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[#] Thu Dec 26 2013 17:17:18 EST from TaMeR @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: Google openid with firefox do not work

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Wed Dec 25 2013 07:56:01 EST from mingodad @ Uncensored Subject: Google openid with firefox do not work

Hello !

When I try to login here using Firefox 26 firefox ask to open/save it. Using Chromiun it works.

Thanks in advance for your time and help !



I can't even get that far with Firefox, when I try to visit http://uncensored.citadel.org with Firefox I get an http login prompt. 

 



[#] Thu Dec 26 2013 21:11:55 EST from hansi2323 @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: webcit displays folders for folders that via imap are not empty

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Hi,

after trying around with bynari and outlook I still didn't get it to work. In folder permissions I re-set the types and tried other things, no success. Calendar, Contacts, Tasks and Notes are synced only from webcit to outlook, items created in outlook will in webcit only show up using &view=1 (in a list view then). Can anybody tell me the right settings in Account settings -> More settings -> Format? Or could it be I have to reconfigure something on server side to make it work?
Thats what verbose log says when creating a task in outlook with bynari connected:
2013-12-27 02:08:05.854  0x000001B4  BE_IMAP: CBackEnd::GetAccessFlags: Folder: Tasks Access: 0x0000003f AccessLevel: 0x00000001
2013-12-27 02:08:13.565  0x000001B4  BE_IMAP: CBackEnd::GetAccessFlags: Folder: Tasks Access: 0x0000003f AccessLevel: 0x00000001
2013-12-27 02:08:13.587  0x000001B4  CONPST32: Enter CMessage::SaveChanges
2013-12-27 02:08:13.587  0x000000A4  BE_IMAP: CBackEnd::OpenImap: Opening folder ""
2013-12-27 02:08:13.598  0x000001B4  CONPST32: Leaving CMessage::SaveChanges
2013-12-27 02:08:13.742  0x000001B4  BE_IMAP: CBackEnd::GetAccessFlags: Folder: Tasks Access: 0x0000003f AccessLevel: 0x00000001
2013-12-27 02:08:13.753  0x000001B4  BE_IMAP: CBackEnd::GetAccessFlags: Folder: Tasks Access: 0x0000003f AccessLevel: 0x00000001
2013-12-27 02:08:13.775  0x000001B4  BE_IMAP: CBackEnd::GetAccessFlags: Folder: Tasks Access: 0x0000003f AccessLevel: 0x00000001
2013-12-27 02:08:13.786  0x000001B4  BE_IMAP: CBackEnd::GetAccessFlags: Folder: Tasks Access: 0x0000003f AccessLevel: 0x00000001
2013-12-27 02:08:18.159  0x000000A4  BE_IMAP: CImport::GetHTMLFromRTF: OpenProperty failed for PR_RTF_COMPRESSED, 0x8004010f - MAPI_E_NOT_FOUND

2013-12-27 02:08:18.170  0x000000A4  BE_IMAP: CImport::GetTextFromRTF: OpenProperty failed for PR_RTF_COMPRESSED, 0x8004010f - MAPI_E_NOT_FOUND

2013-12-27 02:08:18.181  0x000000A4  BE_IMAP: CBackEnd::OpenImap: Opening folder "INBOX/Tasks"
2013-12-27 02:08:18.798  0x000000A4  BE_IMAP: CBackEnd::UploadMessage: Have a Kolab subject, looking for subject 040000008200E00074C5B7101A82E008000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000E01EE4422D4F6845B6773473287CCCE00100FDF53BEC3805D648B7879F40CED231B300000000100A0000 - ulMessageUID: 0
2013-12-27 02:08:19.092  0x000000A4  BE_IMAP: CBackEnd::UploadMessage: Uploading message to INBOX/Tasks folder - replace UID: 0 last known UID: 0
2013-12-27 02:08:19.667  0x000000A4  BE_IMAP: CBackEnd::UploadMessage: Folder: INBOX/Tasks New UID: 4401 Old UID: 0
Another issue is thunderbird with lightning and sync kolab, had to install sync kolab nightly to show up configuration, then calendar-sync worked, tasks-sync didn't work at all. Do I have to select kolab1, kolab2 or kolab3 in sync kolab?
Thanks in advance,
hansi



