Re: [SOGo] LDAP search broken

2011-12-19 Thread Christian Mack
Hello Emmanuel Dreyfus


On 2011-12-16 15:29, Emmanuel Dreyfus wrote:
 
 No reply on this one? This is an annoying problem...
 
 On Wed, Dec 14, 2011 at 11:25:53AM +, Emmanuel Dreyfus wrote:
 Hello

 It seems I cannot get LDAP authentication working, while it works for
 the address book. When credentials should be validated by LDAP, it
 always fail, and I have this in the logs:
 2011-12-14 12:10:39.717 sogod[12062] -[NGLdapConnection 
 _searchAtBaseDN:qualifier:attributes:scope:]: search with at base àL»˜Kpº 
 filter àL»HD–ºK for attrs  RK»€UcºI

 It seems the LDAP parameters did not made their way to the function that
 uses them. This is SOGO 2.0.0b3.
 

Did you restart SOGo after changing your configuration?

If you did, what locale do you use as user sogo?

And show us your LDAP configuration.


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Re: [SOGo] Probably another lame question but here goes....

2011-12-19 Thread Christian Mack
On 2011-12-16 17:14, Paul Mecham wrote:
 I can send mail with sogo and I receive the mail but only in the file
 system directory.  It does not show up in the sogo in mail box.  Can
 someone give me a hint about what ldap property or what
 .GNUstepDefaults entry controls how the imap mailbox folders are seen
 by SOGO?
 
 I can see the files with the incoming mail, they are in my 
 /home/pmehcam/Maildir/new/ Folder in filenames that look like: 
 1324050827.V2aIe20b1M282935.pahsogo1.pah.local
 
 I'm wondering if it has something to do with the pahsogo1.pah.local
 not matching my domain name of mail.rvscapes.com?
 

We are using cyrus as email server, so I'm not shure about this.
But I think this file names are created from the message ID. They are
created by the sender and therefore ony match your domain, if the sender
belongs to your domain too.

Can you connect with the parameters given in your SOGo configuration per
IMAP client?

How did you change your configuration?

Did you restart SOGo after changing your configuration?


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[SOGo] VCard syncing with OSX Address Book 10.6

2011-12-19 Thread scott-sogo
I've recently setup my SOGo (and Funambol) so I can sync the calendar/contacts
from my Blackberry to SOGo.  It all syncs, data is in the sogo mysql database.

However, when I setup a sync with OSX 10.6 Address Book, I don't see any
entries in the app.  I've configured the virtualhost as suggested in the list
here, using ssl on port 8843 with all the ProxyPass's, etc.  The server appears
to be sending all the content, but the app doesn't display it.

I tried adding a new card and it syncs back to SOGo (and then to my Blackberry
too).  Examining the database, it appears that OSX's Address Book is using
VCard 3.0, whereas all my existing cards are in 2.1 (I even set the AB Prefs to
use VCard 2.1, but that didn't seem to make a difference).

Is this a known issue?  Can I configure SOGo to convert VCards to 3.0 when
they're synced? (Could this even be done in Funambol?).

Love to hear if anyone else has encountered this issue and figured out a
solution...

Thanks,
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Re: [SOGo] VCard syncing with OSX Address Book 10.6

2011-12-19 Thread Martin Seener

Hi,

we have a similar issue here but quite using 8800 (w./o. SSL) but some 
of the sync issues with Mac AB too.
Can you please provide the SSL-enabled Config to me - i would test it 
and give feedback then!


Thank you!
Martin

On 12/19/11 10:38 AM, scott-s...@shambarger.net wrote:

I've recently setup my SOGo (and Funambol) so I can sync the calendar/contacts
from my Blackberry to SOGo.  It all syncs, data is in the sogo mysql database.

However, when I setup a sync with OSX 10.6 Address Book, I don't see any
entries in the app.  I've configured the virtualhost as suggested in the list
here, using ssl on port 8843 with all the ProxyPass's, etc.  The server appears
to be sending all the content, but the app doesn't display it.

I tried adding a new card and it syncs back to SOGo (and then to my Blackberry
too).  Examining the database, it appears that OSX's Address Book is using
VCard 3.0, whereas all my existing cards are in 2.1 (I even set the AB Prefs to
use VCard 2.1, but that didn't seem to make a difference).

Is this a known issue?  Can I configure SOGo to convert VCards to 3.0 when
they're synced? (Could this even be done in Funambol?).

