Wolfgang Sourdeau | 1 Dec 01:16 2009
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Re: SOGo nightly + Funambol

Hi Steve,
> EXCEPTION: <NSException: 0x85a2880> NAME:NSInvalidArgumentException
REASON:GSMutableString(instance) does not recognize removeObjectsInArray: INFO:(nil)
>   

Could it be that you defined SOGoMailListViewColumnsOrder as a string in 
your SOGo configuration?

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Steve | 1 Dec 03:10 2009
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Re: SOGo nightly + Funambol


-------- Original-Nachricht --------
> Datum: Mon, 30 Nov 2009 19:16:56 -0500
> Von: Wolfgang Sourdeau <wsourdeau@...>
> An: sogo@...
> Betreff: Re: [SOGo] SOGo nightly + Funambol

> Hi Steve,
> > EXCEPTION: <NSException: 0x85a2880> NAME:NSInvalidArgumentException
> REASON:GSMutableString(instance) does not recognize removeObjectsInArray:
> INFO:(nil)
> >   
> 
> Could it be that you defined SOGoMailListViewColumnsOrder as a string in 
> your SOGo configuration?
> 
Yes. It's a string:
---------------
sogo <at> nyx ~ $ defaults -u sogo read sogod SOGoMailListViewColumnsOrder
sogod SOGoMailListViewColumnsOrder Flagged
sogo <at> nyx ~ $
---------------

If I check my file system for that option then I get this:
---------------
sogo <at> nyx ~ $ find /usr/GNUstep/ -name "*.plist" -exec sed -n "/^[\t
]*SOGoMailListViewColumnsOrder/,/;\n/p" "{}" ";" | sed -e :a -e '$!N;s/,\n[\t ]*/, /;ta' -e 'P;D' |
head -n 1
    SOGoMailListViewColumnsOrder = ( "Flagged", "Attachment", "Subject", "From", "Unread", "Date",
"Priority", "Size" );
(Continue reading)

SOGo reporter | 1 Dec 06:01 2009
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BTS activities for Monday, November 30 2009

BTS Activities

Home page: http://www.scalableogo.org/bugs
Project: SOGo
For the period covering: Monday, November 30 2009

idlast updatestatus (resolution)categorysummary
248 2009-11-30 13:58:21 new (open) Funambol SOGo Connector time offset when syncing events from Nokia 6267 to SOGo server
270 2009-11-30 14:19:51 new (open) Backend Address Book CardDAV support for Mac OSX Address Book
233 2009-11-30 09:19:14 new (open) Backend Calendar iCal 4 won't sync with SOGo with multiple calendars
268 2009-11-30 09:16:40 new (open) Backend Calendar Public event thunderbird / web sogo
269 2009-11-30 12:07:15 new (open) Backend Calendar show task option in Thunderbird
262 2009-11-30 07:49:55 new (open) Backend General Can not create any contact or calendar entry
267 2009-11-30 03:01:38 new (open) GUI Breaks ProfilePassword extension
151 2009-11-30 12:42:18 resolved (fixed) Funambol SOGo Connector Duplicate calendar tag names
247 2009-11-30 13:50:02 resolved (fixed) Funambol SOGo Connector can not sync personal calendar of other person
266 2009-11-30 13:52:18 resolved (fixed) Backend General TimeZone bug
200 2009-11-30 14:45:35 resolved (fixed) Web Calendar Show Completed Tasks > First selection is ignored
109 2009-11-30 13:51:34 closed (fixed) Funambol SOGo Connector SyncML client event and task description fields display characters at new lines
Kiss Tamás | 1 Dec 13:14 2009
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MySQL Table Structure HELP

Hello!

I like use the SOGo in MySQL auth, but I don't know, what is the default table structure. How do I search it?

Thank's: LittleT!

Steve | 1 Dec 13:20 2009
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Re: MySQL Table Structure HELP


-------- Original-Nachricht --------
> Datum: Tue, 1 Dec 2009 13:14:06 +0100
> Von: "Kiss Tamás" <littlet@...>
> An: sogo@...
> Betreff: [SOGo] MySQL Table Structure HELP

> Hello!
> 
Hello,

> I like use the SOGo in MySQL auth, but I don't know, what is the default
> table structure. How do I search it?
> 
it's described in the installation documentation on page 19:
http://www.scalableogo.org/files/docs/SOGo%20Installation%20Guide.pdf

Do you already have a database and table where you have your user data? If so then you could make just a view for
SOGo and reuse that data. You don't need to mirror the content for SOGo.

