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[#] Sun May 15 2016 00:42:49 EDT from Lordshadowwing @ Uncensored

Subject: Customer security concerns

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I have a customer that likes the idea of citadel, but he wants all traffic coming from the server to be encrypted if possible. He wants the HTTP:// page to automatically redirect to the HTTPS:// page, he wants all outgoing emails to be encrypted it the receiving server supports it and he wants to block access to the unsecured pop, IMAP and SMTP ports. Is this possible or am I going to have to manually configure dovecot postfix and some other things for him?



[#] Sun May 15 2016 02:15:27 EDT from wylekyote @ Uncensored

Subject: block incomnig mail from a specific user@domain

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I've got one of my users being harassed by someone and while I know its possible that someone can just go get another email address somewhere, I wanted to find a simple way to just drop their inbound email or otherwise block it from the server side (my user has multiple imap devices, some of which don't support filtering -- iphones, etc)

 

Suggestions?



[#] Sun May 15 2016 08:49:41 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: Customer security concerns

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The web redirect is something you'd have to do by running a "regular" web server on port 80 to handle the redirect. I think everything else you can probably do with an iptables script on your server.

[#] Sun May 15 2016 08:50:36 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: block incomnig mail from a specific user@domain

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I've got one of my users being harassed by someone and while I know
its possible that someone can just go get another email address
somewhere, I wanted to find a simple way to just drop their inbound
email or otherwise block it from the server side (my user has

If you're runnning SpamAssassin with your Citadel server (easy since Citadel has the hooks built in), you can just do a blacklist_from entry in your local.cf file.

[#] Sun May 22 2016 10:02:16 EDT from Swain224 @ Uncensored

Subject: Log all incoming and outgoing mail

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Hello, I'm new to the whole Catadel thing, I was woundering if thers a way to mointer and view all incoming and outgoing mail sent?

Thanks

Trent



[#] Sun May 22 2016 16:13:39 EDT from Silicon Knight @ Uncensored

Subject: Trying to run ./setup under debian

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I get the following trying to run ./setup after setting up all the deps and citadel via sourcecode.

/*

       Error

Setup could not connect to a running Citadel server.: No such file or directory /usr/local/citadel/citadel-admin.socket

 

*/

 

Any help is appreciated.

 

SK



[#] Sun May 22 2016 16:51:13 EDT from Silicon Knight @ Uncensored

Subject: Also

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There is a error in line 275 of webserver.c.

I just put 'static int' in front of it to compile successfully.

 

 



[#] Mon May 23 2016 18:27:18 EDT from vstuff @ Uncensored

Subject: Adding aliases programatically

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Hi Citadel support,

 

I've been using Citadel as an email server on my raspberry pi and it's been running great, thanks for working on this project!

 

My question is I want to just run a simple script that adds a a certain email alias to a some certain citadel user instead of having to go through webcit all the time.

 

Another question, you guys think it's safe to expose webcit to the open web or I should keep it only to my local network?

 

Thanks a lot,

vstuff



[#] Mon May 23 2016 18:27:54 EDT from vstuff @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: Adding aliases programatically

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oops, sorry for posting at the wrong place.



[#] Mon May 23 2016 18:30:32 EDT from vstuff @ Uncensored

Subject: citadel_support@citadel.org

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Hi Citadel support,

 

I've been using Citadel as an email server on my raspberry pi and it's been running great, thanks for working on this project!

 

My question is I want to just run a simple script that adds a a certain email alias to a some certain citadel user instead of having to go through webcit all the time.

 

Another question, you guys think it's safe to expose webcit to the open web or I should keep it only to my local network?

 

Thanks a lot,

vstuff



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