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[#] Mon Feb 09 2015 08:03:36 EST from dothebart @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: [REQUEST] Page view type based on GET

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Sun Feb 08 2015 07:54:36 EST from TaMeR @ Uncensored Subject: [REQUEST] Page view type based on GET

 

It would be nice if the View as  would be part of the get request.

Meaning if I copy the link from my browser while viewing the page as a blog page then it should show a blog page to who ever clicks on the link, not the default or user set page view.

Hm, not as easy as it sounds. I.e. gotonext doesn't know anything about the room type, so there is no way to tell which view that room will prefer.



[#] Mon Feb 09 2015 19:18:05 EST from TaMeR @ Uncensored to Citadel Support <citadel_support@citadel.org>

Subject: Re: [REQUEST] Page view type based on GET

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On 02/09/2015 03:03 PM, dothebart wrote:


Sun Feb 08 2015 07:54:36 EST from TaMeR @ Uncensored Subject:
[REQUEST] Page view type based on GET



It would be nice if the *View as* would be part of the get request.

Meaning if I copy the link from my browser while viewing the page as
a blog page then it should show a blog page to who ever clicks on
the link, not the default or user set page view.

Hm, not as easy as it sounds. I.e. gotonext doesn't know anything about
the room type, so there is no way to tell which view that room will prefer.


gotonext ???
The link for a blog post is different then the link for a bbs.
The info is in the GET request.

Blog Post:
/readfwd?go=uncensored?p=1886806161

My request is that a link like this should show a Blog page.

This is a blog page, but it will show the bbs:
http://uncensored.citadel.org/readfwd?go=Citadel%20Support?p=5426040

A BBS link newer shows a single post, so a link with '/readfwd' ending
in p=xxxxxx should switch to blog post.

I don't see how that could be hard, sorry to disagree.
It could also be done in javascript.

If url is /readfwd {
get 'View as' select box'es #id
#id change to BBS // this should then refresh the page
}

But backend is the way to go on this I think

[#] Mon Feb 09 2015 19:37:31 EST from TaMeR @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: Easy way to setup DKIM with citadel.

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Sun Feb 08 2015 22:38:33 EST from hydrosIII @ Uncensored Subject: Easy way to setup DKIM with citadel.

I have been running citadel for about a month, with no issues, however some email providers need dkim to accept messages, even if i have SPF.

 

I have read all doc provided in citadel.org but it wasn't clear to me. I have a Debian VPS, running citadel.

It seems the the only way of signing messages with dkim is to use another smtp server.

This is confusing: i have tired two similar approachs mentioned in the wiki:

 

1) Try to setup dkim proxy, with postfix in the same machine, failed horribly. Postfix doesnt not see citadel or dkimproxy.

2) try to substitute the citadel-mta wth postfix. Almost success, but i messed up connecting the two programs. Tired to follow the  doc instructions but is was not useful, and they are not clear, the doc follow almost the same approach as the dkim proxy approach. However configuring postfix is a pain.

I actually managed to use citadel to forward messages to postfix, using the Push mail setting, found in advanced settings, after disabling every port citadel used 25.465.etc. So the emails went out. But the emails wont get into my mailboxes. My emails were swallowed byt postfix. I tried to use the lmpd setting as described. It was awful. I don't have the slightest idea of how to run 2 email server in one box.

Im totally lost here, any "easy" way to solve this out

There's a program calles opendkim, cn it be configured with citadel??

Is there guide of how to really use citadel with postfix??

 

Any help?? I haven't found any updated doc....

 

Citadel and postfix are not the same thing.

Citadel-mta and postfix are the same (kinda)

So you would not be running two email servers.

Postfix and citadel-mta are both for the SMTP service.

In order to install postfix, you have to remove citadel-mta.

I have done this dkim stuff years ago too. Don't need it anymore.

I provide email for several companies and it works fine without dkim.

The only time I came across a problem was with AOL, doing some digging I found out that AOL had black listed my IP.