[#] Fri Dec 27 2013 03:50:14 EST from dothebart @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: webcit displays folders for folders that via imap are not empty

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Tue Dec 24 2013 08:08:54 EST from hansi2323 @ Uncensored Subject: Re: webcit displays folders for folders that via imap are not empty

dothebart,
thanks for your reply! If I open https://[server]/webcit/dotgoto?room=_CONTACTS_&view=1, the contacts are displayed indeed, but as e-mails with subjects like 00000000D11BD5EB576A7549ADFB1DA285FE1FD20100BA7D3940D65BAE45B360E4B64B8FD45D000000000A680000, sender is me (although "View as Address Book" is selected). Bodies of these mails contain the text added as note to a contact, and there's an attachment "Kolab.xml" containing all the rest of contact details.
If I press in thunderbird (without lighning + sync kolab) ctrl-u on a contact synced with outlook (it comes from ActiveSync, I'm syncing my old Windows Mobile 2003 device, if someone knows a better way than outlook+bynari...), it displays the source like this (tried to remove some private data):

Return-Path: hansi2323
Date: Thu, 19 Dec 2013 20:30:13 +0100
Subject: 00000000D11BD5EB576A7549ADFB1DA285FE1FD20100BA7D3940D65BAE45B360E4B64B8FD38D000000000A620000
Message-ID: <000c05db53.0001cefcf1.00018b4608.0000003a61@provider.com>
From: "Jan Schmitt" <hansi2323@provider.com>
Sender: Jan Schmitt <hansi2323@provider.com>
X-Priority: 3
X-Mailer: Outlook Connector 4.1.19-16010
X-Kolab-Type: application/x-vnd.kolab.contact
MIME-Version: 1.0
Content-Type: multipart/mixed; boundary=000000025615783-000000000008909-000001387481545-000000000000000

--000000025615783-000000000008909-000001387481545-000000000000000
Content-Type: text/plain; charset=Windows-1252
Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable

test note

--000000025615783-000000000008909-000001387481545-000000000000000
Content-Type: application/x-vnd.kolab.contact; name="Kolab.xml"
Content-Transfer-Encoding: base64
Content-Disposition: attachment; FILENAME="Kolab.xml"

PD94bWwgdmVyc2lvbj0iMS4wIiBlbmNvZGluZz0iVVRGLTgiPz4KPGNvbnRh
Y3QgdmVyc2lvbj0iMS4wIj4KCTx1aWQ+MDAwMDAwMDBEMTFCRDVFQjU3NkE3
NTQ5QURGQjFEQTI4NUZFMUZEMjAxMDBCQTdEMzk0MEQ2NUJBRTQ1QjM2MEU0
QjY0QjhGRDM4.... etc....==

--000000025615783-000000000008909-000001387481545-000000000000000--

So webcit does use the right folders, I guess something went wrong when pushing to the server so that contacts are in a wrong format. Or looks this like a server issue to you? I'll re-setup my outlook stuff and play around with it.
Thanks,
hansi



Ah, XML. thats Kolab2 mode - citadel only speaks kolab 1



[#] Fri Dec 27 2013 04:11:49 EST from dothebart @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: Any way to block zip attachments, or scan for exe within zip.

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Tue Dec 24 2013 11:40:43 EST from friday @ Uncensored Subject: Any way to block zip attachments, or scan for exe within zip.

I don't believe there is a way, but heck, can't hurt to ask.

We get a ton of those DHL, UPS, etc scam emails with zip attachments. A few unlucky users haven't realized they are viruses, and thus, infect themselves. I'd just love to remove zip attachments all together and be done with the issue.

afaik you can configure blacklist extensions in spamassassin.



[#] Fri Dec 27 2013 04:20:15 EST from dothebart @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: About translations !

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Wed Dec 25 2013 07:40:02 EST from mingodad @ Uncensored Subject: About translations !

Hello !

I recently started testing citadel and noticed that the en_GB translation seems to be out of sync with launchpad.

When we select en_GB on the left menu we get "Contents" instead of "Contacts", when I search the launchpad I can see that there the translation is correct but using easyintall or even checking out the source code using git we have there "Contents" for "Contacts".

