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[#] Wed Feb 26 2014 07:13:15 EST from CyclingGeorgian @ Uncensored

Subject: Getting citadel citserver[2313]: [3][(not logged in)(0)] USER

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Hi everyone,

I am wrestling with problem, whenever i try to login from web interface nothing happens, literally nothing, all i'm seeing is login screen with user name and password fields filled. No errors whatsoever about or username or password being wrong or anything.

Citadel.log gives me only this:

citadel citserver[2313]: [3][(not logged in)(0)] USER

 

But when i try to login with very same credentials from terminal (citadel-client) it works. I definitely am missing something, so could you please help me out here?

 

thnx, Nikolai

 

PS I am running Centos6 with citadel v8.24. Citadel is configured to authenticate with AD.

 



[#] Wed Feb 26 2014 13:32:18 EST from fountainhead @ Uncensored

Subject: e-mail: remote retrieval + ssl

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I want to use citadel to retrieve my e-mails from the isp via remote retrieval.

Is there a way to do that using ssl? I can't find any documentation about this.

 

 



[#] Wed Feb 26 2014 23:38:29 EST from philav8or @ Uncensored

Subject: Auto-purge woes...

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I change the auto-purge settings, hit save, reset, and they are back where they were...  I can't get Citadel to keep mail for more than 3 days (the apparent default).  What am I doing wrong? 


I am using the current Ubuntu package (which is 8.16).  It seems to be a weird setup compared to what the documentation expects--cannot find some of the command-line tools etc.  Anybody know how to make sense of this?

Thanks,

Phil



[#] Thu Feb 27 2014 02:44:22 EST from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: Auto-purge woes...

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The default is to keep mail (and other messages) forever. Are you editing the global settings or the settings for a specific mailbox?

[#] Thu Feb 27 2014 04:22:28 EST from dothebart @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: e-mail: remote retrieval + ssl

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Wed Feb 26 2014 13:32:18 EST from fountainhead @ Uncensored Subject: e-mail: remote retrieval + ssl

I want to use citadel to retrieve my e-mails from the isp via remote retrieval.

Is there a way to do that using ssl? I can't find any documentation about this.

there is no direct way of doing this with ssl.

You can however configure an stunnel.org to localy bind a port and connect the remote site via ssl; you then configure the aggregators to point to your local stunnel.



[#] Thu Feb 27 2014 04:26:21 EST from dothebart @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: Getting citadel citserver[2313]: [3][(not logged in)(0)] USER

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Wed Feb 26 2014 07:13:15 EST from CyclingGeorgian @ Uncensored Subject: Getting citadel citserver[2313]: [3][(not logged in)(0)] USER

Hi everyone,

I am wrestling with problem, whenever i try to login from web interface nothing happens, literally nothing, all i'm seeing is login screen with user name and password fields filled. No errors whatsoever about or username or password being wrong or anything.

Citadel.log gives me only this:

citadel citserver[2313]: [3][(not logged in)(0)] USER

 

But when i try to login with very same credentials from terminal (citadel-client) it works. I definitely am missing something, so could you please help me out here?

 

thnx, Nikolai

 

PS I am running Centos6 with citadel v8.24. Citadel is configured to authenticate with AD.

I've seen this happening if you stored an invalid start page.

once you tried logging in, edit this URL and try opening it:

https://yourcitadel/dotgoto?room=_MAIL_

if that works, click 'make this my startpage' in the upper right.



[#] Thu Feb 27 2014 04:28:40 EST from dothebart @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: Request help

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Mon Feb 24 2014 08:07:30 EST from bainwave @ Uncensored Subject: Request help

Hi,

Thanks for your support.

An other question...

we are getting error messages like the following....

  1. through this server without authentication
  2. A-lookup xxxxxxx.com - Could not contact DNS servers;
  3. AAAA-lookup yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy.com - Could not contact DNS servers;
  4. AAAA-lookup zzzzzzzzzz.com - Could not contact DNS servers
  5. Return Code 550] sid: RKkt1n00S357YPK01 :: You must log in to send mail from abcd.com
  6. DNS server returned answer with no data;

Help me out to resolve these errors.

--

Bain



it seems either you typed a mail address which points to nonexistant hosts, or your dns setup is not working.



[#] Thu Feb 27 2014 04:32:29 EST from dothebart @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: citadel fresh install 550 error

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Tue Feb 25 2014 19:57:19 EST from Lucas Antoine @ Uncensored Subject: citadel fresh install 550 error

 

I tried to install citadel on a debian squeeze machine.

So far, what I've done is :

  1. install citadel from the repo
  2. create a user testuser & assign it the address testuser@mydomain.com
  3. Add 2 mx record to cloudflare

    3a. mail.mydomain.com 1.2.3.4

    3b. MX : mydomain.com mail.mydomain.com 40

  4. edit my /etc/hosts file, and add myIP mydomain.com\n myIP mail.mydomain.com

Then, I can send an email to my gmail account , and I can see in the recipient from : testuser@mydomain.com

However, when sending an email from my gmail account to testuser@mydomain.com, I've got this error message:

Delivery to the following recipient failed permanently: testuser@mydomain.com Technical details of permanent failure: Google tried to deliver your message, but it was rejected by the server for the recipient domain mydomain.com by mail.mydomain.com. [1.2.3.4]. The error that the other server returned was: 550 Invalid recipient: testusermydomain.com 

Not that the '@' disapeared : testusermydomain.com instead of testuser@mydomain.com

When I try to send an email to testuser@mail.mydomain.com, I've got a different error message :

The error that the other server returned was: 551 <testuser@mail.mydomain.com> - relaying denied 

I am relatively new to the mail server setup process, and I chosoe citadel for its simplicity. Does anyone got any idea about what is going wrong?