Love to hear if anyone else has encountered this issue and figured out a
solution...

Thanks,
Scott


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Re: Re: [SOGo] VCard syncing with OSX Address Book 10.6

2011-12-19 Thread scott-sogo
Here's the config (less the shared SSL config common to port 443):

# For iOS and OSX 10.6 AddressBook 

Listen 8843

   

VirtualHost _default_:8843   

  SSLEngine On 

  RewriteEngine On 

  RewriteRule ^/principals/users/(.*)$ /proxy/$1 [PT]  

  RewriteRule ^/SOGo/(.*)$ /SOGo/$1 [env=REMOTE_HOST:%{REMOTE_ADDR},PT]

   

#  ProxyRequests Off   

#  SetEnv proxy-nokeepalive 1  

  ProxyPreserveHost On 

  ProxyPassInterpolateEnv On   

  ProxyPass /proxy http://127.0.0.1:2/SOGo/dav/ interpolate

  ProxyPass /SOGo http://127.0.0.1:2/SOGo interpolate  

  ProxyPass / http://127.0.0.1:2/SOGo/dav/ interpolate 

   

  Proxy http://127.0.0.1:2/SOGo  

RequestHeader set x-webobjects-server-port 8843

RequestHeader set x-webobjects-server-name (myhost):8843  
RequestHeader set x-webobjects-server-url https://(myhost):8843   
RequestHeader set x-webobjects-server-protocol HTTP/1.0

RequestHeader set x-webobjects-remote-host %{REMOTE_HOST}e   

AddDefaultCharset UTF-8

Order allow,deny   

Allow from all 

  /Proxy 

  ErrorLog /var/log/httpd/ab-error.log 

  CustomLog /var/log/httpd/ab-access.log combined  

/VirtualHost  
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Re: [SOGo] VCard syncing with OSX Address Book 10.6

2011-12-19 Thread Martin Seener

Thank you,

will try that here and give feedback as soon as i have some!

Best Regards

On 12/19/11 11:47 AM, scott-s...@shambarger.net wrote:

Here's the config (less the shared SSL config common to port 443):

# For iOS and OSX 10.6 AddressBook  

Listen 8843 



VirtualHost _default_:8843  

   SSLEngine On 

   RewriteEngine On 

   RewriteRule ^/principals/users/(.*)$ /proxy/$1 [PT]  

   RewriteRule ^/SOGo/(.*)$ /SOGo/$1 [env=REMOTE_HOST:%{REMOTE_ADDR},PT]



#  ProxyRequests Off

#  SetEnv proxy-nokeepalive 1   

   ProxyPreserveHost On 

   ProxyPassInterpolateEnv On   

   ProxyPass /proxy http://127.0.0.1:2/SOGo/dav/ interpolate

   ProxyPass /SOGo http://127.0.0.1:2/SOGo interpolate  

   ProxyPass / http://127.0.0.1:2/SOGo/dav/ interpolate 



   Proxy http://127.0.0.1:2/SOGo

 RequestHeader set x-webobjects-server-port 8843

 RequestHeader set x-webobjects-server-name (myhost):8843   
 RequestHeader set x-webobjects-server-url https://(myhost):8843
 RequestHeader set x-webobjects-server-protocol HTTP/1.0

 RequestHeader set x-webobjects-remote-host %{REMOTE_HOST}e 

 AddDefaultCharset UTF-8

 Order allow,deny   

 Allow from all 

   /Proxy   

   ErrorLog /var/log/httpd/ab-error.log 

   CustomLog /var/log/httpd/ab-access.log combined  

/VirtualHost


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Re: [SOGo] IMAP authentication

2011-12-19 Thread Nicolas - Lileo

Hi,

If that can help, my users can change their passwords with one tool : 
the change password option in Web interface.
Users authenticate against LDAP and Dovecot too. I just need to give the 
same password for ldap entry and unix account.


Regards


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Tél : 02 28 08 75 24
Tél : 09 72 29 97 47

LILEO
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http://www.lileo.fr

Le 16/12/2011 23:57, scott-s...@shambarger.net a écrit :

I've just installed SOGo, and really like it.  However, I agree that
authenticating against IMAP would be a fantastic feature.  I don't use LDAP,
and all the existing accounts on the system are real users (think /etc/passwd).
  Finding a way of authenticating users against LDAP or a database mean that my
users need to store passwords in multiple places, and use multiple tools to
change them.

