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[#] Tue Jun 25 2024 07:26:53 EDT from Nurb432

Subject: Re: New installation, can't log out?

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No expert here, but id try incognito mode in the browser.  to me it sounds like something is being cached.



[#] Tue Jun 25 2024 20:37:03 EDT from kdv666

Subject: Re: New installation, can't log out?

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Many thanks for the suggestion, you're right.  I'll have to try to see why that's happening!  Regards.

 



[#] Wed Jun 26 2024 03:44:49 EDT from Mike1700

Subject: Re: LDAP and OPENID

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Thu Jun 13 2024 00:12:30 EDT from nickb Subject: Re: LDAP and OPENID

 

Mon Jun 10 2024 09:22:42 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar Subject: Re: LDAP and OPENID
I am running Debian 12, do you know if OPENID is still supported
and what libraries LDAP requires so that the modules are built
during the easy setup process?

OpenID isn't supported anymore, no one was using it and it was becoming a burden to maintain. In the future we are likely to add OAuth and/or SAML because that seems to be what the world is using now.

LDAP is fully supported in every build. If you have Citadel you have LDAP.

 

Mr. Foobar and Support Team,

If LDAP is fully supported, how do you get rid of the message, "NOTE: This Citadel server has been built without LDAP support. These options will have no effect." 

Please also not that my install was partially executed and that i had to manually add some of the "systemctl services"

How do I ENABLE the LDAP support?



I am on debian bookworm.

On a fresh install i am using this

apt install build-essential curl g++ gettext shared-mime-info libssl-dev slapd ldap-utils libical-dev libstdc++6

together with the easy-install script.

Might be too much but is doing the job.

 

 



[#] Wed Jun 26 2024 03:50:57 EDT from Mike1700

Subject: How to access the admin user with ldap activated

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Im on Debian bookworm ( fresh installed )

A fresh install with

apt install build-essential curl g++ gettext shared-mime-info libssl-dev slapd ldap-utils libical-dev libstdc++6

and the easy-install script ends with a working citadel server.

All domain user are pulled in and accessable, BUT not the build in admin user.

So how do i access the bulid in admin user ?



[#] Fri Jun 28 2024 01:06:35 EDT from kdv666

Subject: citadel install hangs

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Hello. I've installed Citadel on a Debian 12 VPS using the EasyIntall process.  All the compilations, etc, seemed to go without a problem.  Eventually, it got to "Restarting Citadel server to apply changes",

which was followed by a line of dots which were replaced by * as the procedure advanced.

When it got to four dots from the end, however, everything hangs.  It just sits there, with the last 4 dots unmoving.  Eventually, I broke out with a ctrl-C, and ran citadel setup manually, but exactly the same thing happened.

I should add that I accepted all the defaults for the questions that were asked by the setup process, as they seemed reasonable.

All the required ports are open.

I'd appreciate some advice.

Thank you to all those who have put in so much hard work on this project!

 



[#] Fri Jun 28 2024 18:52:29 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar

Subject: ALL Citadel servers have LDAP. Ignore the warning message.

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If LDAP is fully supported, how do you get rid of the message,
"NOTE: This Citadel server has been built without LDAP support.
These options will have no effect." 

All right, I just went in to see what the heck is going on with this issue, and here is what I found:

You may IGNORE the message that says "Citadel has been built without LDAP support." There is no such thing. That message displays even if you have a working LDAP setup.

We will work on getting that spurious message removed. In the mean time, the workaround is to ignore it.

Thank you for all of the reports.

[#] Fri Jun 28 2024 22:46:57 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar

Subject: Re: ALL Citadel servers have LDAP. Ignore the warning message.

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And to make things a little easier ... we have updated the published Citadel distribution to version 1001, which is now available in source distribution, Docker container, and Easy Install.

There's not much new in this version except for the removal of the erroneous "Citadel has been built without LDAP support" message. Also, the option to switch from self-contained authentication to LDAP authentication has been moved from the "Access" tab to the "Directory" tab. This seems to make a little more sense.

[#] Sun Jun 30 2024 07:33:21 EDT from Ernstl

Subject: Website: Broken link to feature list

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Greetings,

I just visited the Citadel website and found that a link on the website (to the feature list) is broken.

It seems important for new visitors and potential users to be able to find out about the features of Citadel.

From the Web Archive, this link seems broken for a while now.

Link goes to:  https://www.citadel.org/doku.php?id=features

Showing this at the destination:

I went back several years and last time this link worked was in 2019:

Suggestion is to fix the broken link.

All the best,
Ernst



[#] Sun Jun 30 2024 07:34:50 EDT from Ernstl

Subject: Re: Website: Broken link to feature list

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... excuse me, 2020.

I guess just the link URL needs to be updated.

All the best,
Ernst



[#] Sun Jun 30 2024 11:19:37 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar

Subject: Re: Website: Broken link to feature list

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Thanks for the heads up, we will fix that!

[#] Tue Jul 09 2024 15:52:37 EDT from user

Subject: Edit a mail in "Drafts" of "My folders"

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Hello,

Is it possible to edit a mail in "Drafts" under "My folders"?

Thanks!



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