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[#] Wed Mar 12 2014 13:28:25 EDT from jame @ Rocasa Mail System

Subject: Sent Items?

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Wed Mar 12 2014 12:20:08 EDT from Raul Mauricio Garcia Lara @ Uncensored
Where are storage the mail that is sended?

 

In what sense?  In any case; see if you have a 'room' titled Sent Items in your My Folders list...

 

 

 

Jame

 



[#] Wed Mar 12 2014 16:23:30 EDT from freejs @ Uncensored

Subject: Installation aborted!

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Hi I tried the Easy Install on Ubuntu server 12.10. It aborted and suggested I look in the logs. Here it suggested I should install something called zlib. Not in the Ubuntu depository so I looked on the web and found a page dedicated to it, but not clear how to proceed. Is there a deb package? Are there other dependencies that will be required. There was also this line in the logs, just before the zlib issue - checking minix/config.h usability... no

Is there a reason the Easy Install does not contain all dependencies?

Thanks for any help.

John

 



[#] Wed Mar 12 2014 16:34:14 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored

Subject: Citadel Development room is now accessible by invitation only.

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Attention please:

Due to the increasing number of support requests being inappropriately posted to the developer forum, the Citadel Development room is now accessible by invitation only. I have pre-granted access to the active developers and "friends of the project" of whom I am aware. If I missed anyone, please let me know.

Access to the developer forum does not require that one must be a core developer of the project. However it does require the ability to read and follow written guidelines regarding what is and is not acceptable conversation in a developer forum.


[#] Wed Mar 12 2014 16:54:17 EDT from harryc @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: Citadel Development room is now accessible by invitation only.

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I'd like to be added to the developer group.  I contributed a fix in the past that was accepted.

Harry

 



[#] Wed Mar 12 2014 19:31:38 EDT from alex007 @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: Installation aborted!

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Are you sure, that you haven't zlib in the ubuntu repository? Maybe you need the dev package.

 

http://kobablog.wordpress.com/2011/05/17/how-to-find-and-install-the-missing-file-in-ubuntu/

 

Wed Mar 12 2014 16:23:30 EDT from freejs @ Uncensored Subject: Installation aborted!

Hi I tried the Easy Install on Ubuntu server 12.10. It aborted and suggested I look in the logs. Here it suggested I should install something called zlib. Not in the Ubuntu depository so I looked on the web and found a page dedicated to it, but not clear how to proceed. Is there a deb package? Are there other dependencies that will be required. There was also this line in the logs, just before the zlib issue - checking minix/config.h usability... no

Is there a reason the Easy Install does not contain all dependencies?

Thanks for any help.

John

 



 



[#] Wed Mar 12 2014 21:53:34 EDT from freejs @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: Installation aborted!

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Wed Mar 12 2014 19:31:38 EDT from alex007 @ Uncensored Subject: Re: Installation aborted!

Yes, that link sorted it. The package is actually

zlib1g-dev

Thanks!

 

Are you sure, that you haven't zlib in the ubuntu repository? Maybe you need the dev package.

 

http://kobablog.wordpress.com/2011/05/17/how-to-find-and-install-the-missing-file-in-ubuntu/

 

Wed Mar 12 2014 16:23:30 EDT from freejs @ Uncensored Subject: Installation aborted!

Hi I tried the Easy Install on Ubuntu server 12.10. It aborted and suggested I look in the logs. Here it suggested I should install something called zlib. Not in the Ubuntu depository so I looked on the web and found a page dedicated to it, but not clear how to proceed. Is there a deb package? Are there other dependencies that will be required. There was also this line in the logs, just before the zlib issue - checking minix/config.h usability... no

Is there a reason the Easy Install does not contain all dependencies?

Thanks for any help.

John

 



 



 



[#] Wed Mar 12 2014 23:02:44 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: Citadel Development room is now accessible by invitation only.

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I'd like to be added to the developer group.  I contributed a fix in
the past that was accepted.

ok

[#] Thu Mar 13 2014 04:22:56 EDT from "Paul Welsh" <paul@welshfamily.com> to Citadel Support <citadel_support@citadel.org>

Subject: Re: Sent mail items in web client

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To elaborate, I have no room called Sent Items when I logon to the web client.  I installed Citadel using:
sudo apt-get install citadel-suitesudo 
last week on Debian 6.x (squeeze).

If any developers monitor this list I'd also like to say congratulations on creating a product that installs so easily.


On 12 March 2014 12:47, Citadel Support <citadel_support@citadel.org> wrote:
 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------
From: Paul Welsh <paul@welshfamily.com>
Subject: Sent mail items in web client

Could someone please just confirm that the Citadel web client doesn't store
sent email messages.




[#] Thu Mar 13 2014 18:06:49 EDT from mo @ Uncensored

Subject: Questions: sending mail from unsensored, talker(?)

