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[#] Wed Apr 22 2015 09:45:28 EDT from vishalanm @ Uncensored

Subject: citserver crashes

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hi

 

new to citadel mail solution, need to support the server on-site

error in /var/log/messages

unable to allocate space from the buffer cache

cdb_fetch (2) unable to allocate memory

 

help wanted



[#] Wed Apr 22 2015 09:49:05 EDT from dothebart @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: citserver crashes

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have a look at:

https://community.oracle.com/thread/573812

you can configure the db backend like noted here:

http://citadel.org/doku.php/faq:systemadmin:how_may_i_improve



[#] Wed Apr 22 2015 10:51:12 EDT from paliasp @ Uncensored

Subject: mail not delivered

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Hello,

I have issues sending mails to yahoo, while sending to gmail works fine (same mail, sending to both addresses)

I am attaching the logs I could find with changed usernames, in case someone might have an idea.

Regards,

Panos

ps. I tried registering the mailing list, but it won't send me the confirmation mail in gmail :(



citadel.log (text/x-log, 8507 bytes) [ View | Download ]
[#] Wed Apr 22 2015 11:27:30 EDT from vishalanm @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: citserver crashes

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Hi

 

db configured as per the recommendation.

need to know how to increase the default memory allocated to the db

 



[#] Wed Apr 22 2015 20:37:36 EDT from TaMeR @ Uncensored to citadel_support@citadel.org

Subject: Is there RFC5256 support in citadel?

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Couldn't find anything at citadel.doc


The SORT and THREAD extensions to the [IMAP] protocol provide a means of
server-based sorting and threading of messages, without requiring that
the client download the necessary data to do so itself.

http://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc5256

[#] Wed Apr 22 2015 20:41:58 EDT from TaMeR @ Uncensored to dothebart <dothebart@uncensored.citadel.org>, citadel_support@citadel.org

Subject: Re: citserver crashes

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On 04/22/2015 04:49 PM, dothebart wrote:
have a look at:

https://community.oracle.com/thread/573812

you can configure the db backend like noted here:

http://citadel.org/doku.php/faq:systemadmin:how_may_i_improve



How do you do that dothebart ???
How do you keep track of these links based on possible FAQs?

[#] Thu Apr 23 2015 05:17:03 EDT from dothebart @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: mail not delivered

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please enable 'smtpeventclient' logging in webcit and send the results of another attempt.

ps: you should change the passvoid of that account now.



[#] Thu Apr 23 2015 06:51:43 EDT from TaMeR @ Uncensored to citadel_support@citadel.org

Subject: Re: Is there RFC5256 support in citadel?

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Answering my own question.

Sending IMAP request "UID THREAD" returns an error.
So there is no thread request build in.

[#] Thu Apr 23 2015 09:02:33 EDT from mail" via citadel being sent as binary attachments @ Dog Pound BBS II

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I'm running into something that I find odd.

I'm running "Lynis" on my servers, at home.

At the end of the daily job (run via a script in /etc/cron.daily), it runs:

(/usr/local/lynis/lynis -c --cronjob > /var/log/lynis.log 2>&1
cat /var/log/lynis.log | mail -s "Daily Lynis Scan Report" <someone@somewhere)

The only mailer daemon on this system is Citadel

The lynis.log is a text file, but when it is emailed from my Citadel system to my other server, it comes across as a binary attachment. I've tested this manually, as well. Meanwhile emailing myself some other text file like, say, the hosts file, comes through as text when I run the same 'cat <file> | mail -s "some subject" <someone@somewhere>' command.

Needless to say, I'm a bit perplexed...is this known/expected behavior?



[#] Thu Apr 23 2015 10:36:24 EDT from paliasp @ Uncensored

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I enabled it. http://pastebin.com/raw.php?i=kLSH9LNJ ps: What does that mean?

[#] Thu Apr 23 2015 11:04:23 EDT from s3cr3to @ Uncensored

Subject: Old citadel/easyinstall with stuck mails ¿how to runqueue?

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I have an old Citadel version installed with the easyinstall in debian squeeze

WebCit 7.86, server build 33e4f20515571323671401780956558c414094f8

 

I have a load of mails that where not sent because the target/server was down (a virtual citadel repository) now is up again but if I try:

sendcommand SMTP runqueue
-bash: sendcommand: command not found

I wonder why sendcommand doesn't exists here... ¿is an external tool?

Exists some way to make the queue to run? maybe restarting citadel service (but I prefer to I ask first)

Regards



[#] Thu Apr 23 2015 12:16:09 EDT from s3cr3to @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: Old citadel/easyinstall with stuck mails ¿how to runqueue?

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Oh I see that citadel is attempting by itself... WOW!

Now I need to be patient for the queued mails to be send.