Is it too hard to fix that ?

I already fixed it on my own installation !

 

Thanks in advance for your time and help !

hm, fancy. it won't output this to the bzr export

i've fixed it by hand, tnx for reporting.



[#] Fri Dec 27 2013 07:11:06 EST from nunnakirankumar @ Uncensored

Subject: Unable to perform easyInstall

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All,

I am trying to install Citadel in my Mac system using EasyInstall. But seeing following error while installing it. And the error as follows:

[Data from citadel-install-log.txt file]

config.status: creating db_config.h

config.status: executing libtool commands

./libtool --mode=compile cc -c -I. -I../src  -O3  ../src/mutex/mut_tas.c

libtool: compile:  cc -c -I. -I../src -O3 ../src/mutex/mut_tas.c  -fno-common -DPIC -o .libs/mut_tas.o

In file included from ../src/mutex/mut_tas.c:11:

In file included from ./db_int.h:999:

In file included from ../src/dbinc/mutex.h:15:

In file included from ../src/dbinc/mutex_int.h:12:

../src/dbinc/atomic.h:179:19: error: definition of builtin function '__atomic_compare_exchange'

static inline int __atomic_compare_exchange(

                  ^

1 error generated.

make: *** [mut_tas.lo] Error 1

Operating system:

 

FYI,

Command I am using to install is "curl http://easyinstall.citadel.org/install | sh"

I am using Mac with version 10.8.5.

Much appreciated for the help. 

-Kiran

 

 



[#] Fri Dec 27 2013 19:24:14 EST from TaMeR @ Uncensored

Subject: Citadel Sync needs your help/input

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I am working on version 2 of CitadelSync and need some user input.

In order to keep in sync version 1 of CitadelSync deletes all contacts, in the given room on your citadel server, then uploads the vCards from your local folder to the room.

This only works if you maintain your address book locally

I like to make Version 2 of CitadelSync a bid smarter.

Options:

  1. Download all contacts from Citadel compare them to the local contacts, and process only the modified once. Either upload to the server or save the one from the serve locally, which ever is newer.
  2. Create a second application to run on the server. Basically have a client, server application pair. The Application pair then can send to each other the revision information and only the modifieds get processed.

 The first choice is easier to do, but uses more bandwidth and server resources if you have a lot of users that can make a difference. 

Second one has some nice benefits. vCards could also be stored in a folder, in addition to Citadel. This folder could be made available via ftp, webdav etc opening up a lot more possibilities to access your vCards. However you will have to install two application to use thi, server and client application. If the owner of the server does install the server application then the user can't use CitadelSync. The owner of the server will have an additional application running as a daemon, continuously on his server 

 

By the way, I moved CitadelSync in to it's own repository, which makes it easier to access.

The new link is http://bitbucket.org/gotamer/citadelsync  

Any comments, suggestions, bug reports etc are very welcome, however I don't hang out here much, therefore bug reports should be reported to

https://bitbucket.org/gotamer/citadelsync/issues

The executable is still available here:

https://bitbucket.org/gotamer/citadel/downloads 



[#] Fri Dec 27 2013 21:22:14 EST from hansi2323 @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: webcit displays folders for folders that via imap are not empty

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Fri Dec 27 2013 03:50:14 EST from dothebart @ Uncensored Subject: Re: webcit displays folders for folders that via imap are not empty
 
 
Ah, XML. thats Kolab2 mode - citadel only speaks kolab 1

thanks for for your reply again. With this info, today I set the focus on syncing tasks. Now I'm so far that Outlook writes tasks in VCALENDAR format like webcit does. But unfortunately webcit has the content inline in the email while outlook attaches VCALENDAR file to email, so that webcit again cannot display it. Tried every option I could find and setup my outlook vm several times from scratch. Any ideas?
Is there anybody who is really syncing outlook with citadel successfully in both directions? Or is there a better way for syncing mobile devices via ActiveSync with citadel? How do you guys out there accomplish this?
Thanks again,
hansi



[#] Fri Dec 27 2013 22:58:43 EST from TaMeR @ Uncensored

Subject: Need help with port 504

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I have got this working fine receiving CODE_LISTING_FOLLOWS
"MSG0 1301|2"

Now I need to convert it to this
"MSG4 1301|2"

I understand that it needs an additional command

So I got this:
"MSGP text/x-vcard; charset=UTF-8|text/x-vcard"

But I can't figure out how those are supposed to work together

It doesn't work in either sequence

"MSG4 1301|2"
"MSGP text/x-vcard; charset=UTF-8|text/x-vcard"

 

"MSGP text/x-vcard; charset=UTF-8|text/x-vcard"
"MSG4 1301|2"

Any tips?

