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[#] Wed Aug 28 2013 08:42:03 EDT from Freakdog @ Dog Pound BBS II

Subject: Re: Webcit not starting from /etc/init.d/webcit anymore

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Tue Aug 27 2013 01:53:30 PM EDT from cdysthe @ Uncensored Subject: Webcit not starting from /etc/init.d/webcit anymore

Hi,

The problem I am having is thatb Webcit doesn't start using the startup script /etc/init.d/webcit, so when I do 'sudo service webcit start' it appears to start but doesn't and I get this in the syslog:


Aug 27 12:49:13 concerto webcit[26601]: Text domain Charset: UTF8
Aug 27 12:49:13 concerto webcit[26601]: Message catalog directory: /usr/share//locale
Aug 27 12:49:13 concerto webcit[26598]: No Site-local Stylesheet [/usr/share/citadel-webcit/static.local//webcit.css] installed.
Aug 27 12:49:13 concerto webcit[26601]: No Site-local Stylesheet [/usr/share/citadel-webcit/static.local//webcit.css] installed.
Aug 27 12:49:13 concerto webcit[26598]: Attempting to bind to port 8080...
Aug 27 12:49:13 concerto webcit[26598]: Can't bind: Address already in use
Aug 27 12:49:13 concerto webcit[26601]: Attempting to bind to port 4343...

If i simply start webcit from the command line with 'webcit' it works and I get this in the syslog:

 
Aug 27 12:50:40 concerto webcit[27645]: Message catalog directory: /usr/share//locale
Aug 27 12:50:40 concerto webcit[27645]: No Site-local Stylesheet [/usr/share/citadel-webcit/static.local//webcit.css] installed.
Aug 27 12:50:40 concerto webcit[27645]: Attempting to bind to port 2000...
Aug 27 12:50:40 concerto webcit[27645]: Listening on socket 6

I have no idea what happened since I know I have run webcit using the service command without problems.

So, what other process do you have running that is already using ports 8080 and 4343?



[#] Wed Aug 28 2013 15:00:35 EDT from cup @ Uncensored

Subject: How do you access webcit from an external browser

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[#] Wed Aug 28 2013 17:15:11 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: How do you access webcit from an external browser

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WebCit runs on port 2000 by default. Try http://example.com:2000

[#] Wed Aug 28 2013 18:13:13 EDT from Lido @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: Owncloud with Citadel

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Thu Aug 22 2013 00:30:33 EDT from pengrus @ Uncensored Subject: Owncloud with Citadel

I apologize if this has been answered before somwhere, I truly truly googled the hell out of this, and have tried every solution I found to no avail.

I am trying to run citadel alongside nginx (specifcally owncloud).

The root of my problem is not being able to proxy the nginx or the citadel properly, so that the subdomain mail.mydomain.com directs to citadel.  I have tried multiple times in different ways to use the "how do I run citadel alongside apache/nginx/lighttpd" config file given on the documentation page, but I am not having any luck.

I have also tried several different configurations I could find in tutorials or whathaveyou on the interwebs, but again, no luck.

I have the nginx listening on 80 and forcing ssl.  Citadel is listening on 2000 and 4343 for plain and SSL.  If I go to mydomain.com:4343, it works, but again, I'd prefer to have the subdomain functioning properly instead.

I hope I've provided enough information to help diagnose this issue, please let me know if not!

Thanks to all in advance!



I believe I'm doing this currently (nginx serving a few domains and webcit handling one). I'm using Tomato on my router and have quite a few port forwards to make things work, but I'm pretty sure I got it working by installing an additional ethernet card. Webcit uses eth0 and nginx uses eth1 IIRC.

 

In etc/network/interfaces:

auto eth1
iface eth1 inet dhcp

auto eth0
iface eth0 inet dhcp


Try this in sites-available:

server {
    server_name yourdomain.com;
    listen 192.168.0.5

    etc etc.

}

 

Then I can't remember where I set citadel to only listen on 192.168.0.4, but I must have been able to set that somewhere (or eth0 if that's how that's done).



[#] Thu Aug 29 2013 13:02:32 EDT from dothebart @ Uncensored

Subject: sorry for causing inconvenience

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I have to say sorry to all of those who got a bunch of mails from my rss feeds - I've mixed up stuff on my test system.



[#] Thu Aug 29 2013 13:09:44 EDT from dothebart @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: Has "citmail" changed?

