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[#] Wed Jul 26 2017 14:38:46 EDT from dabeegmon @ Uncensored

Subject: wanting to install on a Debian stretch (stable or 9.1 (now)) server

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Greetings

Trying to install and running into the same road block each of 2 times.

1. trying to use easy install

      had a hung install which ended itself (didn't write down the hang point but there were easy 40+ pages in the log file).

2. installing using guide for Debian on the website

   install prints

      no /etc/aliases found

   where this method hangs.

 

Is this because of systemd or dbus newest 'bits'?

 

Any suggestions for a successful install?

(Thinking I would rather use nginx - - -can this be added later?

   Likely just for a small company - - - at most 10ish users - - - the docs don't suggest any need for more resources or should I start and then migrate to more?

      Running on server with dual Xeons and north of 64 GB of ram and lots of HDD so think I have some resources.

      Should I be trying to run on a lxc/d container (trying to learn that too))

 

Hopefully not too many questions

 

TIA

 

Dee



[#] Fri Jul 28 2017 02:26:39 EDT from lol @ Uncensored

Subject: citserver[24073]: CC[3]MSG Message 0 appears to be corrupted.

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Hi, 
I recently upgraded from jessie to stretch. Now I get following message if I want to change a users primary mail address:

 citserver[24073]: CC[3]MSG Message 0 appears to be corrupted.

The server also seems to recognize me as other User. I tried to fix the Database with db_recover and with the provided script.
Thanks in advance! 



[#] Sat Jul 29 2017 23:17:06 EDT from bennabiy @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: citserver[24073]: CC[3]MSG Message 0 appears to be corrupted.

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How did you install? Also, what version of citadel are you running?

Fri Jul 28 2017 02:26:39 AM EDT from lol @ Uncensored Subject: citserver[24073]: CC[3]MSG Message 0 appears to be corrupted.

Hi, 
I recently upgraded from jessie to stretch. Now I get following message if I want to change a users primary mail address:

 citserver[24073]: CC[3]MSG Message 0 appears to be corrupted.

The server also seems to recognize me as other User. I tried to fix the Database with db_recover and with the provided script.
Thanks in advance! 



 



[#] Sun Jul 30 2017 11:43:14 EDT from lol @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: citserver[24073]: CC[3]MSG Message 0 appears to be corrupted.

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Standard version of debian stretch (stable) installed via apt.



[#] Sun Jul 30 2017 12:21:24 EDT from bennabiy @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: citserver[24073]: CC[3]MSG Message 0 appears to be corrupted.

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Which version of Citadel comes with that? I do not know what made it into the distro.

 

I would recommend purging that install and doing easy install. It is almost certainly more stable and up to date than the one in the repository.

Sun Jul 30 2017 11:43:14 AM EDT from lol @ Uncensored Subject: Re: citserver[24073]: CC[3]MSG Message 0 appears to be corrupted.

Standard version of debian stretch (stable) installed via apt.



 



[#] Mon Jul 31 2017 03:12:45 EDT from lol @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: citserver[24073]: CC[3]MSG Message 0 appears to be corrupted.

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Debian stretch comes with Version 902-4.



[#] Mon Jul 31 2017 03:14:32 EDT from lol @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: citserver[24073]: CC[3]MSG Message 0 appears to be corrupted.

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Hmm, does citadel replace the info in any vcard entries of with the information retrieved from an ldap server?



[#] Mon Jul 31 2017 12:27:11 EDT from bennabiy @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: citserver[24073]: CC[3]MSG Message 0 appears to be corrupted.

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Somewhat, although this functionality is being addressed. Initially when a user is created, there is info which is pulled from the LDAP server into the vcard so that citadel has something to work with locally.

Mon Jul 31 2017 03:14:32 AM EDT from lol @ Uncensored Subject: Re: citserver[24073]: CC[3]MSG Message 0 appears to be corrupted.

Hmm, does citadel replace the info in any vcard entries of with the information retrieved from an ldap server?



 



[#] Mon Jul 31 2017 13:28:10 EDT from lol @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: citserver[24073]: CC[3]MSG Message 0 appears to be corrupted.

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Maybe this is part of the problem... I feel like the primary e-mail address gets replaced with the address stored in the ldap directory everytime a user logs in. This was not the case with the Citadel Version from Debian Oldstable (8.24-1).
Hmm.. e-mail is only working for my users if the @domain.tld part is removed from the users primary mail address. Can you give me a hint what may be misconfigured? I spent several hours fixing my problem wihout any luck... :(
Thanks in advance!

Mon Jul 31 2017 12:27:11 EDT from bennabiy @ Uncensored Subject: Re: citserver[24073]: CC[3]MSG Message 0 appears to be corrupted.

Somewhat, although this functionality is being addressed. Initially when a user is created, there is info which is pulled from the LDAP server into the vcard so that citadel has something to work with locally.

 



[#] Mon Jul 31 2017 13:34:12 EDT from lol @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: citserver[24073]: CC[3]MSG Message 0 appears to be corrupted.

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I am 100% sure that citadel replaces the primary mail address with the one stored in the ldap directory everytime a user logs in, I just tested it with an example user.

Mon Jul 31 2017 13:28:10 EDT from lol @ Uncensored Subject: Re: citserver[24073]: CC[3]MSG Message 0 appears to be corrupted.

Maybe this is part of the problem... I feel like the primary e-mail address gets replaced with the address stored in the ldap directory everytime a user logs in. This was not the case with the Citadel Version from Debian Oldstable (8.24-1).
Hmm.. e-mail is only working for my users if the @domain.tld part is removed from the users primary mail address. Can you give me a hint what may be misconfigured? I spent several hours fixing my problem wihout any luck... :(
Thanks in advance!