--

TaMeR


Citadel Sync:
https://bitbucket.org/gotamer/citadelsync



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NEW UPLOAD: 'citadelsync-v1-Linux-AMD64'
For vCards => https://bitbucket.org/gotamer/citade application/x-executable

[#] Fri Dec 27 2013 23:10:58 EST from TaMeR @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: Need help with port 504

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Strike this, got it!

msg 1301 has no part 2

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TaMeR

Citadel Sync:
https://bitbucket.org/gotamer/citadelsync



[#] Sat Dec 28 2013 01:12:36 EST from hansi2323 @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: webcit displays folders for folders that via imap are not empty

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Fri Dec 27 2013 03:50:14 EST from dothebart @ Uncensored Subject: Re: webcit displays folders for folders that via imap are not empty
 
 
Ah, XML. thats Kolab2 mode - citadel only speaks kolab 1

thanks for for your reply again. With this info, today I set the focus on syncing tasks. Now I'm so far that Outlook writes tasks in VCALENDAR format like webcit does. But unfortunately webcit has the content inline in the email while outlook attaches VCALENDAR file to email, so that webcit again cannot display it. Tried every option I could find and setup my outlook vm several times from scratch. Any ideas?
Is there anybody who is really syncing outlook with citadel successfully in both directions? Or is there a better way for syncing mobile devices via ActiveSync with citadel? How do you guys out there accomplish this?
Thanks again,
hansi



[#] Sat Dec 28 2013 08:49:52 EST from dothebart @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: Citadel Sync needs your help/input

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regarding webdav - this is already possible via webcit.

you can i.e. use cadaver to access your vcards.

vcards are identified using EUIDs so you can edit & replace them.

Tip: aside of reading

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

simply sniffing webcit talking to citserver is a good way of getting stuff sorted out:

http://www.citadel.org/doku.php/faq:mastering_your_os:net_sniff

however, you need to make shure webcit isn't using unix domain sockets therefore:

http://www.citadel.org/doku.php/documentation:cmdman:webcit

(you can start as many webcits as you like - even remote.



[#] Sat Dec 28 2013 13:00:26 EST from platonov @ Uncensored

Subject: To developers: Message Filtering

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Hi guys,

I have no idea what is your "priority list", but I have a wish since new year is coming.

Citadel is a great system and a great idea! (lick, lick)

If it has message filtering on body text and headers, that would make it much more powerful and useful, combined with its ability to send messages to mail lists.

Message body filtering, in the system I have developed for the NNTP automatic system, which is pretty much the same base standard as SMTP, can produce miracles, especially in combination with redirection of those messages to the mailing lists and/or other rooms, that could be specially created for the purpose of further processing, as temporary storage for highly filtered messages.

For example, you could subscribe to a list of some rooms with pre-filtering as to what you are interested in receiving. And you can further filter them from the temporary/and/or private room to yet another temporary room and thus creating a sophisticated multistage filtering ability by virtually doing not that much, but by stage filtering, even if you have a single stage pretty simple body filter.

I have developed such a multistage, high performance filtering system, which, even though it is not a regular expression based, does nearly everything you'd ever want, but at 10 times better performance.

Multi-stage means that you have a chain of filters, each of which can filter on ever standard SMTP/NNTP header and includes all the conditions, such as "contains, equals, begins with, ends with" and their NOT counterparts.

Each stage of filter can also contain the sophisticated (but not re based) filters with multiple and/or conditions.

Thus, by chaining these filters you can achieve any imaginable precision of filtering. Because any of those filters can be negated, ei "not" succeding.

So far, in years of using it, I did not find something that I could not do with such filters.