I looked over the code a bit to see if I could add it myself, but I'm a
c-coder, and have never worked with Objective C (so I'll probably do something
horribly wrong architecturally).  However, someone with the appropriate
knowledge could probably whip out a new authentication type in short order...

If nobody's up for it, I guess I'll eventually learn Objective C and do it
myself, but I'd really rather not :)

Cheers,
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[SOGo] Backup fails

2011-12-19 Thread Thomas
Hello

I get this error frequently in the syslog of my sogo server:
2011-12-05 17:41:01.598 sogo-tool[3488] could not open channel to
sogo/sogo_folder_info@pgsql
2011-12-05 17:41:01.622 sogo-tool[3488] could not open channel to
sohosting/sogo_auth@pgsql
2011-12-05 17:41:01.622 sogo-tool[3488] user 'ALL' unknown

My SOGo configuration can be seen here:
http://paste.adora.dk/P2270.html


Why does this happen? How to fix it?


Med venlig hilsen/Kind regards
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Re: [SOGo] Cannot download attchments from Web interface

2011-12-19 Thread junk Unknown_junk

here is an extract from /var/log/httpd/ssl_error_log as well

I guess if I dont have a reply by the 23rd Ill open it as a bug.

[Mon Dec 19 14:31:00 2011] [error] [client server_external_IP] (20014)Internal error: proxy: error reading status line from remote server 127.0.0.1, referer: https://server/SOGo/so/user/Mail/view
[Mon Dec 19 14:31:00 2011] [error] [client server_external_IP] proxy: Error reading from remote server returned by /SOGo/so/username/Mail/0/folderINBOX/6234/2/Leon_L__Robinson_RHCSA.pdf, referer: https://server/SOGo/so/user/Mail/view





On Saturday, December 17, 2011 09:39 PM GMT, Junk j...@therobinsonfamily.net wrote:


	I can no longer download attachments from SOGos web interface either in
	version 1.3.10 or 1.3.11. I have been trying to get CardDav for iOS
	working but as Apache will not restart due to the perennial already
	used by another worker issue (which people in this list seem to have
	resolved but I cant find a concrete answer for, thats not the issue)
	So in trying this I may have damaged the SOGo.conf file. I dont think I
	have however as Im quite careful about making backups.
	
	The web error and log file are pasted below
	
	Web Browser Error:
	
	Proxy Error
	
	The proxy server received an invalid response from an upstream server.
	The proxy server could not handle the request
	GET /SOGo/so//Mail/0/folderINBOX/6229/2/Leon.181211.LDS.pdf.
	
	Reason: Error reading from remote server
	
	Apache/2.2.3 (ClearOS) Server at  Port 443
	
	
	/var/log/sogo.log:
	
