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[#] Tue Jun 07 2022 13:15:32 EDT from dantahoua

Subject: Re: EasyInstall Error

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Hello!

I just want to add that I have the same error on Fedora 36 Workstation...

gcc citadel.o citadel_ipc.o client_chat.o client_passwords.o commands.o ipc_c_tcp.o messages.o rooms.o routines2.o routines.o screen.o tuiconfig.o -L/usr/local/ctdlsupport/lib -Wl,--rpath -Wl,/usr/local/ctdlsupport/lib  -lssl -lcrypto -lz -liconv -lcitadel -o citadel

/usr/bin/ld: cannot find -liconv

collect2: error: ld returned 1 exit status

gmake: *** [Makefile:21: citadel] Error 1

 


[#] Wed Jun 08 2022 07:03:29 EDT from btg1974

Subject: Re: EasyInstall Error

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Tue Jun 07 2022 11:53:56 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar Subject: Re: EasyInstall Error

Drat. We added some improvements to make it build cleanly on FreeBSD and it looks like we broke it on some Linuxes.

Hold tight and we'll get this stuff sorted out.

Cheers much appreciated



[#] Wed Jun 08 2022 10:22:25 EDT from FixItDik

Subject: Prospective newbie - where do I ask feature questions please?

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Hi, not sure if this is the right room or not, please point me to it if not.

I have a question about a feature and whether it exists in Citadel or not please:

I currently use hMailServer but the PC it is running on is falling to pieces. I have a spare Raspberry Pi so am looking at Citadel to replace hMailServer. The feature I cannot find on Citadel documentation is the "IP Address Blacklist" where I can blacklist IP addresses (or ranges of) to stop them even getting access to the SMTP side of things. Does Citadel have this please?

Thanks

Dik (AKA FixItDik)



[#] Wed Jun 08 2022 10:56:44 EDT from offtrack

Subject: Easy Install failing - 'gzip: db-6.2.32.NC.tar.gz: not in gzip format'

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Hi all,

 

Attempting to install Citadell on Centos7, looking at replacing Exchange as part of a larger architectural move.   I run into this error as soon as the Berkeley DB tries to install:

 

gzip: db-6.2.32.NC.tar.gz: not in gzip format
tar: This does not look like a tar archive
tar: Exiting with failure status due to previous errors
 Citadel Easy Install is aborting.
 The last few lines above this message may indicate what went wrong.
 Linux RedHat 7.9.2009(Core 3.10.0-1160.53.1.el7.x86_64 x86_64)

 

I tried working around it, downloading the file and unzipping by hand, using the 'z' option on tar, etc., etc., no luck.   I tried installing a newer copy of Berkeley DB to see if the script would go passed it, it doesn't.  Running into this next with libcitadel install.

 

Seems to be an issue with the download files, or how it is passing/transforming them in the process.  Any help appreciated, thanks in advance.

 

BJ



[#] Wed Jun 08 2022 11:09:22 EDT from offtrack

Subject: Re: Easy Install failing - 'gzip: db-6.2.32.NC.tar.gz: not in gzip format'

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Wed Jun 08 2022 10:56:44 EDT from offtrack Subject: Easy Install failing - 'gzip: db-6.2.32.NC.tar.gz: not in gzip format'

Hi all,

 

Attempting to install Citadell on Centos7, looking at replacing Exchange as part of a larger architectural move.   I run into this error as soon as the Berkeley DB tries to install:

 

gzip: db-6.2.32.NC.tar.gz: not in gzip format
tar: This does not look like a tar archive
tar: Exiting with failure status due to previous errors
 Citadel Easy Install is aborting.
 The last few lines above this message may indicate what went wrong.
 Linux RedHat 7.9.2009(Core 3.10.0-1160.53.1.el7.x86_64 x86_64)

 

I tried working around it, downloading the file and unzipping by hand, using the 'z' option on tar, etc., etc., no luck.   I tried installing a newer copy of Berkeley DB to see if the script would go passed it, it doesn't.  Running into this next with libcitadel install.

