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[#] Sat Nov 26 2022 17:57:37 EST from TobyWiddows

Subject: Citadel SSL issues

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Hi

I have been trying to get citadel working.  i used the method easy install method described here

https://pimylifeup.com/raspberry-pi-email-server/

Which i believe is the easy install method.

 

I have the server up and running and can connect to it via smtp and imap as long as i dont try to use ssl/tls in the client.  as soon as i try to use that i get the following message in the citadel console 

 crypto: SSL_accept failed: (null)

this is using the basic self signed certificate that it creates when starting.  I did have a permissions error, but have fixed that with CHMOD.
 
any suggestions on what to do about this, or logs i can look (i cant seem to find any logs at all!)
 
Cheers
 
Toby

 



[#] Sun Nov 27 2022 04:11:19 EST from yuzu

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Hello,

 

after some uptime Citadel just unbinds on all Mail ports (IMAP and SMTP) but not Webcit. I have to restart Citadel via Webcit for the ports to be rebinded again. Any wayto not make this happen? Thanks



[#] Mon Nov 28 2022 09:50:07 EST from cahitguclu

Subject: Citadel log files

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Where is citadel server mail logs?



[#] Thu Dec 08 2022 01:41:15 EST from paulhorstink

Subject: auto-discovery

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I have citadel running already, now I'm trying to connect with an email client (Outlook), but the client can not connect. It seems auto-discovery is not working.

Is there a way to make auto-discovery working on Citadel?



[#] Tue Dec 13 2022 03:48:55 EST from HarlowSolutions

Subject: Citadel Development

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I am interested in contributing as a developer to Citadel.  Who do I contact or where do I sign up?



[#] Sat Dec 17 2022 12:17:31 EST from IGnatius T Foobar

Subject: Re: Citadel Development

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I am interested in contributing as a developer to Citadel.  Who do I
contact or where do I sign up?

What would you like to work on? We have a Citadel Development forum where you can participate, and/or you can just clone the git repository and get cracking on something that interests you.

[#] Sat Dec 17 2022 12:18:54 EST from IGnatius T Foobar

Subject: RE: [Citadel Support] An idiot with a raspberry pi - Connection refusednetst

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However when I try and configure an email client it can not connect.

I tried to telnet to port 25 from a terminal on the server and get this


Generally this means that something else on your system is either occupying or blocking port 25.

Check for:

* Other email programs (exim, postfix, etc) installed on the system -- remove them

* Any sort of firewall script (iptables, firewalld, etc) restricting port 25

[#] Sat Dec 17 2022 12:19:33 EST from IGnatius T Foobar

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i think i isolated the issue, citadel isn't binding to Port 25

If the Citadel Server cannot bind to any of its ports, it will post a diagnostic message in the Aide> room telling you what happened.

[#] Sat Dec 17 2022 12:20:22 EST from IGnatius T Foobar

Subject: Re: Citadel log files

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Where is citadel server mail logs?

Citadel writes to the normal syslog. Please consult the manual for rsyslogd and feel free to turn up the log retention for "citserver" if you need to.

[#] Sat Dec 17 2022 12:21:48 EST from IGnatius T Foobar

Subject: Re: auto-discovery

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Is there a way to make auto-discovery working on Citadel?

Without knowing what "outlook" is looking for, it's difficult to answer this question.

Generally speaking, you want to set your Citadel server as your SMTP server (port 587) and IMAP server (port 143) with your Citadel username or email address as the login credential.

[#] Sun Dec 18 2022 09:52:16 EST from sibulu

Subject: dkim and spf

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Hi,

My mail got bounced with this message "This message does not pass authentication checks (SPF and DKIM both )"

 

How do I configure SPF and DKIM on latest version of citadel? My OS is Debian 11



[#] Sun Dec 18 2022 23:01:01 EST from sibulu

Subject: Re: dkim and spf

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Successfully configured SPF. Now how about DKIM? Any recent documents to follow?



[#] Mon Dec 19 2022 05:31:15 EST from sibulu

Subject: Re: dkim and spf

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Sun Dec 18 2022 23:01:01 EST from sibulu Subject: Re: dkim and spf

Successfully configured SPF. Now how about DKIM? Any recent documents to follow?



Found docs on dkimproxy and applied but the moment I put 127.0.0.1:10027 in smarthost setting, email sent just did not arrive to destination. No bounce whatsoever.



[#] Mon Dec 19 2022 13:05:18 EST from IGnatius T Foobar

Subject: Re: dkim and spf

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Citadel does not have built-in support for DKIM. If you want to sign messages with DKIM you will need to add a third-party utility.

However, here at citadel.org we have found that SPF + DMARC is sufficient.

[#] Thu Dec 29 2022 14:20:15 EST from hitan

Subject: Re: dkim and spf

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Can someone tell me how to install Citadel server on Debian 11? It looks like it is not supported (only on 10.3). Thank you!



[#] Thu Dec 29 2022 15:20:09 EST from IGnatius T Foobar

Subject: Re: dkim and spf

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Can someone tell me how to install Citadel server on Debian 11? It
looks like it is not supported (only on 10.3). Thank you!

Citadel runs just fine on Debian 11 (in fact, that's what this site is running).
What you won't find anymore is .DEB packages in the repository, which is just fine because they tended to be outdated anyway.

Try running the container version using Docker, or run the Easy Install.
Either one will produce a running system that is excellent on Debian.

[#] Tue Jan 03 2023 18:15:40 EST from ucme3

Subject: no domain name

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This is strange. I typed my message on my system, then tried to paste it here in forum. Looks like I need to re-type it directly here.

I have VPS running debian 1 GB memory. I do not have domain name. Will citadel quick install work? What info will I need to input?

I need a mail server.



[#] Wed Jan 04 2023 13:51:33 EST from IGnatius T Foobar

Subject: Re: no domain name

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To run *any* mail server you need control of a domain. You can definitely run Citadel on a 1 GB VPS. Easy Install will work, or you can get running even faster using the Docker version.

But yes, you do need the domain, unless you intend to intend to have email addresses that look like "ucme3@vps-12-34-56.xyz.myprovider.com". And even then, you'll have trouble sending mail to anyone with even a remotely good spam filter.

At the minimum, you'll need to set up MX and SPF records in your domain.
If your VPS provider allows you to change your Reverse DNS record to whatever you want, that's a plus, but it's not strictly required.

[#] Wed Jan 04 2023 21:49:13 EST from ucme3

Subject: Re: no domain name

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I hear that I will need domain name, MX records, SPF records, VPS server. Anything else? I am not experienced with some of these. After more research I could try. Or can someone do install and setup for me? And tell me more about mail. Can I send and receive anywhere on WWW? And will citadel work on off-line localhost test enviroment, or does it need to connect to a special on-line site?



[#] Thu Jan 05 2023 11:29:44 EST from ParanoidDelusions

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Can someone refresh me on exactly how you set up ssh so that it automatically loads citserver on a client establishing a SSH session?

I've forgotten a bunch of things - and I'm in a bit of a hurry to get back up to speed. I can RTFM if necessary and re-teach myself, but I'm hoping this will avoid that. 

 



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