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[#] Sun May 15 2016 08:49:41 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: Customer security concerns

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The web redirect is something you'd have to do by running a "regular" web server on port 80 to handle the redirect. I think everything else you can probably do with an iptables script on your server.

[#] Sun May 15 2016 08:50:36 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: block incomnig mail from a specific user@domain

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I've got one of my users being harassed by someone and while I know
its possible that someone can just go get another email address
somewhere, I wanted to find a simple way to just drop their inbound
email or otherwise block it from the server side (my user has

If you're runnning SpamAssassin with your Citadel server (easy since Citadel has the hooks built in), you can just do a blacklist_from entry in your local.cf file.

[#] Sun May 22 2016 10:02:16 EDT from Swain224 @ Uncensored

Subject: Log all incoming and outgoing mail

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Hello, I'm new to the whole Catadel thing, I was woundering if thers a way to mointer and view all incoming and outgoing mail sent?

Thanks

Trent



[#] Sun May 22 2016 16:13:39 EDT from Silicon Knight @ Uncensored

Subject: Trying to run ./setup under debian

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I get the following trying to run ./setup after setting up all the deps and citadel via sourcecode.

/*

       Error

Setup could not connect to a running Citadel server.: No such file or directory /usr/local/citadel/citadel-admin.socket

 

*/

 

Any help is appreciated.

 

SK



[#] Sun May 22 2016 16:51:13 EDT from Silicon Knight @ Uncensored

Subject: Also

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There is a error in line 275 of webserver.c.

I just put 'static int' in front of it to compile successfully.

 

 



[#] Mon May 23 2016 18:27:18 EDT from vstuff @ Uncensored

Subject: Adding aliases programatically

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Hi Citadel support,

 

I've been using Citadel as an email server on my raspberry pi and it's been running great, thanks for working on this project!

 

My question is I want to just run a simple script that adds a a certain email alias to a some certain citadel user instead of having to go through webcit all the time.

 

Another question, you guys think it's safe to expose webcit to the open web or I should keep it only to my local network?

 

Thanks a lot,

vstuff



[#] Mon May 23 2016 18:27:54 EDT from vstuff @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: Adding aliases programatically

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oops, sorry for posting at the wrong place.



[#] Mon May 23 2016 18:30:32 EDT from vstuff @ Uncensored

Subject: citadel_support@citadel.org

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Hi Citadel support,

 

I've been using Citadel as an email server on my raspberry pi and it's been running great, thanks for working on this project!

 

My question is I want to just run a simple script that adds a a certain email alias to a some certain citadel user instead of having to go through webcit all the time.

 

Another question, you guys think it's safe to expose webcit to the open web or I should keep it only to my local network?

 

Thanks a lot,

vstuff



[#] Tue May 24 2016 13:07:59 EDT from rafaelthca @ Uncensored

Subject: Citadel with Spamassassin + SQL

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Hi Citadel Support,

first of all, thank you for providing this quality software to the community!

I've been using Citadel with Spamassassin without any problems. I used to setup spam filters by adding rules to the local.cf files but now I want to integrate spamassassin with a database to store per user rules.

I managed to configure spamassassin and it works when I set global rules ($GLOBAL) on the database but it doesn't work when I set rules for a specific user.

After some digging on the internet and analyzing LOG files I noticed that Spamassassin is using default user 'nobody' to query on the database, which means that Citadel is not providing the username.

According to Citadel's documentation, it implements Spamassassin's protocol on its own, rather than using SPAMC.

Is there a way to configure citadel to provide username info to Spamassassin?


Thank you.

 

Rafael.



[#] Sat May 28 2016 14:12:46 EDT from itisme @ Uncensored

Subject: IMAP Protocol incompatibility withth Sogo

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Hi,
Could it be that the citadel imap protocol is not matching the rfc3501?
I am asking because I tried to use citadel as imap backend for sogo and it was not working properly. (I always received following error message: The message you have selected doesn't exist anymore.)

There are also more detailed bugreports on debian and sogo:
http://sogo.nu/bugs/view.php?id=3688
https://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=825675



[#] Tue May 31 2016 11:49:00 EDT from knarf738 @ Uncensored

Subject: Which rpm?

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Greetings. Just a quick question: which rpm do I download for Leap 42.1?



