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[#] Mon Oct 24 2016 09:09:07 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: cdb_store(4): Cannot allocate memory

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In my case there were about 400 mails fetched bei fetchmail and
delivered local to citadel. After restarting of citadel serveral
times, mails were processed bit by bit and now it is become quiet
without the message: cdb_store(4): Cannot allocate memory.

If it only does that under heavy load, you might need to tune your database.

[ http://www.citadel.org/doku.php/faq:troubleshooting:out_of_lock_entries ]

Try following the procedure shown there, use larger lock table sizes until it works for your workload.

[#] Sat Oct 29 2016 03:22:56 EDT from jvo1972 @ Uncensored

Subject: Citadel on a raspberry Pi2

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[#] Sat Oct 29 2016 03:25:10 EDT from jvo1972 @ Uncensored

Subject: Citadel on a raspberry Pi2

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Good morning you all,

Got a very simple question, I know that citadel is a bundle of Opensource ware, So i was thinking would it be possible to get it running on a raspberry pi, just for family affairs and stuph

 



[#] Sat Oct 29 2016 04:28:54 EDT from pro @ Uncensored

Subject: Aliases

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Hello everyone,

 

For some time now I have had trouble changing/adding aliases and email addresses. I can get to the edit page just fine, but I cannot save my changes as there is no save button.

Any ideas?

 

Thanks,

pro



[#] Sun Oct 30 2016 20:06:48 EDT from Freakdog @ Dog Pound BBS II

Subject: Re: Citadel on a raspberry Pi2

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Sat Oct 29 2016 03:25:10 AM EDT from jvo1972 @ Uncensored Subject: Citadel on a raspberry Pi2

Good morning you all,

Got a very simple question, I know that citadel is a bundle of Opensource ware, So i was thinking would it be possible to get it running on a raspberry pi, just for family affairs and stuph

I believe that it's already been done by others, so yes.

You should be able to install Raspian(sp), then run through Citadel's EasyInstall process and voila!!!



[#] Mon Oct 31 2016 09:35:10 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: Citadel on a raspberry Pi2

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Got a very simple question, I know that citadel is a bundle of
Opensource ware, So i was thinking would it be possible to get it
running on a raspberry pi, just for family affairs and stuph

To clarify -- Citadel is *not* a bundle of other open source software. Pretty much every other open source email/groupware/collaboration product is built that way, but Citadel is unique in that it is a single, purpose-built implementation, consisting entirely of our own code.

Whether it runs on a Raspberry Pi is a different question. In short, YES it does work, and from what I've heard it runs quite well. Maybe it's because of the fact that it is a single server binary instead of a bunch of other programs lashed together. You can use the Easy Install method, or if you're ok with an older version of Citadel, you can install from the Raspbian repositories.

[#] Tue Nov 01 2016 15:29:47 EDT from bartyboy123 @ Uncensored

Subject: citadel org has an error

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Hi - when i go to the  Citadel.org site, I get this displayed at the top of the page

 

Warning: session_write_close(): write failed: No space left on device (28) in /var/www/www.citadel.org/doku.php on line 81 Warning: session_write_close(): Failed to write session data (files). Please verify that the current setting of session.save_path is correct (/var/lib/php5) in /var/www/www.citadel.org/doku.php on line 81

 

Think you need more space guys

 

:-)



[#] Wed Nov 02 2016 08:17:40 EDT from CX9 @ Uncensored

Subject: DNS IPv4/IPv6

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Hey Citadel-Team,

ive got a question about the cit-mta. While sending an email to a mailserver without an AAAA-Record i receive:

1) Connection failure: Connection broken during SMTP conversation while talking to "mailadress"
2) AAAA-lookup "mailadress" - DNS server returned answer with no data;
3) AAAA-lookup "mailadress" - DNS server returned answer with no data;
 
Is there a solution to prioritize A-Records over AAAA-Records ?
 
 


[#] Fri Nov 04 2016 12:52:16 EDT from warbaby @ Uncensored

Subject: chkpwd segfaults after SMTP session starts...Is it Anthony Weiner?

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Maybe just me seeing things, but every time I get a rogue login attempt from this IP in France chkpwd pukes. 

