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[#] Tue Apr 23 2013 22:20:08 EDT from wylekyote @ Uncensored

Subject: password length inconsistency in webcit

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New citadel setup today .. added a bunch of users with generated passwords 24 characters long through webcit  (as they worked off the command line just fine)  Just had someone else less tty capable add the rest via the webcit interface..

 

they didn't work

 

traced the reason why to the form import having a maxlength of 20

 

<td>Password</td><td><input type="password" name="password" value="" maxlength="20"></td>


[#] Wed Apr 24 2013 04:10:40 EDT from alex007 @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: Calendar Frontend for citadel sync kolab + lightning

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Tue Apr 23 2013 05:13:48 EDT from dothebart @ Uncensored Subject: Re: Calendar Frontend for citadel sync kolab + lightning

 

Mon Apr 22 2013 15:20:01 EDT from alex007 @ Uncensored Subject: Re: Calendar Frontend for citadel sync kolab + lightning

 

Fri Apr 19 2013 17:52:40 EDT from alex007 @ Uncensored Subject: Re: Calendar Frontend for citadel sync kolab + lightning

 

Fri Apr 19 2013 10:52:41 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored Subject: Re: Calendar Frontend for citadel sync kolab + lightning
Lightning seems to work for me; you do have to do it at the granularity of the entire calendar (by mapping the .ics using webdav) but it does work.

I contacted the developer of sync kolab, we work together for a solution of the encoding problem for the ical entries...



I've got still the problem with encoding. I attached 2 files, which I grabed from thunderbird (Sourcecode of the E-Mail in the respective IMAP-Folder) The first is a calendar entry, which I generated inside citadel with webcit. The second comes from sync kolab, generated in lightning, sync kolab writes this entry in the IMAP-Folder

The content of the subject field of the entries is "Hier sind 2 oes öö"

Both, the citadel entry is not corrected encodet in lightning via sync kolab and the the sync kolab entry from lightning is not right represented in the citadel calendar (webcit).

I wonder why in the citadel generated entry (subject)  the ö is not =F6 (quoted-printable), but =C3=B6?

 

It is not clear for me who of the three (citadel, lightning,sync kolab) has problems with the encoding.

Can anybody of you discover anything in the entries, what is not correct?

Hm, both fail to mention which characterset they're in:

MIME-Version: 1.0
Content-Type: text/calendar
Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable
User-Agent: SyncKolab 3.1.0

either one of utf8 / iso 8859-1

so maybe exactly this is the problem - in UTF8 umlauts become 2 characters, in ISO they remain one.

I guess both of them should specify the charset in first place to make it work transparent, however you should be able to configure synckolab to do utf8 - which is pretty much standard nowadays.


Thanks, maybe that's the point. I let you know, if it works, when the missing charset line is inside the entry.

But citadel should do this too, shouldn't it?



[#] Wed Apr 24 2013 21:46:08 EDT from Andrew Craig @ Uncensored

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I have citadel installed on my RaspberryPi, I am also running another web service through apache. I want that service to have port 80, and I want citadel to have port 443. How is this possible?



[#] Fri Apr 26 2013 14:55:32 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored

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I have citadel installed on my RaspberryPi, I am also running another
web service through apache. I want that service to have port 80, and
I want citadel to have port 443. How is this possible?

webcit -s -p443 ...


[#] Fri Apr 26 2013 16:29:52 EDT from jwhistler66 @ Uncensored

Subject: Configure Citadel to receive emails only

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Hi all.  I would like to setup citadel to be able to process certain emails using procmail.  Our main email server is an Exchange Server, and I would like to forward certain messages based on header to the citadel server where I can process information out of the email and store it into a database.  I just want a generic email account on the citadel server that I can forward to.  I have everything setup, but the citadel server keeps rejecting the forwarded emails with:

550 You must log in to send mail from blah.com

Thanks in advance.

 



[#] Sat Apr 27 2013 12:53:47 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: Configure Citadel to receive emails only

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How are you submitting mail into Citadel? LMTP via a local socket is the preferred method of integrating with third-party MTA's. In particular, if you do LMTP to lmtp-unfiltered.socket you will be relieved of most of the restrictions, with the rationale that most restrictions will be handled by your edge MTA.

[#] Sun Apr 28 2013 13:56:45 EDT from alex007 @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: Calendar Frontend for citadel sync kolab + lightning

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Wed Apr 24 2013 04:10:40 EDT from alex007 @ Uncensored Subject: Re: Calendar Frontend for citadel sync kolab + lightning

 

Tue Apr 23 2013 05:13:48 EDT from dothebart @ Uncensored Subject: Re: Calendar Frontend for citadel sync kolab + lightning

 

Mon Apr 22 2013 15:20:01 EDT from alex007 @ Uncensored Subject: Re: Calendar Frontend for citadel sync kolab + lightning

 

Fri Apr 19 2013 17:52:40 EDT from alex007 @ Uncensored Subject: Re: Calendar Frontend for citadel sync kolab + lightning

 

Fri Apr 19 2013 10:52:41 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored Subject: Re: Calendar Frontend for citadel sync kolab + lightning
Lightning seems to work for me; you do have to do it at the granularity of the entire calendar (by mapping the .ics using webdav) but it does work.

