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[#] Sat May 30 2015 10:35:18 EDT from mclaughton @ Uncensored

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Good Morning

 

I do have few issues in my email,

1   when I try to reply or reply to all , I am not able to type my message ,even when I tried to send an new email I am not able to type my message, please advice

 

2 Trash always have more than 1000 messages, when I delete it ,it is gone, later when I log in again I see all the message back Why ? I am not able to delete it please advice

 

Thanks response would be much appreciated

 



[#] Mon Jun 01 2015 15:56:45 EDT from majo @ Uncensored

Subject: password length on citadel 9.01

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Hello,

I have a strange symptom.

Connections to citadel  (9.01) direct fail but connection over webcit succeed.

For direct connections passwords can not be longer then 13 chars (e.g. 1234567890123 is okay but 12345678901234 fails).

Direct connects work if password is shorter then 14 chars.

Regards maj_o



[#] Mon Jun 01 2015 17:08:00 EDT from majo @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: password length on citadel 9.01

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After a while I figured out, that password length must be 13 chars. In this case Jabber, WebCit and GroupDav work.

Just mail does not work. Seams for mail password length must be less then 13 - what a pitty.



[#] Tue Jun 02 2015 09:54:15 EDT from Tim @ Uncensored

Subject: Citadel Update

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Hi,

 

I would like to know if it is possible to update an existing citadel server and how I would go about doing this?

 

I am not sure if easy install was initially used.

 

 



[#] Tue Jun 02 2015 11:37:55 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: Citadel Update

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I am not sure if easy install was initially used.

If you have all of the following directories, and they contain the *active* copies of your Citadel system, then you are probably looking at an Easy Install:

/usr/local/citadel
/usr/local/webcit
/usr/local/ctdlsupport

If that is the case, then you can simply run Easy Install again to update everything automatically.

I'm sure you have already planned to do a full backup of your system first.
:)

[#] Tue Jun 02 2015 13:08:33 EDT from "Marcelo Teixeira" <marcelo.teixeira@actumplus.com.br> to citadel_support@citadel.org

Subject: Re: [Citadel Support] Re: Citadel Update

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How can I leave this forum ?

On 02/06/2015 12:37, IGnatius T Foobar wrote:
I am not sure if easy install was initially used.

If you have all of the following directories, and they contain the *active*
copies of your Citadel system, then you are probably looking at an Easy Install:


/usr/local/citadel
/usr/local/webcit
/usr/local/ctdlsupport

If that is the case, then you can simply run Easy Install again to update
everything automatically.

I'm sure you have already planned to do a full backup of your system first.
:)

[#] Wed Jun 03 2015 11:25:26 EDT from idlisten @ Uncensored

Subject: Easy install update failed

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I've been running citadel for a while and it's been great. I backed up my data, then tried to update my system via easy install. My root partition was totally full (surprise!), so the update failed.

Since then, I've deleted some files and freed up a few GB. Then, I tried to update via easy install again. But, when I try to connect via Webcit, I get "0 Received unexpected answer from Citadel server; bailing out."

How can I fix this? Thanks.



[#] Wed Jun 03 2015 13:24:35 EDT from Freakdog @ Dog Pound BBS II

Subject: Re: Easy install update failed

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Wed Jun 03 2015 11:25:26 AM EDT from idlisten @ Uncensored Subject: Easy install update failed

I've been running citadel for a while and it's been great. I backed up my data, then tried to update my system via easy install. My root partition was totally full (surprise!), so the update failed.

Since then, I've deleted some files and freed up a few GB. Then, I tried to update via easy install again. But, when I try to connect via Webcit, I get "0 Received unexpected answer from Citadel server; bailing out."

How can I fix this? Thanks.

Remove the current contents of /usr/local/citadel, estore your previous installation, start Citadel and retry the EasyInstall upgrade.



[#] Wed Jun 03 2015 14:32:16 EDT from idlisten @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: Easy install update failed

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Wed Jun 03 2015 13:24:35 EDT from Freakdog @ Dog Pound BBS II Subject: Re: Easy install update failed

 

Remove the current contents of /usr/local/citadel, estore your previous installation, start Citadel and retry the EasyInstall upgrade.


I only backed up my /data subdirectory (oops). Can I delete the current installation, reinstall, and restore /data files to get running again?



[#] Wed Jun 03 2015 17:59:53 EDT from idlisten @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: Easy install update failed

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Well, I backed up my (apparently corrupted) citadel directories. I tried to stop the citadel process, but it wouldn't stop normally. I had to pkill the processes I could find. I deleted the *.sum files and forced Easy Install to overwrite the installation. I cranked along for a while and came back with "stopping citadel ... failed". Then it continued for a bit and hit "starting citadel ... ok" and that's where it hung. Now, I get "this webpage is not available" when trying to access citadel.

