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[#] Sat Sep 16 2017 14:55:03 EDT from Bernhard-72 @ Uncensored

Subject: Log - in Problem after 1st Installation - missing foder

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Hi all,

Well I really become desperate working on my citadel installation. There is no chance to login on the start page with chrome/firefox or safari. 

 

After installing the suite, I found out, that the folder

/etc/citadel/netconfigs

is missing. Well I can create it myself with the procedure: 

sudo mkdir /etc/citadel/netconfigs

sudo chown citadel:citadel /etc/citadel/netconfigs     and restart it with 

sudo service citadel restart

But while restarting the service, the folder netconfigs gets disapears again. 

Could anybody help please - I'm to give up! Thank you very much!!! 

 

Bernhard 

 

 



[#] Sat Sep 16 2017 15:50:17 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: Log - in Problem after 1st Installation - missing foder

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After installing the suite, I found out, that the folder

/etc/citadel/*netconfigs*

Bernhard - if you are performing a new installation, please use the Easy Install method. It is more current code, more supportable than the debian packages, and best of all ... the netconfigs directory is no longer needed, as all that stuff is kept in the configuration database now.

[#] Sat Sep 16 2017 15:51:28 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: I am considering adopting Citadel over Zimbra...

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I seek a replacement for Zimbra, which is proving cumbersome on
several fronts. Citadel might fit the bill. Does Citadel support
multiple e-mail domains? Can I configure it so that each e-mail
domain listens on a separate IP interface, so reverse DNS will
resolve correctly?

Reverse DNS resolution is determined using DNS, not using Citadel. That having been said, Citadel *does* support multiple email domains, though not in the way you are describing it. Basically you can have as many email domains as you want, and each user account can have addresses in one or more of those domains.

[#] Sat Sep 16 2017 21:57:17 EDT from bennabiy @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: I am considering adopting Citadel over Zimbra...

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IG, couldn't they do a reverse proxy to multiple citadel instances and have the proxy pick it up based on domain?

Sat Sep 16 2017 03:51:28 PM EDT from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored Subject: Re: I am considering adopting Citadel over Zimbra...
I seek a replacement for Zimbra, which is proving cumbersome on
several fronts. Citadel might fit the bill. Does Citadel support
multiple e-mail domains? Can I configure it so that each e-mail
domain listens on a separate IP interface, so reverse DNS will
resolve correctly?

Reverse DNS resolution is determined using DNS, not using Citadel. That having been said, Citadel *does* support multiple email domains, though not in the way you are describing it. Basically you can have as many email domains as you want, and each user account can have addresses in one or more of those domains.

 



[#] Mon Sep 18 2017 11:40:00 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: I am considering adopting Citadel over Zimbra...

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IG, couldn't they do a reverse proxy to multiple citadel instances and have

the proxy pick it up based on domain?

Yes, that would work too. Depends on the individual site's needs. Multiple instances might make more sense if the server is being run for a bunch of separate organizations.

[#] Mon Sep 18 2017 12:17:53 EDT from bennabiy @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: I am considering adopting Citadel over Zimbra...

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I guess the reverse proxy could go the one instance as well, just adjusting the IP to match domain. As long as the instance has all the domains involved as authorized domains for it.

Mon Sep 18 2017 11:40:00 AM EDT from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored Subject: Re: I am considering adopting Citadel over Zimbra...
IG, couldn't they do a reverse proxy to multiple citadel instances and have

the proxy pick it up based on domain?

Yes, that would work too. Depends on the individual site's needs. Multiple instances might make more sense if the server is being run for a bunch of separate organizations.

 



[#] Wed Sep 20 2017 12:02:23 EDT from peterw @ Uncensored

Subject: Centos Server install type

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Hi, please can someone advise on what type of Centos install is needed before you start the Citadel install? Base, server with gui? Web server?

 

thanks



[#] Wed Sep 20 2017 13:10:06 EDT from bennabiy @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: Centos Server install type

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Citadel does not require a GUI, so it is up to you. You will need to make sure you have the required build environment in place to do the Easy Install, but anything else on that, is what you want.

Wed Sep 20 2017 12:02:23 PM EDT from peterw @ Uncensored Subject: Centos Server install type

Hi, please can someone advise on what type of Centos install is needed before you start the Citadel install? Base, server with gui? Web server?

 

thanks



 



[#] Wed Sep 20 2017 13:51:40 EDT from peterw @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: Centos Server install type

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Ok, so its not that... I have now done an install 3x using th latest Centos 7 build and installing a Minimal server, it all goes well until the end, then it reboots and zip, nada... I can't get to the GUI or anything.. about to give up and go back to iRedMail.... any thoughts..

