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[#] Mon Sep 02 2013 07:39:49 EDT from Bouke J. Henstra @ Uncensored

Subject: Citadel - Bynari - Outlook

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Hi there,

I am unable to use Outlook. I tried all versions and settings for Bynari Outlook Connector. I am able to receive e-mails, add/change calendar items... but I am unable to send e-mails.

I get keeping messages like these:

Van:     Systeembeheerder 
Verzonden:    maandag 2 september 2013 13:23
Aan:    Test User
Onderwerp:    Onbezorgbaar: Nog een test...

Your message has not been sent due to errors in the addresses listed below.  Please fix the addresses or remove them and resend the mail.

    Subject: Nog een test...
    Sent: maandag 2 september 2013 13:22

250 RCPT ok <test01@server-1.nl>

Van:     Systeembeheerder 
Verzonden:    maandag 2 september 2013 13:28
Aan:    Bouke J. Henstra
Onderwerp:    Onbezorgbaar: Test 123

Your message has not been sent due to errors in the addresses listed below.  Please fix the addresses or remove them and resend the mail.

    Subject: Test 123
    Sent: maandag 2 september 2013 13:27

250 RCPT ok <bouke@uncensored.citadel.org>

Sending e-mails works when I change the SMTP settings in Bynari Outlook Connector. I then use another SMTP server (also with authentication)... and that does work.

I also tried to use Mozilla Thunderbird. Everything works great (except the calendar function).

I do not know what the problem could be... It looks like that everything is alright... and I tried almost everything to get this setup working.

What to do next?

 

 

 



[#] Mon Sep 02 2013 08:28:15 EDT from the_mgt @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: XMPP config

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So Sep 01 2013 16:43:59 CEST von Felix Kre mann Betreff: XMPP config

Hello!

I just set up my Citadel on an raspberry pi.

But I wonder how to configure the Citadel XMPP Server? Every user is able to see every other logged in user in his contact list. This not not good for my purpose. How can I disable it?

Thanks, Felix

That is how it works with Citadel, you are only able to use xmpp with people on the same server that citadel is running on, no server-to-server connection. And since you are all on the same server, it only makes sense that everyone sees everyone else.

Think of it as a company-wide instant messaging.



[#] Mon Sep 02 2013 08:57:26 EDT from vasek.kostelec @ Uncensored

Subject: No external notifiers configured on system/user

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Hi,

i have a trouble with citadel logging. In logging files mail.err, mail.warn and mail.info i have this notification:

No external notifiers configured on system/user

It´s generated every minute. Log files are crowded. Can I disable it anywise?

Thanks a lot
Vasek



[#] Mon Sep 02 2013 10:55:43 EDT from Bouke J. Henstra @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: Citadel - Bynari - Outlook

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Mon Sep 02 2013 07:39:49 EDT from Bouke J. Henstra @ Uncensored Subject: Citadel - Bynari - Outlook

Hi there,

I am unable to use Outlook. I tried all versions and settings for Bynari Outlook Connector. I am able to receive e-mails, add/change calendar items... but I am unable to send e-mails.

I get keeping messages like these:

[..]

Your message has not been sent due to errors in the addresses listed below.  Please fix the addresses or remove them and resend the mail.

    Subject: Nog een test...
    Sent: maandag 2 september 2013 13:22

250 RCPT ok <test01@server-1.nl>

[..]

Sending e-mails works when I change the SMTP settings in Bynari Outlook Connector. I then use another SMTP server (also with authentication)... and that does work.

I also tried to use Mozilla Thunderbird. Everything works great (except the calendar function).

I do not know what the problem could be... It looks like that everything is alright... and I tried almost everything to get this setup working.

What to do next?

Okay! Send/receive of mail works now! In Bynari Outlook Connector SMTP authentication needs to be disabled. Then sending mail works!

Next thing is my Calendar. It's not working 2-way at this moment. When I add something to my calendar using Citadel online it will show up in mijn Outlook calendar. The other way around does not work: when I add something in my Outlook calendar it is not visable in Citadel's calendar online.

I hope somebody is willing to help me with this one.



[#] Mon Sep 02 2013 12:31:38 EDT from Brett @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: Citadel Webcit Authentication

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Mon Sep 02 2013 00:33:19 EDT from Brett @ Uncensored Subject: Re: Citadel Webcit Authentication

 

Sun Sep 01 2013 22:29:39 EDT from Brett @ Uncensored Subject: Citadel Webcit Authentication

When I attempt to log in to webcit from my browser, I'm getting a different login page--it is an HTTP authentication request now (pop-up box), rather than the standard citadel HTML login page that gives me the options for openID, google, etc on the side.

If I SSH into the server and forward port 2000 and 443, I can log in without an issue using the standard login page. What is going on here?