Thu Apr 23 2015 11:04:23 AM EDT from s3cr3to @ Uncensored Subject: Old citadel/easyinstall with stuck mails ¿how to runqueue?

I have an old Citadel version installed with the easyinstall in debian squeeze

WebCit 7.86, server build 33e4f20515571323671401780956558c414094f8

 

I have a load of mails that where not sent because the target/server was down (a virtual citadel repository) now is up again but if I try:

sendcommand SMTP runqueue
-bash: sendcommand: command not found

I wonder why sendcommand doesn't exists here... ¿is an external tool?

Exists some way to make the queue to run? maybe restarting citadel service (but I prefer to I ask first)

Regards



 



[#] Thu Apr 23 2015 15:53:03 EDT from vishalanm @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: citserver crashes

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Hi all ,

 

any feedback or options on the error

 



[#] Fri Apr 24 2015 14:30:20 EDT from jacksgt @ Uncensored

Subject: Webcit + Nginx Proxy

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Hi everybody!

 

I'm having an issue with Citadels Web Interface behind a Nginx Proxy.

My plan is the following:

- run the web interface internally (e.g. localhost:5050)

- proxy_pass with nginx domain.tld/webcit to localhost:5050

 

I have used the proposed configuration from the Knowledge Base:

http://www.citadel.org/doku.php/faq:installation:apacheproxy#how.can.i.install.webcit.so.it.runs.alongside.apache.nginx.lighthttpd.on.port.80.443

 

When I go to domain.tld/webcit it manages to load the base file (the index.html is there), but everything else (CSS, Images, etc.) fails with a 404.

 

Anyone using Webcit + Nginx here?



[#] Fri Apr 24 2015 16:25:45 EDT from s3cr3to @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: Webcit + Nginx Proxy

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This is from a test server that I setup some time ago that works, I hope stills works for you.

Is for secured connection with SSL I believe you can change it if you don't need ssl.

I take the full idea from some post here in Citadel Support, if you use the search function you'll see it.

The only issues that I found are:

  • I can't upload attachments using Firefox (sometimes works, many times no)
  • With newer versions of FF sometimes when sending mails it shows a message like "can't send empty mails" but not always. Maybe is some congestion on my external connection.
  • haven't tested with chrome and IE

Regards

I test in debian and this works:
Your ports may be different

*** /etc/default/webcit
export WEBCIT_APACHEFLAG=" -f "
export WEBCIT_LISTEN_IP=127.0.0.1
export WEBCIT_HTTP_PORT=33001 #60800
export WEBCIT_HTTPS_PORT=33443
export WEBCIT_LANG=UNLIMITED
export WEBCIT_CITADEL_PORT=504
export WEBCIT_CITADEL_IP=127.0.0.1

*** /etc/nginx/sites-available/default

server {
        ssl_protocols TLSv1.2 TLSv1.1 TLSv1;
        listen   80 default; ## listen for ipv4
        listen   [::]:80 default ipv6only=on; ## listen for ipv6
        listen   443 ssl;

        #http ssl_session_cache   shared:SSL:2m; #10m
        #http ssl_session_timeout 10m;
        keepalive_timeout   70;

        server_name localhost;
        server_name yourcitadel.domain.com;
        #ssl on;

        ssl_certificate /etc/ssl/webcit/citadel.cer;
        ssl_certificate_key /etc/ssl/webcit/citadel.key;

        access_log /var/log/nginx/citadel.access_log main;
        error_log /var/log/nginx/citadel.error_log info;
        #access_log /var/log/nginx/citadel.ssl_access_log main;
        #error_log /var/log/nginx/citadel.ssl_error_log info;


        location / {
                proxy_pass https://localhost:33443; #20001

                # allow anyone in
                allow   192.168.22.0/24; # our internal network
                allow   111.222.333.32/28; # our external network
                # me
                allow 1.2.3.4; # my home IP

                # drop rest of the world
                deny    all;

error_page 404 /e404.html;
location /404.html {
        internal;
}
error_page 403 /e403.html;
location /403.html {
        internal;
}

                valid_referers none blocked
                        yourcitadel.server.com 111.222.333.33 192.168.22.33 yourcitadel.server.lan
                        ;
                if ($invalid_referer) {
                        return 403;
                }
                proxy_set_header Host $host;
                proxy_set_header X-Real-IP $remote_addr;
                proxy_set_header X-Forwarded-For $proxy_add_x_forwarded_for;

                proxy_redirect off;
        }

        location /static {
                # allow anyone in
                allow   192.168.22.0/24; # our internal network
                allow   111.222.333.32/28; # our external network
               
                allow 1.2.3.4; # my home IP

                # drop rest of the world
                deny    all;
               
               
                #root /usr/local/webcit;

                valid_referers none blocked
                        yourcitadel.server.com 111.222.333.33  192.168.22.33 yourcitadel.server.lan
                        ;
                        root /usr/share/citadel-webcit;
                }

                error_page 403 /403.html;
                location = /403.html {
                        proxy_pass https://localhost:33443; #20001
                        #root /var/www/html/403.html;
                        internal;
                        proxy_redirect off;
                }

                error_page 404 /403.html;
                #location = /403.html {
                #       proxy_pass http://localhost:33001;
                #       #root /var/www/html/403.html;
                #       internal;
                #       proxy_redirect off;
                #}

