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[#] Mon Jan 26 2015 00:08:11 EST from Chuck Norris @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: Address family not supported by protocol

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Sun Jan 25 2015 04:00:19 EST from dothebart @ Uncensored Subject: Re: Address family not supported by protocol

go away zimbra troll and waste somebody elses time.



Sorry but are you capable of helping people without insulting them when something unexpected happens? also, your post telling the guy to fuck off citadel and pay for email was just douvhbageTy. 

I think it's obvois whose the real troll here



[#] Mon Jan 26 2015 15:38:32 EST from gcstech @ Uncensored

Subject: whitelisting

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I have a sender that gets a stat=550 message rejected by spam filter#015.  Where in Citadel to I whitelist this sender?  thanks in advance.

 

Phil

 



[#] Mon Jan 26 2015 16:49:43 EST from gcstech @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: whitelisting

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Mon Jan 26 2015 15:38:32 EST from gcstech @ Uncensored Subject: whitelisting

I have a sender that gets a stat=550 message rejected by spam filter#015.  Where in Citadel to I whitelist this sender?  thanks in advance.

 

Phil

 

Sorry,
I had a typo in the local.cf file.  That is why it wasn't working.
 
Phil


 



[#] Tue Jan 27 2015 02:32:43 EST from Freejack @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: How do I start Citadel?

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Wed Jan 21 2015 05:21:04 EST from dothebart @ Uncensored Subject: Re: How do I start Citadel?

 

Wed Jan 21 2015 05:03:13 EST from lumiette @ Uncensored Subject: How do I start Citadel?

Hello!

I've installed it on my Manjaro system via yaourt, but I honestly have no clue what to do now. I can't find it anywhere, despite it having been successfully installed -- although webcit fails

==> Entering fakeroot environment...
==> Starting package()...
cp: cannot stat ‘/tmp/yaourt-tmp-user/aur-webcit/webcit.service’: No such file or directory
==> ERROR: A failure occurred in package().
    Aborting...
==> ERROR: Makepkg was unable to build webcit.
==> Restart building webcit ? [y/N]
==> -------------------------------

What should I do?



I'm sorry I have no clue at all what the arch yaourt does inside. Whatever it tries in there, you will have to come with a little more detail, else I won't be able to help.



That is a busted package build in yaourt. Your best bet is to install it using the easyinstaller. Once you do that you can use the instructions from here:

http://www.citadel.org/doku.php/installation:easyinstall:start

 

I have only one issue I have not been able to resolve with this and that is use systemd instead of it using init.d. Is there a way to get the citadel.service and webcit.service files for systemd?



[#] Tue Jan 27 2015 09:21:43 EST from citadel4dje @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: Hostname and FQDN and Citadel

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With all respect, Im new to Linux but know Windows very well. Im a Windows guys so far and knows how to do things there!!

YES, I am NEW to Linux and Im wanting to learn Linux systems. Have now worked a little with Linux in about ½ year and like it a lot.
In the beginning Im dependant on using guides ;) ..I just thought a good system like this would also have guides to help people set it up and use their systems.

Didn't know you had to be a professional Linux and Citadel user in order to get help in order to try out your system ;)

I'll find someone else who are more willing to help a Linux newbie with my Citadel installation!

Have fun guys...



[#] Tue Jan 27 2015 09:53:28 EST from Freakdog @ Dog Pound BBS II

Subject: Re: Hostname and FQDN and Citadel

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citadel4dje: See the reply from dothebart, which did refer you to documentation that addresses the situation about which you inquired.



[#] Fri Jan 30 2015 08:54:40 EST from Freejack @ Uncensored

Subject: Whitelist for domains/IP's?

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Is there any possibility of doing this? Whitelisting domians against DNSRBL. With attempts to keep spam to a minimium sometimes legit domains get caught up in lists.



[#] Fri Jan 30 2015 10:14:22 EST from dothebart @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: Whitelist for domains/IP's?

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No, citadel doesn't implement whitelisting from blacklisting.

If you want that, you'd probably need to run postfix as frontend-mta.



[#] Fri Jan 30 2015 12:51:05 EST from TaMeR @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: Whitelist for domains/IP's?

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Fri Jan 30 2015 08:54:40 EST from Freejack @ Uncensored Subject: Whitelist for domains/IP's?