What do you normally use to manage your SMTP/IMAP/POP users? Any tool like Postfix.Admin or such? Can you
post the table structure of the table where you already have the user data? What version of MySQL are you using?

> Thank's: LittleT!
>
Steve
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Kiss Tamás | 1 Dec 13:48 2009
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Re: MySQL Table Structure HELP

Hi!

What do you normally use to manage your SMTP/IMAP/POP users? Any tool like Postfix.Admin or such? Can you post the table structure of the table where you already have the user data? What version of MySQL are you using?

I use PostFix + Courier IMAP + Virtual Users from MySQL 5.0 in Debian Lenny system.

The Mail MySQL structure is the default.

Thank's : LittleT!
Steve | 1 Dec 14:24 2009
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Re: MySQL Table Structure HELP


-------- Original-Nachricht --------
> Datum: Tue, 1 Dec 2009 13:48:09 +0100
> Von: "Kiss Tamás" <littlet@...>
> An: sogo@...
> Betreff: Re: [SOGo] MySQL Table Structure HELP

> Hi!
> 
Hello,

> What do you normally use to manage your SMTP/IMAP/POP users? Any tool like
> > Postfix.Admin or such? Can you post the table structure of the table
> where
> > you already have the user data? What version of MySQL are you using?
> >
> 
> I use PostFix + Courier IMAP + Virtual Users from MySQL 5.0 in Debian
> Lenny
> system.
> 
> The Mail MySQL structure is the default.
> 
It might surprise you but there are users out there on the Internet that don't know what this default is, that
you use in MySQL on your Debian installation. Me included. If the information on page 19 of the
documentation is enough for you to craft the table or view for SOGo then you don't need to explain anything
about the structure you are using. If you need more help then you should be more detailed with your answers.

> Thank's : LittleT!
>
Steve
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Marco Smiatek | 1 Dec 15:22 2009
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Re: LDAP auth


I tryed it this Weekend..
ldapsearch works fine (plain over SSL)
but sogo login failed..

anyone know if sogo uses sasl when SSL encryption is enabled ?

toSpooky@... schrieb:
> Hi..
> 
> is there a way to configure SOGo to use simple LDAP auth over SSL ?
> 
> thx
> 

Milos Wimmer | 1 Dec 15:55 2009
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Re: LDAP auth

On Tue, 1 Dec 2009, Marco Smiatek wrote:

  Hello Marco,

> ldapsearch works fine (plain over SSL)
> but sogo login failed..
>
> anyone know if sogo uses sasl when SSL encryption is enabled ?
>
> toSpooky@... schrieb:
>> Hi..
>>
>> is there a way to configure SOGo to use simple LDAP auth over SSL ?

I'm using it without problem.
Here is my configuration:

 	SOGoUserSources = (
 	    {
 		CNFieldName = cn;
 		IDFieldName = uid;
 		IMAPHostFieldName = mailHost;
 		UIDFieldName = uid;
 		baseDN = "ou=users,ou=portal,ou=services,dc=zcu,dc=cz";
 		bindDN = "uid=#USER#,ou=users,ou=portal,ou=services,dc=zcu,dc=cz";
 		bindPassword = #PASSWORD#;
 		canAuthenticate = YES;
 		displayName = = "Shared Addresses";
 		encryption = SSL;
 		hostname = ldap.zcu.cz;
 		id = shared;
 		isAddressBook = YES;
 		port = 637;
 		type = ldap;
 	    }
 	);

You need to have your CA certificate in your system cert directory.

Best regards,

  Milos
Wolfgang Sourdeau | 1 Dec 15:57 2009
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Re: LDAP auth

Hi Marco,

You need to make sure that your certificate is a valid one, or that 
libldap is configured to ignore the certificate validity. You need to 
edit your ldap.conf for that.

W.


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