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yes, citmail changed - but afair thats been a while; its been switched from using citadel protocol to simply talking smtp via the lmtp unix domain socket.

in general you could use msmtp for that purpose - its more sophisticated with special options then the very simple citmail.

does

sendcommand qdir freakdog give you usefull replies?

I guess adding a domain name could resolve the problem.

Tue Aug 27 2013 08:55:50 EDT from Freakdog @ Dog Pound BBS II Subject: Has "citmail" changed?

While running 8.16 on my CentOS 6 system, I created a symlink "/usr/sbin/sendmail" which pointed at "/usr/local/citadel/citmail".

I'm not running any other MTA on this system, and this setup allowed system messages, like output from cronjobs, to appear in my Aide> room.

Since the upgrade to 8.20, the nightly system report no longer appears in my Aide room...investigation shows that invoking citmail results in the following error:

citmail: error #6 occurred while sending mail.
Please check your Citadel configuration.

I've tried running with the -d, and get the following output:

[mburger@bbs ~]$ /usr/local/citadel/citmail -d -t freakdog
> 220 bbs.bubbanfriends.org ESMTP Citadel server ready.
data
testing
< LHLO bbs.bubbanfriends.org
> 250-Greetings and joyous salutations.
> 250-HELP
> 250-SIZE 51200000
> 250-AUTH LOGIN PLAIN
> 250-AUTH=LOGIN PLAIN
> 250 8BITMIME
< MAIL From: mburger@bbs.bubbanfriends.org
> 250 Sender ok
< RCPT To: freakdog
> 550 No recipients specified.
< DATA
> 503 Need RCPT command first.
citmail: DATA command failed
citmail: error #6 occurred while sending mail.
Please check your Citadel configuration.
< QUIT
> 221 Goodbye...

Since I'm using the -t and it shows the recipient, which just happens to be my login name, and as this worked prior to the upgrade from 8.16 to 8.20, I'm at a loss.



 



[#] Thu Aug 29 2013 13:16:30 EDT from dothebart @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: Citadel mailserver can't send email

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did you set up an mx record for your mailserver?

please have a look at:

http://citadel.org/doku.php/faq:spam:i_want_to_be_a_whitehead

and the referenced articles.



[#] Thu Aug 29 2013 15:24:50 EDT from cdysthe @ Uncensored

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

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Hi,

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?



[#] Thu Aug 29 2013 21:40:13 EDT from Freakdog @ Dog Pound BBS II

Subject: Re: Has "citmail" changed?

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Thu Aug 29 2013 01:09:44 PM EDT from dothebart @ Uncensored Subject: Re: Has "citmail" changed?

yes, citmail changed - but afair thats been a while; its been switched from using citadel protocol to simply talking smtp via the lmtp unix domain socket.

in general you could use msmtp for that purpose - its more sophisticated with special options then the very simple citmail.

does

sendcommand qdir freakdog give you usefull replies?

I guess adding a domain name could resolve the problem.

Tue Aug 27 2013 08:55:50 EDT from Freakdog @ Dog Pound BBS II Subject: Has "citmail" changed?

While running 8.16 on my CentOS 6 system, I created a symlink "/usr/sbin/sendmail" which pointed at "/usr/local/citadel/citmail".

I'm not running any other MTA on this system, and this setup allowed system messages, like output from cronjobs, to appear in my Aide> room.

Since the upgrade to 8.20, the nightly system report no longer appears in my Aide room...investigation shows that invoking citmail results in the following error:

citmail: error #6 occurred while sending mail.
Please check your Citadel configuration.

I've tried running with the -d, and get the following output:

[mburger@bbs ~]$ /usr/local/citadel/citmail -d -t freakdog
> 220 bbs.bubbanfriends.org ESMTP Citadel server ready.
data
testing
< LHLO bbs.bubbanfriends.org
> 250-Greetings and joyous salutations.
> 250-HELP
> 250-SIZE 51200000
> 250-AUTH LOGIN PLAIN
> 250-AUTH=LOGIN PLAIN
> 250 8BITMIME
< MAIL From: mburger@bbs.bubbanfriends.org
> 250 Sender ok
< RCPT To: freakdog
> 550 No recipients specified.
< DATA
> 503 Need RCPT command first.
citmail: DATA command failed
citmail: error #6 occurred while sending mail.
Please check your Citadel configuration.
< QUIT
> 221 Goodbye...

Since I'm using the -t and it shows the recipient, which just happens to be my login name, and as this worked prior to the upgrade from 8.16 to 8.20, I'm at a loss.