Anybody want to help me troubleshoot this?  I have now disallowed root login in sshd, chkpwd is still dying every few hours. I edited the grep output btw, do not actually have hillary and weiner on my  box. 

 Nov  3 18:09:22 mail kernel: [90569.811872] chkpwd[600]: segfault at 0 ip 00007f32d28dbd8a sp 00007ffd381d29c8 error 4 in libc-2.19.so[7f32d284a000+1a1000]

 


grep -r 'Nov 3 18:09' *

auth.log:Nov 3 18:09:01 mail sshd[11804]: Failed password for root from 116.31.116.9 port 48752 ssh2 auth.log:Nov 3 18:09:01 mail CRON[11808]: pam_unix(cron:session): session opened for user root by (uid=0) auth.log:Nov 3 18:09:01 mail sshd[11804]: Received disconnect from 116.31.116.9: 11: [preauth] auth.log:Nov 3 18:09:01 mail sshd[11804]: PAM 2 more authentication failures; logname= uid=0 euid=0 tty=ssh ruser= rhost=116.31.116.9 user=root auth.log:Nov 3 18:09:01 mail CRON[11808]: pam_unix(cron:session): session closed for user root auth.log:Nov 3 18:09:19 mail sshd[11843]: refused connect from 221.229.172.35 (221.229.172.35) auth.log:Nov 3 18:09:20 mail sshd[11841]: Received disconnect from 221.194.47.229: 11: [preauth] auth.log:Nov 3 18:09:37 mail sshd[11844]: pam_unix(sshd:auth): authentication failure; logname= uid=0 euid=0 tty=ssh ruser= rhost=116.31.116.9 user=root auth.log:Nov 3 18:09:39 mail sshd[11844]: Failed password for root from 116.31.116.9 port 43845 ssh2 auth.log:Nov 3 18:09:40 mail sshd[11846]: pam_unix(sshd:auth): authentication failure; logname= uid=0 euid=0 tty=ssh ruser= rhost=116.31.116.9 user=root auth.log:Nov 3 18:09:41 mail sshd[11844]: Failed password for root from 116.31.116.9 port 43845 ssh2 auth.log:Nov 3 18:09:41 mail sshd[11848]: pam_unix(sshd:auth): authentication failure; logname= uid=0 euid=0 tty=ssh ruser= rhost=116.31.116.9 user=root auth.log:Nov 3 18:09:42 mail sshd[11846]: Failed password for root from 116.31.116.9 port 63231 ssh2 auth.log:Nov 3 18:09:43 mail sshd[11848]: Failed password for root from 116.31.116.9 port 26924 ssh2 auth.log:Nov 3 18:09:44 mail sshd[11844]: Failed password for root from 116.31.116.9 port 43845 ssh2 auth.log:Nov 3 18:09:44 mail sshd[11844]: Received disconnect from 116.31.116.9: 11: [preauth] auth.log:Nov 3 18:09:44 mail sshd[11844]: PAM 2 more authentication failures; logname= uid=0 euid=0 tty=ssh ruser= rhost=116.31.116.9 user=root auth.log:Nov 3 18:09:44 mail sshd[11846]: Failed password for root from 116.31.116.9 port 63231 ssh2 auth.log:Nov 3 18:09:45 mail sshd[11848]: Failed password for root from 116.31.116.9 port 26924 ssh2 auth.log:Nov 3 18:09:46 mail sshd[11846]: Failed password for root from 116.31.116.9 port 63231 ssh2 auth.log:Nov 3 18:09:46 mail sshd[11846]: Received disconnect from 116.31.116.9: 11: [preauth] auth.log:Nov 3 18:09:46 mail sshd[11846]: PAM 2 more authentication failures; logname= uid=0 euid=0 tty=ssh ruser= rhost=116.31.116.9 user=root auth.log:Nov 3 18:09:48 mail sshd[11848]: Failed password for root from 116.31.116.9 port 26924 ssh2 auth.log:Nov 3 18:09:48 mail sshd[11848]: Received disconnect from 116.31.116.9: 11: [preauth] auth.log:Nov 3 18:09:48 mail sshd[11848]: PAM 2 more authentication failures; logname= uid=0 euid=0 tty=ssh ruser= rhost=116.31.116.9 user=root daemon.log:Nov 3 18:09:05 mail citserver[517]: New client socket 39 daemon.log:Nov 3 18:09:06 mail citserver[517]: Session (SMTPs-MTA) started from [redacted] daemon.log:Nov 3 18:09:06 mail citserver[517]: SSL/TLS using DHE-RSA-AES256-SHA on TLSv1/SSLv3 (256 of 256 bits) daemon.log:Nov 3 18:09:06 mail citserver[517]: W Context: <weiner> logged in daemon.log:Nov 3 18:09:06 mail citserver[517]: W CC[2397]: SMTP authenticated weiner daemon.log:Nov 3 18:09:07 mail citserver[517]: CC[2397]MSG Changed to <whillary_pedo> daemon.log:Nov 3 18:09:07 mail citserver[517]: Ending SSL/TLS daemon.log:Nov 3 18:09:07 mail citserver[517]: Closing socket 39 daemon.log:Nov 3 18:09:07 mail citserver[517]: W Context: [2397]SRV[SMTPs-MTA] Session ended. daemon.log:Nov 3 18:09:17 mail citserver[517]: New client socket 39 daemon.log:Nov 3 18:09:17 mail citserver[517]: Session (SMTP-MTA) started from 195-154-40-34.rev.poneytelecom.eu (195.154.40.34). daemon.log:Nov 3 18:09:28 mail citserver[517]: New client socket 41 daemon.log:Nov 3 18:09:28 mail citserver[517]: Session (IMAPS) started from localhost (127.0.0.1). daemon.log:Nov 3 18:09:28 mail citserver[517]: SSL/TLS using DHE-RSA-AES128-GCM-SHA256 on TLSv1/SSLv3 (128 of 128 bits) daemon.log:Nov 3 18:09:28 mail citserver[517]: IMAP W CC[2399] LOGIN... debug:Nov 3 18:09:05 mail citserver[517]: New client socket 39 debug:Nov 3 18:09:07 mail citserver[517]: Closing socket 39 debug:Nov 3 18:09:17 mail citserver[517]: New client socket 39 debug:Nov 3 18:09:28 mail citserver[517]: New client socket 41 kern.log:Nov 3 18:09:22 mail kernel: [90569.811872] chkpwd[600]: segfault at 0 ip 00007f32d28dbd8a sp 00007ffd381d29c8 error 4 in libc-2.19.so[7f32d284a000+1a1000] messages:Nov 3 18:09:22 mail kernel: [90569.811872] chkpwd[600]: segfault at 0 ip 00007f32d28dbd8a sp 00007ffd381d29c8 error 4 in libc-2.19.so[7f32d284a000+1a1000] syslog.1:Nov 3 18:09:01 mail CRON[11809]: (root) CMD ( [ -x /usr/lib/php5/sessionclean ] && /usr/lib/php5/sessionclean) syslog.1:Nov 3 18:09:05 mail citserver[517]: New client socket 39 syslog.1:Nov 3 18:09:06 mail citserver[517]: Session (SMTPs-MTA) started from [redacted] syslog.1:Nov 3 18:09:06 mail citserver[517]: SSL/TLS using DHE-RSA-AES256-SHA on TLSv1/SSLv3 (256 of 256 bits) syslog.1:Nov 3 18:09:06 mail citserver[517]: W Context: <weiner> logged in syslog.1:Nov 3 18:09:06 mail citserver[517]: W CC[2397]: SMTP authenticated weiner syslog.1:Nov 3 18:09:07 mail citserver[517]: CC[2397]MSG Changed to <whillary_pedo> syslog.1:Nov 3 18:09:07 mail citserver[517]: Ending SSL/TLS syslog.1:Nov 3 18:09:07 mail citserver[517]: Closing socket 39 syslog.1:Nov 3 18:09:07 mail citserver[517]: W Context: [2397]SRV[SMTPs-MTA] Session ended. syslog.1:Nov 3 18:09:17 mail citserver[517]: New client socket 39 syslog.1:Nov 3 18:09:17 mail citserver[517]: Session (SMTP-MTA) started from 195-154-40-34.rev.poneytelecom.eu (195.154.40.34). syslog.1:Nov 3 18:09:22 mail kernel: [90569.811872] chkpwd[600]: segfault at 0 ip 00007f32d28dbd8a sp 00007ffd381d29c8 error 4 in libc-2.19.so[7f32d284a000+1a1000] syslog.1:Nov 3 18:09:28 mail citserver[517]: New client socket 41 syslog.1:Nov 3 18:09:28 mail citserver[517]: Session (IMAPS) started from localhost (127.0.0.1). syslog.1:Nov 3 18:09:28 mail citserver[517]: SSL/TLS using DHE-RSA-AES128-GCM-SHA256 on TLSv1/SSLv3 (128 of 128 bits) syslog.1:Nov 3 18:09:28 mail citserver[517]: IMAP W CC[2399] LOGIN...