Peter



[#] Wed Sep 20 2017 18:52:41 EDT from nunction @ Uncensored

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Hi Support,
is it possible to decrease the amount of messages being written to syslog? I have a fresh easy-install on Debian 9.
 
webcit[7542]: 13 of 13 threads are executing.  Adding another worker thread.
webcit[7542]: SSL_accept success
webcit[7542]: SSL/TLS using AES128-GCM-SHA256 on TLSv1/SSLv3 (128 of 128 bits)
webcit[7542]: SSL started/p>
webcit[7542]: SSL_read got error 5
webcit[7542]: Ending SSL/TLS
....
citserver[7603]: [mail(6)] GOTO _CALENDAR_
citserver[7603]: room_ops: 0000000006.Calendar : 0 new of 0 total messages, oldest=0, newest=0
citserver[7603]: [mail(6)] MSGS ALL
 
Thanks,
 
Philipp.


[#] Thu Sep 21 2017 09:55:56 EDT from nunction @ Uncensored

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Hi Support,
is it possible to decrease the amount of messages being written to syslog? I have a fresh easy-install on Debian 9.
 
webcit[7542]: 13 of 13 threads are executing.  Adding another worker thread.
webcit[7542]: SSL_accept success
webcit[7542]: SSL/TLS using AES128-GCM-SHA256 on TLSv1/SSLv3 (128 of 128 bits)
webcit[7542]: SSL started/p>
webcit[7542]: SSL_read got error 5
webcit[7542]: Ending SSL/TLS
....
citserver[7603]: [mail(6)] GOTO _CALENDAR_
citserver[7603]: room_ops: 0000000006.Calendar : 0 new of 0 total messages, oldest=0, newest=0
citserver[7603]: [mail(6)] MSGS ALL
 
Thanks,
 
Philipp.


[#] Thu Sep 21 2017 12:01:34 EDT from peterw @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: Centos Server install type

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OK, I have to take it back.... errrr, maybe not but sort of....

The "how to" could still be better, it assumes that everyone knows Linux, I am a pretty green convert so am not THAT familiar... 

so on a whim I disabled firewalld and hey presto, it worked...

When I am done I will post up the exact steps to install the OS and all the fiddly bits in-between, maybe it helps someone else out there..

Peter



[#] Thu Sep 21 2017 20:12:35 EDT from danbob @ Uncensored

Subject: insecure user/pass while creating new users or returning users

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I set up Citadel on my server and it works great but firefox gives a little drop-down from the text box that says "This connection is not secure. Logins entered here could be compromised." I have an ssl cert for the site. Can I use this to enable ssl on the Citadel webcit server?

On a side note it says the same thing when you put in form info here on this BBS.

-Dan

 



[#] Thu Sep 21 2017 23:29:20 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: Centos Server install type

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Centos 7 build and installing a Minimal server, it all goes well
until the end, then it reboots and zip, nada... I can't get to the

CentOS 7 uses systemd, and Citadel is going to install sysvinit scripts ... a lot of software is experiencing the same problem right now; systemd "supposedly" is set up to honor sysvinit scripts, but in practice it doesn't, at least not on CentOS.

I just went through this problem with vCloud Director. Ugh.

Try these commands to start it up:

/etc/init.d/citadel start
/etc/init.d/webcit start

[#] Fri Sep 22 2017 13:08:27 EDT from bravegnu @ Uncensored

Subject: getcontenttype in PROPFIND

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When a PROPFIND is issued on a GroupDAV collection like corresponding to an addressbook like http://server/groupdav/Contacts/ the server returns a Multi-Status response. In the returned XML payload, the D:getcontenttype tag is located within the D:response tag. But as per the WebDAV specification this should appear within the D:prop tag. Examples are shown below:

The current response looks like the below.

<D:response>
<D:href>
http://server/groupdav/room/uid
</D:href>
<D:getcontenttype>text/x-vcard</D:getcontenttype>
<D:propstat>
<D:status>HTTP/1.1 200 OK</D:status>
<D:prop>
<D:getetag>"1"</D:getetag>
<D:getlastmodified>
...
</D:getlastmodified>
</D:prop>
</D:propstat>
</D:response>

But the expected response as per WebDAV specification

<D:response>
<D:href>
http://server/groupdav/room/uid
</D:href>
<D:propstat>
<D:status>HTTP/1.1 200 OK</D:status>
<D:prop>
<D:getetag>"1"</D:getetag>
<D:getcontenttype>text/x-vcard</D:getcontenttype>
<D:getlastmodified>
...
</D:getlastmodified>
</D:prop>
</D:propstat>
</D:response>

The difference in the location of D:getcontenttype tag causes Inverse SOGo Connector's Contacts support to fail. It will be great if we can have this fixed in Citadel.

Regards,
Vijay



[#] Sat Sep 23 2017 10:53:22 EDT from enricorizzo @ Uncensored

Subject: Citadel Install Error...

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While installing Libcitadel and several lib/files, the stringbuf.c causes many errrors ending with the following message.

I can't find information on these lib/files to find the files or check the contents of stringbuf .