 

Seems to be an issue with the download files, or how it is passing/transforming them in the process.  Any help appreciated, thanks in advance.

 

BJ



Disregard.  Figured it was a 'curl' problem.  Installed and downloaded 'wget' - worked great.  Thanks, looking forward to messing with this, I like the interface.



[#] Wed Jun 08 2022 11:52:16 EDT from FixItDik

Subject: Re: Prospective newbie - where do I ask feature questions please?

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Wed Jun 08 2022 10:22:25 EDT from FixItDik Subject: Prospective newbie - where do I ask feature questions please?

Hi, not sure if this is the right room or not, please point me to it if not.

I have a question about a feature and whether it exists in Citadel or not please:

I currently use hMailServer but the PC it is running on is falling to pieces. I have a spare Raspberry Pi so am looking at Citadel to replace hMailServer. The feature I cannot find on Citadel documentation is the "IP Address Blacklist" where I can blacklist IP addresses (or ranges of) to stop them even getting access to the SMTP side of things. Does Citadel have this please?

Thanks

Dik (AKA FixItDik)



PS On hMailServer an IP address is blacklisted automatically if it makes X number of invalid login attempts - it would be great if that feature were in Citadel too but I'd settle for just the manual one as I already have a comprehensive list I can copy over :)



[#] Wed Jun 08 2022 13:26:33 EDT from LadySerenaKitty

Subject: Re: Prospective newbie - where do I ask feature questions please?

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Wed Jun 08 2022 10:22:25 EDT from FixItDik Subject: Prospective newbie - where do I ask feature questions please?

Hi, not sure if this is the right room or not, please point me to it if not.

I have a question about a feature and whether it exists in Citadel or not please:

I currently use hMailServer but the PC it is running on is falling to pieces. I have a spare Raspberry Pi so am looking at Citadel to replace hMailServer. The feature I cannot find on Citadel documentation is the "IP Address Blacklist" where I can blacklist IP addresses (or ranges of) to stop them even getting access to the SMTP side of things. Does Citadel have this please?

Thanks

Dik (AKA FixItDik)



 

If you're running WebCit in your installation, click on "Administration" (in the sidebar), then "Domain names and Internet mail configuration".  I think what you're looking for is RBL hosts.  RBL means "Realtime blocklist" and it's based entirely on IP address.

 

Alternatively, you can use the firewall provided with your OS.  If your firewall is FreeBSD's IPFW, I can halp set it up.



[#] Wed Jun 08 2022 15:45:08 EDT from btg1974

Subject: Re: EasyInstall Error

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Wed Jun 08 2022 07:03:29 EDT from btg1974 Subject: Re: EasyInstall Error

 

Tue Jun 07 2022 11:53:56 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar Subject: Re: EasyInstall Error

Drat. We added some improvements to make it build cleanly on FreeBSD and it looks like we broke it on some Linuxes.

Hold tight and we'll get this stuff sorted out.

Cheers much appreciated



LOOKS LIKE YOU HAVE SORTED IT NOW - IT HAS JUST INSTALLED - THANKS



[#] Wed Jun 08 2022 18:38:50 EDT from FixItDik

Subject: Re: Prospective newbie - where do I ask feature questions please?

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Wed Jun 08 2022 13:26:33 EDT from LadySerenaKitty

If you're running WebCit in your installation, click on "Administration" (in the sidebar), then "Domain names and Internet mail configuration".  I think what you're looking for is RBL hosts.  RBL means "Realtime blocklist" and it's based entirely on IP address.

Alternatively, you can use the firewall provided with your OS.  If your firewall is FreeBSD's IPFW, I can halp set it up.
 

Brilliant, thank you - I am thinking of installing on a Raspberry Pi - just having an issue with the auto-install at the moment but looks like there are some known issues that are being investigated right now so hopefully that'll fix it.

As soon as I get it installed I will go look at the RBL config but it sounds like just what I need.