[#] Tue May 31 2016 14:26:54 EDT from Freakdog @ Dog Pound BBS II

Subject: Re: Which rpm?

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Greetings. Just a quick question: which rpm do I download for Leap
42.1?

You can try the packages for openSUSE, but they may not work, as support is currently listed for the 12.x series, while Leap is based on 13.x.

[#] Wed Jun 01 2016 04:00:49 EDT from sampsa @ Uncensored

Subject: Outbound email address?

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I've got a weird problem with my Citadel install - outbound email works perfectly well, but it uses the node name instead of the FQDN?

Any idea how I get it to use the actual FQDN - I've looked through the FAQ/knowledgebase, checked pretty much every option but I can't figure this out?

For any of you guys contributing to this project: This is an awesome piece of software, I'm seriously considering learning Swift and writing an iOS client for it..

Sampsa

 

 



[#] Wed Jun 01 2016 05:40:37 EDT from hyperanalysis @ Uncensored

Subject: Database Recovery Assistance

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Greetings All,

Last night my server was accidentally restarted without shutting citadel down gracefully first. When it came back up citadel won't start, and it looks like my database is corrupt. I'm getting the following when attempting to restart the service:

citserver[3580]: cdb_fetch(9): BDB0075 DB_PAGE_NOTFOUND: Requested page not found

I've taken a backup copy of my data and logs directories, then attempted to run db_recover -cvf in the data directory, which gives me:
 
BDB2526 Finding last valid log LSN: file: 1 offset 28
 
I've also tried running the database_cleanup tool, which give me this:
 
Dumping cdb.00
db_dump: BDB0058 page 256: illegal page type or format
db_dump: BDB0061 PANIC: Invalid argument
db_dump: BDB0060 PANIC: fatal region error detected; run recovery
db_dump: BDB5117 close: BDB0087 DB_RUNRECOVERY: Fatal error, run database recovery
db_dump: BDB1581 File handles still open at environment close
db_dump: BDB1582 Open file handle: /mnt/md1/citadel/data/cdb.00
db_dump: BDB0060 PANIC: fatal region error detected; run recovery
db_dump: dbenv->close: BDB0087 DB_RUNRECOVERY: Fatal error, run database recovery
Exiting.
 
At this stage I'm a bit lost, the recovery tools tell me to run the recovery tools? :-(
 
Any and all help would be greatly appreciated!!!
 
Kind regards,
Iain.


[#] Wed Jun 01 2016 08:23:20 EDT from kermit @ Uncensored

Subject: Jabber configuration?

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I'm running version 8.24 of Citadel (the one that is in the Ubuntu 14.04 LTS repo) but am having problems setting up Jabber.

First of all, there is no option (either in the text mode UI or web UI) for setting a Jabber server port (which I assume is used to talk to other Jabber servers).

Also whilst Adium (v1.5.10.2) happily authenticates to the Jabber server, it is not able to fully connect.

Any ideas?

 



[#] Wed Jun 01 2016 08:46:30 EDT from kermit @ Uncensored

Subject: Newer packages for Ubuntu?

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I realised I'm running a rather old version of Citadel, 8.24 whereas the sources are at 9.0.something..

Has anyone produced a .deb that I could use to upgrade my installation - if not, does someone happen to have a list of all the -dev packages I need to build the current version from source (and/or any other helpful build info for Ubuntu)?
 

Sampsa

 



[#] Wed Jun 01 2016 09:06:28 EDT from the_mgt @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: Jabber configuration?

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Wed Jun 01 2016 08:23:20 EDTfrom kermit @ Uncensored Subject: Jabber configuration?

I'm running version 8.24 of Citadel (the one that is in the Ubuntu 14.04 LTS repo) but am having problems setting up Jabber.

First of all, there is no option (either in the text mode UI or web UI) for setting a Jabber server port (which I assume is used to talk to other Jabber servers).

This is because there is no such thing as a jabber server port in Citadel. One does not simply connect to another jabber server...

In Citadel, xmpp is only used to communicate with users on the citadel system. It is sadly not possible (yet) to communicate across servers.

If you want to do that, you need to set up a separate jabber daemon, turn off the one in citadel and use external user access (ldap, active directory or local system accounts).



[#] Wed Jun 01 2016 10:10:28 EDT from kermit @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: Jabber configuration?