Source code will be available upon request, but it is written in Java, but it is well documented and is written in the simplest and clearest of ways and well commented. So, it should be no problem for C++ programmers to understand what it does. It is a part of a relatively large system for automatic bot-like processing of massive amounts of information, including the archive maintenance, such as message filtering, header normalization (removal of all non-specified headers), message body size limits, date periods and so on.

Every single operation in this system may include the filtering abilities, even while downloading them from the NNTP server or automatically posting any number of them from any number of archives with any kind of crazy filtering with any conceivable condition or desire imaginable. If you want it - it can be done, no matter what you want as far as NNTP goes.

And a last little note:

I wish there would be a way to copy ALL the messages from a room via "outdated and plague-like" text client.

Right now you have to specify the list of message numbers, which in my case is a royal pain, because the room may have many messages that have to be further processed in bulk.

As far as webcit goes, I wish there would be a way to COPY a message and not just MOVE it to another room. Because we may not wish to do any destructive editing to a room.

And, "the same old song" again:

Post EDITING is a MUST, and there is no excuse possible for having such an ability. Because it is a VITAL ability in the information processing/retrieval system which Citadel is.

Citadel is no longer "just some mail server". Nope. And I hope you reconcider your position on this.

SMTP simply ADDS flexibility to it. Because it is a STRUCTURED information representation, where it is totally legal to have the custom X-headers, which ANY news or mail reader will recognize and process without any problems.

The internal storage of those messages is utterly irrelevant.

We simply store our stuff in simplest text form, so you can edit anything you want even with your notepad, and then repost it anywhere you like in bulk or using filters.

That is the idea of an information system I have in mind.

Just don't get pissed with me again and again and again and again. Cause it does not hurt me. But it might hurt YOU as a result. Who knows who stands behind this whole thing?

Do you think your system was chosen accidentally?

Tell you a secret, just don't tell anybody:

NOT A CHANCE!

You system has been chosen in the global information system of such sophistication that it might crack some sculls.

Enjoy.

 

 

 

 

 



[#] Sat Dec 28 2013 13:15:00 EST from platonov @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: To developers: Message Filtering

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Sat Dec 28 2013 13:00:26 EST from platonov @ Uncensored Subject: To developers: Message Filtering

Hi guys,

I have no idea what is your "priority list", but I have a wish since new year is coming.

Citadel is a great system and a great idea! (lick, lick)

If it has message filtering on body text and headers, that would make it much more powerful and useful, combined with its ability to send messages to mail lists.

Message body filtering, in the system I have developed for the NNTP automatic system, which is pretty much the same base standard as SMTP, can produce miracles, especially in combination with redirection of those messages to the mailing lists and/or other rooms, that could be specially created for the purpose of further processing, as temporary storage for highly filtered messages.

For example, you could subscribe to a list of some rooms with pre-filtering as to what you are interested in receiving. And you can further filter them from the temporary/and/or private room to yet another temporary room and thus creating a sophisticated multistage filtering ability by virtually doing not that much, but by stage filtering, even if you have a single stage pretty simple body filter.

I have developed such a multistage, high performance filtering system, which, even though it is not a regular expression based, does nearly everything you'd ever want, but at 10 times better performance.

Multi-stage means that you have a chain of filters, each of which can filter on ever standard SMTP/NNTP header and includes all the conditions, such as "contains, equals, begins with, ends with" and their NOT counterparts.

Each stage of filter can also contain the sophisticated (but not re based) filters with multiple and/or conditions.

Thus, by chaining these filters you can achieve any imaginable precision of filtering. Because any of those filters can be negated, ei "not" succeding.

So far, in years of using it, I did not find something that I could not do with such filters.

Source code will be available upon request, but it is written in Java, but it is well documented and is written in the simplest and clearest of ways and well commented. So, it should be no problem for C++ programmers to understand what it does. It is a part of a relatively large system for automatic bot-like processing of massive amounts of information, including the archive maintenance, such as message filtering, header normalization (removal of all non-specified headers), message body size limits, date periods and so on.

Every single operation in this system may include the filtering abilities, even while downloading them from the NNTP server or automatically posting any number of them from any number of archives with any kind of crazy filtering with any conceivable condition or desire imaginable. If you want it - it can be done, no matter what you want as far as NNTP goes.

