners or admins or equivalent have suscribed to them. For example, tsviewer.com. These services show the channel tree with the current users and allow to search for users in all the servers suscribed but they show the last connection in a week or so.

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