	localhost.localdomain - - [17/Dec/2011:21:23:08 GMT]
	PROPFIND /SOGo/dav//Contacts/personal/ HTTP/1.1 207 26759/95
	0.136 - - 412K
	localhost.localdomain - - [17/Dec/2011:21:23:11 GMT]
	PROPFIND /SOGo/dav//Contacts/personal/ HTTP/1.1 207 26759/95
	0.041 - - 8K
	localhost.localdomain - - [17/Dec/2011:21:23:11 GMT]
	GET /SOGo/dav//Contacts/personal/139 HTTP/1.1 200 163/0
	0.007 - - 28K
	localhost.localdomain - - [17/Dec/2011:21:23:30 GMT]
	PROPFIND /SOGo/dav//Contacts/personal/ HTTP/1.1 207 26759/95
	0.042 - - 8K
	localhost.localdomain - - [17/Dec/2011:21:23:30 GMT]
	PROPFIND /SOGo/dav//Contacts/personal/ HTTP/1.1 207 26759/95
	0.039 - - 0
	Dec 17 21:23:30 sogod [28829]:
	0x0931A83C[SOGoContactGCSEntry]:54C44355-30BE09A4-52F3747F.vcf TODO:
	implement if-none-match for etag: *
	localhost.localdomain - - [17/Dec/2011:21:23:30 GMT]
	PUT /SOGo/dav//Contacts/personal/54C44355-30BE09A4-52F3747F.vcf HTTP/1.1 201 0/138 0.097 - - 144K
	localhost.localdomain - - [17/Dec/2011:21:23:31 GMT]
	PROPFIND /SOGo/dav//Calendar/personal/ HTTP/1.1 207 317/113
	0.012 - - 0
	localhost.localdomain - - [17/Dec/2011:21:23:31 GMT]
	PROPFIND /SOGo/dav//Calendar/personal/ HTTP/1.1 207 317/113
	0.016 - - 0
	localhost.localdomain - - [17/Dec/2011:21:23:37 GMT]
	PROPFIND /SOGo/dav//Contacts/personal/ HTTP/1.1 207 26994/95
	0.045 - - 120K
	2011-12-17 21:24:26.768 sogod[28829] Note: Using UTF-8 as URL encoding
	in NGExtensions.
	2011-12-17 21:24:26.773 sogod[28829] WARNING: IMAP4 connection pooling
	is disabled!
	2011-12-17 21:24:26.976 sogod[28829] Note(NGImap4Connection): using /
	as the IMAP4 folder separator.
	EXCEPTION:  NAME:NSInvalidArgumentException
	REASON:NGImap4Connection(instance) does not recognize
	fetchContentOfBodyPart:atURL:withPeek: INFO:(null)
	Dec 17 21:24:27 sogod [32064]: 0x0x90b37c4[WOWatchDogChild] child
	28829 exited
	Dec 17 21:24:27 sogod [32064]: 0x0x90b37c4[WOWatchDogChild]
	(terminated due to signal 6)
	Dec 17 21:24:27 sogod [32064]: 0x0x916a344[WOWatchDog] child spawned
	with pid 29007
	Dec 17 21:24:31 sogod [29007]: 0x0x915e17c[SOGoCache] Cache cleanup
	interval set every 300.00 seconds
	Dec 17 21:24:31 sogod [29007]: 0x0x915e17c[SOGoCache] Using host(s)
	localhost as server(s)
	Dec 17 21:24:31 sogod [29007]: [WARN]
	0x0x92cc35c[SOGoWebDAVAclManager] entry {DAV:}write already exists
	in DAV permissions table
	Dec 17 21:24:31 sogod [29007]: [WARN]
	0x0x92cc35c[SOGoWebDAVAclManager] entry {DAV:}write-properties
	already exists in DAV permissions table
	Dec 17 21:24:31 sogod [29007]: [WARN]
	0x0x92cc35c[SOGoWebDAVAclManager] entry {DAV:}write-content already
	exists in DAV permissions table
	2011-12-17 21:24:31.707 sogod[29007] Note(SoObject): SoDebugKeyLookup is
	enabled!
	2011-12-17 21:24:31.708 sogod[29007] Note(SoObject): SoDebugBaseURL is
	enabled!
	2011-12-17 21:24:31.708 sogod[29007] Note(SoObject): relative base URLs
	are enabled.
	2011-12-17 21:24:31.710 sogod[29007] File NSKeyValueCoding.m: 913. In
	-[NSObject(KeyValueCoding) valuesForKeys:] This method is deprecated,
	use -dictionaryWithValuesForKeys:
	localhost.localdomain - - [17/Dec/2011:21:24:31 GMT]
	PROPFIND /SOGo/dav//Calendar/personal/ HTTP/1.1 207 317/113
	0.031 - - 1M
	localhost.localdomain - - [17/Dec/2011:21:24:31 GMT]
	PROPFIND /SOGo/dav//Calendar/personal/ HTTP/1.1 207 317/113
	0.011 - - 0
	
	
	Leon
	
	
	
	
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Re: [SOGo] SOGo/Funambol/Calendar

2011-12-19 Thread Dominique BERTHET
Hi,
I have the same proble since my upgrade from SOGo 1.3.9 to 1.3.11
With 1.3.9 I we could sync contacts and calendar
With 1.3.11 we could sync contacts but not calendar...

I think that the problem come with the new version of SOGo...
Perharps somethong change with the gestion of timezone data?