Looks like the issue may be inside of Citadel, not citmail. I tried the sendcommand qdir with just the username, username@nodename, username@ 2 different FQDNs, and it rejected all of them:

[mburger@bbs ~]$ sudo /usr/local/citadel/sendcommand qdir freakdog
sendcommand: started (pid=20245) connecting to Citadel server at /usr/local/citadel/citadel-admin.socket
200 dogpound2 Citadel server ADMIN CONNECTION ready.
qdir freakdog
570 freakdog was not found.
sendcommand: processing ended.
[mburger@bbs ~]$ sudo /usr/local/citadel/sendcommand qdir freakdog@dogpound2
sendcommand: started (pid=20247) connecting to Citadel server at /usr/local/citadel/citadel-admin.socket
200 dogpound2 Citadel server ADMIN CONNECTION ready.
qdir freakdog@dogpound2
570 freakdog@dogpound2 was not found.
sendcommand: processing ended.
[mburger@bbs ~]$ sudo /usr/local/citadel/sendcommand qdir freakdog@dogpound2.citadel.org
sendcommand: started (pid=20250) connecting to Citadel server at /usr/local/citadel/citadel-admin.socket
200 dogpound2 Citadel server ADMIN CONNECTION ready.
qdir freakdog@dogpound2.citadel.org
570 freakdog@dogpound2.citadel.org was not found.
sendcommand: processing ended.
[mburger@bbs ~]$ sudo /usr/local/citadel/sendcommand qdir freakdog@bbs.bubbanfriends.org
sendcommand: started (pid=20252) connecting to Citadel server at /usr/local/citadel/citadel-admin.socket
200 dogpound2 Citadel server ADMIN CONNECTION ready.
qdir freakdog@bbs.bubbanfriends.org
570 freakdog@bbs.bubbanfriends.org was not found.
sendcommand: processing ended.

Mailing from another system sends the email to freakdog@bbs.bubbanfriends.org but rejects freakdog@dogpound2.citadel.org with relaying denied (I can fix that).

But the rejections from Citmail are not good.



[#] Thu Aug 29 2013 22:03:40 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored

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

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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?

[#] Thu Aug 29 2013 22:55:20 EDT from cbraxton @ Uncensored

Subject: Anyone use 'larch' to copy imap folders to gmail?

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I'm trying to use the Ruby on Rails script "larch" to copy folders from Citadel to Gmail. Information on larch can be found here:

  https://github.com/rgrove/larch/tree/release-1.1.2

However what happens is that larch loops/retries trying to (unsuccessfully) pull headers from Citadel. Here is debug output from larch:

[22:26:53] [debug] [<] updating mailboxes
[22:26:53] [debug] [<] connecting...
[22:26:54] [info] [<] connected to 127.0.0.1 on port 143
[22:26:54] [debug] [<] authenticating using LOGIN
[22:26:55] [debug] [<] authenticated using LOGIN
[22:26:55] [debug] [>] connecting...
[22:26:55] [info] [>] connected to imap.gmail.com on port 993 using SSL
[22:26:55] [debug] [>] looks like Gmail
[22:26:55] [debug] [>] authenticating using PLAIN
[22:26:56] [debug] [>] authenticated using PLAIN
[22:26:56] [debug] [>] updating mailboxes
[22:26:56] [info] 127.0.0.1/INBOX/misc/personal -> imap.gmail.com/INBOX/misc/personal
[22:26:56] [debug] [<] INBOX/misc/personal: getting mailbox status
[22:26:57] [debug] [<] INBOX/misc/personal: examining mailbox
[22:26:57] [info] [<] INBOX/misc/personal: fetching message headers 1 through 15...

[22:34:06] [debug] [<] INBOX/misc/personal: getting mailbox status
[22:34:07] [info] [<] INBOX/misc/personal: fetching message headers 1 through 15...
[22:40:58] [debug] [>] INBOX/misc/personal: getting mailbox status
[22:40:58] [debug] [<] INBOX/misc/personal: getting mailbox status
[22:40:59] [info] [<] INBOX/misc/personal: fetching message headers 1 through 15...

The larch script loops here indefinitely, retrying every several minutes.  None of the messages make it to gmail, though the target folder is created. Has anyone here had success using this or know of a similar tool that works with Citadel? I have to copy a pretty large and complex folder heirarchy from Citadel to gmail for one of our users, doing it manually via an imap client such as Thunderbird is going to be slow and cumbersome.



