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[#] Mon Feb 02 2015 15:39:58 EST from thompsonson @ Uncensored

Subject: Local dumbed down mail server

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Hi,

Can Citadel be used as a dumbed down local mail server; in that I mean it will download email, via POP3, from a host (e.g. one where all emails xxxx@domain.com are delivered to one mail box) and then distribute them to users?

Matt

 



[#] Mon Feb 02 2015 16:52:43 EST from "Phil Schilling" <pjschilling@gcstech.net> to citadel_support@citadel.org

Subject: Whitelisting

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I thought I had this issue fixed, but I cannot get an email domain whitelisted. I have added
whitelist_from *.<domainname>.com, with the actual domain name between the <> to the /etc/spamassassin/local.cf file and also the /usr/share/spamassassin/local.cf file. I have reloaded the Spamassassin deamon and restarted Citadel. It still rejects mail from the domain above with stat=550 message rejected by spam filter#015

Can someone please hit me with a clue bat and tell me what I am missing? Thanks in advance.

Phil

[#] Mon Feb 02 2015 16:54:25 EST from TaMeR @ Uncensored to Citadel Support <citadel_support@citadel.org>

Subject: Re: Local dumbed down mail server

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On 02/02/2015 10:39 PM, thompsonson wrote:
Hi,

Can Citadel be used as a dumbed down local mail server; in that I mean
it will download email, via POP3, from a host (e.g. one where all emails
xxxx@domain.com are delivered to one mail box) and then distribute them
to users?

Matt



They would all end up in a single folder on citadel.
Then you would have to use some other means to deliver them.

Maybe sieve.

Why would you do that?

[#] Mon Feb 02 2015 17:17:09 EST from thompsonson @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: Local dumbed down mail server

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I set up a couple of Mercury Mail servers (a decade ago) on that principal, I'm sort of going to last known working state :) The main points for me are:

1. Easier maintenance, if something goes wrong I can still access emails via my provider whilst I fix the server (99% of my projects don't work for long without them breaking or me breaking them ;-))

2. I don't have a server available on the internet, I sort of know enough about managing this to be sure I don't have time\patience to maintain one properly

The main objective to to get all my email into one centralised place where I can run my own backups and have IMAP connections to it from various devices.

After a bit more reading I'm thinking I may be able to achieve this with individual user accounts, and set each one up to download from external sources (e.g. user@mydomain.com and user@gmail.com)

Matt

 

 

Mon Feb 02 2015 16:54:25 EST from TaMeR @ Uncensored Subject: Re: Local dumbed down mail server
On 02/02/2015 10:39 PM, thompsonson wrote:
Hi,

Can Citadel be used as a dumbed down local mail server; in that I mean
it will download email, via POP3, from a host (e.g. one where all emails
xxxx@domain.com are delivered to one mail box) and then distribute them
to users?

Matt


They would all end up in a single folder on citadel.
Then you would have to use some other means to deliver them.

Maybe sieve.

Why would you do that?

 



[#] Mon Feb 02 2015 17:31:37 EST from TaMeR @ Uncensored to Citadel Support <citadel_support@citadel.org>

Subject: Re: Local dumbed down mail server

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I am still not getting it.
Do you have multiple users that need to get mail delivered to from a
single pop3 account? And if so how many accounts are we talking here?

Those multiple devices would only be able to access the mail in your
home, not when on the road. At leased not without additional dns setup.

There are a couple of mail synchronization tools, written in perl,
python and golang that could be used. But before we get there let's
understand exactly what you are trying to accomplish.




On 02/03/2015 12:17 AM, thompsonson wrote:
I set up a couple of Mercury Mail servers (a decade ago) on that
principal, I'm sort of going to last known working state :) The main
points for me are:

1. Easier maintenance, if something goes wrong I can still access emails
via my provider whilst I fix the server (99% of my projects don't work
for long without them breaking or me breaking them ;-))

2. I don't have a server available on the internet, I sort of know
enough about managing this to be sure I don't have time\patience to
maintain one properly

The main objective to to get all my email into one centralised place
where I can run my own backups and have IMAP connections to it from
various devices.