My server is Ubuntu 10.04 LTS

My error logs with Funambol are

- on the server:
[2011-12-19 16:50:07,477] [funambol.engine] [INFO]
[6F3F398CA178B661681F58E0151AE0A2] [92.90.23.38] [fac-354316030736831]
[dberthet] [] Starting synchronization ...
[2011-12-19 16:50:07,477] [funambol.sogo] [INFO]
[6F3F398CA178B661681F58E0151AE0A2] [92.90.23.38] [fac-354316030736831]
[dberthet] [sogo-cal] In beginSync()...
[2011-12-19 16:50:07,477] [funambol.sogo] [INFO]
[6F3F398CA178B661681F58E0151AE0A2] [92.90.23.38] [fac-354316030736831]
[dberthet] [sogo-cal] Loading the JDBC driver for URL:
jdbc:postgresql://localhost/sogo
[2011-12-19 16:50:07,485] [funambol.sogo] [INFO]
[6F3F398CA178B661681F58E0151AE0A2] [92.90.23.38] [fac-354316030736831]
[dberthet] [sogo-cal] Context's user ID: dberthet
[2011-12-19 16:50:07,485] [funambol.sogo] [INFO]
[6F3F398CA178B661681F58E0151AE0A2] [92.90.23.38] [fac-354316030736831]
[dberthet] [sogo-cal] Context sync mode: 201
[2011-12-19 16:50:07,485] [funambol.sogo] [INFO]
[6F3F398CA178B661681F58E0151AE0A2] [92.90.23.38] [fac-354316030736831]
[dberthet] [sogo-cal] Context conflict resolution: 1
[2011-12-19 16:50:07,485] [funambol.sogo] [INFO]
[6F3F398CA178B661681F58E0151AE0A2] [92.90.23.38] [fac-354316030736831]
[dberthet] [sogo-cal] Context query: null
[2011-12-19 16:50:07,490] [funambol.handler] [ERROR]
[6F3F398CA178B661681F58E0151AE0A2] [92.90.23.38] [fac-354316030736831]
[dberthet] [] Error processing message
java.lang.Error: Lexical Error: Unmatched Input


On the smartphone
Mon Dec 19 16:50:05 HNEC 2011 [ERROR] [SyncManager] Server responded 511
to command SyncHdr
Mon Dec 19 16:50:05 HNEC 2011 [ERROR] [SyncManager]
SyncException(com.funambol.sync.SyncException: Server responded 511 to
command SyncHdr)

Thanx for your answers

Dominique BERTHET
Ecole des Mines de Saint-Etienne (France)



Le 16/12/2011 19:59, František Kučera a écrit :
 Dne 16.12.2011 13:52, Wacław Michno napsal(a):
 [2011-12-16 13:02:05,902] [funambol.handler] [ERROR]
 [4790B38D97E466FCA616A0D3E5EE943F] [172.22.15.170] [fac-null]
 [myem...@example.pl] [] Error processing message
 java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError:
 org/apache/commons/configuration/plist/PropertyListConfiguration
  at 
 ca.inverse.sogo.engine.source.SOGoUtilities.getSyncTags(SOGoUtilities.java:167)
 Hi,
 
 I had this error when user was new and has not yet set his timezone
 (only global timezone for whole SOGo server was configured).
 If user logs in SOGo web interface, opens configuration dialog and saves
 it, his personal timezone was set and this error disappears.
 But it is just workaround.
 
 Error message says that java class PropertyListConfiguration is missing.
 So I put these libraries:
 commons-configuration-1.6.jar
 commons-collections-3.2.1.jar
 commons-lang-2.2.jar   
 commons-logging-1.1.1.jar
 into folder Funambol/tools/tomcat/lib/
 (and restarted Funambol of course)
 
 Then synchronization works also for new users (which don't have their
 timezone configured yet).
 
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Re: [SOGo] SOGo/Funambol/Calendar

2011-12-19 Thread Dries Decock
Hi,

I encountered the same problem, but setting the timezone for the
individual user fixed my problem.

Kind regards
On Mon, 2011-12-19 at 17:01 +0100, Dominique BERTHET wrote:

 Hi,
 I have the same proble since my upgrade from SOGo 1.3.9 to 1.3.11
 With 1.3.9 I we could sync contacts and calendar
 With 1.3.11 we could sync contacts but not calendar...
 
 I think that the problem come with the new version of SOGo...
 Perharps somethong change with the gestion of timezone data?
 
