John McMonagle | 5 Mar 23:25 2015

Re: ***SPAM*** Re: OpenLDAP

On Thursday 05 March 2015 9:25:54 AM Mihai Badici wrote:
> 
> On Thursday 05 March 2015 08:55:48 John McMonagle wrote:
> > I know this is a old thread but has anything been done to provide openlap
> > support yet?
> > 
> > I'm still running kolab 2.3.4.
> > We are a debian shop in many cities and 7 ldap servers.
> > Kolab is a small part of our ldap usage and see no rational upgrade path.
> > This is primarily caused by no way to sync between openldap and 389ds.
> > 
> > If I don't hear of a solution I'm going to something else.
> > 
> > John
> 
> 
> If you have your ldap infrastructure it means you have your user's management 
> mechansm.
> You can use elements of kolab but i think even if kolab support openldap by 
> default you cannot use the full suite but instead you can adapt it at yours 
> needs.
> 
> I use for years parts of kolab suite with dovecot and openldap ; some features 
> are not available but I take advantage of metadata addons from kolab which is 
> the main advantage of the product. 
> 
To what extent does your openldap and kolab interact?
Just user account info?

I'm using ldap account manager to manage ldap.
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Sergio Talens-Oliag | 5 Mar 17:28 2015
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Re: OpenLDAP

El Thu, Mar 05, 2015 at 05:25:54PM +0200, Mihai Badici va escriure:
> On Thursday 05 March 2015 08:55:48 John McMonagle wrote:
> > I know this is a old thread but has anything been done to provide openlap
> > support yet?
> > 
> > I'm still running kolab 2.3.4.
> > We are a debian shop in many cities and 7 ldap servers.
> > Kolab is a small part of our ldap usage and see no rational upgrade path.
> > This is primarily caused by no way to sync between openldap and 389ds.
> > 
> > If I don't hear of a solution I'm going to something else.
> > 
> > John
> 
> If you have your ldap infrastructure it means you have your user's management 
> mechansm.
> You can use elements of kolab but i think even if kolab support openldap by 
> default you cannot use the full suite but instead you can adapt it at yours 
> needs.

As you say, I'm using OpenLDAP with Kolab and Dovecot without the Kolab
administrative tools and I have all I need from LDAP working using only the
schemas distributed with the debian's openldap server package and the ones
provided by Kolab.

My guess is that for a 100% integration between OpenLDAP an Kolab the only
thing needed is one or more additional schemas, but as I'm not using the Kolab
administrative tools with LDAP I haven't looked into that yet and I've just
changed object classes or attribute names for some elements to make things
work.
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Carlos Ces | 5 Mar 13:12 2015
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Delegation acceptance of events


I've found something that does not behave as I expected.

- User "boss" delegates in "secretary" (delegation made in webadmin and on Delegation Settings)
- "secretary" is now able to send and answer mails behaving his boss, and also subscribes to her calendar and tasks.
- User "derp" invites "boss" to an event. As she (the boss) is absent, her secretary will manage her webmail for few days.
- An email is received at "secretary"'s mail folder "boss" to accept the invitation. He accepts by pressing "accept" button in message.
- Problem: user "derp" receives a confirmation os assistence from "secretary" instead than from "boss" ("derp" is asked to add the new participant, while "boss" participation remains pendant).

Wouldn't it be desirable the confirmation to came from "boss" instead of from "secretary"?

Update:

 - "secretary" goes to his preferences > Identities and marks "boss" as his default identity
 - If we now repeat all the process, the confirmation now comes from "boss" as predicted.

It seems that confirmation messages are always sent from the default identity; it would be useful that they be sended by the delegator ("boss" in thsi case).

Is there a way to workaround it?
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Marc-Antoine Dubois | 5 Mar 11:02 2015
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Error Calendar plugin Roundcube

Hello, I installed the plugin on my calendar with Synology roundcube . Only it does not work. Yet I have followed the instructions in the README . In slogs of roundcube I can these errors: Call to undefined method jqueryui::miniColors() in /volume1/ <at> appstore/MailStation/roundcubemail/plugins/calendar/calendar.php on line 619
Call to undefined method rcube_user::list_emails() in /volume1/ <at> appstore/MailStation/roundcubemail/plugins/calendar/calendar.php on line 168 Can you help me? thank you ,
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Dirk Davidis | 5 Mar 08:54 2015
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Kolbab 3.4 Fedora 21

Hi,

i tried to install kolab 3.4 on fedora 21. there is an unresolved dependency in the package repository. kolab-webadmin package is missing. anyone knows how this can be fixed?

cheers


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Thomas Spuhler | 4 Mar 17:59 2015

setup-kolab not working (from kolab-cli-0.7.6)

I cannot setup-kolab anymore with version from pykolab-0.7.6.
It chokes at the ldap setup, probably because we don't have selinux working in our distro.

I see in the the repos for opensuse, kolab is still using a very old 389-ds-base 
(389-ds-base-1.2.11.30-6.1.kolab_3.4.x86_64.rpm ) whereas I am using 389-ds-base-1.3.3.6

Is there a release from when an installation required a working selinux?

