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[#] Fri Mar 28 2014 16:11:13 EDT from choard @ Uncensored

Subject: Need to change <choard@localhost> to <choard@domain>

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Good afternoon, I am having a moment here. I need to change <user@localhost> or localhost to domain <choard@ocean.chrisjhoard.com> can you please point me in the right direction. I've looked through the menus and settings and tried finding a config file but am not having any luck. Thank you for all efforts! :)



[#] Fri Mar 28 2014 16:27:59 EDT from choard @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: Need to change <choard@localhost> to <choard@domain>

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Neverminds, I'm an idiot lawl 

Path: Advanced>Update your contact information resolved the issue!



[#] Sat Mar 29 2014 13:08:57 EDT from elstepherino @ Uncensored

Subject: "not logged in"

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Hi,

I'm new to Citadel, so thank you for being patient.

When I look at the list of users currently on my Citadel installation, I get one item labelled "not logged in", where the host is 109.68.191.26, presumably somewhere in Russia.

Looking online, I found one comment that simply states that a user has established a connection, but has not logged in.

I have tried to "kill" that connection through the UI, but it still remains.

1. Is my Citadel setup at risk of being hacked?

2. How can I kill this connection?

Thanks you for your time,

 

Steph



[#] Sat Mar 29 2014 13:31:31 EDT from vince-q @ Cascade Lodge BBS

Subject: Re: "not logged in"

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I have tried to "kill" that connection through the UI, but it still
remains.

1. Is my Citadel setup at risk of being hacked?

2. How can I kill this connection?


1. any Citadel setup is at risk of being hacked. However, I do not believe what you describe is indicating a hacker.

2. do this:

Open a linux shell and once logged in become root (or use 'sudo') and then do this:

First: /etc/init.d/citadel stop
then /etc/init.d/webcit stop

Wait a few seconds then

/etc/init.d/citadel start
then /etc/init.d/webcit start

I built a five second delay into the 'restart' option for those two commands so I can "get away with" just doing

/etc/init.d/citadel restart
/etc/inid.d/webcit restart

If you know your way around shell-scripting it's easy to do that.

[#] Sat Mar 29 2014 14:08:26 EDT from choard @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: Need to change <choard@localhost> to <choard@domain>

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Neverminds, I'm an idiot lawl 

Path: Advanced>Update your contact information resolved the issue!



[#] Sun Mar 30 2014 01:30:01 EDT from dhaig21 @ Uncensored

Subject: time stamp in citadel

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[#] Sun Mar 30 2014 01:33:05 EDT from dhaig21 @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: need to change time stamp in citadel to local time

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Have installed citadel on Pi and using Thunderbird to get the mail but it stamps msg created on its server with time stamp of 11hr ahead...can you assist?



[#] Sun Mar 30 2014 03:45:27 EDT from jame @ Rocasa Mail System

Subject: Re: need to change time stamp in citadel to local time

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Sun Mar 30 2014 01:33:05 EDT from dhaig21 @ Uncensored Subject: Re: need to change time stamp in citadel to local time

Have installed citadel on Pi and using Thunderbird to get the mail but it stamps msg created on its server with time stamp of 11hr ahead...can you assist?

Is the server it's running out, perhaps set to UTC instead of your local time zone?



[#] Sun Mar 30 2014 06:52:40 EDT from dhaig21 @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: need to change time stamp in citadel to local time

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Sun Mar 30 2014 03:45:27 EDT from jame @ Rocasa Mail System Subject: Re: need to change time stamp in citadel to local time
Sun Mar 30 2014 01:33:05 EDT from dhaig21 @ Uncensored Subject: Re: need to change time stamp in citadel to local time

Have installed citadel on Pi and using Thunderbird to get the mail but it stamps msg created on its server with time stamp of 11hr ahead...can you assist?

Is the server it's running out, perhaps set to UTC instead of your local time zone?

