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[#] Thu Apr 27 2017 20:58:11 EDT from bennabiy @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: Enable "Reply-To:" on regular room messages?

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There is this, but I think with the configs in the database now, this might need to be revised (but in general, support is there...)

 

http://www.citadel.org/doku.php/faq:everydayuse:how_do_i_beautify_the_mailname_of_a_public_room

 

Thu Apr 27 2017 06:06:02 PM EDT from kinetix @ Uncensored Subject: Enable "Reply-To:" on regular room messages?

Howdy... is this a wacky idea?  If one wants to utilize citadel from a mobile device, it seems an IMAP client may be the way to go.  But, it's not so optimal when wanting to reply to messages in rooms when the system is treated like a forum/BBS.  If we could set a Reply-To: in a room for the messages contained in it (even as simply as an option "Set message Reply-To: to this room's email address?", then it would make participating from an IMAP client a little more bearable.

Would this break anything, or is it already implemented in another fashion that I haven't seen yet?

 



 



[#] Fri Apr 28 2017 01:24:34 EDT from kinetix @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: Enable "Reply-To:" on regular room messages?

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Yes, I've run across all the documentation and this isn't what I'm trying to achieve.  I'm looking to be able to hit Reply to a room message in an email client and have that reply automatically go to the room, not to the From: address.



[#] Fri Apr 28 2017 09:12:48 EDT from bennabiy @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: Enable "Reply-To:" on regular room messages?

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I understand what you are saying now. I seem to recall a discussion about it at one point, but I do not recall if it was because it was possible, or if it was just being discussed whether to implement it. I will mention it to IG, as it would be a helpful thing to be able to set (although some instances, you want to be able to send a reply just to the person who posted... so it goes both ways).

Fri Apr 28 2017 01:24:34 AM EDT from kinetix @ Uncensored Subject: Re: Enable "Reply-To:" on regular room messages?

Yes, I've run across all the documentation and this isn't what I'm trying to achieve.  I'm looking to be able to hit Reply to a room message in an email client and have that reply automatically go to the room, not to the From: address.



 



[#] Fri Apr 28 2017 12:33:46 EDT from "Dirk Heinrichs" <dirk.heinrichs@altum.de> to room_citadel_support@uncensored.citadel.org

Subject: Re: IGnatius T Foobar - Subjects on mail list are ...

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Am 28.04.2017 um 00:38 schrieb s3cr3to:

Here (http://uncensored.citadel.org/) the Subjects for all messages shows correctly.

But after the last message received in this room on:

09/04/17 15:31 with subject "[Citadel Support] Re: Configuring Citadel as Microsoft Exchange Public folders alternative"

all new messages from the list only shows "[Citadel Support]" on my Thunderbird.


Same here, but only if subscribed to the mailing list. If I also connect thunderbird to uncensored directly, messages show up fine in the room's folder. I also see some more issues with the mailing list:

  • Message bodies are modified, adding strange characters (see attached screenshots) in addidtion to adding header and footer (which IMHO also shouldn't happen, as it breakes message signing)
  • Some messages are missing completely, like the one i'm replying to here.
Bye...

    Dirk
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GPG Public Key: D01B367761B0F7CE6E6D81AAD5A2E54246986015
Sichere Internetkommunikation: http://www.retroshare.org
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[#] Sun Apr 30 2017 03:52:57 EDT from bjerke @ Uncensored

Subject: Import users

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Is it possible to import/syncronise from an external database, e.g. mysql?

flem



[#] Sun Apr 30 2017 22:21:25 EDT from bennabiy @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: Import users

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How good are you at scripting, and how much time do you have :)

 

 

Sun Apr 30 2017 03:52:57 AM EDT from bjerke @ Uncensored Subject: Import users

Is it possible to import/syncronise from an external database, e.g. mysql?

flem



 



[#] Mon May 01 2017 01:12:12 EDT from bjerke @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: Import users

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I do scripting, and I have some time. The problem is that we have our members in mysql and need to import their name and mail adress if we should use citadel. We should be able to delete members automatically as well. I have looked at using cadaver and groupdav, but though cadaver tell me that put is a success, I see no object in the cadaver dav-interface. Is this a possible/manageable way to go at all? Or should we insert members directly in the Citadel database? Or should we try through ldap? Or should we hack into the user database through the admin-webinterface? Or is there any alternative?

 

Thank you for helping.

Sun Apr 30 2017 10:21:25 PM EDT from bennabiy @ Uncensored Subject: Re: Import users

How good are you at scripting, and how much time do you have :)

 

 

Sun Apr 30 2017 03:52:57 AM EDT from bjerke @ Uncensored Subject: Import users

Is it possible to import/syncronise from an external database, e.g. mysql?

flem



 



 



[#] Mon May 01 2017 09:51:50 EDT from schaap23 @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: installation failed database too old?

