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[#] Tue Nov 14 2017 13:49:53 EST from kinetix @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: Large attachments

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In webcit: Edit your site-wide configs and under the settings tab you'll see the maximum message length.

It's configurable via the text client as well.

By default it's 10MB, I believe.

Sun Nov 12 2017 04:18:35 PM EST from andr3s1t0 @ Uncensored Subject: Large attachments

I recently received a PDF attachment of 7MBs and in my mailbox it was corrupted. Are there any limitations in the size of incoming attachments?

Is this a software bug?

Thanks,
Andreas



 



[#] Tue Nov 14 2017 13:54:58 EST from kinetix @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: howto pass blocked port 25

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Heya,

What you're trying to do is manage inbound vs. outbound ports/traffic.  You can't alter outbound SMTP traffic from citadel - the standard for SMTP delivery is over port 25 - mail systems around the world are only going to be listening on port 25 for mail delivery.

What you're really looking to do is to deliver to a smart host (that could be listening on any port) that can act as a full MTA and deliver to the appropriate systems via port 25.  It could be as simple as setting up a couple-bucks-per-month cloud server somewhere to relay through.

More information on mail relaying, including how to use a smarthost in Citadel is covered at http://citadel.org/doku.php/faq:installation:relay

Sun Nov 12 2017 06:05:17 PM EST from wildbill @ Uncensored Subject: howto pass blocked port 25

My ISP blocks port 25. I cannot persuade citadel to use any other.  I have tried disabling the SMTP port (-1) and tried setting it to 587. For both of these Wireshark tells me citadel is still trying to send on port 25. How can I change it to send on port 587 or 465?

 



 



[#] Wed Nov 15 2017 11:46:52 EST from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: How the F do I turn off logging and why the F isnt it documented and..

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Subject: Re: How the F do I turn off logging and why the F isnt it documented
and..
and you're not going to a nswer me bcuz im to rude.. -------Im this
ruide becuase its ffing up my config.. .30 GB on my 40 gb serrver and

We're also not answering you because you are misspelling the word "fuck"

No one is helping you because you are being a complete asshole about it.
You don't deserve Citadel.

[#] Wed Nov 15 2017 11:52:06 EST from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: howto pass blocked port 25

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What you're really looking to do is to deliver to a smart host (that
could be listening on any port) that can act as a full MTA and
deliver to the appropriate systems via port 25.  It could be as
simple as setting up a couple-bucks-per-month cloud server somewhere
to relay through.

This answer provided by kinetix is right on the money. If your ISP is blocking port 25 you'll definitely need to relay all outbound mail through an outside smart-host.

You can use a freemail account from one of the big providers as your smart-host, but those will generally rewrite all outbound mail to make your account with them the sender of all messages. Unless you're just testing that's probably not what you want.

[#] Wed Nov 15 2017 12:55:11 EST from warbaby @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: howto pass blocked port 25

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Like others have stated, you need an SMTP  provider.  

We're using sendgrid (sendgrid.com) as a smarthost from one box, 30 days free.. then drops down to 100 email "development" level, which is plenty good for what we're doing. There are many others designed basically to deliver email newsletters.  Sendgrid does a decent job with delivery.   Haven't had anything turn up in a spam folder yet, & we send to Government Mail (Gmail) all the time. 

 

 

Sun Nov 12 2017 06:05:17 PM EST from wildbill @ Uncensored Subject: howto pass blocked port 25

My ISP blocks port 25. I cannot persuade citadel to use any other.  I have tried disabling the SMTP port (-1) and tried setting it to 587. For both of these Wireshark tells me citadel is still trying to send on port 25. How can I change it to send on port 587 or 465?

 



 



[#] Sun Nov 19 2017 14:07:04 EST from joseporti @ Uncensored

Subject: Broken download vmware easy install link

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Hello everyone,

I would like to ask you if you can upload the following link again:

http://easyinstall.citadel.org/citadel-vmware-appliance-2012.zip

It's broken and I need it, please. I will be very helpful. Thank you Regards



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