 

Thanks



....now it is also happening with SSH port forwarding. Really strange. Any ideas?



Even more information...

It seems to be browser-dependent. If I attempt to login with chrome, it happens, with IE, it doesn't.



[#] Tue Sep 03 2013 04:27:37 EDT from schaap23 @ Uncensored

Subject: Log IP of bad password during login attempt in citadel

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I've installed citadel on raspbian (debian for raspberry pi).

When someone tries to login via the webinterface (webcit) and inputs a wrong password. The following log line is written in mail.log:
 

Sep  3 10:08:06 mail citserver[20416]: Context: Bad password specified for <test> Service <citadel-TCP> Port <504> Remote <localhost / 127.0.0.1>


The IP is always "localhost / 127.0.0.1", while the IP address of the person logging in is obviously different than 127.0.0.1


How can I configure citadel/webcit to log the IP address of the user that inputs the wrong password?

 


[#] Tue Sep 03 2013 16:44:11 EDT from zurbergram @ Uncensored

Subject: How to use User Related Commands to batch create users?

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I have read http://www.citadel.org/doku.php/faq:systemadmin:how_can_i_batch_create_a_list_of_users_on_a_new_system#how.can.i.batch.create.a.list.of.users.on.a.new.system and understand how to create a simple list of users.

What I would like to do is create a batch of new users and set each of these users to be able to send internet mail as well as setting the user's email address.

I have been trying to use ASUP to set a test user's flags so that they can send internet mail but I cannot find the "citadel.h" file I am told to look for. I can that an existing user with Permission to send internet mail has a value of 15888 as value from AGUP from what http://www.citadel.org/doku.php/documentation:appproto:users#creucreatenewuseraccount tells me.



[#] Wed Sep 04 2013 09:04:43 EDT from Freakdog @ Dog Pound BBS II

Subject: Re: How to use User Related Commands to batch create users?

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Check /usr/local/ctdlsupport/libcitadel.h...or look in the directory where you unpacked and compiled your source code for citadel.h.

[#] Wed Sep 04 2013 09:16:21 EDT from dothebart @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: How to use User Related Commands to batch create users?

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[#] Wed Sep 04 2013 11:49:42 EDT from cdysthe @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: Problem creating room/mailing list on the right floor.

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No,

 

I have not tried that. I will and report back.



[#] Wed Sep 04 2013 12:57:05 EDT from cdysthe @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: Problem creating room/mailing list on the right floor.

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Thu Aug 29 2013 22:03:40 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored Subject: Re: Problem creating room/mailing list on the right floor.
I have a floor called "lists" with two rooms (mailing lists) in it:
'commercial' and 'staff'. I did also create a room called 'business'
yesterday on the main floor which I deleted and wanted to recreate it
today but on the lists floor. However,  it ends up on the main floor
even if I save it in Webcit to the lists floor. Why can't I save it
to the lists floor?

That sounds like it could be a bug. Have you tried moving it using the text mode client?

I will try that, but how do I move a room with the text client. I logged in as admin but couldn't find a command for moving a room. I'm still new at this, so please bear with me :)



[#] Wed Sep 04 2013 14:42:23 EDT from zurbergram @ Uncensored

Subject: GoDaddy Certificate created from Java Keytool

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I have a SSL cert from GoDaddy that was created using the java keytool.

Is there anyway to use this cert with citadel?

I know that Citadel and WebCit need both the certificate and the .key file which was used to create the certificate request.

I have keystore.ks file which was used by java keytool to create the certificate request and send it to GoDaddy but I am have trouble finding the RSA key used to generate the certificate request.

I have tried putting keystore.ks into ./citadel/keys renamed as citadel.key but it still didn't work.

 

Any help would be much appreciated?



[#] Wed Sep 04 2013 17:22:56 EDT from zurbergram @ Uncensored

Subject: GoDaddy Certificate installed but getting SSL Error 21

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I have requested and installed a certificate signed by GoDaddy but when I try to set up POP3 in Gmail (what all end users will use) or use openssl (testing) to connect I get the error message "SSL error 21: unable to verify the first certificate"

I renamed the gd_bundle.crt to gd_bundler.cer and the mydomain.crt to citadel.cer.

Has anyone had this problem and resolved it?



[#] Thu Sep 05 2013 04:53:11 EDT from Bouke J. Henstra @ Uncensored

Subject: Unable to send authenticated mail

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Hello,

I have got a question. I am unable to send e-mails using Citadel's SMTP server.