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I know it's a very late reply, but I also ran into this issue and wanted to tell you guys how I worked around it.

 

When performing a clean easyinstall on Ubuntu 16.04.2 LTS, I received the same error:

configure: error: c-ares library defective or too old

 

It's as if the easyinstall script does not download and install c-ares. I worked around the issue by downloading c-ares from the official website (https://c-ares.haxx.se/) and installing it manually.

 

wget https://c-ares.haxx.se/download/c-ares-1.12.0.tar.gz

tar -xvf c-ares-1.12.0.tar.gz

cd <where you extracted it>

./configure

make

sudo make install

 

After this I also had to run ¨sudo ldconfig" to update the shared libraries cache in ubuntu. Otherwise citadel will fail to start afterwards with the error that it cannot locate the c-ares library.

Now I was able to run the easyinstall script successfully. It could successfully build citadel.



[#] Mon May 01 2017 09:57:13 EDT from Freakdog @ Dog Pound BBS II

Subject: Re: installation failed database too old?

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It's as if the easyinstall script does not download and install c-ares.
I
worked around the issue by downloading c-ares from the official website

(https://c-ares.haxx.se/) and installing it manually.

That's correct...the easyinstall process has never installed the c-ares packages for you.

I know that RedHat/CentOS has packages available. I'd be very surprised if Debian/Ubuntu didn't also have packages available, as well.

[#] Mon May 01 2017 11:13:44 EDT from schaap23 @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: installation failed database too old?

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Mon May 01 2017 09:57:13 EDT from Freakdog @ Dog Pound BBS II Subject: Re: installation failed database too old?
It's as if the easyinstall script does not download and install c-ares.
I
worked around the issue by downloading c-ares from the official website

(https://c-ares.haxx.se/) and installing it manually.

That's correct...the easyinstall process has never installed the c-ares packages for you.

I know that RedHat/CentOS has packages available. I'd be very surprised if Debian/Ubuntu didn't also have packages available, as well.

You are correct. Ubuntu also have packages available (libc-ares-dev).

 

I quote the documentation on the website http://citadel.org/doku.php/installation:source:

"The Citadel system relies on the following libraries in order to provide its full set of functionality. (If you are using pre-built packages, or the Easy Install system, these libraries will be brought in for you automatically.)

....

c-ARES for asynchronous nameserver resolution (> v1.73)

....

"

According to the website the c-ares library will be brought in via easyinstall.

If the easyinstall script does not install c-ares by design, then perhaps the documentation on the website must be updated to reflect this.



[#] Mon May 01 2017 12:38:49 EDT from bennabiy @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: installation failed database too old?

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The documentation *was* correct when it said c-ares would be brought in, but the current builds are no longer dependent on c-ares or libev...

Apr 06 16:03:42 <IGnatiusTFoobar> This latest update removes the dependencies on libcares and libev

 

so I am not sure if the latest easy-install removed those dependencies or not (I use a custom version of the easy install script which allows me to compile against the git repository).

 

If you do need c-ares, I believe the package is still hosted at citadel in the version required...  (just look in the easy install script)

 

Mon May 01 2017 11:13:44 AM EDT from schaap23 @ Uncensored Subject: Re: installation failed database too old?

 

Mon May 01 2017 09:57:13 EDT from Freakdog @ Dog Pound BBS II Subject: Re: installation failed database too old?
It's as if the easyinstall script does not download and install c-ares.
I
worked around the issue by downloading c-ares from the official website

(https://c-ares.haxx.se/) and installing it manually.

That's correct...the easyinstall process has never installed the c-ares packages for you.

I know that RedHat/CentOS has packages available. I'd be very surprised if Debian/Ubuntu didn't also have packages available, as well.

You are correct. Ubuntu also have packages available (libc-ares-dev).

 

I quote the documentation on the website http://citadel.org/doku.php/installation:source:

"The Citadel system relies on the following libraries in order to provide its full set of functionality. (If you are using pre-built packages, or the Easy Install system, these libraries will be brought in for you automatically.)

....

c-ARES for asynchronous nameserver resolution (> v1.73)

....

"

According to the website the c-ares library will be brought in via easyinstall.

If the easyinstall script does not install c-ares by design, then perhaps the documentation on the website must be updated to reflect this.



 



[#] Wed May 03 2017 10:28:22 EDT from bennabiy @ Uncensored

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Did that last one make sense?