Is there any possibility of doing this? Whitelisting domians against DNSRBL. With attempts to keep spam to a minimium sometimes legit domains get caught up in lists.



That used to be a problem many years ago, now a days RBL's are very reliable.
I even got rid of spamassign RBL's are the way to go.

Also if a domain is black listed, then the owner will find out quite quickly anyhow.

 



[#] Fri Jan 30 2015 14:39:11 EST from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: How do I start Citadel?

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I have only one issue I have not been able to resolve with this and
that is use systemd instead of it using init.d. Is there a way to get
the citadel.service and webcit.service files for systemd?

It does appear that systemd scripts are something we'll have to do sooner than later. I'll see about what that involves, but in the mean time, may I suggest that you simply start up Citadel and WebCit using rc.local:

/usr/local/citadel/citserver -d
/usr/local/webcit/webcit -d -p80 uds /usr/local/citadel

(Adjust as needed for your pathnames and ports of course.)

-d tells each of the programs to go into the background.

[#] Fri Jan 30 2015 14:52:28 EST from TaMeR @ Uncensored to citadel_support@citadel.org

Subject: Re: How do I start Citadel?

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On 01/30/2015 09:39 PM, IGnatius T Foobar wrote:
I have only one issue I have not been able to resolve with this and
that is use systemd instead of it using init.d. Is there a way to get
the citadel.service and webcit.service files for systemd?

It does appear that systemd scripts are something we'll have to do sooner
than later. I'll see about what that involves, but in the mean time, may
I suggest that you simply start up Citadel and WebCit using rc.local:

/usr/local/citadel/citserver -d
/usr/local/webcit/webcit -d -p80 uds /usr/local/citadel

(Adjust as needed for your pathnames and ports of course.)

-d tells each of the programs to go into the background.



I am on a Debian testing and the old startup scripts seam to be all
compatible with systemd.

system webcit start

works for me. Am I missing something here?

[#] Fri Jan 30 2015 15:35:52 EST from "Stefan Jakobs" <stefan@localside.net> to citadel_support@citadel.org

Subject: Re: [Citadel Support] Re: How do I start Citadel?

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Am Freitag, 30. Januar 2015, 20:39:11 schrieben Sie:
I have only one issue I have not been able to resolve with this and
that is use systemd instead of it using init.d. Is there a way to get
the citadel.service and webcit.service files for systemd?

It does appear that systemd scripts are something we'll have to do sooner
than later. I'll see about what that involves, but in the mean time, may
I suggest that you simply start up Citadel and WebCit using rc.local:

/usr/local/citadel/citserver -d
/usr/local/webcit/webcit -d -p80 uds /usr/local/citadel

(Adjust as needed for your pathnames and ports of course.)

-d tells each of the programs to go into the background.

The RPMS provide systemd service files for a while now.

see:
https://build.opensuse.org/package/view_file/home:homueller:citadel/citadel/citadel.service?expand=1

https://build.opensuse.org/package/view_file/home:homueller:citadel/webcit/webcit.service?expand=1

regards
stefan

[#] Fri Jan 30 2015 17:53:24 EST from skylughre @ Uncensored

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Is there a way to not send a Received header on emails from SMTP? It includes the client IP address.

Thanks



[#] Sat Jan 31 2015 00:49:14 EST from Freejack @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: How do I start Citadel?

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Fri Jan 30 2015 14:39:11 EST from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored Subject: Re: How do I start Citadel?
I have only one issue I have not been able to resolve with this and
that is use systemd instead of it using init.d. Is there a way to get
the citadel.service and webcit.service files for systemd?

It does appear that systemd scripts are something we'll have to do sooner than later. I'll see about what that involves, but in the mean time, may I suggest that you simply start up Citadel and WebCit using rc.local:

/usr/local/citadel/citserver -d
/usr/local/webcit/webcit -d -p80 uds /usr/local/citadel

(Adjust as needed for your pathnames and ports of course.)

-d tells each of the programs to go into the background.

I will try that, this is on Arch (which is running on an Odroid XU3-Lite, I am testing this out for low power consumption setups that are in the middle of no where.) I was just trying to see what my options where on reboot and auto start without having to create some scripts. Also thank you for Citadel. I think you will see an increase in users over tehnext couple years with this testing I am doing.



[#] Sat Jan 31 2015 00:51:36 EST from Freejack @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: Whitelist for domains/IP's?