 My server is Ubuntu 10.04 LTS
 
 My error logs with Funambol are
 
 - on the server:
 [2011-12-19 16:50:07,477] [funambol.engine] [INFO]
 [6F3F398CA178B661681F58E0151AE0A2] [92.90.23.38] [fac-354316030736831]
 [dberthet] [] Starting synchronization ...
 [2011-12-19 16:50:07,477] [funambol.sogo] [INFO]
 [6F3F398CA178B661681F58E0151AE0A2] [92.90.23.38] [fac-354316030736831]
 [dberthet] [sogo-cal] In beginSync()...
 [2011-12-19 16:50:07,477] [funambol.sogo] [INFO]
 [6F3F398CA178B661681F58E0151AE0A2] [92.90.23.38] [fac-354316030736831]
 [dberthet] [sogo-cal] Loading the JDBC driver for URL:
 jdbc:postgresql://localhost/sogo
 [2011-12-19 16:50:07,485] [funambol.sogo] [INFO]
 [6F3F398CA178B661681F58E0151AE0A2] [92.90.23.38] [fac-354316030736831]
 [dberthet] [sogo-cal] Context's user ID: dberthet
 [2011-12-19 16:50:07,485] [funambol.sogo] [INFO]
 [6F3F398CA178B661681F58E0151AE0A2] [92.90.23.38] [fac-354316030736831]
 [dberthet] [sogo-cal] Context sync mode: 201
 [2011-12-19 16:50:07,485] [funambol.sogo] [INFO]
 [6F3F398CA178B661681F58E0151AE0A2] [92.90.23.38] [fac-354316030736831]
 [dberthet] [sogo-cal] Context conflict resolution: 1
 [2011-12-19 16:50:07,485] [funambol.sogo] [INFO]
 [6F3F398CA178B661681F58E0151AE0A2] [92.90.23.38] [fac-354316030736831]
 [dberthet] [sogo-cal] Context query: null
 [2011-12-19 16:50:07,490] [funambol.handler] [ERROR]
 [6F3F398CA178B661681F58E0151AE0A2] [92.90.23.38] [fac-354316030736831]
 [dberthet] [] Error processing message
 java.lang.Error: Lexical Error: Unmatched Input
 
 
 On the smartphone
 Mon Dec 19 16:50:05 HNEC 2011 [ERROR] [SyncManager] Server responded 511
 to command SyncHdr
 Mon Dec 19 16:50:05 HNEC 2011 [ERROR] [SyncManager]
 SyncException(com.funambol.sync.SyncException: Server responded 511 to
 command SyncHdr)
 
 Thanx for your answers
 
 Dominique BERTHET
 Ecole des Mines de Saint-Etienne (France)
 
 
 
 Le 16/12/2011 19:59, František Kučera a écrit :
  Dne 16.12.2011 13:52, Wacław Michno napsal(a):
  [2011-12-16 13:02:05,902] [funambol.handler] [ERROR]
  [4790B38D97E466FCA616A0D3E5EE943F] [172.22.15.170] [fac-null]
  [myem...@example.pl] [] Error processing message
  java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError:
  org/apache/commons/configuration/plist/PropertyListConfiguration
 at 
  ca.inverse.sogo.engine.source.SOGoUtilities.getSyncTags(SOGoUtilities.java:167)
  Hi,
  
  I had this error when user was new and has not yet set his timezone
  (only global timezone for whole SOGo server was configured).
  If user logs in SOGo web interface, opens configuration dialog and saves
  it, his personal timezone was set and this error disappears.
  But it is just workaround.
  
  Error message says that java class PropertyListConfiguration is missing.
  So I put these libraries:
  commons-configuration-1.6.jar
  commons-collections-3.2.1.jar
  commons-lang-2.2.jar   
  commons-logging-1.1.1.jar
  into folder Funambol/tools/tomcat/lib/
  (and restarted Funambol of course)
  
  Then synchronization works also for new users (which don't have their
  timezone configured yet).
  
  František Kučera
 


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[SOGo] OT: Thunderbird in Enterprise

2011-12-19 Thread Marc Patermann

Hi,

to all the SOgo users using Thunderbird as mail client software with the 
Sogo add-ons this might be of interest for you:


tb-enterprise
is a mailing list to discuss deployment and configuration of
Thunderbird in enterprise environments. tb-enterprise is a community
for mutual support for everyday tasks based on first-hand experience,
and a forum for fostering better tools, documentation, options, and
functionality to support Thunderbird in the enterprise.

In 2012, we intend to have more of those exchanges via email, phone or 
any other relevant communication channel. But to do so, we need to get 
more decision-makers joining the debate for the Enterprise community: 
the number of registered members of the Enterprise Mailing list is still 
in the 100’ -when Enterprise represents millions of users!