After a bit more reading I'm thinking I may be able to achieve this with
individual user accounts, and set each one up to download from external
sources (e.g. user@mydomain.com and user@gmail.com)

Matt





Mon Feb 02 2015 16:54:25 EST from TaMeR @ Uncensored Subject: Re:
Local dumbed down mail server
On 02/02/2015 10:39 PM, thompsonson wrote:

Hi,

Can Citadel be used as a dumbed down local mail server; in that
I mean
it will download email, via POP3, from a host (e.g. one where
all emails
xxxx@domain.com are delivered to one mail box) and then
distribute them
to users?

Matt


They would all end up in a single folder on citadel.
Then you would have to use some other means to deliver them.

Maybe sieve.

Why would you do that?

[#] Tue Feb 03 2015 02:41:32 EST from thompsonson @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: Local dumbed down mail server

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Yeah, I have a few mailboxes currently configured on my hosting provider. There are currently no more than 5. Using the hosting provider has some storage limitations\costs that I'd like to avoid as well.

I have the ability to VPN into my internal network so devices would have access. Might indirectly open the IMAP\SMTP ports as well but prefer the VPN option currently. By indirectly I mean open a random port e.g. 9999 and redirect to my SMTP service.

 

Mon Feb 02 2015 17:31:37 EST from TaMeR @ Uncensored Subject: Re: Local dumbed down mail server
I am still not getting it.
Do you have multiple users that need to get mail delivered to from a
single pop3 account? And if so how many accounts are we talking here?

Those multiple devices would only be able to access the mail in your
home, not when on the road. At leased not without additional dns setup.

There are a couple of mail synchronization tools, written in perl,
python and golang that could be used. But before we get there let's
understand exactly what you are trying to accomplish.




On 02/03/2015 12:17 AM, thompsonson wrote:
I set up a couple of Mercury Mail servers (a decade ago) on that
principal, I'm sort of going to last known working state :) The main
points for me are:

1. Easier maintenance, if something goes wrong I can still access emails
via my provider whilst I fix the server (99% of my projects don't work
for long without them breaking or me breaking them ;-))

2. I don't have a server available on the internet, I sort of know
enough about managing this to be sure I don't have time\patience to
maintain one properly

The main objective to to get all my email into one centralised place
where I can run my own backups and have IMAP connections to it from
various devices.

After a bit more reading I'm thinking I may be able to achieve this with
individual user accounts, and set each one up to download from external
sources (e.g. user@mydomain.com and user@gmail.com)

Matt





Mon Feb 02 2015 16:54:25 EST from TaMeR @ Uncensored Subject: Re:
Local dumbed down mail server
On 02/02/2015 10:39 PM, thompsonson wrote:

Hi,

Can Citadel be used as a dumbed down local mail server; in that
I mean
it will download email, via POP3, from a host (e.g. one where
all emails
xxxx@domain.com are delivered to one mail box) and then
distribute them
to users?

Matt


They would all end up in a single folder on citadel.
Then you would have to use some other means to deliver them.

Maybe sieve.

Why would you do that?

 



[#] Tue Feb 03 2015 07:20:30 EST from TaMeR @ Uncensored to Citadel Support <citadel_support@citadel.org>

Subject: Re: Local dumbed down mail server

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So there is not a lot of users just you using 5 accounts.
The simplest solution is the one you have already figured out on your own.

Each folder can have it's own pop3 retrieval no need to create multiple
accounts on your citadel.

Create a single account in your local citadel server.
Create a private mail room for each of the pop3 accounts you like to import.

Select one of the folders.
Go to :
Adanced settings
Edit or delete this room
Remote retrieval (last tap)
Enter the info.

Do this for each folder.




On 02/03/2015 09:41 AM, thompsonson wrote:
Yeah, I have a few mailboxes currently configured on my hosting
provider. There are currently no more than 5. Using the hosting provider
has some storage limitations\costs that I'd like to avoid as well.

I have the ability to VPN into my internal network so devices would have
access. Might indirectly open the IMAP\SMTP ports as well but prefer the
VPN option currently. By indirectly I mean open a random port e.g. 9999
and redirect to my SMTP service.

[#] Tue Feb 03 2015 07:40:18 EST from TaMeR @ Uncensored to Citadel Support <citadel_support@citadel.org>

Subject: Re: Local dumbed down mail server

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Once you have done the above you can also setup citadels smtp to relay
to a smarthost.
Basically send email from citadel out, have citadel deliver the mail to
your email provider, so that the email provider sends the mail.
If you do that your local sendmail application will work too.