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Hi, i have a couple of simple questions:

I have an account on uncensored.citadel.org and to my joy i find i have a nice email address. I can receive mail from outside but i cannot send mail, and get an error message, " You do not have permission to send network mail" .  Is uncensored a demo version of a citadel server for the public to poke around on, aswell as being a BBS etc...? (AKA can iz getz permissions to send emails? :P).

 

Also the chat function:  i have tried using the web chat thingey, and i'm not sure if it is like an irc channel i.e shared. I have just logged in via telnet to the BBS and am trying to do the same in the chat thingey (room, talker...?) . Is there a real time talker type program that i can use even if it's only on the BBS?

 

 



[#] Fri Mar 14 2014 00:10:21 EDT from ax25 @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: Citadel Development room is now accessible by invitation only.

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Wed Mar 12 2014 04:34:14 PM EDT from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored Subject: Citadel Development room is now accessible by invitation only.

Attention please:

Due to the increasing number of support requests being inappropriately posted to the developer forum, the Citadel Development room is now accessible by invitation only. I have pre-granted access to the active developers and "friends of the project" of whom I am aware. If I missed anyone, please let me know.

Access to the developer forum does not require that one must be a core developer of the project. However it does require the ability to read and follow written guidelines regarding what is and is not acceptable conversation in a developer forum.

Would it be possible to make it available via a list subscribe (i.e. read only?)



[#] Fri Mar 14 2014 07:43:09 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: Questions: sending mail from unsensored, talker(?)

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mo: easy questions have easy answers ;)

Uncensored is a fully functioning mail system but we don't grant permission to send Internet mail by default, because unfortunately it gets exploited by spammers. However I'd be happy to enable Internet mail on your account and will do so right now.

The chat function operates on a per-room basis. In other words, when you enter chat, you will be communicating with anyone who is also logged into chat in the SAME room you're in. Unfortunately this function doesn't get much use on Uncensored.

[#] Fri Mar 14 2014 09:01:38 EDT from mo @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: Questions: sending mail from unsensored, talker(?)

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Fri Mar 14 2014 07:43:09 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored Subject: Re: Questions: sending mail from unsensored, talker(?)

mo: easy questions have easy answers ;)

Uncensored is a fully functioning mail system but we don't grant permission to send Internet mail by default, because unfortunately it gets exploited by spammers. However I'd be happy to enable Internet mail on your account and will do so right now.

The chat function operates on a per-room basis. In other words, when you enter chat, you will be communicating with anyone who is also logged into chat in the SAME room you're in. Unfortunately this function doesn't get much use on Uncensored.

:) Thanks  IGnatius!  You made my day :DI promise not to spam anyone!



[#] Fri Mar 14 2014 09:33:42 EDT from MauriceSabourin @ Uncensored

Subject: New to Citadel

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Hi

 

I am trying to run Citadel on a fresh ubuntu server v12.04. Citadel is installed. Is there a place I can go to get a decent tutorial on what to do next...

I have some knowledge linux. Zero knowledge of citadel.

 

Thank you

 

Microsoft is dead, long live linux...

 

 

 



[#] Sat Mar 15 2014 00:43:56 EDT from buzz @ Uncensored

Subject: Calendar Event Reminder

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Hi All,

I've just finished getting Citadel running on my old Debian web server, so a big thanks to all the developers.

At this stage I am using it to share a calendar with two other people. I have managed to get it to send us all an email when anyone alters the calender, so that's cool, but I can't find any information on automated reminders.

Is there a way to get Citadel to send me an email a set period of time before a calendar event?

Thanks again.



[#] Sat Mar 15 2014 13:53:11 EDT from velocite @ Uncensored

Subject: Pop3 retrieval and server-side mail filters

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Citadel 7.86 on Ubuntu 12.04 (64-bit)

 

Server-Side filter rule:  Subject Is "test example" Move message to XXX and then stop.

 

If I send a test email to user admin, with subject "test example", from a Thunderbird client connected via IMAP to our Citadel server, the filter fires and moves the email from admin's inbox to XXX as expected.

 

However when Citadel retrieves emails viaPOP3 from our external (ISPhosted) email server, the filters appear less reliable, So, for instance, an email with subject "test example", will not trigger the filter and remains in admin's inbox.

  

 

Is there an obvious explanation for this behaviour?



[#] Sun Mar 16 2014 09:44:54 EDT from "ben-Nabiy Derush" <bennabiy@msrfarm.com> to citadel_support@citadel.org

Subject: Re: [Citadel Support] (no subject)

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We currently are using citadel to citadel communication to remove
outside email and use citadel for communication between two domains
only. Would this be interrupted?

We have internet mail off, but use the smtp features for local users
to mail each other, but not outside domains, with the exception of the
other citadel domain. We share a Global Address book, and for all
intensive purposes have the two machines mirroring each other, except
for local mail stores ( they both can function independently as well).

Is this going to be broken?

On 01/03/2014 06:35 PM, IGnatius T Foobar wrote:

We're looking to do a fairly significant data model change, so I
wanted to check to make sure no one is using a feature which we
would like to deprecate:


Are there any known cases where someone has an Internet email
domain spread out across multiple Citadel servers, by sharing the
Global Address Book room and making every Citadel an SMTP server?

