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[#] Mon Jun 30 2014 15:38:34 EDT from alex007 @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: fetching POP3 fails

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I've got the same problem, citadel didn't fetched any mails, the log said the same "fetched 0 of x" messages. The problem couldn't solved

But you did find out all the information that is important: no SSL.

I also made the suggestion to put this information into the docs.

I solved the problem by fetching mails with fetchmail -> postfix as MTA and postfix delivers it to citadel via lmtp.

Please search for "alex007" in this room and you will find further information.

 

Mon Jun 02 2014 11:24:49 EDT from gangnamstyle @ Uncensored Subject: fetching POP3 fails

I'm trying to use Citadel as a local IMAP server, to sync several (also local) clients. External mails should be fetched from a POP3 mail account. According to what I read about Citadel, this should not be a problem. (Yes, I'm new to Citadel)

I set up a new server (basic ubuntu 12.04 server) and installed Citadel with the easy install script. (Citadel 8.24, WebCit 8.24, Server-Build 8.24)

First attempts to add a POP3 account ended in an error message "Unable to allocate the space required for /usr/local/citadel/netconfigs", which went away after "chown -R citadel:citadel /usr/local/citadel/" hinted somewhere here (seems to be a easy-install bug, not to provide the installation directory with the proper rights, right?).

Then, normal users got the message "Higher access is required to access this function." while entering "Edit or delete this room" - but adding the POP3 credentials seemed to work. Btw, it took me quite some time to figure out, that Citadel can't handle SSL/TLS while fetching POP3 mails. I really hope, this functionality will be added in the future - but until then, at least tell people, that it does not work yet. In germany, there are almost no POP3-accounts left that even allow access without encryption.

Well - I still have one POP3 account that allows "port 110 plaintext" access (I checked). But it does not fetch any mails.

When I check the logs, there are no real error messages: just "fetched 0 new of 6 messages in ...", even when the last poll logged with "fetched 0 new of 5 messages in ...".

Is it really possible, that something as basic as POP3 retrieval is not working properly - in 30 year old software? Or did I miss some part of configuration? Regarding POP3, according to the documentation, I only need to add the credentials in the room config, right?

Something else: I can't find any documentation, if Citadel supports the "IMAP keywords" feature. Does anyone know, if it does?

 

 



 



[#] Mon Jun 30 2014 16:58:52 EDT from Ricky Burgin @ Uncensored

Subject: DKIM and anti-spam

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Hello,

Is there support for DKIM and anti-spam in Citadel? If so, where can these be configured and is there any documentation available?

Also, do you have a version control repository and an issue tracker for Citadel?

Kind regards,

Ricky



[#] Mon Jun 30 2014 17:10:56 EDT from Ricky Burgin @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: DKIM and anti-spam

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Also, what might be the cause for seemingly random 'Not found' errors?



[#] Mon Jun 30 2014 19:16:04 EDT from the_mgt @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: DKIM and anti-spam

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Mon Jun 30 2014 16:58:52 EDTfrom Ricky Burgin @ Uncensored Subject: DKIM and anti-spam

Hello,

Is there support for DKIM and anti-spam in Citadel? If so, where can these be configured and is there any documentation available?

 

Afaik, nobody ever used DKIM and wrote about it. Please report your findings. Antispam can be prepended with postfix (using lmtp socket tu communicate with citadel) and spamassassin/postgrey.

 

Also, do you have a version control repository and an issue tracker for Citadel?

 

git://git.citadel.org/appl/gitroot/citadel.git 

This here is the issue tracker.



[#] Mon Jun 30 2014 22:51:46 EDT from Ricky Burgin @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: DKIM and anti-spam

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Thanks!

I've attached a screenshot of a (seemingly) randomly occurring "Not found" error that I keep getting. Win 7, Chrome latest stable.



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[#] Tue Jul 01 2014 13:24:31 EDT from alex007 @ Uncensored

Subject: citadel on raspbian

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I sucessful run the easy install script on the raspbian. Everything seems to work.

But during the installation of samba I've got an error concerning citadel.