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Fri Jan 30 2015 12:51:05 EST from TaMeR @ Uncensored Subject: Re: Whitelist for domains/IP's?

 

Fri Jan 30 2015 08:54:40 EST from Freejack @ Uncensored Subject: Whitelist for domains/IP's?

Is there any possibility of doing this? Whitelisting domians against DNSRBL. With attempts to keep spam to a minimium sometimes legit domains get caught up in lists.



That used to be a problem many years ago, now a days RBL's are very reliable.
I even got rid of spamassign RBL's are the way to go.

Also if a domain is black listed, then the owner will find out quite quickly anyhow.

 

What RBL's are you having success with?

 



[#] Sun Feb 01 2015 07:57:42 EST from JustMe @ Uncensored

Subject: Retrieving a list of mail addresses and aliases

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Hi,

is there any way to retrieve a list of all currently configured mail addresses and aliases from the system?

I found the userlist command, but that seems to print out the login names only. 

 

Second question: I noticed it's possible to configure one accounts email address as an alias for a second account. For example, I have 

user1, mail address user1@example.com

user2, mail address user2@example.com

and I can now enter user1@example.com as an alias for user2. I can also use the same alias for two different accounts and I'm not sure if that's on purpose, it can get a bit confusing...

 

 

 



[#] Mon Feb 02 2015 02:21:11 EST from dothebart @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: Retrieving a list of mail addresses and aliases

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Sun Feb 01 2015 07:57:42 ESTfrom JustMe @ Uncensored Subject: Retrieving a list of mail addresses and aliases

Hi,

is there any way to retrieve a list of all currently configured mail addresses and aliases from the system?

I found the userlist command, but that seems to print out the login names only. 

Well, not directly. you can browse the vcards in the 'global addressbook' - room.

The most convenient way is to rebuild the internal addressbook:

sendcommand IGAB

which will then  in term dump all mappings to syslog.

However, this does not contain the mail.aliases file.

Checking the recipient of an email can be done with

sendcommand RWHO user2@example.com

 

Second question: I noticed it's possible to configure one accounts email address as an alias for a second account. For example, I have 

user1, mail address user1@example.com

user2, mail address user2@example.com

and I can now enter user1@example.com as an alias for user2. I can also use the same alias for two different accounts and I'm not sure if that's on purpose, it can get a bit confusing...

Its first come first serve. the second should get an error message. It could be that this only appears right in the current development version :-(

mail.aliases always wins.

Mail.aliases is used for public room or mailinglist aliases, plus the RFC required addresses for postmaster etc.Adding one to those requires aide privileges afair.



[#] Mon Feb 02 2015 02:23:25 EST from dothebart @ Uncensored

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Fri Jan 30 2015 17:53:24 EST from skylughre @ Uncensored

Is there a way to not send a Received header on emails from SMTP? It includes the client IP address.

Thanks

sorry, there is on easy way for this.

I remember people solving this with an outbound postfix relay with a milter.

Its usually only neccessary if you have the citserver running in a private network, where you should have an outbound relay anyways.



[#] Mon Feb 02 2015 05:43:34 EST from JustMe @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: Retrieving a list of mail addresses and aliases

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Thanks for your quick reply, much appreciated.

 



[#] Mon Feb 02 2015 07:37:27 EST from TaMeR @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: Retrieving a list of mail addresses and aliases

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Sun Feb 01 2015 07:57:42 EST from JustMe @ Uncensored Subject: Retrieving a list of mail addresses and aliases

Hi,

is there any way to retrieve a list of all currently configured mail addresses and aliases from the system?

I found the userlist command, but that seems to print out the login names only. 

 

Second question: I noticed it's possible to configure one accounts email address as an alias for a second account. For example, I have 

user1, mail address user1@example.com

user2, mail address user2@example.com

and I can now enter user1@example.com as an alias for user2. I can also use the same alias for two different accounts and I'm not sure if that's on purpose, it can get a bit confusing...

 

 

 




You can use Citadel Sync to output contacts from any contacts folder in vCard format.

See below:

-- 
TaMeR

Citadel Sync:
https://bitbucket.org/gotamer/citadel/wiki/CitadelSync

Citadel Go Library:
https://bitbucket.org/gotamer/citadel

Citadel PHP:
https://bitbucket.org/robotamer/citadelphp



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