I contacted the developer of sync kolab, we work together for a solution of the encoding problem for the ical entries...



I've got still the problem with encoding. I attached 2 files, which I grabed from thunderbird (Sourcecode of the E-Mail in the respective IMAP-Folder) The first is a calendar entry, which I generated inside citadel with webcit. The second comes from sync kolab, generated in lightning, sync kolab writes this entry in the IMAP-Folder

The content of the subject field of the entries is "Hier sind 2 oes öö"

Both, the citadel entry is not corrected encodet in lightning via sync kolab and the the sync kolab entry from lightning is not right represented in the citadel calendar (webcit).

I wonder why in the citadel generated entry (subject)  the ö is not =F6 (quoted-printable), but =C3=B6?

 

It is not clear for me who of the three (citadel, lightning,sync kolab) has problems with the encoding.

Can anybody of you discover anything in the entries, what is not correct?

Hm, both fail to mention which characterset they're in:

MIME-Version: 1.0
Content-Type: text/calendar
Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable
User-Agent: SyncKolab 3.1.0

either one of utf8 / iso 8859-1

so maybe exactly this is the problem - in UTF8 umlauts become 2 characters, in ISO they remain one.

I guess both of them should specify the charset in first place to make it work transparent, however you should be able to configure synckolab to do utf8 - which is pretty much standard nowadays.


Thanks, maybe that's the point. I let you know, if it works, when the missing charset line is inside the entry.

But citadel should do this too, shouldn't it?



Dear developer of citadel, the line charset="utf-8" belongs in they Calendar files, don't they? Is it much work to do this?



[#] Mon Apr 29 2013 03:12:24 EDT from dothebart @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: Configure Citadel to receive emails only

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Fri Apr 26 2013 16:29:52 EDT from jwhistler66 @ Uncensored Subject: Configure Citadel to receive emails only

Hi all.  I would like to setup citadel to be able to process certain emails using procmail.  Our main email server is an Exchange Server, and I would like to forward certain messages based on header to the citadel server where I can process information out of the email and store it into a database.  I just want a generic email account on the citadel server that I can forward to.  I have everything setup, but the citadel server keeps rejecting the forwarded emails with:

550 You must log in to send mail from blah.com

Thanks in advance.

 



at first, you can't use procmail with citadel.

however citadel offers an integrated sieve engine.

in your (test) case the sender is local to citadel, right? Citadel won't let you send those unauthenticated.

If your general usecase is to filter & process external mails with froms from other domains, this should work.

Webcit even offers a way to have mails parsed up into a json structure to improve your comfort of automated processing - since basic mail parsing tends to be a rather complicated and error prone process.



[#] Mon Apr 29 2013 16:46:47 EDT from cbraxton @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: Calendar Frontend for citadel sync kolab + lightning

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Fri Apr 19 2013 10:52:41 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored Subject: Re: Calendar Frontend for citadel sync kolab + lightning
Lightning seems to work for me; you do have to do it at the granularity of the entire calendar (by mapping the .ics using webdav) but it does work.

 

Yes, it's fine for one person at a time to use -- but if you have multiple simultaneous users that can save appointments, hilarity ensues very quickly!



[#] Mon Apr 29 2013 16:52:59 EDT from dothebart @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: Calendar Frontend for citadel sync kolab + lightning

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Sun Apr 28 2013 13:56:45 EDT from alex007 @ Uncensored Subject: Re: Calendar Frontend for citadel sync kolab + lightning

 

Wed Apr 24 2013 04:10:40 EDT from alex007 @ Uncensored Subject: Re: Calendar Frontend for citadel sync kolab + lightning

 

Tue Apr 23 2013 05:13:48 EDT from dothebart @ Uncensored Subject: Re: Calendar Frontend for citadel sync kolab + lightning

 

Hm, both fail to mention which characterset they're in:

MIME-Version: 1.0
Content-Type: text/calendar
Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable
User-Agent: SyncKolab 3.1.0

either one of utf8 / iso 8859-1

so maybe exactly this is the problem - in UTF8 umlauts become 2 characters, in ISO they remain one.

I guess both of them should specify the charset in first place to make it work transparent, however you should be able to configure synckolab to do utf8 - which is pretty much standard nowadays.


Thanks, maybe that's the point. I let you know, if it works, when the missing charset line is inside the entry.

But citadel should do this too, shouldn't it?