Any thoughts?



[#] Thu Jun 04 2015 11:51:53 EDT from idlisten @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: Easy install update failed

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If I delete the citadel installation, reinstall it, and copy my database into the new installation, would that restore my messages?

Thanks



[#] Thu Jun 04 2015 11:58:51 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: [Citadel Support] Re: Citadel Update

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How can I leave this forum ?

http://uncensored.citadel.org/listsub

[#] Thu Jun 04 2015 12:00:53 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: Easy install update failed

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Unfortunately there is more to a Citadel installation than just what is stored in Berkeley DB. Of paramount importance are the citadel.config and citadel.control files, which are crucial to the system's operation.

Are you able to connect to Citadel using anything other than WebCit? (text client, imap/smtp, etc)

[#] Thu Jun 04 2015 17:46:27 EDT from "Motty Cruz" <motty.cruz@gmail.com> to citadel_support@citadel.org, Motty Cruz <motty.cruz@gmail.com>

Subject: migrating from Courier-imp to Citadel

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Hello,
I want to start using Citadel for mail and calendar for medium size
company. Currently we have been using Courier-imap. has anybody
experience migrating mail system from Courier-imap to Citadel? if so,
any suggestions?

clients will be using Thunderbird and Outlook.

Thanks for your suggestions.
-Motty

[#] Thu Jun 04 2015 19:12:59 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: migrating from Courier-imp to Citadel

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There are some great tools, imapsync and imapcopy are two favorites out there.
Definitely go imap-to-imap to move your mail over.

Thanks for choosing Citadel!

[#] Fri Jun 05 2015 10:29:36 EDT from CarlGambolputty @ Uncensored

Subject: Suggestions for migrating Exchange/SBS 2011 to Citadel/Debian Jessie

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Situation: I'm a sys/net admin for a small business that tired of Exchange. I'm in charge of taking us to the land of milk and cookies (AKA, NOT Small Business Server) to a Linux distro and open source alternative to Exchange. I went with Citadel / Debian for flexibility and stability/uptime. 

I know the Redhat/Fedora/CentOS family of Linux, but I've never played with Debian before now, and while my Windows server/powershell-fu is strong, I'm still stumbling my way through the Exchange environment. I'm at the point where Debian's up on our test server box, I have Citadel loaded up (using LDAP Active Directory as the authentication and a separate user on the AD for the bind), and I've confirmed all Citadel processes are running as they should. I'm happy to stumble through it on my own (see: how I learned Win server in the first place), but I figured I'd reach out to you guys before doing so before I blow 4 hours twisting myself into knots over what should be a simple solution. 

Any suggestions on migrating over? From what I've seen, you need to recreate your user forest in Citadel and then move everything stored on your Exchange database over by imap.



[#] Fri Jun 05 2015 10:56:38 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: Suggestions for migrating Exchange/SBS 2011 to Citadel/Debian Jessie

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It sounds as if you already have Citadel successfully authenticating against Active Directory, which is usually the hardest part (since we don't have a way to automate it).

You are correct in observing that the users all need to be created. They will be auto-created the first time they log in, but not until then. However, since you're going to use IMAP-to-IMAP copy to get the mailboxes moved over, you need to have all of the usernames/passwords anyway. If you use imapsync or imapcopy, both of those utilities have a "dry run" mode that will log in to both sides and check to make sure everything's in order, but won't (yet) copy any mail. That's a *great* way to get Citadel to auto-create the accounts.

[#] Fri Jun 05 2015 11:15:43 EDT from CarlGambolputty @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: Suggestions for migrating Exchange/SBS 2011 to Citadel/Debian Jessie

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You ssssssay that I know we're authenticating against AD. I'm about to test that right now by running the imap dry run you mentioned.

Speaking of which, though, that's really sexy. 

I'll message back in a little bit with the results. On a somewhat separate note: we're going to be using the Citadel server with XMPP texting through some flavor of Jabber client (not sure which yet). Using AD auth, as far as for what Citadel is looking for, what format is it? user name only, pre-2003, full netBios, ect?



[#] Fri Jun 05 2015 18:21:58 EDT from CarlGambolputty @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: Suggestions for migrating Exchange/SBS 2011 to Citadel/Debian Jessie

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Naturally enough I got swamped with other stuff today and never got a chance to. I'll let you know next week how it turns out.



[#] Mon Jun 08 2015 09:06:13 EDT from CarlGambolputty @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: Suggestions for migrating Exchange/SBS 2011 to Citadel/Debian Jessie

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Naturally enough I got swamped with other stuff today and never got a chance to. I'll let you know next week how it turns out.



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