[#] Thu Aug 29 2013 23:30:51 EDT from Brett @ Uncensored

Subject: Thunderbird config with Citadel

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I have a freshly installed citadel server running on Debian 7.0. Mail works from webcit, but when I attempt to create a mail account with Thunderbird, I'm getting "Configuration could not be verified -- Is the username or password wrong?." Ports are all set to default and i'm using STARTTLS. I've tried variations of my username with and without the domain name, with and without the node name after user@, but no luck. Is this something that has to be enabled per account? How would I go about troubleshooting this issue?


Thanks!



[#] Fri Aug 30 2013 04:27:30 EDT from dothebart @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: Has "citmail" changed?

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Thu Aug 29 2013 21:40:13 EDT from Freakdog @ Dog Pound BBS II Subject: Re: Has "citmail" changed?

 

Looks like the issue may be inside of Citadel, not citmail. I tried the sendcommand qdir with just the username, username@nodename, username@ 2 different FQDNs, and it rejected all of them:

[mburger@bbs ~]$ sudo /usr/local/citadel/sendcommand qdir freakdog
sendcommand: started (pid=20245) connecting to Citadel server at /usr/local/citadel/citadel-admin.socket
200 dogpound2 Citadel server ADMIN CONNECTION ready.
qdir freakdog
570 freakdog was not found.
sendcommand: processing ended.
[mburger@bbs ~]$ sudo /usr/local/citadel/sendcommand qdir freakdog@dogpound2
sendcommand: started (pid=20247) connecting to Citadel server at /usr/local/citadel/citadel-admin.socket
200 dogpound2 Citadel server ADMIN CONNECTION ready.
qdir freakdog@dogpound2
570 freakdog@dogpound2 was not found.
sendcommand: processing ended.
[mburger@bbs ~]$ sudo /usr/local/citadel/sendcommand qdir freakdog@dogpound2.citadel.org
sendcommand: started (pid=20250) connecting to Citadel server at /usr/local/citadel/citadel-admin.socket
200 dogpound2 Citadel server ADMIN CONNECTION ready.
qdir freakdog@dogpound2.citadel.org
570 freakdog@dogpound2.citadel.org was not found.
sendcommand: processing ended.
[mburger@bbs ~]$ sudo /usr/local/citadel/sendcommand qdir freakdog@bbs.bubbanfriends.org
sendcommand: started (pid=20252) connecting to Citadel server at /usr/local/citadel/citadel-admin.socket
200 dogpound2 Citadel server ADMIN CONNECTION ready.
qdir freakdog@bbs.bubbanfriends.org
570 freakdog@bbs.bubbanfriends.org was not found.
sendcommand: processing ended.

Mailing from another system sends the email to freakdog@bbs.bubbanfriends.org but rejects freakdog@dogpound2.citadel.org with relaying denied (I can fix that).

But the rejections from Citmail are not good.



maybe

sendcommand IGAB

can help you?

or editing & saving your personal vcard.



[#] Fri Aug 30 2013 04:31:13 EDT from dothebart @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: Anyone use 'larch' to copy imap folders to gmail?

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Thu Aug 29 2013 22:55:20 EDT from cbraxton @ Uncensored Subject: Anyone use 'larch' to copy imap folders to gmail?

I'm trying to use the Ruby on Rails script "larch" to copy folders from Citadel to Gmail. Information on larch can be found here:

  https://github.com/rgrove/larch/tree/release-1.1.2

However what happens is that larch loops/retries trying to (unsuccessfully) pull headers from Citadel. Here is debug output from larch:

[22:26:53] [debug] [<] updating mailboxes
[22:26:53] [debug] [<] connecting...
[22:26:54] [info] [<] connected to 127.0.0.1 on port 143
[22:26:54] [debug] [<] authenticating using LOGIN
[22:26:55] [debug] [<] authenticated using LOGIN
[22:26:55] [debug] [>] connecting...
[22:26:55] [info] [>] connected to imap.gmail.com on port 993 using SSL
[22:26:55] [debug] [>] looks like Gmail
[22:26:55] [debug] [>] authenticating using PLAIN
[22:26:56] [debug] [>] authenticated using PLAIN
[22:26:56] [debug] [>] updating mailboxes
[22:26:56] [info] 127.0.0.1/INBOX/misc/personal -> imap.gmail.com/INBOX/misc/personal
[22:26:56] [debug] [<] INBOX/misc/personal: getting mailbox status
[22:26:57] [debug] [<] INBOX/misc/personal: examining mailbox
[22:26:57] [info] [<] INBOX/misc/personal: fetching message headers 1 through 15...