}

 

Fri Apr 24 2015 02:30:20 PM EDT from jacksgt @ Uncensored Subject: Webcit + Nginx Proxy

Hi everybody!

 

I'm having an issue with Citadels Web Interface behind a Nginx Proxy.

My plan is the following:

- run the web interface internally (e.g. localhost:5050)

- proxy_pass with nginx domain.tld/webcit to localhost:5050

 

I have used the proposed configuration from the Knowledge Base:

http://www.citadel.org/doku.php/faq:installation:apacheproxy#how.can.i.install.webcit.so.it.runs.alongside.apache.nginx.lighthttpd.on.port.80.443

 

When I go to domain.tld/webcit it manages to load the base file (the index.html is there), but everything else (CSS, Images, etc.) fails with a 404.

 

Anyone using Webcit + Nginx here?



 



[#] Fri Apr 24 2015 18:03:01 EDT from jacksgt @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: Webcit + Nginx Proxy

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Apologies for that weird double post, I have no idea how or why that happened.

 

@s3cr3to:

Thanks for your suggestion. I tried it and it works with webcit.domain.tld, however not with domain.tld/webcit (because it is fetching the static content from the wrong URL). I just get the plain HTML file.

Is it possible to tell Webcit that these files are located under a different sub-directory (in my case domain.tld/webcit/static ... )?

 

Note: It is not possible for me to locate Webcit at its own subdomain (even though I would love to do that), because my SSL Cert does not have wildcard.



[#] Fri Apr 24 2015 21:00:58 EDT from danda @ Uncensored

Subject: Citserver not running

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I installed Citadel on a Raspberry Pi about a year ago. It has been running great until a week or so ago. Now Citserver is not running. (at least it does not show up on a ps -eaf). No changes were made to the system at the time. It is a dedicated mail server. Could not find any error messages in any log files but I may not be looking in the right place.

When I try running citserver from a terminal I get: symbol lookup error: /usr/lib/arm-linux-gnueabihf/libdb-5.1.so: undefined symbol: en, version DB5_0

 

Any ideas?

I'm not a UNIX guy. Just playing with a home email server.

Thank You



[#] Fri Apr 24 2015 21:24:14 EDT from TaMeR @ Uncensored to citadel_support@citadel.org

Subject: text/pain turns in to Content-Type: multipart/mixed

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Hi,

I working on some code that will import in to citadel, markdown files
with toml or yaml headers (the kind people use to generate static html
pages)

I use imap to import, not port 504 on this project.
I am setting a header to "Content-Type: text/plain; charset=UTF-8"

Following is the source of the imported email.
As you can see it is turned in to "Content-Type: multipart/mixed;"

What could be the source of this behavior?
Why is it being tuned in to multipart?



Return-Path: Dennis T Kaplan
To: room_import@example.com
Date: Sat, 25 Apr 2015 00:57:19 -0000
Subject: Git Howto
Message-ID: <553AE66F-00001DB6@mail.riky.net>
From: "Dennis T Kaplan" <tamer@example.com>
Mime-Version: 1.0
Content-Type: multipart/mixed;
boundary=9b41f432623a90f2cfe46018fdd064553ce1b6cc8f70fdafd721e8b24647


--9b41f432623a90f2cfe46018fdd064553ce1b6cc8f70fdafd721e8b24647
Content-Type: multipart/alternative;
boundary=e0ac7962fb3da80d08c428e71edd15b066271d9b678f1fb4af0b372db28f

--e0ac7962fb3da80d08c428e71edd15b066271d9b678f1fb4af0b372db28f
Content-Type: text/plain; charset=UTF-8
Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable


#### Stop tracking a file but keep the file:

git rm --cached filename

.... Cutting ...


--e0ac7962fb3da80d08c428e71edd15b066271d9b678f1fb4af0b372db28f--

--9b41f432623a90f2cfe46018fdd064553ce1b6cc8f70fdafd721e8b24647--

[#] Sat Apr 25 2015 16:33:19 EDT from TaMeR @ Uncensored to citadel_support@citadel.org

Subject: Re: text/pain turns in to Content-Type: multipart/mixed

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Never mind, that is a Go library that just formats everything multipart.
I am a minimalist stuff like that just bugs me.

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