The language bar at the top lhs showed en-GB and I did change that to 'C' the only other option ... I have no way of making it en-AU? ... and restarted Citadel  ... so now the Citadel on the Pi and Pi msgs report the current time but the other servers now report a time -11hrs in Citadel although they trap the current time from the respective servers (using $(date +%T) recorded in the body txt...and it gets worse... when I read them into Thunderbird on the notebook moments later the msg from the Pi svr is +11hrs and the other servers are the correct time? I will reboot everything tomorrow and retest just in case cache has a finger in the maths! have also double checked all time stamps...cheers

 



 



[#] Sun Mar 30 2014 15:45:56 EDT from alex007 @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: /var/run/citadel/citadel.socket]: No such file or directory

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Got the solution, I had to change the parameter chroot to n (no) in master.cf.

Now I find the mails in Inbox :-)

Mon Mar 10 2014 06:23:12 EDT from alex007 @ Uncensored Subject: Re: /var/run/citadel/citadel.socket]: No such file or directory

Hi jame and dothebart,

thanks for your help.

I could take a little step forward.

I set lmtp of private = n in the master.cf

Now syslog tells the following, after I send a mail to the local user "alex":

Mar 10 11:07:34 8punkt2server postfix/error[31964]: DD087C04F9: to=<alex@8punkt2server.arbeit.de>, relay=none, delay=0.02, delays=0.01/0/0/0.01, dsn=4.3.0, status=deferred (mail transport unavailable)

Hmm, does that mean I should go deeper into postfix?

I attached the output of postconf -n....



Fri Mar 07 2014 08:38:59 EST from jame @ Rocasa Mail System Subject: Re: /var/run/citadel/citadel.socket]: No such file or directory

 

Thu Mar 06 2014 06:15:14 EST from dothebart @ Uncensored Subject: Re: /var/run/citadel/citadel.socket]: No such file or directory

 Tue Mar 04 2014 10:16:53 EST from alex007 @ Uncensored Subject: /var/run/citadel/citadel.socket]: No such file or directory

I appended

local_transport = lmtp:unix:/usr/local/citadel/lmtp.socket

in /etc/postfix/main.cfg

If I send a mail to a system user with "mail" or "alpine"

I found this error in syslog:

Mar  4 15:59:33 8punkt2server postfix/lmtp[1576]: 6DC38C1079: to=<alex@8punkt2server.arbeit.de>, relay=none, delay=2200, delays=2200/0.01/0/0, dsn=4.4.1, status=deferred (connect to 8punkt2server.arbeit.de[/var/run/citadel/citadel.socket]: No such file or directory)

 

What does this mean?, "/var/run/citadel/citadel.socket" exists!

Specfically;  how do you have "lmtp' configured in master.cf?  At the least, it needs to be changed to be not private.   (I also have the command changed to "lmtp -v".)






 



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[#] Sun Mar 30 2014 19:08:05 EDT from dhaig21 @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: need to change time stamp in citadel to local time

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Sun Mar 30 2014 06:52:40 EDT from dhaig21 @ Uncensored Subject: Re: need to change time stamp in citadel to local time

 

Sun Mar 30 2014 03:45:27 EDT from jame @ Rocasa Mail System Subject: Re: need to change time stamp in citadel to local time
Sun Mar 30 2014 01:33:05 EDT from dhaig21 @ Uncensored Subject: Re: need to change time stamp in citadel to local time

Have installed citadel on Pi and using Thunderbird to get the mail but it stamps msg created on its server with time stamp of 11hr ahead...can you assist?

Is the server it's running out, perhaps set to UTC instead of your local time zone?

The language bar at the top lhs showed en-GB and I did change that to 'C' the only other option ... I have no way of making it en-AU? ... and restarted Citadel  ... so now the Citadel on the Pi and Pi msgs report the current time but the other servers now report a time -11hrs in Citadel although they trap the current time from the respective servers (using $(date +%T) recorded in the body txt...and it gets worse... when I read them into Thunderbird on the notebook moments later the msg from the Pi svr is +11hrs and the other servers are the correct time? I will reboot everything tomorrow and retest just in case cache has a finger in the maths! have also double checked all time stamps...cheers

Your prompt was enough to re-check all the servers tz and needed to to run dpkg-reconfigure tzdata on Pi box as it was still utc for some reason...so problem was a combination of mixed time zones with servers and Citadel language setting...all correct thank you...no reboot required!