 



did you configure the mail.mydomain.com ?

and, try editing your personal vcard.



[#] Thu Feb 27 2014 07:46:49 EST from icsraul @ Uncensored

Subject: Old Message

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Hello,

Where are storage the mail that is sended? If the response is in the BBDD,¿How can you acces to this BBDD?

 

Thank you very much.



[#] Thu Feb 27 2014 09:55:03 EST from Kaltern e'Daw @ Uncensored

Subject: email read receipts

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Hi, is there a way to inform the sender that the mail has been opened, either automatically, or via read receipt?  Thanks :)



[#] Thu Feb 27 2014 16:18:03 EST from philav8or @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: Auto-purge woes...

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Thu Feb 27 2014 02:44:22 EST from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored Subject: Re: Auto-purge woes...
The default is to keep mail (and other messages) forever. Are you editing the global settings or the settings for a specific mailbox?

 

I was trying to edit the global settings...which seem to be stuck on delete after 3 days.  It has been that way since I installed it/reinstalled it...  Perhaps its an Ubuntu quirk?  I was using the webcit interface/admin panel.  Is there a config file where I can edit this manually?

 

-Phil



[#] Thu Feb 27 2014 16:33:04 EST from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: Auto-purge woes...

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There are no config files. However you should also be able to log in with the text mode client and use the <.A>admin <S>ystem-config <G>eneral command to change your settings. You'll be able to change the system default and mailbox default expire policies.

[#] Thu Feb 27 2014 19:51:00 EST from philav8or @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: Auto-purge woes...

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Thu Feb 27 2014 16:33:04 EST from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored Subject: Re: Auto-purge woes...
There are no config files. However you should also be able to log in with the text mode client and use the <.A>admin <S>ystem-config <G>eneral command to change your settings. You'll be able to change the system default and mailbox default expire policies.

Thanks!  That seems to have done the trick (I guess I will know for certain in 3 days).  I have no idea why it wasn't working through the web interface.



[#] Fri Feb 28 2014 05:22:30 EST from CyclingGeorgian @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: Getting citadel citserver[2313]: [3][(not logged in)(0)] USER

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Thank you for your replay. Unfortunately that didn't make difference.

Thu Feb 27 2014 04:26:21 EST from dothebart @ Uncensored Subject: Re: Getting citadel citserver[2313]: [3][(not logged in)(0)] USER

 

Wed Feb 26 2014 07:13:15 EST from CyclingGeorgian @ Uncensored Subject: Getting citadel citserver[2313]: [3][(not logged in)(0)] USER

I've seen this happening if you stored an invalid start page.

once you tried logging in, edit this URL and try opening it:

https://yourcitadel/dotgoto?room=_MAIL_

if that works, click 'make this my startpage' in the upper right.



 



[#] Fri Feb 28 2014 11:35:33 EST from ACA @ Uncensored

Subject: Configure auto-responder

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I need to configure auto-responder for all year holydays.. Is It possible in CITADEL?



[#] Sat Mar 01 2014 08:02:29 EST from dothebart @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: Configure auto-responder

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Fri Feb 28 2014 11:35:33 EST from ACA @ Uncensored Subject: Configure auto-responder

I need to configure auto-responder for all year holydays.. Is It possible in CITADEL?



its done via sieve rules.

see

http://citadel.org/doku.php/faq:everydayuse:sieve

for details.



[#] Tue Mar 04 2014 04:04:49 EST from pidder @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: Citadel on Raspi problems

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HI,

ok, spent some time on these things and all problems seem to boil down to this:

as soon as I enter an event by the Webcit interface the calendar.ics seems to get messed up.

Korganizer on Kubuntu as well as ICSsync on Android refuse to sync from this point on. The logs show db-entries coming from the Citadel server that look like the browser's identification strings (Gecko on linux...). ICSsync says parsing error on calendar.ics. Whenever I remove this event everything works well again.

Any ideas?

Pidder



[#] Tue Mar 04 2014 07:52:36 EST from dothebart @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: Citadel on Raspi problems

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Tue Mar 04 2014 04:04:49 EST from pidder @ Uncensored Subject: Re: Citadel on Raspi problems

HI,

ok, spent some time on these things and all problems seem to boil down to this:

as soon as I enter an event by the Webcit interface the calendar.ics seems to get messed up.

Korganizer on Kubuntu as well as ICSsync on Android refuse to sync from this point on. The logs show db-entries coming from the Citadel server that look like the browser's identification strings (Gecko on linux...). ICSsync says parsing error on calendar.ics. Whenever I remove this event everything works well again.

Any ideas?

Pidder

unless you show us that event - no.



[#] Tue Mar 04 2014 10:16:53 EST from alex007 @ Uncensored

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

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I want to use fetchmail to retieve messages from my provider into citadel.(yes it's because I cannot solve the pop3 retrieving problem which I have with citadel :-()

I use postfix as MTA, because I use more than one smarthost.

As a first step, I configured postfix to deliver the mails into citadel as descibed in:

 

http://www.citadel.org/doku.php/documentation:system_administration_manual

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!



[#] Tue Mar 04 2014 10:56:55 EST from ACA @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: Configure auto-responder

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Can I configure rules for all rooms or need to do it per room?



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