Dear developer of citadel, the line charset="utf-8" belongs in they Calendar files, don't they? Is it much work to do this?



hm, the write part is easy.

edit webcit/event.c these lines:


            case '8':
                serv_puts("Content-type: text/calendar; charset=UTF-8");
                serv_puts("Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable");


and recompile.

(yes, the content type has to contain the charset)

I don't know whether it will find an iso header & evaluate it in its current state; At least the QP-Decoding is done in citserver before webcit gets the message; I currently don't have the time to dig into this.



[#] Sat May 04 2013 15:09:43 EDT from Citaman @ Uncensored

Subject: Changing one password breaks all other passwords

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Hello everyone!

I am really new to all this open source and freeware stuff but I was able to set up my own Ubuntu Server 13.04 mailserver, register a domain and got all that MX records stuff done...


Anyways: I experience the problem that when I change the password for one user account all other passwords get screwed up so nobody else can login. This happens no matter if Ichange the password via the admin account or if the user itself changes it.

The very weird thing is that when the admin changes his password his password gets screwed up but everyone elses stays ok.

It's like that only passwords from accounts that are higher ranking than the account that changes his password are affected by this.

 

Has anybody a solution? I had to rebuild my server several times now and it always happened again and again.

 

Cheers,

Citaman



[#] Tue May 07 2013 16:07:59 EDT from kc5tja @ Uncensored

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Hey!  Long time no log-in -- surprised my user account still exists.

I know that Citadel has RSS/Atom support, but I'm not able to find details on what is precisely supported.  Maybe I'm missing the obvious documentation sources?

I'm wondering if Citadel supports both RSS/Atom aggregation (e.g., a room is configured to be a feed reader, basically), as well as RSS/Atom syndication (activity within a specific room is syndicated through a feed)?  If yes to either, any pointers to documentation would be appreciated.  Thanks!

 



[#] Tue May 07 2013 16:11:55 EDT from kc5tja @ Uncensored

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Oh, one more thing -- is it possible to search through the messages in a Citadel installation?  E.g., on my webcit installation, there's a search box in the upper-righthand corner, but it doesn't do anything.  Citadel would get a popularity boost here at work if it supported some means of searching for a message.  I notice that the Uncensored web UI lacks the search box.

Thanks again for any help you can provide.



[#] Wed May 08 2013 09:24:12 EDT from dothebart @ Uncensored

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Tue May 07 2013 16:11:55 EDT from kc5tja @ Uncensored

Oh, one more thing -- is it possible to search through the messages in a Citadel installation?  E.g., on my webcit installation, there's a search box in the upper-righthand corner, but it doesn't do anything.  Citadel would get a popularity boost here at work if it supported some means of searching for a message.  I notice that the Uncensored web UI lacks the search box.

Thanks again for any help you can provide.

you have to enable the search index for that. Its built overnite, and consumes quiet a bunch of cpu for its maintenance, so its turned off by default.



[#] Wed May 08 2013 12:55:37 EDT from kc5tja @ Uncensored

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Thanks for the response on the search functionality. I'll try to enable that this evening and see how it works for our needs. Now to figure out RSS or Atom aggregation versus syndication options...

[#] Wed May 08 2013 12:56:20 EDT from dothebart @ Uncensored

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Tue May 07 2013 16:07:59 EDT from kc5tja @ Uncensored

Hey!  Long time no log-in -- surprised my user account still exists.

I know that Citadel has RSS/Atom support, but I'm not able to find details on what is precisely supported.  Maybe I'm missing the obvious documentation sources?

I'm wondering if Citadel supports both RSS/Atom aggregation (e.g., a room is configured to be a feed reader, basically), as well as RSS/Atom syndication (activity within a specific room is syndicated through a feed)?  If yes to either, any pointers to documentation would be appreciated.  Thanks!

Simply configure RSS aggregation in the room properties.

Rooms provide RSS feeds without configuration options.

However if you want to have them accessible without authentication, you need to allow anonymous access.



[#] Fri May 10 2013 14:00:14 EDT from kc5tja @ Uncensored

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How do I discover the URL for the RSS feeds? This is why I was hoping for links to docs to help explain this. Trying not to be a pest.

[#] Sat May 11 2013 06:54:28 EDT from John Meyer @ Uncensored

Subject: Webcam integration

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Hi

Cool and very professional program. Is there a webcam feature in the chat rooms.

 

Thank you



[#] Sat May 11 2013 19:39:29 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored

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How do I discover the URL for the RSS feeds? This is why I was hoping for
links to docs to help explain this. Trying not to b

There's an RSS icon in the room banner. That's the URL for the feed.

[#] Mon May 13 2013 17:00:07 EDT from armig16 @ Uncensored

Subject: sorry to ask

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hi guys...

i just finished installing Citadel in a computer running linux debian...

now, I can't find where to start!!!

once I have installed, how to I access the interface? How do I access the web side to administer and start "doing stuff"?

thanks a lot for any comment... 



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