And a last little note:

I wish there would be a way to copy ALL the messages from a room via "outdated and plague-like" text client.

Right now you have to specify the list of message numbers, which in my case is a royal pain, because the room may have many messages that have to be further processed in bulk.

As far as webcit goes, I wish there would be a way to COPY a message and not just MOVE it to another room. Because we may not wish to do any destructive editing to a room.

And, "the same old song" again:

Post EDITING is a MUST, and there is no excuse possible for having such an ability. Because it is a VITAL ability in the information processing/retrieval system which Citadel is.

Citadel is no longer "just some mail server". Nope. And I hope you reconcider your position on this.

SMTP simply ADDS flexibility to it. Because it is a STRUCTURED information representation, where it is totally legal to have the custom X-headers, which ANY news or mail reader will recognize and process without any problems.

The internal storage of those messages is utterly irrelevant.

We simply store our stuff in simplest text form, so you can edit anything you want even with your notepad, and then repost it anywhere you like in bulk or using filters.

That is the idea of an information system I have in mind.

Just don't get pissed with me again and again and again and again. Cause it does not hurt me. But it might hurt YOU as a result. Who knows who stands behind this whole thing?

Do you think your system was chosen accidentally?

Tell you a secret, just don't tell anybody:

NOT A CHANCE!

You system has been chosen in the global information system of such sophistication that it might crack some sculls.

Enjoy.

We just need to find a way to interface to YOUR system. As I said, we are working with plain text storage format, which is sufficient in our needs.

We can take over "the miracle part" of the system once we can see how this interface can be implemented. Our system runs on both, Linux and Windows or on anything that has the JVM (Java Virtual Machine).

Once we see how we can interface to you without spending a leg or months or even weeks of our time, I'll be happy. Because they'll see the miracles they have never seen before. I promise.

:)

What a ball!



[#] Sat Dec 28 2013 20:59:10 EST from hansi2323 @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: webcit displays folders for folders that via imap are not empty

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Hi,
now I tried around more and found out that really webcit is the problem. I tried several clients, most of them can display entries from other clients, only webcit only displays it's own entries. Citadel commandline client behaves the same way webcit does. Webcit not even displays tasks created by Lightning/Thunderbird, I set it up exactly as stated on http://www.citadel.org/doku.php/faq:favoriteclient:using_your_citadel_calendar_and_contacts_in_thunderbird, that makes me perplexed. Any ideas how I can create tasks, calender entries, notes and contacts using an external client? I thought this was one of the basic citadel features, so I wonder if this really can be so difficult or what I'm doing wrong.



[#] Sun Dec 29 2013 02:13:01 EST from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: To developers: Message Filtering

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platonov --

What you're describing is interesting.

Since we've already built what generally amounts to an internal API for extensions, I wonder if we can boil down the requirements for your idea to a specific set of interfaces that need to be made available for you to do your thing?

As for editing existing messages, as previously mentioned it does present some challenges given our data model, but there are some places in the existing system where we do need it. For example, even though I would frown upon editing an email after it's been sent, we also can't edit a blog post, which is generally something other blogging software allows. I suppose a local site policy setting could determine that.

What you're describing sounds "big" enough that it would warrant a separate room to discuss and track. Why don't you go ahead and create a hidden room for that, post the name of the room here and anyone interested can go there so we can hash out the details.

[#] Sun Dec 29 2013 09:10:33 EST from Freakdog @ Dog Pound BBS II

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Minor typo to report in the text client's "Replace string" function's prompts:

When you go to replace some text, the prompt reads:

Enter test to be replaced:

Instead of "Enter text to be replaced:"

The second string is fine:

Enter text to replace it with:

[#] Sun Dec 29 2013 10:22:55 EST from whiskers75 @ Uncensored

Subject: Push mail? (No, not Funambol)

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Is there ANY support for push email in Citadel? No, not Funambol, that does nothing and doesn't work anyway.



[#] Sun Dec 29 2013 14:49:24 EST from mingodad @ Uncensored

Subject: How to edit a draft ?

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I'm just starting with citadel and I like the concept but I can not understand how we can edit a draft document, I can only see options to reply, forward not to edit the draft itself.

How it's supposed to work ?

Thanks in advance for any help !



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