It has nothing to do with samba, because I ve got the same problem with other new installations:

 

insserv: warning: script 'K15webcit' missing LSB tags and overrides
insserv: warning: script 'webcit' missing LSB tags and overrides
insserv: There is a loop at service plymouth if started
insserv: There is a loop between service plymouth and mountnfs if started
insserv:  loop involving service mountnfs at depth 7
insserv:  loop involving service networking at depth 6
insserv: There is a loop between service webcit and mountall if started
insserv:  loop involving service mountall at depth 5
insserv:  loop involving service checkfs at depth 4
insserv:  loop involving service urandom at depth 7
insserv:  loop involving service mountnfs-bootclean at depth 7
insserv: There is a loop between service webcit and udev if started
insserv:  loop involving service udev at depth 1
insserv: There is a loop at service webcit if started
insserv: There is a loop between service webcit and mountall-bootclean if started
insserv:  loop involving service mountall-bootclean at depth 7
insserv:  loop involving service mountdevsubfs at depth 3
insserv:  loop involving service mountkernfs at depth 1
insserv: There is a loop between service plymouth and mountnfs-bootclean if started
insserv: Starting webcit depends on plymouth and therefore on system facility `$all' which can not be true!
....

the last line was repeated many times

....

dpkg: error

 

Is there a problem of citadel and lsb conformity?



[#] Tue Jul 01 2014 14:24:45 EDT from alex007 @ Uncensored

Subject: read and write permission

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here a question from the user space :-).

How can give userA a read only permission for one of his rooms to userB ?

 

Who can help?



[#] Tue Jul 08 2014 01:11:43 EDT from gazman @ Uncensored

Subject: New to Citadel

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Hi all,

             I have just installed Citadel, and I can access the web admin feature which is awesome, i'm have a little trouble figuring out how to configure Thunderbird to access my Citadel Sever, Is someone able to help?

 

 

Regards,

 

Gary



[#] Tue Jul 08 2014 06:02:10 EDT from dothebart @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: New to Citadel

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Tue Jul 08 2014 01:11:43 EDT from gazman @ Uncensored Subject: New to Citadel

Hi all,

             I have just installed Citadel, and I can access the web admin feature which is awesome, i'm have a little trouble figuring out how to configure Thunderbird to access my Citadel Sever, Is someone able to help?

 

 

Regards,

 

Gary



did you have a look at:

http://citadel.org/doku.php?id=faq:start#gettingfavoriteclientsworking



[#] Tue Jul 08 2014 13:41:19 EDT from catamik @ Uncensored

Subject: sendcommand

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Hi

 

Who is familiar with remote sendcommand utility usage. I mean to use the sendcommand in a remote manner. remoteley I send to server machine with citadel server installed and running.

The client machine has a second server installation as I would like to use the sendcommand utlity shipped with it.

the command i run on the ubuntu client side is

 

sudo sendcommand ip 23 ICAL putics jimmi.ical

 

as documentation says

 

sendcommand [remotehost [remoteport]] Citadelcommand


Thank you, Thank you very much



[#] Tue Jul 08 2014 13:59:36 EDT from dothebart @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: sendcommand

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Tue Jul 08 2014 13:41:19 EDT from catamik @ Uncensored Subject: sendcommand

Hi

 

Who is familiar with remote sendcommand utility usage. I mean to use the sendcommand in a remote manner. remoteley I send to server machine with citadel server installed and running.

The client machine has a second server installation as I would like to use the sendcommand utlity shipped with it.

the command i run on the ubuntu client side is

 

sudo sendcommand ip 23 ICAL putics jimmi.ical

 

as documentation says

 

sendcommand [remotehost [remoteport]] Citadelcommand


Thank you, Thank you very much



though its citadel networking this is rather a question for the citadel support room ;-)

sendcommand meanwhile lost the ability to do remote connections; only unix domain socket connections are supported anymore.

This is for security reasons; since its only intended for administrative purposes.

it wasn't intended for what you're trying to do in first place. It can't execute a sequence of commands, so you can only run commands which make sense whithout a certain context and environment like the RWHO command.

Did you already have a look at:

http://citadel.org/doku.php/faq:generalquestions:i_want_to_automate

?

the netcat example may be a good startingpoint for you.



[#] Wed Jul 09 2014 05:07:21 EDT from catamik2 @ Uncensored

Subject: rooms and putics getics

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Dear All

I just installed the citadel on my server. I understand the room/floor concept but It's not clear to me where they resides on a Debian installation. I mean: In which folder are they located?

 

Second, I would like to use ICAL putics/getics command. Could please provide to me a complete example or provide me support material?

