Gunnar Wrobel | 1 Aug 07:16 2007
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Re: FreeBusy Problems

Torsten Krah <tkrah <at> fachschaft.imn.htwk-leipzig.de> writes:

> Am Dienstag, 31. Juli 2007 schrieb Gunnar Wrobel:
>> Torsten Krah <tkrah <at> fachschaft.imn.htwk-leipzig.de> writes:
>> > Hi.
>> >
>> > I want to use freebusy with kolab. Did a standard install.
>> > Fllowed the wiki troubleshooting article - but first point fails already
>> > and theres no log file:
>> >
>> > Apache Error Log tells:
>> >
>> > [Sat Jul 28 10:39:52 2007] [warn] [client 192.168.1.100] [25479]
>> > auth_ldap authenticate: user krah authentication failed; URI
>> > /freebusy/krah.ifb [ldap_search_ext_s() for user failed][Invalid DN
>> > syntax]
>> > [Sat Jul 28 10:41:52 2007] [warn] [client 192.168.1.100] [25480]
>> > auth_ldap authenticate: user krah authentication failed;
>> > URI /freebusy/trigger/krah/Kalender.pfb [ldap_search_ext_s() for user
>> > failed] [Invalid DN syntax]
>> >
>> >
>> > The user uid is "krah" and the mail address "krah <at> testdomain".
>> >
>> > If i point the browser to the url internal server error is happening with
>> > that messages above in the log.
>> >
>> > Any hints whats wrong?
>>
>> Do you have any trouble logging in with that uid or mail-address
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Mark Wassermann | 1 Aug 12:23 2007

kolab on 64bit system

Hi list

I tryed to setup kolab 2.1 on an debian 4 (64bit) box. I ran into some
problems - like the one descriebed in the kolab wiki (gmp clamav perl),
but the hint in the wiki did not helt - it still dose not work.

Has anyone experience with kolab on 64bit systems?

thx4help
Mark

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Franz Skale | 1 Aug 12:49 2007
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Re: kolab on 64bit system

Mark Wassermann wrote:
> Hi list
>
> I tryed to setup kolab 2.1 on an debian 4 (64bit) box. I ran into some
> problems - like the one descriebed in the kolab wiki (gmp clamav perl),
> but the hint in the wiki did not helt - it still dose not work.
>
> Has anyone experience with kolab on 64bit systems?
>
> thx4help
> Mark
>
>   
Hi,
Yes i have a running instance on debian pure 64 etch.
But there are a lot of caveats to catch.
I answered it in a mail to the maillignlist some time ago.

Rgds.

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Bernhard Reiter | 1 Aug 15:48 2007
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Re: Free/Busy status when scheduling a meeting with Outlook XP/Konsec

On Thursday 26 July 2007 18:51, Markus Passerschröer wrote:
> when I schedule a meeting using Free/Busy information with Kolab 2.1 /
> Outlook XP / Konsec Konnektor, Outlook displays all appointments of the
> other attendees with status "Busy" (plain blue bar), even if the attendees
> created their appointment with the options "Out of office" or "Tentative"
> (from the "Show item as" dropdown list). Is there a way to display this
> additional information when scheduling a meeting?

No (as far as I know).
This funcationality is independent from the used connector -
it is build into Outlook. Outlook asks for a freebusy list in iCalender format
and we believe we cannot make it understand more information there.
If there is a possibility we lack information how Outlook (ab)uses the format.

The reason why you can see more information there sometimes is
a) it is your own calender (which will be wrong in OL2003 if you use more
then one calender folder)
b) you use Exchange. The secret protocol used, seems to enable to transfer 
more information then regular standard iCalender.

> If an appointment has been created with the option "Free", the time is not
> shown as busy (which of course is the desired behavior).

Yes, Kolab Server creates those information correctly into the .ifb file.

> When I display another user's calendar, the additional information
> information is shown correctly.

Now you have full access to the contents of the appointment.
This is more information than an .ifb file contains,
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Bernhard Reiter | 1 Aug 15:52 2007
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Re: SMTP from outside

On Monday 30 July 2007 13:33, Alain Spineux wrote:
>On 7/27/07, Richard Bos <ml <at> radoeka.nl> wrote:> 
> >Do you happen that ldaps works in combination with kontact 
> > (kaddressbook)?  When I used kolabwizard last time, it configured ldap
> > for the addressbook AFAIR and not ldaps.
>
> Sorry I'm not sure to understand your question very well.
> And I'm not using kontact myself.

I think Richard wants to know if ldaps works with Kontact's addressbook.
Of course the addressbook is unnecessary for sending emails, 
but nice if you use the ldap as company phone/email book.

I also have not tried ldaps with Kontact recently, but it should work. :)
If you want offline phone book funcationality, you can use the caching
function of the newldap-kio resource (which is in beta).

Bernhard

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Bernhard Reiter | 1 Aug 15:57 2007
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Re: virusalert service unavailable

On Tuesday 31 July 2007 19:52, Paul Franklin wrote:
> <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01 Transitional//EN">
> <html>

Just a hint: I have a tendency to not look at HTML mails.

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Bernhard Reiter | 1 Aug 15:59 2007
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Re: kolab on 64bit system

On Wednesday 01 August 2007 12:49, Franz Skale wrote:
> > Has anyone experience with kolab on 64bit systems?

> Yes i have a running instance on debian pure 64 etch.
> But there are a lot of caveats to catch.
> I answered it in a mail to the maillignlist some time ago.

In addition there might be hints in the issue tracker:
kolab/issue1867 (gmp does not compile on 64bit machines running 32bit linux) 
kolab/issue1814 (Build of Kolab 2.2beta1 fails on 64Bit machines (gettext))

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Bernhard Reiter | 1 Aug 16:01 2007
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Re: kmail and global adress book

On Friday 13 July 2007 15:27, Liutauras Adomaitis wrote:
> does any body has an idea, how to configure Kmail to display Global Address
> book entries, which were entered via kolab web admin page.

Do you actually mean "KMail" stand-a-lone?
In Kontact you configure the Contacts -> LDAP searches.

If you write a new email then you can get completion
or a suggestion window. Press the "..." button or right click
to configure the completion you want.

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Bernhard Reiter | 1 Aug 16:06 2007
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Re: Lightning Enhancer Plugin

On Tuesday 03 July 2007 17:51, Richard Bos wrote:
> Does anyone have experience with the "Lightning Enhancer Plugin"?  Does it
> work with kolab's freebusy lists?
> http://www.inverse.ca/english/contributions/lightning_enhancer_plugin.html

I do not have experience, but Kolab Server generates standard conforming
Freebusy lists (the standards is iCalender).
So it _should_ work. :)

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Bernhard Reiter | 1 Aug 16:14 2007
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Re: SOLVED (partialy) Re: distribution lists - service unavailable. Command output: Delivery to some recipients failed, code 550

On Monday 09 July 2007 17:58, Liutauras Adomaitis wrote:
> kolabmailboxfilter_destination_recipient_limit = 1 and restarted postfix
>
> Now it seems that DL members are getting emails, but sender still gets
> undeliverable report saying:
> <allstaff <at> >: service unavailable. Command output: Failed to set
>     recipient: Invalid response code received from server, code 550
>
> But this time only the DL address is included. There is nothing about DL
> members, and this is ok, since they get a mail.
>
> Will be digging more on this issue.

Please do, also check the issue tracker for ongoing problems in this area,
here are two which might be related:
kolab/issue825 (Bad error handling of kolabmailboxfilter)
kolab/issue1863 (postfix virtual table should be applied to amavis mails)

Bernhard

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