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[#] Wed Sep 10 2014 08:51:32 EDT from jame @ Rocasa Mail System

Subject: Re: BinkD, fidonet?

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Thu Sep 04 2014 17:33:05 EDT from dothebart @ Uncensored Subject: Re: BinkD, fidonet?

(if not an imap bridge is available on the fidonet side)

 

I'd be most interested in how that is or was done?

 

 


Jame

 



[#] Thu Sep 11 2014 02:08:07 EDT from dothebart @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: BinkD, fidonet?

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Wed Sep 10 2014 08:51:32 EDT from jame @ Rocasa Mail System Subject: Re: BinkD, fidonet?

 

Thu Sep 04 2014 17:33:05 EDT from dothebart @ Uncensored Subject: Re: BinkD, fidonet?

(if not an imap bridge is available on the fidonet side)

I'd be most interested in how that is or was done?


Jame

I don't know which protocols you've got available on the fidonet side.If Imap, or POP3 is on the list, imapcopy or fetchmail may be viable alternatives.



[#] Fri Sep 12 2014 13:09:32 EDT from friday @ Uncensored

Subject: Disable outside SMTP Relay?

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I recently got through as disastrous ASSP proxy server install. It was a train wreck, and too buggy for use. But, one thing I did appreciate about ASSP was the ability to disable any attempts to relay mail from an outside source. 

But, I had to disable ASSP.

So as of now, when port 25 is forwarded from our public IP to our internal NAT'd Citadel box, any outside source could potentially guess a user account and password, and spam the world, causing the IP to be RBL'd.

Is there anyway to disable this by limiting the ability to relay mail to the internet from only internal subnets?



[#] Sat Sep 13 2014 07:44:41 EDT from samuel @ Uncensored

Subject: 503 errors

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Good Day

I work at a transport company and we have recently installed a new mail server with citadel software, the system works fine however, the 503 service unavailable error keeps giving us down time every few days.

all services have been checked on the centos terminal and are running but for some reason we still cannot access our email or the online user interface which when not available does not allow our emails to work

any assistance will be much appreciated.

Kind regards

Samuel



[#] Sat Sep 13 2014 10:58:59 EDT from botcrusher @ Uncensored

Subject: citadel on RPI

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[#] Sat Sep 13 2014 11:02:41 EDT from botcrusher @ Uncensored

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For some reason, after installing citadel it worked quite well for some time, then for no apparent reason, vanished!

it quite literally vanished, i am the only user, and in this case nobody had access to the pi's login. The strange thing is that when i try launching citadel i get this error:

Attaching to server...

Can't connect: no such file or directory

 

 



[#] Sun Sep 14 2014 07:17:27 EDT from dothebart @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: Disable outside SMTP Relay?

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Fri Sep 12 2014 13:09:32 EDT from friday @ Uncensored Subject: Disable outside SMTP Relay?

I recently got through as disastrous ASSP proxy server install. It was a train wreck, and too buggy for use. But, one thing I did appreciate about ASSP was the ability to disable any attempts to relay mail from an outside source. 

But, I had to disable ASSP.

So as of now, when port 25 is forwarded from our public IP to our internal NAT'd Citadel box, any outside source could potentially guess a user account and password, and spam the world, causing the IP to be RBL'd.

Is there anyway to disable this by limiting the ability to relay mail to the internet from only internal subnets?

nope, its not possible to disable relaying.

You have to lean on your users not to loose their passwords. However, in reality, this happenes, and counter measures have to be taken: http://citadel.org/doku.php/faq:spam:recover

I guess a read-only mail system wouldn't be that usefull?

You can however rate limit the outbound SMTP queue, or use iptables to limit the number of connection attempts to your server.



[#] Sun Sep 14 2014 07:19:10 EDT from dothebart @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: 503 errors

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Sat Sep 13 2014 07:44:41 EDT from samuel @ Uncensored Subject: 503 errors

Good Day

I work at a transport company and we have recently installed a new mail server with citadel software, the system works fine however, the 503 service unavailable error keeps giving us down time every few days.

all services have been checked on the centos terminal and are running but for some reason we still cannot access our email or the online user interface which when not available does not allow our emails to work

any assistance will be much appreciated.

Kind regards

Samuel

the information you provide is a little sparse. Whats the additional error message of the 503? which version do you use? Do you use apache/nginx proxy? ...



[#] Sun Sep 14 2014 07:20:51 EDT from dothebart @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: citadel on RPI

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Sat Sep 13 2014 11:02:41 EDT from botcrusher @ Uncensored Subject: citadel on RPI

For some reason, after installing citadel it worked quite well for some time, then for no apparent reason, vanished!

it quite literally vanished, i am the only user, and in this case nobody had access to the pi's login. The strange thing is that when i try launching citadel i get this error:

Attaching to server...

Can't connect: no such file or directory

Did you check all services are running? (and not restarting)

http://citadel.org/doku.php/faq:mastering_your_os:ps#checking.what.services.are.running

and are providing the services

http://citadel.org/doku.php/faq:mastering_your_os:net#networking

and no error information can be found in the syslog?



[#] Mon Sep 15 2014 21:49:30 EDT from botcrusher @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: citadel on RPI

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Thanks for your help, i figured out that it was a system fault and not a problem with citadel, turns out the system DID delete it. oddly enough whAtever storage daemon didnt throw any errors or warnings untill the whole system started blowing up, a quick run of df -h revealed the sd card was 100% capped.

 



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