[22:34:06] [debug] [<] INBOX/misc/personal: getting mailbox status
[22:34:07] [info] [<] INBOX/misc/personal: fetching message headers 1 through 15...
[22:40:58] [debug] [>] INBOX/misc/personal: getting mailbox status
[22:40:58] [debug] [<] INBOX/misc/personal: getting mailbox status
[22:40:59] [info] [<] INBOX/misc/personal: fetching message headers 1 through 15...

The larch script loops here indefinitely, retrying every several minutes.  None of the messages make it to gmail, though the target folder is created. Has anyone here had success using this or know of a similar tool that works with Citadel? I have to copy a pretty large and complex folder heirarchy from Citadel to gmail for one of our users, doing it manually via an imap client such as Thunderbird is going to be slow and cumbersome.

well, since this is not the larch support forum...

we need to know what it actualy does to citadel; it probably speaks imap? turn on imap debugging and find out on which part of the conversation it trips.

maybe even sniffing the connection could be a good thing to do:

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

 



[#] Fri Aug 30 2013 04:33:22 EDT from dothebart @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: Thunderbird config with Citadel

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Thu Aug 29 2013 23:30:51 EDT from Brett @ Uncensored Subject: Thunderbird config with Citadel

I have a freshly installed citadel server running on Debian 7.0. Mail works from webcit, but when I attempt to create a mail account with Thunderbird, I'm getting "Configuration could not be verified -- Is the username or password wrong?." Ports are all set to default and i'm using STARTTLS. I've tried variations of my username with and without the domain name, with and without the node name after user@, but no luck. Is this something that has to be enabled per account? How would I go about troubleshooting this issue?


Thanks!

usually it should work flawlessly.

could you make shure you're talking to citadel, and have a look at the syslog what its telling its currently doing?



[#] Fri Aug 30 2013 04:35:20 EDT from dothebart @ Uncensored

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

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try deleting it again, and run

sendcommand TDAP

to execute the defferred processing immediately; wait for it to finish and retry.



[#] Fri Aug 30 2013 08:25:27 EDT from Freakdog @ Dog Pound BBS II

Subject: Re: Has "citmail" changed?

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Fri Aug 30 2013 04:27:30 AM EDT from dothebart @ Uncensored Subject: Re: Has "citmail" changed?

 

Thu Aug 29 2013 21:40:13 EDT from Freakdog @ Dog Pound BBS II Subject: Re: Has "citmail" changed?

Mailing from another system sends the email to freakdog@bbs.bubbanfriends.org but rejects freakdog@dogpound2.citadel.org with relaying denied (I can fix that).

But the rejections from Citmail are not good.

maybe

sendcommand IGAB

can help you?

or editing & saving your personal vcard.

To be honest, if the Citadel system is accepting mail via smtp for the addresses in question, I don't see what editing/saving my vcard would do.

I ran sendcommand IGAB.

I then tried, again, to send mail via the mail command (which invokes citmail via the sendmail symlink), to myself on my Citadel, as well as to my accounts on other systems (via node name and via FQDN)...all attempts for citmail to inject the messages into Citadel failed:

[mburger@bbs ~]$ mail freakdog
Subject: Test
Testing.
.
EOT
[mburger@bbs ~]$ citmail: error #6 occurred while sending mail.
Please check your Citadel configuration.

[mburger@bbs ~]$ mail freakdog@uncnsrd
Subject: Test
TEsting.
.
EOT
[mburger@bbs ~]$ citmail: error #6 occurred while sending mail.
Please check your Citadel configuration.

[mburger@bbs ~]$ mail freakdog@uncnsrd.citadel.org
Subject: Test
Testing
.
EOT
[mburger@bbs ~]$ citmail: error #6 occurred while sending mail.
Please check your Citadel configuration.

[mburger@bbs ~]$ mail freakdog@cascade.citadel.org
Subject: shadow
Testing
.
EOT
[mburger@bbs ~]$ citmail: error #6 occurred while sending mail.
Please check your Citadel configuration.