Who knows maybe a spammer had my IP before me.

So, make sure your IP address is not black listed and you should be fine without it.


 

 



[#] Mon Feb 09 2015 20:07:01 EST from keithalert @ Uncensored

Subject: Group E mail

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I just replaced my exchange with Citadel how do I create a group E mail so several persons get the same message.

my SMTP goes to Scrollout F1 1st then gets sent to Citadel does it need an authenticated account.



[#] Mon Feb 09 2015 20:40:07 EST from TaMeR @ Uncensored to Citadel Support <citadel_support@citadel.org>

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On 02/10/2015 03:07 AM, keithalert wrote:
I just replaced my exchange with Citadel how do I create a group E mail
so several persons get the same message.

my SMTP goes to Scrollout F1 1st then gets sent to Citadel does it need
an authenticated account.


There are a few ways to create a group like that.
The best way to create a group like that is probably to create a mailing
list.

Go to:
Advanced -> Create a Room
There are many types of rooms. Select the right one for you.

Then Go To:
Advanced -> Edit or Delete this room

Configure the room. Go through every tab.
The 'Mailing List Service' is where you configure your group

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I don't know what Scrollout F1

[#] Mon Feb 09 2015 20:50:29 EST from TaMeR @ Uncensored to Citadel Support <citadel_support@citadel.org>

Subject: Re: Group E mail

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[#] Tue Feb 10 2015 09:12:54 EST from TaMeR @ Uncensored to Citadel Support <citadel_support@citadel.org>

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On 02/10/2015 04:24 AM, LoanShark wrote:
Not really, yes java has strong type checking around checked exceptions,
which requires you to catch that exception and deal with it or the compiler
will barf--but if you then ignore it with an empty catch block you have only
yourself to blame. There is a certain type of programmer - the type of person
that doesn't understand that coding standards matter (I also call them assholes),
who do this too much. Or maybe there's this mentality that it's OK to just
sweep shit under the rug because the overall flow must go on and you're never
going to debug it anyway and besides, it can't possibly be wrong because you're
god...

I work with some jerks.

Pretty funny, someone must have gotten under your skin.

I do that too, see I don't work in a team, and sometimes you just wanna
though something together.
Like the other day I made this app that changes your desktop background
image in intervals (*nix only). It pulls the images from earthporn.
Once it worked, who cares what the code looks like.
It's open source on bitbucket, if you wanna clean it up, go right ahead. ;)


Some of those standards are even dumber, more complicated then the
programming language, and take more time then coding it self.
If it bothers you so much, switch to a language that makes it simple,
like Go.

The mathematicians got so fed up with your rules, they decided to create
a programming language for them self. These days my favorite, go check
it out it's called Julia.

[#] Tue Feb 10 2015 15:30:30 EST from keithalert @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: Group E mail

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http://www.scrolloutf1.com/

Scrolloutf1 is a mail spam scanner and proxy to check mail  for viruses, spam  tag a score then forward it to your mail server.

I have had to create accounts for my Copier, Phone system etc to send mail to Citadel using a valid account wasn't sure if I missed something in setup.

 

Second Note  unrelated can I double click a message and have it open in a new window or full screen.

 



[#] Tue Feb 10 2015 16:07:08 EST from keithalert @ Uncensored

Subject: Error message when I try to create a room

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Unable to allocate the space required for /etc/citadel/netconfigs/89.2846: No such file or directory



[#] Tue Feb 10 2015 16:27:51 EST from keithalert @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: Group E mail

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this was all good now except I could not locate where to add a e mail address to the room



[#] Tue Feb 10 2015 18:57:22 EST from TaMeR @ Uncensored to Citadel Support <citadel_support@citadel.org>

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On 02/10/2015 11:27 PM, keithalert wrote:

this was all good now except I could not locate where to add a e mail
address to the room




The email address will be room_ thats room and underscore then the room name

room_YOURROOMNAME@example.com

replace example.com with your domain name
replace YOURROOMNAME with the name of the room

[#] Wed Feb 11 2015 09:43:36 EST from Rico @ Uncensored

Subject: Need help with Citadel Microsoft LDAP Install

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I am having a hard time getting Citadel to install using a Microsoft LDAP server.  I've entered all of the parameters but the installation gets to 95% and hangs (seems like it is attempting to stop the Citadel service) but it never continues from there.