Cheers

Dik



[#] Wed Jun 08 2022 18:40:41 EDT from FixItDik

Subject: Re: EasyInstall Error

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Wed Jun 08 2022 15:45:08 EDT from btg1974 Subject: Re: EasyInstall Error

 

Wed Jun 08 2022 07:03:29 EDT from btg1974 Subject: Re: EasyInstall Error

 

Tue Jun 07 2022 11:53:56 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar Subject: Re: EasyInstall Error

Drat. We added some improvements to make it build cleanly on FreeBSD and it looks like we broke it on some Linuxes.

Hold tight and we'll get this stuff sorted out.

Cheers much appreciated



LOOKS LIKE YOU HAVE SORTED IT NOW - IT HAS JUST INSTALLED - THANKS



Erm, trying to install on Raspberry Pi and get the following:

E: Failed to fetch http://raspbian.raspberrypi.org/raspbian/pool/main/o/openldap/libldap2-dev_2.4.47+dfsg-3+rpi1+deb10u6_armhf.deb  404  Not Found [IP: 93.93.128.193 80]

Hope this helps you fix it
Regards
Dik


[#] Thu Jun 09 2022 06:38:27 EDT from FixItDik

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I managed to work around this LDAP install issue by installing the slapd package then re-running the easy install but I think it still needs fixing in the easy install?

Wed Jun 08 2022 18:40:41 EDT from FixItDik
 

Erm, trying to install on Raspberry Pi and get the following:

E: Failed to fetch http://raspbian.raspberrypi.org/raspbian/pool/main/o/openldap/libldap2-dev_2.4.47+dfsg-3+rpi1+deb10u6_armhf.deb  404  Not Found [IP: 93.93.128.193 80]

Hope this helps you fix it
Regards
Dik


 



[#] Thu Jun 09 2022 09:06:34 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar

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LOOKS LIKE YOU HAVE SORTED IT NOW - IT HAS JUST INSTALLED - THANKS

That is correct. We are actually moving to a new build system, and a bit of that has been backported to the release to fix that little bug. Enjoy!

[#] Fri Jun 10 2022 14:31:30 EDT from jldavila

Subject: Re: EasyInstall Error

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I am getting this error as well  when trying to install on RedHat. Any possible fix?



[#] Fri Jun 10 2022 15:12:38 EDT from jldavila

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I tried the Easy Install today on RedHat again and am getting the below error. This occurs after the process in the below image.

 

 

 



[#] Sat Jun 11 2022 13:04:29 EDT from awrdgrs

Subject: Re: Filter to move Messages marked by SpamAssassin

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I'm having the same issue.  I just installed Citadel on a new system and duplicated the Server side filters and they no longer work as they did before.  I have the following selected:

X-Spam-Status  |  contains  | True  | Forward to newemail@address.com

I've checked the email and it does contain True.  It is not performing the action.

Any help would be appreciated.

 

Fri Mar 18 2022 13:53:48 EDT from wintpe Subject: Re: Filter to move Messages marked by SpamAssassin

 

Sat Mar 12 2022 15:51:03 EST from manutremo Subject: Re: Filter to move Messages marked by SpamAssassin

Hi, I see this was posted close to 1 yr ago, but I didn't find any answer.

I'm runnning into exactly the same issue as the op, that is, I'm trying to set a rule that checks the X-Spam-Status and sends it to a spam folder if it contains "True" (I checked the headers of a GTUBE email and it contains "True" instead of "Yes" as stated in the spamassassin documentation).

Any idea or workaround?

Thanks in advance,

 

 

Mon Apr 05 2021 08:31:30 EDT from vanadius Subject: Filter to move Messages marked by SpamAssassin

I have a working setup with SpamAssassin marking incoming Mail.

Now I want Citadel to move all marked EMails to a Spam-Folder before delivering them to the clients. As I understand it the way to do that is using the server-side mail filters. I just can't seem to get the filter to work.
I expected the filter to be like:
If |X-Spam-Status| |contains| |True| |Move message to| |Spam| and then |continue processing|

I derived the filter from the EMail headers generated by SpamAssassin (The required value is -10.0 to force the EMail as Spam)

X-Spam-Level: 
X-Spam-Status: True, score=0.8 required=-10.0

However, no EMail matches the filter. If I invert the condition (from |contains| to |does not contain|), all EMails get sent to the Spam folder, so the problem is not with in the moving messages part.