[#] Fri Nov 04 2016 12:57:12 EDT from warbaby @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: chkpwd segfaults after SMTP session starts...Is it Anthony Weiner?

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wups, thought it was prefomatted.  Log output is file attachment. 

 

Fri Nov 04 2016 12:52:16 PM EDT from warbaby @ Uncensored Subject: chkpwd segfaults after SMTP session starts...Is it Anthony Weiner?

Maybe just me seeing things, but every time I get a rogue login attempt from this IP in France chkpwd pukes. 

Anybody want to help me troubleshoot this?  I have now disallowed root login in sshd, chkpwd is still dying every few hours. I edited the grep output btw, do not actually have hillary and weiner on my  box. 

 Nov  3 18:09:22 mail kernel: [90569.811872] chkpwd[600]: segfault at 0 ip 00007f32d28dbd8a sp 00007ffd381d29c8 error 4 in libc-2.19.so[7f32d284a000+1a1000]

 


grep -r 'Nov 3 18:09' *

auth.log:Nov 3 18:09:01 mail sshd[11804]: Failed password for root from 116.31.116.9 port 48752 ssh2 auth.log:Nov 3 18:09:01 mail CRON[11808]: pam_unix(cron:session): session opened for user root by (uid=0) auth.log:Nov 3 18:09:01 mail sshd[11804]: Received disconnect from 116.31.116.9: 11: [preauth] auth.log:Nov 3 18:09:01 mail sshd[11804]: PAM 2 more authentication failures; logname= uid=0 euid=0 tty=ssh ruser= rhost=116.31.116.9 user=root auth.log:Nov 3 18:09:01 mail CRON[11808]: pam_unix(cron:session): session closed for user root auth.log:Nov 3 18:09:19 mail sshd[11843]: refused connect from 221.229.172.35 (221.229.172.35) auth.log:Nov 3 18:09:20 mail sshd[11841]: Received disconnect from 221.194.47.229: 11: [preauth] auth.log:Nov 3 18:09:37 mail sshd[11844]: pam_unix(sshd:auth): authentication failure; logname= uid=0 euid=0 tty=ssh ruser= rhost=116.31.116.9 user=root auth.log:Nov 3 18:09:39 mail sshd[11844]: Failed password for root from 116.31.116.9 port 43845 ssh2 auth.log:Nov 3 18:09:40 mail sshd[11846]: pam_unix(sshd:auth): authentication failure; logname= uid=0 euid=0 tty=ssh ruser= rhost=116.31.116.9 user=root auth.log:Nov 3 18:09:41 mail sshd[11844]: Failed password for root from 116.31.116.9 port 43845 ssh2 auth.log:Nov 3 18:09:41 mail sshd[11848]: pam_unix(sshd:auth): authentication failure; logname= uid=0 euid=0 tty=ssh ruser= rhost=116.31.116.9 user=root auth.log:Nov 3 18:09:42 mail sshd[11846]: Failed password for root from 116.31.116.9 port 63231 ssh2 auth.log:Nov 3 18:09:43 mail sshd[11848]: Failed password for root from 116.31.116.9 port 26924 ssh2 auth.log:Nov 3 18:09:44 mail sshd[11844]: Failed password for root from 116.31.116.9 port 43845 ssh2 auth.log:Nov 3 18:09:44 mail sshd[11844]: Received disconnect from 116.31.116.9: 11: [preauth] auth.log:Nov 3 18:09:44 mail sshd[11844]: PAM 2 more authentication failures; logname= uid=0 euid=0 tty=ssh ruser= rhost=116.31.116.9 user=root auth.log:Nov 3 18:09:44 mail sshd[11846]: Failed password for root from 116.31.116.9 port 63231 ssh2 auth.log:Nov 3 18:09:45 mail sshd[11848]: Failed password for root from 116.31.116.9 port 26924 ssh2 auth.log:Nov 3 18:09:46 mail sshd[11846]: Failed password for root from 116.31.116.9 port 63231 ssh2 auth.log:Nov 3 18:09:46 mail sshd[11846]: Received disconnect from 116.31.116.9: 11: [preauth] auth.log:Nov 3 18:09:46 mail sshd[11846]: PAM 2 more authentication failures; logname= uid=0 euid=0 tty=ssh ruser= rhost=116.31.116.9 user=root auth.log:Nov 3 18:09:48 mail sshd[11848]: Failed password for root from 116.31.116.9 port 26924 ssh2 auth.log:Nov 3 18:09:48 mail sshd[11848]: Received disconnect from 116.31.116.9: 