Mon Jul 31 2017 12:27:11 EDT from bennabiy @ Uncensored Subject: Re: citserver[24073]: CC[3]MSG Message 0 appears to be corrupted.

Somewhat, although this functionality is being addressed. Initially when a user is created, there is info which is pulled from the LDAP server into the vcard so that citadel has something to work with locally.

 



 



[#] Mon Aug 07 2017 17:22:57 EDT from antiskid56 @ Uncensored

Subject: Handling of mail for local users on Stretch

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Hi,

I see others are also writing about issues with Citadel on Debian Stretch. It seems that Debian decided the citadel-server package must conflict with any other package providing an MUA. So after upgrading to Stretch I no longer have Exim4 to process local mail deliveries.

So I no longer am receiving system messages for root in /var/mail, instead they are being processed in some way by Citadel. I see in /var/log/mail.log messages like this:

citserver[19276]: CC[28]MSG root is being forwarded to room_aide

So it looks like citadel is getting messages for root, but I don't know where they are going. There is no user "root" configured in Citadel.

Is it possible to configure such a user, and have it receive the mail normally delivered to /var/mail/root by exim4?

If not, what do you recommend?

Thanks

James R. Phillips



[#] Mon Aug 07 2017 18:00:11 EDT from antiskid56 @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: Handling of mail for local users on Stretch

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OK, nevermind, I found the mail.aliases file, and also the "aide" room, which has the messages I was looking for.



[#] Sun Aug 13 2017 12:25:51 EDT from andersjj @ Uncensored

Subject: forward email rule using port 587

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In a nutshell, what I'm trying to do is to have a forward rule on an inbox that will forward the email to another email address, but not using port 25.  I have port 587 working, but the forward rule tries to use port 25, since I need to have that enabled too.

Is there any way to force the forward rule to use port 587?



[#] Tue Aug 15 2017 14:04:31 EDT from Suns @ Uncensored

Subject: Notes

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In my raspberry citadel installation when I create or edit a Notes during the edition it shows normal, after I press the button save it change all the spaces to +

Could not find any other character with problems.

So "Citadel is incredible" become "Cidatel+is+incredible"

I imagine this is a charset problem but everything is in utf8 I think

 



[#] Tue Aug 15 2017 22:27:52 EDT from bennabiy @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: Notes

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Which citadel is installed? Latest from easy-install?

Tue Aug 15 2017 02:04:31 PM EDT from Suns @ Uncensored Subject: Notes

In my raspberry citadel installation when I create or edit a Notes during the edition it shows normal, after I press the button save it change all the spaces to +

Could not find any other character with problems.

So "Citadel is incredible" become "Cidatel+is+incredible"

I imagine this is a charset problem but everything is in utf8 I think

 



 



[#] Wed Aug 16 2017 00:01:22 EDT from Suns @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: Notes

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Yes, latest from the repository.

 

rpi = Citadel 8.24

linux x64 = Citadel 8.24

 

I tested with my linux mint 17 (so ubuntu repository) machine and got the same result of the raspberry.

 

Here on uncensored it works perfectly using the same browser.

 

I imagine that it is some configuration server side. maybe outside the citadel configuration.

looking inside the data files it can be something to do with ENCODING=QUOTED-PRINTABLE from the data files.

Searching it for a bit I got that it can convert characters and space to plus in a non standard way.

 

I'm using only en_US UTF8 locale.

 

Regards,

Robinson.

 

Tue Aug 15 2017 22:27:52 EDT from bennabiy @ Uncensored Subject: Re: Notes

Which citadel is installed? Latest from easy-install?

Tue Aug 15 2017 02:04:31 PM EDT from Suns @ Uncensored Subject: Notes

In my raspberry citadel installation when I create or edit a Notes during the edition it shows normal, after I press the button save it change all the spaces to +

Could not find any other character with problems.

So "Citadel is incredible" become "Cidatel+is+incredible"

I imagine this is a charset problem but everything is in utf8 I think

 



 



 



[#] Wed Aug 16 2017 11:02:36 EDT from Suns @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: Notes

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I realize that I'm not using the last version now. I will try to put the 911 version on the pi. or my computer first to test this note issue.

Regards,

Robinson



[#] Wed Aug 16 2017 17:06:27 EDT from bennabiy @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: Notes

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Great.

Wed Aug 16 2017 11:02:36 AM EDT from Suns @ Uncensored Subject: Re: Notes

I realize that I'm not using the last version now. I will try to put the 911 version on the pi. or my computer first to test this note issue.

Regards,

Robinson



 



[#] Thu Aug 17 2017 17:55:07 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: citserver[24073]: CC[3]MSG Message 0 appears to be corrupted.

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I am 100% sure that citadel replaces the primary mail address with
the one stored in the ldap directory everytime a user logs in, I just
tested it with an example user.

I think bennabiy is a few steps ahead of you on that one :)

We are currently in the middle of a development cycle that addresses this exact area. We are also moving the "email addresses for this user" out of the vCard and into the user record, where it ought to be. I think the current code in git master avoids copying over the email addresses from LDAP even if you want it to. So I think we'll end up doing something where when you configure an LDAP server, you will have to be asked: Do you want email addresses configured from LDAP? (1) No, (2) On first login only, (3) every time.

Sorry for my less-than-quick response on this; I'm currently nursing a pretty bad injury and am more than a little slow right now.

[#] Sun Aug 20 2017 02:44:18 EDT from ProcrastiNate @ Uncensored

Subject: Login Loop then Please Wait

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I am attempting to create my own citadel server on a Raspberry Pi 3. On the login screen, I enter the correct login information for my admin account. When I click log in, it refreshes. If I press it again, I get stuck on "Please wait..." screen.



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