What I tried is:

  1. Install Debian 7.1 on my VPS
  2. Remove Sendmail
  3. Install dependencies
  4. Install Citadel 8.20 + WebCit 8.20 with Easy Install
  5. Changed "Administration » Edit site-wide configuration » Fully qualified domain name" to server-1.nl
  6. Changed "Administration » Edit site-wide configuration » SMTP »Correct forged From: lines during authenticated SMTP"  to Only change the From: header if the address is not valid for the user
  7. Added "server-1.nl" to "Administration » Domain names and Internet mail configuration » Local host aliasses"
  8. Added "server-1.nl" to "Administration » Domain names and Internet mail configuration » Directory domains"
  9. Added "server-1.nl" to "Administration » Domain names and Internet mail configuration » Masqueradable domains"
  10. Added user test01 via "Administration » User account management"
  11. Set "Permission to send Internet mail" for user test01
  12. Edited contact information for user test01 to make sure that test01@server-1.nl is set to "Primary Internet e-mail address"

I am able to receive e-mails and add/edit/remove calendar items using Bynari Outlook Connector + Outlook 2003.

I am unable to send e-mails authenticated. I do not know what to do. I use the user name "test01" and the password to authenticate. Does anyone know what it could be or what I could check or change?

Thanks in advance.



[#] Thu Sep 05 2013 07:05:19 EDT from OX3IO @ Uncensored

Subject: Outbound SMTP queue

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Hi

I am running Citadel on Raspberry PI and I got a strange issue. 
When sending an e-mail it is stuck in the queue. Next attempt says "Dec 31 1969".

The time on my PI is correct (checked by typing "date" in a terminal.

If I restart the citadel server the queue is processed.

Hope somebody got an idea how to fix this.

 

Best regards, Brian 



[#] Thu Sep 05 2013 09:45:48 EDT from zurbergram @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: GoDaddy Certificate created from Java Keytool

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I ultimately gave up on this process and when solved the problem using this process

 

  1. openssl genrsa -out citadel.key 2048
  2. openssl req -new -key citadel.key -out citadel.csr
  3. in godaddy provide citadel.csr to generate ssl certifcate extension crt
  4. godaddy will send you a zip contaning 2 files extract the files
    1. One of the files is named “yourdomain” and it comes in crt format … rename the file to citadel.cer
    2. The other file is a godaddy chain in crt format… just open this file in a text editor, copy all of the text(it should have 2 certificates that are marked by BEGIN CERTIFICATE and END CERTIFICATE), paste this text into citadel.cer in text editor after citadel.cer's certificate
  5. copy the file to the citservers key directory
  6. copy the file in citservers key directory to webcits key directory or verify that the links still work


[#] Thu Sep 05 2013 09:46:21 EDT from zurbergram @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: GoDaddy Certificate installed but getting SSL Error 21

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I solved the problem using this process

 

  1. openssl genrsa -out citadel.key 2048
  2. openssl req -new -key citadel.key -out citadel.csr
  3. in godaddy provide citadel.csr to generate ssl certifcate extension crt
  4. godaddy will send you a zip contaning 2 files extract the files
    1. One of the files is named “yourdomain” and it comes in crt format … rename the file to citadel.cer
    2. The other file is a godaddy chain in crt format… just open this file in a text editor, copy all of the text(it should have 2 certificates that are marked by BEGIN CERTIFICATE and END CERTIFICATE), paste this text into citadel.cer in text editor after citadel.cer's certificate
  5. copy the file to the citservers key directory
  6. copy the file in citservers key directory to webcits key directory or verify that the links still work


[#] Thu Sep 05 2013 13:51:51 EDT from Felix Kre mann @ Uncensored

Subject: SMTP Relay

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Hi World!

I tried to set up an SMTP Relay in the "Smart host" field.

But my username:password@smtprelay.tld is too long for this file, it is like xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx:yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy@in.mailjet.com

Is there any way to use my Relay? I really need it because I have a dynamic domain an I want to send mails..

Thanks, Felix



[#] Thu Sep 05 2013 17:07:33 EDT from Lurch @ Uncensored

Subject: Citadel Virtual Appliance

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Is anyone able to fix the EXSi appliance link or point me towards a working one? The one on the is page is broken, and has been for couple of weeks at least now. http://www.citadel.org/doku.php/installation:appliance The (broken) link to the appliance is http://easyinstall.citadel.org/citadel-vmware-appliance-2012.zip.



[#] Thu Sep 05 2013 20:18:04 EDT from Brett @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: SMTP Relay

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Thu Sep 05 2013 13:51:51 EDT from Felix Kre mann @ Uncensored Subject: SMTP Relay

Hi World!

I tried to set up an SMTP Relay in the "Smart host" field.

But my username:password@smtprelay.tld is too long for this file, it is like xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx:yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy@in.mailjet.com

Is there any way to use my Relay? I really need it because I have a dynamic domain an I want to send mails..

Thanks, Felix



My relay URL is quite long too. Does it give you an error?



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