Here's a sample from my citadel.log for one of the attempted mail sessions:

[mburger@bbs ~]$ mail freakdog@cascade.citadel.org
Subject: test
One more time.
.
EOT


tail -f /var/log/citadel.log

Aug 30 08:20:36 bbs citserver[857]: New client socket 46
Aug 30 08:20:36 bbs citserver[857]: Session (LMTP) started via local socket UID:500.
Aug 30 08:20:36 bbs citserver[857]: SMTP server: LHLO bbs.bubbanfriends.org
Aug 30 08:20:36 bbs citserver[857]: SMTP server: MAIL From: mburger@bbs.bubbanfriends.org
Aug 30 08:20:36 bbs citserver[857]: SMTP server: RCPT To: freakdog@cascade.citadel.org
Aug 30 08:20:36 bbs citserver[857]: SMTP server: DATA
citmail: error #6 occurred while sending mail.
Please check your Citadel configuration.
Aug 30 08:20:36 bbs citserver[857]: SMTP server: QUIT
Aug 30 08:20:36 bbs citserver[857]: Performing SMTP cleanup hook
Aug 30 08:20:36 bbs citserver[857]: Closing socket 46
Aug 30 08:20:36 bbs citserver[857]: Context: [24697]SRV[LMTP] Session ended.

I really do believe that there's something amiss in the citserver, itself, though I've no idea what it could be.



[#] Fri Aug 30 2013 08:55:50 EDT from Brett @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: Thunderbird config with Citadel

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Fri Aug 30 2013 04:33:22 EDT from dothebart @ Uncensored Subject: Re: Thunderbird config with Citadel

 

Thu Aug 29 2013 23:30:51 EDT from Brett @ Uncensored Subject: Thunderbird config with Citadel

I have a freshly installed citadel server running on Debian 7.0. Mail works from webcit, but when I attempt to create a mail account with Thunderbird, I'm getting "Configuration could not be verified -- Is the username or password wrong?." Ports are all set to default and i'm using STARTTLS. I've tried variations of my username with and without the domain name, with and without the node name after user@, but no luck. Is this something that has to be enabled per account? How would I go about troubleshooting this issue?


Thanks!

usually it should work flawlessly.

could you make shure you're talking to citadel, and have a look at the syslog what its telling its currently doing?



Thanks for the suggestion. I tried logging in again. This is what I'm getting in /var/log/syslog:

Aug 30 08:46:24 server citserver[2077]: New client socket 41
Aug 30 08:46:24 server citserver[2077]: Session (IMAP) started from ***.***.***.*** (***.***.***.***).
Aug 30 08:46:24 server citserver[2077]: Context: [ 23]SRV[IMAP] Session ended.
Aug 30 08:46:24 server citserver[2077]: New client socket 41
Aug 30 08:46:24 server citserver[2077]: Session (IMAP) started from ***.***.***.*** (***.***.***.***).
Aug 30 08:46:25 server citserver[2077]: SSL_accept failed: retval=0, errval=1, err=error:00000001:lib(0):func(0):reason(1)
Aug 30 08:46:25 server citserver[2077]: IMAPCC[24] client disconnected: ending session.
Aug 30 08:46:25 server citserver[2077]: Context: [ 24]SRV[IMAP] Session ended.
Aug 30 08:46:27 server citserver[2077]: Network full processing in 1831 seconds.
Aug 30 08:46:27 server citserver[2077]: SMTPCQ: processing outbound queue
Aug 30 08:46:27 server citserver[2077]: SMTPCQ: queue run completed; 0 messages processed 0 activated
Aug 30 08:46:27 server citserver[2077]: network: no neighbor nodes are configured - not polling.
Aug 30 08:46:27 server citserver[2077]: No external notifiers configured on system/user
Aug 30 08:46:27 server citserver[2077]: -- db checkpoint --

 

Any idea what this means?

 

Thanks again.

 



[#] Fri Aug 30 2013 10:57:12 EDT from taylorconor @ Uncensored

Subject: Citadel login popup window

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I'm running Citadel on my raspberry pi, I just set it up using the Easy Install. I've noticed that when using the Safari browser (either on my Mac (OSX 10.8) or my iPad), that clicking the login button in the icon bar does nothing, no login window pops up.

This seems to be a problem with my setup, as clicking the login button on this particular site works fine on Safari and on my iPad. I've noticed as well that the Easy Install installed WebCit 8.14, while this site is running 8.20, could that be the problem?

Thanks



[#] Fri Aug 30 2013 12:48:36 EDT from ax25 @ Uncensored

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I am having an issue with a user on my system.  In Webcit, when they reply to a message in "Mail", they are re-directed to the Lobby.  Not sure if anyone has come across that, but I am thinking it is not a good sign :-)



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