[#] Wed Feb 11 2015 22:46:02 EST from keithalert @ Uncensored

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Sorry, I believe I am missing something here.

my original question was I have several Domains, and when 1 of them gets a message like my example HomeVM@xyz.com then the message gets forwarded to several users e mail's.

I am not seeing where to set the e mail name for the room I am seeing where to set the notification to users. what am I missing.

 



[#] Thu Feb 12 2015 07:23:41 EST from dothebart @ Uncensored

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you go into 'edit / delete room' - there the 'mailinglist service' tab, here you can configure the mail address which will be used for that room.

Your recipients then can see the mails in their imap folder.



[#] Thu Feb 12 2015 08:47:27 EST from keithalert @ Uncensored

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I did that and it only shows me the outbound mailed to and digested no where does it show me inbound

The contents of this room are being mailed as individual messages to the following list recipients:


The contents of this room are being mailed in digest form to the following list recipients:


 

Allow non-subscribers to mail to this room.
Room post publication needs Aide permission.
Allow self-service subscribe/unsubscribe requests.


[#] Thu Feb 12 2015 08:53:49 EST from dothebart @ Uncensored

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Ah, sorry, that feature was added with the most recent 8.2x version, you're probably running an older one.

If you don't want to upgrade to the more easy modern version, In the older versions a little more handwork is required.

You need to edit the file 'mail.aliases'

http://citadel.org/doku.php/documentation:file_layout#files.and.where.easy.install.and.lhfs.rpm.deb.installs.put.them

its syntax is

<emailaddress>,room_<yourroomname>

one alias per line.



[#] Thu Feb 12 2015 13:12:46 EST from kirik9 @ Uncensored

Subject: Error when trying to create/edit a mailing list

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Hi there,

excuse the noobie question, but I just installed the latest citadel to try it out, and I can't seem to get the mailing list feature to work.

I get an: Unable to allocate the space required for /etc/citadel/netconfigs/39.19: No such file or directory

when I try and do anything with the citadel mailing list feature for a new room that I've created.

Latest Citadel installed on a Ubuntu 14.04 server, on a VM.

Thanks for your help

 



[#] Thu Feb 12 2015 15:01:32 EST from keithalert @ Uncensored

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is thee a unique process to upgrade to the latest version on Debian and how do I verify what version I am running this is a new install I thought.



[#] Fri Feb 13 2015 07:33:33 EST from TaMeR @ Uncensored to Citadel Support <citadel_support@citadel.org>

Subject: Re: Error when trying to create/edit a mailing list

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On 02/12/2015 08:12 PM, kirik9 wrote:
Hi there,

excuse the noobie question, but I just installed the latest citadel to
try it out, and I can't seem to get the mailing list feature to work.

I get an: Unable to allocate the space required for
/etc/citadel/netconfigs/39.19: No such file or directory

when I try and do anything with the citadel mailing list feature for a
new room that I've created.

Latest Citadel installed on a Ubuntu 14.04 server, on a VM.

Thanks for your help




I remember this question having been asked recently by someone else too.
Wonder if there is a bug some where?

I am not a dev here but this might work:
See if the '/etc/citadel/netconfigs' folder exists.
If not create it and try again.

[#] Fri Feb 13 2015 10:34:57 EST from dothebart @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: Group E mail

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Thu Feb 12 2015 15:01:32 EST from keithalert @ Uncensored Subject: Re: Group E mail


is thee a unique process to upgrade to the latest version on Debian and how do I verify what version I am running this is a new install I thought.



http://citadel.org/doku.php/installation:debian

this may be the best way to go.



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