How can I find the correct way to fix this?

The install log file is attached. Thanks.

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lib/stringbuf.c:3142:39: error: request for member 'avail_in' in something not a structure or union
     In->Buf->BufUsed = stream->zstream.avail_in;
                                       ^
lib/stringbuf.c:3149:41: error: request for member 'avail_in' in something not a structure or union
      (In->Buf->BufUsed - stream->zstream.avail_in);
                                         ^
Makefile:168: recipe for target 'lib/stringbuf.lo' failed
make: *** [lib/stringbuf.lo] Error 1
Operating system: Linux Debian 9.1 ( 4.9.0-3-amd64 x86_64)



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[#] Mon Sep 25 2017 22:39:01 EDT from kcactc @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: Citadel Install Error...

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I am getting the same error.

lib/stringbuf.c:3142:39: error: request for member 'avail_in' in something not a structure or union
     In->Buf->BufUsed = stream->zstream.avail_in;
                                       ^
lib/stringbuf.c:3149:41: error: request for member 'avail_in' in something not a structure or union
      (In->Buf->BufUsed - stream->zstream.avail_in);
                                         ^
Makefile:168: recipe for target 'lib/stringbuf.lo' failed
make: *** [lib/stringbuf.lo] Error 1
Operating system: Linux Debian 9.1 ( 4.9.0-3-amd64 x86_64)

my log attached as well.

Errors occurred running Easy Install

 

 



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[#] Mon Sep 25 2017 22:43:56 EDT from kcactc @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: Citadel Install Error...

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install seems to go wrong in the same place in both log files:

 

LTCompile: /bin/bash ./libtool --silent --mode=compile gcc -I./lib -I. -g -O2 -Wall -Wmissing-prototypes -Wstrict-prototypes -fexceptions -D HAVE_MMAP -o buildinfo -c

CC: lib/libcitadel.c
CC: lib/mime_parser.c
CC: lib/tools.c
CC: lib/vcard.c
CC: lib/vnote.c
CC: lib/hash.c
CC: lib/lookup3.c
CC: lib/stringbuf.c
lib/stringbuf.c:2846:2: error: unknown type name 'z_stream'
z_stream zstream;
^~~~~~~~
lib/stringbuf.c: In function 'StrBufNewStreamContext':
lib/stringbuf.c:2873:9: warning: implicit declaration of function 'inflateInit' [-Wimplicit-function-declaration]
err = inflateInit(&stream->zstream);
^~~~~~~~~~~

 



[#] Mon Sep 25 2017 23:20:31 EDT from enricorizzo @ Uncensored

Subject: Citadel Install Error... Stringbuf.c of Libcitadel

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Regarding the Install error with file Stringbuf.c:

I found the file by downloading and extracting libcitadel-easyinstall.tar.gz. from http://www.citadel.org/doku.php/installation:source.

This contains the Stringbuf.c and related files.

An attempt to compile Stringbuf.c has the same errors.The next file in line Wildfire.c seemed to work better.

 

The compiler was obtained by using the command in prerequisites for Debian and Ubuntu systems.

http://www.citadel.org/doku.php/installation:easyinstall:prereq-debian.html

apt-get install build-essential curl g++ gettext shared-mime-info libssl-dev

I believe this used the Debian 9 install CD.

I am not able to troubleshoot C programs, but research shows different compilers may provide different results, some with errors.

 

 



 



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[#] Tue Sep 26 2017 06:11:11 EDT from bravegnu @ Uncensored

Subject: Incorrect SMTP Dot Stuffing

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According to SMTP RFC 5321 https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc5321#section-4.5.2

To allow all user composed text to be transmitted transparently, the following procedures are used:

  • Before sending a line of mail text, the SMTP client checks the first character of the line. If it is a period, one additional period is inserted at the beginning of the line.
  • When a line of mail text is received by the SMTP server, it checks the line. If the line is composed of a single period, it is treated as the end of mail indicator. If the first character is a period and there are other characters on the line, the first character is delete

The server side implementation of the de-stuffing is not correctly handled in Citadel. This causes dot duplication in lines that start with a dot. The relevant code from msgbase.c is shown below.

			if ((dotdot) &&
			    (StrLength(LineBuf) == 2) && 
			    (!strcmp(ChrPtr(LineBuf), "..")))
			{
				StrBufCutLeft(LineBuf, 1);
			}
			

Here we check if the line length is equal to 2. But the line length will never be 2, since the line includes the EOL character as well. Moreover the comparison with ".." is also incorrect. Also the spec specifies that the dot stuffing will be done for all lines, that start with a dot, not just lines that contain only a dot.

A condition check that matches the RFC is shown below.

if ((dotdot) &&
    (StrLength(LineBuf) > 1) &&
    (ChrPtr(LineBuf)[0] == '.'))

Please do let us know what you thinks about this.

Regards,

Vijay



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