11: [preauth] auth.log:Nov 3 18:09:48 mail sshd[11848]: PAM 2 more authentication failures; logname= uid=0 euid=0 tty=ssh ruser= rhost=116.31.116.9 user=root daemon.log:Nov 3 18:09:05 mail citserver[517]: New client socket 39 daemon.log:Nov 3 18:09:06 mail citserver[517]: Session (SMTPs-MTA) started from [redacted] daemon.log:Nov 3 18:09:06 mail citserver[517]: SSL/TLS using DHE-RSA-AES256-SHA on TLSv1/SSLv3 (256 of 256 bits) daemon.log:Nov 3 18:09:06 mail citserver[517]: W Context: <weiner> logged in daemon.log:Nov 3 18:09:06 mail citserver[517]: W CC[2397]: SMTP authenticated weiner daemon.log:Nov 3 18:09:07 mail citserver[517]: CC[2397]MSG Changed to <whillary_pedo> daemon.log:Nov 3 18:09:07 mail citserver[517]: Ending SSL/TLS daemon.log:Nov 3 18:09:07 mail citserver[517]: Closing socket 39 daemon.log:Nov 3 18:09:07 mail citserver[517]: W Context: [2397]SRV[SMTPs-MTA] Session ended. daemon.log:Nov 3 18:09:17 mail citserver[517]: New client socket 39 daemon.log:Nov 3 18:09:17 mail citserver[517]: Session (SMTP-MTA) started from 195-154-40-34.rev.poneytelecom.eu (195.154.40.34). daemon.log:Nov 3 18:09:28 mail citserver[517]: New client socket 41 daemon.log:Nov 3 18:09:28 mail citserver[517]: Session (IMAPS) started from localhost (127.0.0.1). daemon.log:Nov 3 18:09:28 mail citserver[517]: SSL/TLS using DHE-RSA-AES128-GCM-SHA256 on TLSv1/SSLv3 (128 of 128 bits) daemon.log:Nov 3 18:09:28 mail citserver[517]: IMAP W CC[2399] LOGIN... debug:Nov 3 18:09:05 mail citserver[517]: New client socket 39 debug:Nov 3 18:09:07 mail citserver[517]: Closing socket 39 debug:Nov 3 18:09:17 mail citserver[517]: New client socket 39 debug:Nov 3 18:09:28 mail citserver[517]: New client socket 41 kern.log:Nov 3 18:09:22 mail kernel: [90569.811872] chkpwd[600]: segfault at 0 ip 00007f32d28dbd8a sp 00007ffd381d29c8 error 4 in libc-2.19.so[7f32d284a000+1a1000] messages:Nov 3 18:09:22 mail kernel: [90569.811872] chkpwd[600]: segfault at 0 ip 00007f32d28dbd8a sp 00007ffd381d29c8 error 4 in libc-2.19.so[7f32d284a000+1a1000] syslog.1:Nov 3 18:09:01 mail CRON[11809]: (root) CMD ( [ -x /usr/lib/php5/sessionclean ] && /usr/lib/php5/sessionclean) syslog.1:Nov 3 18:09:05 mail citserver[517]: New client socket 39 syslog.1:Nov 3 18:09:06 mail citserver[517]: Session (SMTPs-MTA) started from [redacted] syslog.1:Nov 3 18:09:06 mail citserver[517]: SSL/TLS using DHE-RSA-AES256-SHA on TLSv1/SSLv3 (256 of 256 bits) syslog.1:Nov 3 18:09:06 mail citserver[517]: W Context: <weiner> logged in syslog.1:Nov 3 18:09:06 mail citserver[517]: W CC[2397]: SMTP authenticated weiner syslog.1:Nov 3 18:09:07 mail citserver[517]: CC[2397]MSG Changed to <whillary_pedo> syslog.1:Nov 3 18:09:07 mail citserver[517]: Ending SSL/TLS syslog.1:Nov 3 18:09:07 mail citserver[517]: Closing socket 39 syslog.1:Nov 3 18:09:07 mail citserver[517]: W Context: [2397]SRV[SMTPs-MTA] Session ended. syslog.1:Nov 3 18:09:17 mail citserver[517]: New client socket 39 syslog.1:Nov 3 18:09:17 mail citserver[517]: Session (SMTP-MTA) started from 195-154-40-34.rev.poneytelecom.eu (195.154.40.34). syslog.1:Nov 3 18:09:22 mail kernel: [90569.811872] chkpwd[600]: segfault at 0 ip 00007f32d28dbd8a sp 00007ffd381d29c8 error 4 in libc-2.19.so[7f32d284a000+1a1000] syslog.1:Nov 3 18:09:28 mail citserver[517]: New client socket 41 syslog.1:Nov 3 18:09:28 mail citserver[517]: Session (IMAPS) started from localhost (127.0.0.1). syslog.1:Nov 3 18:09:28 mail citserver[517]: SSL/TLS using DHE-RSA-AES128-GCM-SHA256 on TLSv1/SSLv3 (128 of 128 bits) syslog.1:Nov 3 18:09:28 mail citserver[517]: IMAP W CC[2399] LOGIN...