We need your help to get more Enterprise decision-makers joining. Help 
us enrolling your peers and get them signing up on the Enterprise 
Mailing List:


Send them a mail suggesting to join 
https://mail.mozilla.org/listinfo/tb-enterprise.


Next time we will need to pick up your brain or exchange about 
Enterprise specific topic, you will have a louder voice.


We really hope that we will deliver an awesome Thunderbird in 2012.



Sorry for the noise.

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Re: [SOGo] sogo-tool

2011-12-19 Thread Ludovic Marcotte

On 19/12/11 11:50, Dominique wrote:
I've been looking for some sogo-tool documentation because the 'help' 
info is kind of scarce.
I have sogo install through apt-get (Ubuntu) and did not use sogo-tool 
so far, but simply typing sogo-tool in the console returns an error:


0x0xa5e8c0[SOGoStartupLogger] No configuration found. SOGo will not 
work properly.
2011-12-19 17:48:06.930 sogo-tool[4503] ERROR(+[GCSFolderManager 
defaultFolderManager]): default 'OCSFolderInfoURL' is not configured.


Since it is the result of an automated install I have no clue where to 
look for a config file specific for sogo-tool. The one for sogo is at 
its usual place and sogo works well. 

Run it as the sogo user, not root.

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Re: [SOGo] OT: Thunderbird in Enterprise

2011-12-19 Thread Brendan Murtagh
Thanks for the heads up. Our IT dept is running Thunderbird+SOGo 
Connector+SOGo Lightning Inverse edition as well as some other 
employees. We only run the SOGo Frontends and have had our bumps in the 
road, but for the most part it has been a successful piece of software 
to help access our GAL and CalDav.


I think it is important that Inverse and Mozilla work together to allow 
the software to interact in the way it was intended. After all, the 
users deserve a functional piece of software that works consistently on 
a day-to-day basis.


I look forward to see the discussions on the TB-Enterprise list and hope 
to help those who are in similar configurations.


Thanks again for the info, Marc.

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On 12/19/2011 11:27 AM, Marc Patermann wrote:

Hi,

to all the SOgo users using Thunderbird as mail client software with 
the Sogo add-ons this might be of interest for you:


tb-enterprise
is a mailing list to discuss deployment and configuration of
Thunderbird in enterprise environments. tb-enterprise is a community
for mutual support for everyday tasks based on first-hand experience,
and a forum for fostering better tools, documentation, options, and
functionality to support Thunderbird in the enterprise.

In 2012, we intend to have more of those exchanges via email, phone 
or any other relevant communication channel. But to do so, we need to 
get more decision-makers joining the debate for the Enterprise 
community: the number of registered members of the Enterprise Mailing 
list is still in the 100’ -when Enterprise represents millions of users!


We need your help to get more Enterprise decision-makers joining. Help 
us enrolling your peers and get them signing up on the Enterprise 
Mailing List:


Send them a mail suggesting to join 
https://mail.mozilla.org/listinfo/tb-enterprise.


Next time we will need to pick up your brain or exchange about 
Enterprise specific topic, you will have a louder voice.


We really hope that we will deliver an awesome Thunderbird in 2012.



Sorry for the noise.

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Re: [SOGo] OT: Thunderbird in Enterprise

2011-12-19 Thread Alessio Fattorini

Il 19/12/2011 18:01, Brendan Murtagh ha scritto:

I think it is important that Inverse and Mozilla work together to allow
the software to interact in the way it was intended. After all, the
users deserve a functional piece of software that works consistently on
a day-to-day basis.


I vote for this assumption.
I have a lot of customer that have only thunderbird + other plugins. All 
thunderbird are at the last relase and downgrade is a an expensive work, 
if they have addon only-compatible with last version is more 
complicated! I should de-install all the addon (save data) re-install 
tb3, install sogo addon and hope that others addon works with previous 
version!
Have an ESR Thunderbird/Lightning version compatible with inverse work 
should be a good step!

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RE: [SOGo] Probably another lame question but here goes....

2011-12-19 Thread Paul Mecham
Thank you for your reply, I really, really appreciate it.  I'm sorry I don't 
believe I understand your questions 100% but I think I might be getting the 
gist of it. 

