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[#] Sat Aug 01 2020 18:35:42 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: user deleted from web interface

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I am configuring a citadel server, everything seems to work for the
most part, but when I deleted a user from the web interface, and then
wanted to recreate it, it complains that user already exists,

Try it again. The remnants of that user's record was probably purged overnight and you can create it again now.

[#] Sat Aug 01 2020 18:37:34 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: Overwritten citadel index page

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Is there any way to get the  webcit /var/www/html/index.html page
back?

WebCit doesn't have a /var/www/html/index.html page, because it uses its own self-contained web server.

Do a "netstat -lnp" and see what's listening on port 80. If "httpd" (Apache) has port 80, WebCit can't use it, and vice versa. You have to choose which web server is going to listen on port 80, and move the other one to another port.

[#] Sun Aug 02 2020 22:06:00 EDT from evilsofa @ Uncensored

Subject: Access to other users mail

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Is there a method to give a specified user access to another users email for audit purposes?  Hopefully without the watched person knowing?

 

thanks

Mike



[#] Mon Aug 03 2020 16:07:14 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: Access to other users mail

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If you know the actual name of the room (such as "8644012017.Mail") you can use the private room commands to invite another user to it, but there's no way to prevent the owner of the room from seeing that someone else has access to the room.

[#] Tue Aug 04 2020 17:30:15 EDT from "s3cr3to" <s3cr3to@uncensored.citadel.org> to Citadel_Support <room_Citadel_Support@uncensored.citadel.org>

Subject: Re: Access to other users mail

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You may be able to do this by using IMAP on your computer to connect to
that user account. Just configure it not to download the emails, not to
mark them as read and not to delete anything on the server. (Thunderbird)

Try a new account, fill it with emails and try this method in
thunderbird. You will see that the user's email client does not perceive
this action.(I think)

I do this to organize the mailbox of a user who receives hundreds of
emails a week. The user uses POP (but I already checked with another
user who uses IMAP) to download his mail; and so he doesn't have to
re-download the thousands of emails in case he needs to reinstall his
computer.

Then, when I see that the emails have already been "read/downloaded" by
the user; I simply move the old ones to the archive folder.

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On 8/3/20 2:07 PM, IGnatius T Foobar wrote:
If you know the actual name of the room (such as "8644012017.Mail") you can
use the private room commands to invite another user to it, but there's no
way to prevent the owner of the room from seeing that someone else has access
to the room.

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