Jose Figueras | 1 Apr 09:38 2006

Spamassassin on multiple domains

Hello,

In my Kolab 2.1 multi-domain configuration I followed 'Fighting Spam' wikidoc 
instructions.

This works OK on my main domain but does nothing (no spam control) on the 
other domains.

There must be follow special instruccions to configure spam control on 
secondary domains?.

Thx,
Jose
Thorsten Schnebeck | 2 Apr 12:04 2006
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Is it possible to do some kind of user based server side header rewriting (sieve?)

Hi,

I use "sieve" to sort mails from mailing lists into several sub-folders.
Some lists used to preset the ML name ahead the subject which results to long 
subject lines like:
[Digikam-users] 16 bit plugins

I want to remove the text between the brackets but not on the client side as I 
use different clients at the same time.

Any ideas?

Bye

  Thorsten
Corne | 4 Apr 10:54 2006
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disclaimer

Is there any documentation out there which might point me in the right 
direction on setting up a disclaimer on all outgoing mail sent from the kolab 
server.

TIA
Corne
Hamish | 4 Apr 11:13 2006
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Re: disclaimer

On Tuesday 04 April 2006 09:54, Corne wrote:
> Is there any documentation out there which might point me in the right
> direction on setting up a disclaimer on all outgoing mail sent from the
> kolab server.
>
> TIA
> Corne
Hi Corne
This is possible with postfix (google for it), but also quite stupid. It will 
break any signing of mails, and if users add their own signatures, it will 
look unprofessional. It is a lot better to have a "standard" signature for 
users to modify with their name etc, or just give the job to one person in 
each department to do?
I know this does not answer your question directly, but think twice about 
modifying mail once it has left the client!
Cheers,
H
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Andrew J. Kopciuch | 4 Apr 11:13 2006
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Re: disclaimer

On Tuesday 04 April 2006 02:54, Corne wrote:
> Is there any documentation out there which might point me in the right
> direction on setting up a disclaimer on all outgoing mail sent from the
> kolab server.
>

http://www.postfixwiki.org/index.php?title=AddingDisclaimer&printable=yes
http://www.pldaniels.com/altermime/

postfix does not do this by itself, you have to use something like altermime.

HTH,

Andy
T. Ribbrock | 5 Apr 11:00 2006

Strange problems with proko2 kde client

Hi all,

one of our users encountered an odd problem with the proko2.0.6 client
today:

He synchronised his Palm M505 with kontact, which added a couple of
appointments to his calendar. However, as soon as he started the synch
with the Kolab server (i.e. fetched mail), those appointments would vanish
from the calendar. When I examined this closer, I found that the
appointments were still present as "mails" in the "Calendar" IMAP folder,
i.e. they had not been deleted as such by the synch. For some odd reason,
however, KOrganizer refused to display them. After experimenting a bit
(e.g. unselecting/reselecting the calendar), I finally decided to shut
down kontact and restart it. After the restart everything went back to
normal and the events were correctly shown in KOrganizer.

Has anybody seen anything like this before?

Second part of the problem: As I mentioned above, I was looking at the
"Calendar" folder to see whether the events were still present in there.
When I did so, I found a large quantity (must have been some 3000) of
*empty* messages in there - no subject, no from, no body. I deleted those,
but I'm still wondering what could have caused them to appear.

Any insight is most welcome - especially, as this was again one of those
occasions where I had to listen to "...but it did work just fine when I
was using Outlook..."... <sigh>

Cheerio,

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Oliver Wiemer | 5 Apr 11:47 2006
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smtp_auth

Hello,

i have local an kolab 2.03  and it works fine.  Till present i use 
fetchmail and pop bevor smtp. Now i must autenticate me with smtp auth 
to deliver emails to my ISP.
Can Kolab authenticate by my ISP?

I create a password with /kolab/sbin/saslpasswd2 -f 
/kolab/etc/postfix/saslpasswd.db -c USER

i added this line in main.cf and template
smtp_sasl_password_maps  hash:/kolab/etc/postfix/saslpasswd

but it doesn't works.

Have anybody an hint?

Thanks Olli
Rene Marticke | 5 Apr 12:55 2006
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Re: smtp_auth

HI,

take a look here : 
http://wiki.kolab.org/index.php/Kolab2_Maintenance_and_Use#SMTP_SASL_Authentication

Best Regards
Rene

Oliver Wiemer schrieb:
> Hello,
>
> i have local an kolab 2.03  and it works fine.  Till present i use 
> fetchmail and pop bevor smtp. Now i must autenticate me with smtp auth 
> to deliver emails to my ISP.
> Can Kolab authenticate by my ISP?
>
> I create a password with /kolab/sbin/saslpasswd2 -f 
> /kolab/etc/postfix/saslpasswd.db -c USER
>
> i added this line in main.cf and template
> smtp_sasl_password_maps  hash:/kolab/etc/postfix/saslpasswd
>
> but it doesn't works.
>
> Have anybody an hint?
>
> Thanks Olli
>
> _______________________________________________
> Kolab-users mailing list
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Thomas Arendsen Hein | 5 Apr 13:16 2006
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kolabd package available in Debian sid

Hi!

I just noticed that kolabd is now available in Debian sid:
http://packages.debian.org/unstable/mail/kolabd

Thomas

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Oliver Wiemer | 5 Apr 13:27 2006
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Re: smtp_auth

Rene Marticke wrote:
> HI,
>
> take a look here : 
> http://wiki.kolab.org/index.php/Kolab2_Maintenance_and_Use#SMTP_SASL_Authentication 
>
>
Thanks!
I hav'nt see this entry.
Now it works great.

by Olli

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