This was intended to build distributed systems, but I don't know of
anyone actually using this feature. We would like to remove it.
In fact, we would like to remove Citadel-to-Citadel networking
entirely in its current form, and replace it with NNTP as the
primary means of sharing rooms between Citadel sites.

If anyone actually has an installation where Global Address Book is
shared and being used for a distributed email domain, please let me
know immediately so we can find an ongoing solution for you. In
the meantime please consider this feature deprecated, and it will
be removed in Citadel 9.



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??????? ?????? ??? ?????
ben-Nabiy Derush of Yowceph
The Community Conference Center
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[#] Sun Mar 16 2014 11:40:21 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: [Citadel Support] (no subject)

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We have internet mail off, but use the smtp features for local users
to mail each other, but not outside domains, with the exception of the

other citadel domain. We share a Global Address book, and for all
intensive purposes have the two machines mirroring each other, except
for local mail stores ( they both can function independently as well).


Is this going to be broken?

It will not be broken but it might require some configuration changes. The thing we ae looking to discontinue is to have a single Internet domain name spread across users on two or more separate Citadel servers.

[#] Sun Mar 16 2014 11:57:10 EDT from Sebby @ Uncensored

Subject: Suggestion: DMARC-Safe Mailing Lists

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Posting via the forum because my list mail seems to have been eaten up somewhere …

 

Hi,

I need a guarantee that Citadel will never send email from <> through a smarthost, and also that every message it originates will have envelope sender or sender fields inside an explicit list of domains.  This is now being enforced by more and more cloud-based email relays, like Amazon's SES, and it's also the basis of DMARC tests.  It's misguided, but it is what it is.

One effect of this is that it messes up mailing lists.  Posters can't have an explicitly-authorised sender domain.

Mailman "Solves" the problem this way: it swaps the Reply-To and From: fields, so From: is the list and Reply-To: the sender.

Citadel has a directory, so one obvious and safe way to "Solve" the problem in Citadel is an extra control: mailing lists may only have subscribers inside our domains (or explicitly include everyone in our directory).  This is basically the same thing as asking all your subscribers to use your IMAP service, which already has support for browsing rooms, but right now there is no means to direct replies back to the "List" that way.  Also, there's no "No mail" flag on subscribers, so everyone gets duplicate postings--once to list, and once to the board.  However, with a subscriber list, you can at least control postings from the Internet, allowing legitimate users to interact with the board using just email.

I don't really know what the answer is, but now I'm just allowing public postings to the room address (unsafe, and means I have to watch the spam intake).  I simply don't use the list exploder function at all, because it's DMARC-unsafe.  If that changed to allow explicit internal-only subscribers, or did the Mailman trick, it'd be golden for EC2 and SES.

Cheers,
Sabahattin



[#] Sun Mar 16 2014 12:06:01 EDT from "ben-Nabiy Derush" <bennabiy@msrfarm.com> to citadel_support@citadel.org

Subject: Re: [Citadel Support] (no subject)

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We currently would like to work towards either having two domains
which are only able to send to each other (basically for the use that
if one is down, the other will work).

We either want two citadel servers to be able to send mail to each
other only, under two different domains,

or

We want them to share a common domain name, and have them share rooms
and folders to basically make them identical, with small local
customizations. We use LDAP authentication, and would use the same
auth for both servers.

I am willing to get into the code to make sure we can do what we need,
as we love using Citadel.

On 03/16/2014 11:40 AM, IGnatius T Foobar wrote:
We have internet mail off, but use the smtp features for local
users to mail each other, but not outside domains, with the
exception of the

other citadel domain. We share a Global Address book, and for all
intensive purposes have the two machines mirroring each other,
except for local mail stores ( they both can function
independently as well).


Is this going to be broken?

It will not be broken but it might require some configuration
changes. The thing we ae looking to discontinue is to have a
single Internet domain name spread across users on two or more
separate Citadel servers.



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??????? ?????? ??? ?????
ben-Nabiy Derush of Yowceph
The Community Conference Center
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[#] Sun Mar 16 2014 12:26:16 EDT from "ben-Nabiy Derush" <bennabiy@msrfarm.com> to citadel_support@citadel.org

Subject: Re: [Citadel Support] Citadel Development room is now accessible by invitation only.

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I would like access to the Developer Room, if possible.

On 03/12/2014 04:34 PM, IGnatius T Foobar wrote:

Attention please:

Due to the increasing number of support requests being
inappropriately posted to the developer forum, the Citadel
Development room is now accessible by invitation only. I have
pre-granted access to the active developers and "friends of the
project" of whom I am aware. If I missed anyone, please let me
know.


Access to the developer forum does not require that one must be a
core developer of the project. However it does require the ability
to read and follow written guidelines regarding what is and is not
acceptable conversation in a developer forum.




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