 



 



 



[#] Wed Apr 02 2014 14:18:48 EDT from kaefer @ Uncensored

Subject: Mail client wrong sender name - can this be fixed?

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Hey,

 

For security reasons the account usernames on my citadel server don't match the real (given) names, e.g. account name (for login): "somename", preferred display name to be shown at an email: "othername". 

 

If I'm using the webmail everything appears to be alright, because I changed at the users bio the name to be shown to "othername", changed the preferred mail adress and same in the user settings. So if I write an email via the webinterface the correct name and senderadress is shown.

 

Problem: when I use thunderbird as the email client it just sends emails with the account user name as the send name instead of the preferred display name.

 

Is this a citadel related problem, or can I fix this with reconfiguring sth.?

Regards, kaefer



[#] Thu Apr 03 2014 22:58:51 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: Mail client wrong sender name - can this be fixed?

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This issue was directly addressed on 2013-aug-25 -- I'm not sure what version number that means, but that's the date in the commit log. When messages are submitted via SMTP they honor the sender's preferred display name.

What version of Citadel server are you using? You might have an old one, in which case a simple upgrade will fix the issue.


[#] Fri Apr 04 2014 13:21:16 EDT from ACA @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: Unable to allocate the space required for /usr/local/citadel/netconfig

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Thanks it worked!



[#] Fri Apr 04 2014 13:29:35 EDT from ACA @ Uncensored

Subject: configure citadel as mail server

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Hello,

I'm a Newbie in Linux and Citadel too, I need to configure citadel with 10 emails that retrieve emails from a POP, configure outlook for users and use the smtp from my hosting, but configure an alternative smtp too. I already installed citadel in a virtual machine, used the default account to try, and configure the retrieval, but it does not retieve any email. I want to use it as an alternative to Exchange but there is not any manual or clear user guide.

Where can I find a guide to configure step by step?



[#] Fri Apr 04 2014 18:44:31 EDT from marchej @ Uncensored

Subject: how do I setup wecit to administer it

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How do I setup webcit so I can administer it, I tired localhost but no go is there a step by step after installation>



[#] Sun Apr 06 2014 12:33:13 EDT from tolo @ Uncensored

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Hi,

Citadel supports multidomain, does it also support multitenency where an administrator can be assigned to a domain?

Thx



[#] Sun Apr 06 2014 16:42:05 EDT from alex007 @ Uncensored

Subject: write a howto for citadel in conjunction with postfix and fetchmail

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Is it interesting to write a little howto for configure citadel in confunction with MTA postfix and retrieving mails with fetchmail?

If yes, how could I do this, you told me once , that you have docu like a wiki?

 

Best Alex



[#] Mon Apr 07 2014 01:46:30 EDT from dothebart @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: write a howto for citadel in conjunction with postfix and fetchmail

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Sun Apr 06 2014 16:42:05 EDT from alex007 @ Uncensored Subject: write a howto for citadel in conjunction with postfix and fetchmail

Is it interesting to write a little howto for configure citadel in confunction with MTA postfix and retrieving mails with fetchmail?

If yes, how could I do this, you told me once , that you have docu like a wiki?

 

Best Alex



Hm, regarding this we already have:

http://citadel.org/doku.php/faq:favoriteclient:how_do_i_retrieve

and:

http://citadel.org/doku.php/faq:installation:configuring_postfix_to_validate_email_addresses_against_a_citadel_server

Its a docuwiki - so the source of the text can be retrieved like this:

http://citadel.org/doku.php/faq:installation:configuring_postfix_to_validate_email_addresses_against_a_citadel_server?do=export_raw

so if you want to extend them, feel free to send new versions.



[#] Mon Apr 07 2014 01:49:06 EDT from dothebart @ Uncensored

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Sun Apr 06 2014 12:33:13 EDT from tolo @ Uncensored

Hi,

Citadel supports multidomain, does it also support multitenency where an administrator can be assigned to a domain?

Thx

no.  The domains also are either free chooseable by the user, or the admin has to configure the emails for the user.

You can however run multiple citserver/webcit  instances with -h /directory/ on the same host - which will then have nothing in common.



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