See here:
http://www.citadel.org/doku.php/faq:installation:relay

[#] Tue Feb 03 2015 16:31:53 EST from thompsonson @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: Local dumbed down mail server

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Thanks TaMeR, I'll try that out. 



[#] Wed Feb 04 2015 18:01:36 EST from psiglin @ Uncensored

Subject: secure mail

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Is there a way to configure citadel to be used as a secure email appliance? I would like to do something similar to zixmail. Users enters an email and a notification is sent out to the users remote email server notifying them they have a message waiting on the bbs.



[#] Thu Feb 05 2015 08:42:00 EST from dothebart @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: secure mail

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Citadel can trigger HTTP requests on incomming mails - if thats what you need?



[#] Thu Feb 05 2015 09:07:27 EST from "mattias" <mj@mjw.se> to <citadel_support@citadel.org>

Subject: webcit port

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i installed citadel and webcit in centos6 using yum
but what are the port for webcit
not 80


[#] Thu Feb 05 2015 09:21:23 EST from TaMeR @ Uncensored to Citadel Support <citadel_support@citadel.org>

Subject: Re: webcit port

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On 02/05/2015 04:07 PM, mattias wrote:
i installed citadel and webcit in centos6 using yum
but what are the port for webcit
not 80

Unless centos modified it default port for webcit is 2000
http://www.citadel.org/doku.php/documentation:cmdman:webcit

[#] Thu Feb 05 2015 09:40:21 EST from "mattias" <mj@mjw.se> to <citadel_support@citadel.org>

Subject: Re: [Citadel Support] Re: webcit port

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so
http://mjw.se:2000
not work
and not https

-----Ursprungligt meddelande-----
From: TaMeR
Sent: Thursday, February 5, 2015 3:21 PM
To: Citadel Support
Subject: [Citadel Support] Re: webcit port


On 02/05/2015 04:07 PM, mattias wrote:
i installed citadel and webcit in centos6 using yum
but what are the port for webcit
not 80

Unless centos modified it default port for webcit is 2000
http://www.citadel.org/doku.php/documentation:cmdman:webcit

[#] Thu Feb 05 2015 10:53:12 EST from dothebart @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: webcit port

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[#] Thu Feb 05 2015 10:56:05 EST from "mattias" <mj@mjw.se> to <citadel_support@citadel.org>

Subject: Re: [Citadel Support] Re: webcit port

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i solved it
seems debian packages are more custom..
From: dothebart
Sent: Thursday, February 5, 2015 4:53 PM
Subject: [Citadel Support] Re: webcit port
 

please have a look at this faq:

http://citadel.org/doku.php/faq:mastering_your_os:net#networking



[#] Thu Feb 05 2015 10:59:24 EST from TaMeR @ Uncensored to Citadel Support <citadel_support@citadel.org>

Subject: Re: [Citadel Support] Re: webcit port

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Check your ports. One of those should be webcit.

Either one of these commands should work to check your open ports

lsof -i
netstat -lptu
netstat -tulpn

[#] Thu Feb 05 2015 16:05:56 EST from TaMeR @ Uncensored to Citadel Support <citadel_support@citadel.org>

Subject: Thanx for the fix

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Don't know what you did, or even who did it, but just upgraded my webcit
and the custom templates from /var/lib/citadel-webcit/ are loading now.

Thanks for the fix.

Anyone interested in what I am changing may look here:

https://bitbucket.org/robotamer/citadel-templat

Just just minor stuff though

[#] Thu Feb 05 2015 16:09:10 EST from TaMeR @ Uncensored to Citadel Support <citadel_support@citadel.org>

Subject: Re: Thanx for the fix

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Sorry that link is missing a letter

https://bitbucket.org/robotamer/citadel-template

[#] Thu Feb 05 2015 19:58:52 EST from TaMeR @ Uncensored

Subject: Suppenkasper alert! ???

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What is this?

Suppenkasper alert! watch your webcit logfile and get connected to your favourite opensource Crew.

http://code.citadel.org/?p=citadel.git;a=commitdiff_plain;h=5df212ca835b2806e262e28fd6c22c806a479f7e



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