Any Ideas?



 



Just airing the way ive gone about this.

While the basic citadel setup through the admin pages is well covered i found that it was easier to just have citserver answering port 25 and sending on to the smarthost, this keeps the whole thing reliable and easy to follow things when they go wrong.

I run my citadel on rocky but as a virtual machine on a proxmox server, and proxmox also have a mailrelay server that runs as a virtual machine under proxmox.

the mailrelay does everything you are asking for and more, and has a fabulous GUI for setting it all up, although if you want to mess with its postfix main.cf you need to look at its templates as it  updates main.cf through the gui.

 

proxmox mail covers antivirus, spam, whitelists blacklists  logging, dk/dm* 

 

and its free for non commercial use.

 

regards peter 



 



[#] Sun Jun 12 2022 13:44:13 EDT from awrdgrs

Subject: Server-side mail filters

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Can anyone help on the Server-side mail filters?

 

I had an old install of Citadel on Centos 7 and the Service-side mail filters worked well.  Here is the filter:

 

X-Spam-Status | Contains | True | Forward to newemai@address.com

 

I've tried duplicating this on a new Centos 8 build with Citadel from the Easy Install.  The email is never forwarded.

 

I've tried the following:

 

X-Spam-Status | Contains | True | Forward to newemai@address.com

X-Spam-Status | Contains | Yes | Forward to newemai@address.com

X-Spam-Status | Contains | T | Forward to newemai@address.com

X-Spam-Status | Contains | Y | Forward to newemai@address.com

 

None of the above work. 

 

I can forward email using the Subject so that filter does work.  Unfortunately Citadel will not pick up a new subject from Spamassassin.  In other words, Spamassassin changes the subject to ****SPAM**** and citadel doesn't use the new subject.  I've verified that Spamassassin is changing the subject by running tests with Spamassassin.

 

I'm really stuck here and could use some help please.

 

 

 



[#] Sun Jun 12 2022 21:41:48 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar

Subject: Re: Server-side mail filters

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Try the new version, we just did an update.

[#] Sun Jun 12 2022 21:44:32 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar

Subject: Citadel 956 released

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Citadel 956 is now available for download, both as source tarballs and via Easy Install. For those using the container (Docker etc.) package, that will build overnight so it should be online by tomorrow, June 13.

This is the version that finally fixes the bug that made attachments and embedded graphics sometimes fail to work properly on low-spec systems such as Raspberry Pi. So if you were impacted by this bug, now is the time to upgrade!

It also brings a new build system which has been tested, but not extensively tested, so if you're not impacted by any bugs, you might want to let this one pass you by.

Also I think we finally have the changes we made to improve FreeBSD working in a way that doesn't impact Linux anymore.

Share And Enjoy!

[#] Mon Jun 13 2022 10:04:36 EDT from awrdgrs

Subject: Re: Server-side mail filters

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Sun Jun 12 2022 21:41:48 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar Subject: Re: Server-side mail filters
Try the new version, we just did an update.

Thanks for the reply,

 

I didn't try the new version but I don't think the issue is resolved.  I just downloaded the source again and the problem was and still is in serv_inboxrules.c  the field 'compare_me' never gets filled for 'field_xspamstatus' at line 615.    

 

Last night I corrected the src and tried to re-compile using the compile from source instructions on a version of Centos 8.  The compile would not work.  The configure program does not set the folder correctly for the include files.  I corrected that issue and a few others but it still would not compile.  I gave up at that point.

 

I ended up reverting to an older version of Linux (Ubuntu 18.04) with an older version of Citadel (917) that could be installed with apt.  That worked.

 

Regards,

 

Allen



[#] Mon Jun 13 2022 10:49:28 EDT from jldavila

Subject: Re: Easy Install Error

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Just tried doing an Easy Install of Citadel on Red Hat. Still getting the following error:

Error

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

 

Not sure what's causing this error. Please advise.



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