[#] Wed May 03 2017 15:46:52 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored

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Ok, I found one more reference to c-ares in the Easy Install script, and have removed it. Try again.

I also found the place in Easy Install where it misidentifies whether it is a new install or an upgrade. I'll fix that soon and it'll eliminate the problem of everyone's login banners getting clobbered at every upgrade :)

[#] Wed May 03 2017 20:38:59 EDT from bennabiy @ Uncensored

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... and there was much rejoicing.

Wed May 03 2017 03:46:52 PM EDT from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored Subject: Re: installation failed database too old?
Ok, I found one more reference to c-ares in the Easy Install script, and have removed it. Try again.

I also found the place in Easy Install where it misidentifies whether it is a new install or an upgrade. I'll fix that soon and it'll eliminate the problem of everyone's login banners getting clobbered at every upgrade :)

 



[#] Wed May 03 2017 20:59:10 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored

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It was kind of silly, actually. To determine whether you are upgrading an existing Citadel, it looks for the "citadel.config" file.

That file hasn't existed for a while now, since the config now lives in the database. Everything is going to live in the database eventually. We're getting there. Someday soon you'll be able to just copy /usr/local/citadel/data/ to another machine, run the Easy Install, and you're up and running (assuming the same CPU architecture is in use on both machines).

[#] Thu May 04 2017 08:59:20 EDT from bennabiy @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: installation failed database too old?

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I figured it had to be something like that. I noticed it started happening after your adjustment of things into the database. Glad it is fixed... right?

Wed May 03 2017 08:59:10 PM EDT from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored Subject: Re: installation failed database too old?
It was kind of silly, actually. To determine whether you are upgrading an existing Citadel, it looks for the "citadel.config" file.

That file hasn't existed for a while now, since the config now lives in the database. Everything is going to live in the database eventually. We're getting there. Someday soon you'll be able to just copy /usr/local/citadel/data/ to another machine, run the Easy Install, and you're up and running (assuming the same CPU architecture is in use on both machines).

 



[#] Thu May 04 2017 13:45:26 EDT from vnaster @ Uncensored

Subject: Does Citadel require public IP?

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Can citadel server work effectively behind ROUTER using port forwarding? or do I need to have dedicated public IP(s) and plug the server to the directly to the internet? Do ISP's bite self hosted email servers in any way(port restrictions, blacklists, DNS)?

 



[#] Thu May 04 2017 14:01:34 EDT from heini @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: [Citadel Support] [WebCit] Compose message broken?

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Sat Apr 22 2017 04:02:13 EDT from "Dirk Heinrichs" <dirk.heinrichs@altum.de> Subject: Re: [Citadel Support] [WebCit] Compose message broken?
Am 06.04.2017 um 16:22 schrieb Dirk Heinrichs:

while I could post here using the web UI last week, it doesn't work
anymore. Tried with Konqueror and Chromium. See attached screenshot.
Just tried again, still doesn't work.

Turns out it's because of setting Mailbox view mode to Full-functionality. If I set it back to Safe mode, everything works as expected again.

 

Bye...

 

    Heini



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[#] Thu May 04 2017 14:17:51 EDT from bennabiy @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: Does Citadel require public IP?

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Citadel can work very effectively behind a router using port forwarding (all of my citadel instances are that way).  ISPs bite any email servers if they are not business class services (some more than others) so that would be something to work out with your ISP. Some block port 25 (so you would need to do a workaround) and many email servers use a RBL which has every DHCP pool blocked because that is where MUCH spam comes from. If you do this, you may need to relay through a valid account with your ISP.

Thu May 04 2017 01:45:26 PM EDT from vnaster @ Uncensored Subject: Does Citadel require public IP?

Can citadel server work effectively behind ROUTER using port forwarding? or do I need to have dedicated public IP(s) and plug the server to the directly to the internet? Do ISP's bite self hosted email servers in any way(port restrictions, blacklists, DNS)?

 



 



[#] Thu May 04 2017 14:52:58 EDT from Freakdog @ Dog Pound BBS II

Subject: Re: installation failed database too old?

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Wed May 03 2017 08:38:59 PM EDT from bennabiy @ Uncensored Subject: Re: installation failed database too old?

... and there was much rejoicing.

Wed May 03 2017 03:46:52 PM EDT from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored Subject: Re: installation failed database too old?
Ok, I found one more reference to c-ares in the Easy Install script, and have removed it. Try again.

I also found the place in Easy Install where it misidentifies whether it is a new install or an upgrade. I'll fix that soon and it'll eliminate the problem of everyone's login banners getting clobbered at every upgrade :)

HalleluIG!!!



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