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alby87@inwind.it | 4 Mar 17:24 2015
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Dropbox like client for Kolab

Hi!

I'm searching for a software that can act like a Dropbox client (for synchronization). I need the possibility to access offline at those files. The Allway Sync sometimes work, and sometimes not.

GM UniversalSync gives this error: "WebDAV property "getlastmodified" not provided by the server." It's webDAV working on Kolab? Do you know a free software that can help me? Thank you!
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Carlos Ces | 4 Mar 14:31 2015
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Resources invitation policy in Kolab 3.4


When anybody reserves a resource, it's automatically accepted.

I'd like it to be manually accepted by the owner of the resource, so I do:

 - Create "fool" resource in kolab-webadmin with email fool <at> domain.com
 - Set user "boss" as owner of the resource
 - Also set all access rights to user "boss" for this resource
 - User "monkey" makes a new event from roundcube and reserves "fool"
 - After creation, "monkey" receives en email confirming reservation
 - "Boss" does not receive any kind of notification of the reservation just made
 - However, "boss" can subscribe to "fool" Calendar and see the event there, he can even modify it and delete the resource "fool", thus "monkey" being notified and event updated.

 Question one is:
 - Why does not "boss" receive any notification of the resource reservation?
 
Also, I do not want resources to be assigned automatically, so I change in /etc/kolab/kolab.conf

 [wallace]
#kolab_invitation_policy = ACT_ACCEPT_IF_NO_CONFLICT:domain.com, ACT_MANUAL
kolab_invitation_policy = ACT_MANUAL

But I see not effect on resources. Instead, all new users get LDAP attribute kolabInvitationPolice = ACT_MANUAL, but there is no such a field in Resources.

 Second question is:
  - Can I configure resources to be manually accepted by their owners?

 Third and last question:
  - Can be email fool <at> domain.com (attached to the resource) configured to receive email and how can I read it? (By default mail delivering system returns "no such user").

 Thank you.
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kolab.user | 3 Mar 22:04 2015

fedora 20 roundcubemail upgrade conflict

Transaction check error:
  file /var/lib/roundcubemail from install of roundcubemail-1.1.0-1.fc20.noarch conflicts with file
from package roundcubemail-plugins-kolab-3.2-17.9.fc20.kolab_3.3.noarch
  file /usr/share/roundcubemail/plugins/enigma/home from install of
roundcubemail-1.1.0-1.fc20.noarch conflicts with file from package roundcubemail-1.1-20.9.fc20.kolab_3.3.noarch

I wonder why roundcubemail-plugins-kolab and roundcubemail packages include the same files into their
packages and how to overcome the conflict.
Matthias Busch | 2 Mar 20:20 2015
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auto-deleting dates? why, how, who? undelete messages?

Hi,

I seem to have lost dates in a calendar. but why, how and if it was a 
user error, who?

I have three users, lets call them Child, Mother, Father

user Child has  three calendars:
"Calendar Child" and two sub-calendars "School" and "Private"

"Calendar Child" and "School" are both shared with Mother and Father 
(full access)
"Private" is not shared

"Child" has had no way of logging in.

Mother and Father have created dates in "Calendar Child" and "School"

Now Mother informs me (Father) that some dates (at least "Homework") 
have gone missing. I can not remember deleting any messages myself. 
Neither can mother...

When looking (imap) into the folder Calendar Child/School I can see two 
mails/kolab xmls.
When looking in 
/var/spool/imap/domain/d/domain.tld/c/user/child/Calendar Child/School I 
can see ~20 messages (11. - 37.) as well as the cyrus.* files

cat *. | grep "Homework" I get 4 hits with <text>Homework</text>

(4 dates seem to be what we expect to see. any they were in the near 
future, not long past)

Now, so far I deduce the following:
the kolab-mails with the actual dates have been marked deleted.
the calendar will not show the dates because they are "gone"

in the webmail interface I can not browse that folder (with "hide 
deleted messages" disabled)
with thunderbird I can not figure out how to show deleted messages

now, questions:
- can I find out when the messages have been deleted?
- can I find out who deleted them, possible how?
- how can I undelete messages via command line? (the cyrus command 
unexpunge seems not to work)

- whats up with kolab examine-message? how does it want the 
folder/message parameter?

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I love kolab and all and right now, I have no reason to believe that 
this is NOT a user error. But I really would like to get to the bottom 
of this. I can not have a system that deletes messages on its own...
Szota, Marcin | 2 Mar 20:06 2015
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chwala issue on debian wheezy

Hi

i've just updated kolab 3.3 to 3.4.
All works fine except all my files in chwala have now size 0KB.
According to this mail
https://lists.kolab.org/pipermail/users/2013-November/015993.html
(..old email, yet it works since 3.4)
chwala needs php-mail-mime at least 1.8.5 and debian wheezy comes with 
1.8.4, so i've upgraded to 1.8.9 and all works fine if i upload new file 
– old files still are shown as 0KB size.
Any idea how to access old files without manually decoding every single 
message?
all still there in /var/spool/.../Files untouched

thanks in advance

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