 

I run ICAL putics command getting the error:

 sendcommand ICAL putics

sendcommand: started (pid=18450) connecting to Citadel server at /var/run/citadel/citadel-admin.socket
200 giacintoII Citadel server ADMIN CONNECTION ready.
ICAL putics
560 Not a calendar room
sendcommand: processing ended.

 

so the question is : Where Are rooms?! :)

 

Thanks



[#] Thu Jul 10 2014 05:56:55 EDT from Christian Velten @ Uncensored

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Dear all,

 

Yesterday I installed Citadel on my Ubuntu 12.04 Apache2 Server.

Everything worked fine in the first run, I could access Webcit remotely within the network and fine-tune configuration via localhost, internal IP and DynDNS domain.

But since I have added a mailbox for polling, I cannot access Webcit/CItadel from remote computer in network anymore, getting the following error message ...

Content-length: 59

551 Unerwartete Meldung vom Citadel Server erhalten: Exit.

I tried the internal IP address "192.168.2.123:2000" as well as "home.dynsdns.com:2000".

Locally on the server it works, but interestingly with "192.168.2.123:2000" only."localhost:2000" and ""home.dynsdns.com:2000" also fail giving ...

 

BTW, "home.dyndns.com" itself works fine as well as all other services that can be reached via the domain.

 

Anything I could do?

 

Best,

Christian



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[#] Thu Jul 10 2014 08:48:13 EDT from dothebart @ Uncensored

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which version of citadel are you running?

It seems as if there is a line break in the HTTP headers which is wrong.



[#] Thu Jul 10 2014 11:50:44 EDT from catamik2 @ Uncensored

Subject: putics getics

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Hi

 

could you provide me a complete example simulating a session using the sendcommand utility, starting from authentication and using a putics and getics ical commands in order to manipulate a calendar room and importing/exporting calendar data from a client?

Are there some scripts describing such behavior?

Thank you very much



[#] Thu Jul 10 2014 12:10:04 EDT from catamik2 @ Uncensored

Subject: user authetication

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Hi

I have a user by which I can login and authenticate coreclty from webcit.

When I do

 

 sendcommand user test_user

sendcommand: started (pid=16816) connecting to Citadel server at /var/run/citadel/citadel-admin.socket
200 giacintoII Citadel server ADMIN CONNECTION ready.
user test_user
300 Password required for test_user
sendcommand: processing ended.

 

sendcommand pass xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

sendcommand: started (pid=16861) connecting to Citadel server at /var/run/citadel/citadel-admin.socket
200 giacintoII Citadel server ADMIN CONNECTION ready.
pass xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
542 You must send a name with USER first.
sendcommand: processing ended.

 

Why?

 

Thanks



[#] Thu Jul 10 2014 13:04:43 EDT from fleeb @ Uncensored

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I hesitate to ask this, as it seems like the kind of thing people must have asked before, but I can't find this information on the www.citadel.org website, so I'm gonna ask it here.

Does Citadel provide a way to record chat messages for review later?

That is, if I were chatting with a friend in a private room (for example), and we talked about something that I wanted to review tomorrow, how might I go about doing that?

[#] Thu Jul 10 2014 14:11:24 EDT from dothebart @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: putics getics

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once more - sendcommand isn't meant to do this. It can only handle one simple command, which may need privileges.

Since you can't send several commands through it, you can't build up a context.

The most easiest way to record such a session is to do it using webcit configured to run tcp port 504 instead of unix domain sockets.

The easiest way to upload a whole calendar may be using a dav client like cadaver - or more simple cURL (see what cadaver does, do the important with cURL)



[#] Thu Jul 10 2014 14:14:18 EDT from dothebart @ Uncensored

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Thu Jul 10 2014 13:04:43 EDT from fleeb @ Uncensored

I hesitate to ask this, as it seems like the kind of thing people must have asked before, but I can't find this information on the www.citadel.org website, so I'm gonna ask it here.

Does Citadel provide a way to record chat messages for review later?

That is, if I were chatting with a friend in a private room (for example), and we talked about something that I wanted to review tomorrow, how might I go about doing that?

its not possible with room chats - only with direct person to person chats;  They will end up in sent/received pages.



[#] Thu Jul 10 2014 14:26:37 EDT from fleeb @ Uncensored

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Okay, noted.

I'm considering the use of Citadel for something here at work, and I suspect we need to be able to record the chats. Likely, though, it'll be user-to-user rather than room-based, so this could work for us.

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