 



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[#] Tue Nov 08 2016 18:05:24 EST from s3cr3to @ Uncensored

Subject: Correct filter for spamassassin & citserver

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Regards

Our citadel server is being a spam target. Spamhaus is doing wonders. But sometimes some bad mail came from a "legal" server.

I know what countries are unlikely to send mail business to us, so I can ban address from a lot of countries using spamassassin (SA).

But, my first approach was wrong because the next line can block all the address with the substring ".co..." near the end of the address, not the ending .co addresses:
blacklist_from \@*\.co

I wonder how citadel sent the "from" to SA. Using the Metacharacter "$" (end of string) I can filter the ending .co address:
blacklist_from \@*\.co$ <- ending with .co
blacklist_from \@*\.co> <- ending with >

But, maybe from citadel. SA receive the address ending with ">" as in the logs. And I prefer not to duplicate the filters using "$" and ">" for each country.

SMTP server: MAIL FROM:<Scott.Evelyn@cableonline.co>
SMTP server: MAIL FROM:<Solis.Susanne@tkdcompetitions.co.uk>
SMTP server: MAIL FROM:<Kirk.Angelia@duskpanel.nl>
RBL: https://www.spamhaus.org/query/ip/177.000.00.000

Thanks in advance for help.



[#] Wed Nov 09 2016 04:14:19 EST from krombol @ Uncensored

Subject: mail not sending out after setting rbl and spamassassin

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ubuntu 16.04

which log file do I need to refer to?

thanks.



[#] Thu Nov 10 2016 09:41:24 EST from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: mail not sending out after setting rbl and spamassassin

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RBL and SpamAssassin affect inbound mail, not outbound mail. Did you accidentally set a smart-host ?

[#] Fri Nov 11 2016 15:03:16 EST from Freejack @ Uncensored

Subject: Fresh install using easy install...............

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I had a HD crash and with it took my Citadel setup. I had to do a new easy install and it seems to be working except, here the part I am having issues with. It will not let me set alias without it making changes to the primary email address once you save it. You go back in and one of the aliaes is in the primary email address.