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Wed Jun 01 2016 09:06:28 EDT from the_mgt @ Uncensored Subject: Re: Jabber configuration?

 

Wed Jun 01 2016 08:23:20 EDTfrom kermit @ Uncensored Subject: Jabber configuration?

I'm running version 8.24 of Citadel (the one that is in the Ubuntu 14.04 LTS repo) but am having problems setting up Jabber.

First of all, there is no option (either in the text mode UI or web UI) for setting a Jabber server port (which I assume is used to talk to other Jabber servers).

This is because there is no such thing as a jabber server port in Citadel. One does not simply connect to another jabber server...

In Citadel, xmpp is only used to communicate with users on the citadel system. It is sadly not possible (yet) to communicate across servers.

If you want to do that, you need to set up a separate jabber daemon, turn off the one in citadel and use external user access (ldap, active directory or local system accounts).



Ah ok, thanks, the Web UI was a tad confusing - any idea why my client won't connect to the Jabber server over 5222/tcp though?

Sampsa

 



[#] Wed Jun 01 2016 10:23:39 EDT from kermit @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: Jabber configuration?

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Wed Jun 01 2016 10:10:28 EDT from kermit @ Uncensored Subject: Re: Jabber configuration?

 

Wed Jun 01 2016 09:06:28 EDT from the_mgt @ Uncensored Subject: Re: Jabber configuration?

 

Wed Jun 01 2016 08:23:20 EDTfrom kermit @ Uncensored Subject: Jabber configuration?

I'm running version 8.24 of Citadel (the one that is in the Ubuntu 14.04 LTS repo) but am having problems setting up Jabber.

First of all, there is no option (either in the text mode UI or web UI) for setting a Jabber server port (which I assume is used to talk to other Jabber servers).

This is because there is no such thing as a jabber server port in Citadel. One does not simply connect to another jabber server...

In Citadel, xmpp is only used to communicate with users on the citadel system. It is sadly not possible (yet) to communicate across servers.

If you want to do that, you need to set up a separate jabber daemon, turn off the one in citadel and use external user access (ldap, active directory or local system accounts).



Ah ok, thanks, the Web UI was a tad confusing - any idea why my client won't connect to the Jabber server over 5222/tcp though?

Sampsa

 



 

How odd - it took a while to connect over iMessage but it did connect. 

Probably some weird problem between libPurple (same as Pidgin, Adium is basically just a COCOA OS X skin for it) and Citadel.

Well it works in any case now.

 



[#] Wed Jun 01 2016 10:34:45 EDT from kermit @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: Jabber configuration?

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Wed Jun 01 2016 10:23:39 EDT from kermit @ Uncensored Subject: Re: Jabber configuration?

 

Wed Jun 01 2016 10:10:28 EDT from kermit @ Uncensored Subject: Re: Jabber configuration?

 

Wed Jun 01 2016 09:06:28 EDT from the_mgt @ Uncensored Subject: Re: Jabber configuration?

 

Wed Jun 01 2016 08:23:20 EDTfrom kermit @ Uncensored Subject: Jabber configuration?

I'm running version 8.24 of Citadel (the one that is in the Ubuntu 14.04 LTS repo) but am having problems setting up Jabber.

First of all, there is no option (either in the text mode UI or web UI) for setting a Jabber server port (which I assume is used to talk to other Jabber servers).

This is because there is no such thing as a jabber server port in Citadel. One does not simply connect to another jabber server...

In Citadel, xmpp is only used to communicate with users on the citadel system. It is sadly not possible (yet) to communicate across servers.

If you want to do that, you need to set up a separate jabber daemon, turn off the one in citadel and use external user access (ldap, active directory or local system accounts).



Ah ok, thanks, the Web UI was a tad confusing - any idea why my client won't connect to the Jabber server over 5222/tcp though?

Sampsa

 



 

How odd - it took a while to connect over iMessage but it did connect. 

Probably some weird problem between libPurple (same as Pidgin, Adium is basically just a COCOA OS X skin for it) and Citadel.

Well it works in any case now.

 



Actually I spoke too early - the client connects but shows the other user as Offline even though it's possible to send messages between them..

Anyone know if the Jabber code has changed significantly between version 8 and 9? 



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