 

I have also noticed a few other things but I am working those out. it is 902. I also deleted a user to re create it and when I tried it said the user existed. So I restarted citadel and it still said the user existed. Any ideas?



[#] Wed Nov 16 2016 18:46:47 EST from s3cr3to @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: Correct filter for spamassassin & citserver

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I ended using both variants on my filters in spamassassin (SA):

blacklist_from \@*\.ir$
blacklist_from \@*\.ir>

By the logs I know that one works but what was?

Nov 15 11:23:55 mail citserver[8419]: -1: from=<<xxxxxx@sssss.ir SIZE=9634 AUTH=<> BODY=7BIT>, nrcpts=1, relay=mail.iiii.ir [xxx.yyy.zzz.34], stat=550 message rejected by spam filter#015

Looks like the good one was the first because the logs shows the email without a trailing ">" sign.

I appreciate the help if anybody can elaborate a little more about what form of email address use Citadel with SA:

...xxxxxx@sssss.ir

...xxxxxx@sssss.ir>

Regards



[#] Thu Nov 17 2016 10:12:14 EST from hidifly @ Uncensored

Subject: citserver segfault crashes

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My Citadel server is crashing/restarting about once every seven minutes. The logs before the crash don't so a particular thing going wrong; it seems to be doing different things every time the crash happens. The segfault error seems pretty consistent each time. The parts that change replaced with "?" in the following:

segfault at 1008 ip 080a3e1e sp bf?????? error 4 in citserver[8048000+d3000]

About the only thing that has changed are some recent updates for the Ubuntu 10.04.5 LTS system and a new internet provider (with a new internet-facing address). Everything "seems" to be working. But the crashes are making me pull my hair out.



[#] Tue Nov 22 2016 09:25:41 EST from warbaby @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: citserver segfault crashes

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Install gdb and setup your box to produce core dumps, per http://www.citadel.org/doku.php/faq:mastering_your_os:gdb

What auth method are you using, internal or something else?  

 

Thu Nov 17 2016 10:12:14 AM EST from hidifly @ Uncensored Subject: citserver segfault crashes

My Citadel server is crashing/restarting about once every seven minutes. The logs before the crash don't so a particular thing going wrong; it seems to be doing different things every time the crash happens. The segfault error seems pretty consistent each time. The parts that change replaced with "?" in the following:

segfault at 1008 ip 080a3e1e sp bf?????? error 4 in citserver[8048000+d3000]

About the only thing that has changed are some recent updates for the Ubuntu 10.04.5 LTS system and a new internet provider (with a new internet-facing address). Everything "seems" to be working. But the crashes are making me pull my hair out.



 



[#] Tue Nov 22 2016 11:19:09 EST from hidifly @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: citserver segfault crashes

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Thanks for the reply. Actually I finally figured out the problem and it doesn't seem to have much to do with citserver: I am using Monit to check status and restart as necessary. I recently changed internet facing IP addresses and Monit was still using the old address. Updated it and haven't had a problem since.



[#] Sun Nov 27 2016 05:50:14 EST from alicjusz @ Uncensored

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Hello. In order to verify the domain needs to pick up on the list address

postmaster @ <domain> or

hostmaster @ <domain> or

webmaster @ <domain>

Despite the creation of the users of these names, no list can not come.

"The error That the other server returned was:

550 Invalid recipient: webmaster @ <domain> "

If you can set your inbox to list those addresses came?



[#] Wed Nov 30 2016 22:37:35 EST from pansophy @ Uncensored

Subject: Citadel in general

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Hi folks, I just wanted to say that I am very glad I switched my email server, forum, calendar, contacts, etc server(s) to Citadel. It is fast, easy and most important: reliable. It might not look too flash at times, but I rather have something working that does not need too much maintenance than having some cool stuff running, which crashes or behaves 'funny' at times.

In the past I wasted hours on reading troubleshooting pages and debugging - today, after 1.5 years I only spend 4 hours for installation and setting up/testing a working backup system for my Citadel server.

Very, very glad I did the move. Thanks to all people involved. :)



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