As mentioned earlier we're using Cyrus, PostFix and Postgresql per the SOGO 
install recommendations.  To send and retrieve mail we're using SMTP and 
IMAPI/CYRUS.  

Through the SOGO Web interface we can login and send mail and that mail get to 
it's destination; we have yet to see mail come to the inbox.  


We've got a server whose CentOS host name is:
pahsogo1.pah.local

The name that's recognized from an IP name resolution perspective is 
mail.rvscapes.com

The mail server name from an MX mail record perspective is:
rvscapes.com


As a quick aside, we had an initial problem that was resolved with your teams 
help where we were getting the return email address of 
pmec...@mail.rvscapes.com but now, with your help, we got the reply email 
address coming back as pmec...@rvscapes.com.  Thank you for helping get over 
that bump even though it was not in you software where we had to configure the 
repair.

When we respond to an email sent from SOGO, the response email appears to get 
sent to our server because we can see the contents of the reply stored in files 
in the /home/pmecham/Maildir/new/ Folder in filenames that are named:
1324050827.V2aIe20b1M282935.pahsogo1.pah.local

What I'm not getting is how to tell SOGO or Thunderbird for that matter to look 
in this areas for these return emails.  I'm not even sure if it (postfix or 
cyrus?  I'm thinking postfix is making these files) works off of directories or 
some sort of LDAP property it's expecting?

From what I believe I hear you saying is that if we had our server name named 
mail.rvscapes.com then it would be likely, that the default setup would have 
worked out of the box, but because we've got different names we need to set 
some sort of configuration option somewhere to map pahsogo1.pah.local to 
mail.rvscapes.com?

As for answers to your questions (and thanks again for taking the time to 
respond):
Q. Can you connect with the parameters given in your SOGo configuration per 
IMAP client?

A.
I'm using the cyradm, client, and can see mailboxes and  ACL information, but 
I don't think you're asking about this client, am I correct? 

We also used thunderbird to hook up to our mail server, but it's the same as 
SOGO in that it can't see any of the incoming mail.  We can copy messages to 
the inbox and then we can see them in both SOGO WEB interface and Thuderbird so 
they appear to both be looking at the same INBOX, but oddly enough we can't 
create sub folders off of the inbox and we never see any of our response emails 
in either the Thunderbird or through the SOGO web interface.  So I'm thinking 
that the INBOX is somehow not connected to where our incoming mail is going.

I'm pretty sure this is not a SOGO issue.  It's that I'm retarded and don't 
know how to map or set the ACL for the INBOX correctly .  In my defense the 
INBOX seems like it's a special folder that is represented by the LDAP 
directory user.pmecham, but I'm not really clear if that statement is accurate. 
 I've tried adding user.pmecham.INBOX but that just made a new folder called 
inbox.

I believe it's the Postfix process that is creating the files that contain the 
reply's to our emails begin sent into the server but I'm not sure how configure 
Postfix or LDAP/SOSO/Thunderbird to hook the INBOX to the correct 
directories/service/etc.

Q. How did you change your configuration?
Here's my GNUSETUP
?xml version=1.0 encoding=UTF-8?
!DOCTYPE plist PUBLIC -//GNUstep//DTD plist 0.9//EN 
http://www.gnustep.org/plist-0_9.xml;
plist version=0.9
dict
keyNSGlobalDomain/key
dict
/dict
keysogod/key
dict
keySOGoMailShowSubscribedFoldersOnly/key
stringNO/string
keyGCSFolderDebugEnabled/key
stringYES/string
keyGCSFolderStoreDebugEnabled/key
stringYES/string
keyLDAPDebugEnabled/key
stringYES/string
keyMySQL4DebugEnabled/key
stringYES/string
keyNGImap4DisableIMAP4Pooling/key
stringYES/string
keyOCSFolderManagerSQLDebugEnabled/key
stringYES/string
keyPGDebugEnabled/key
stringYES/string
keySOGoDebugRequests/key
stringYES/string
keySOGoMailKeepDraftsAfterSend/key
stringYES/string
keySOGoUIxDebugEnabled/key
stringYES/string
keySoDebugObjectTraversal/key
stringYES/string
keySoSecurityManagerDebugEnabled/key
stringYES/string
keyWODontZipResponse/key
stringYES/string
keyWODebugZipResponse/key
stringYES/string
keyGCSFolderDebugEnabled/key
stringYES/string
keyGCSFolderStoreDebugEnabled/key
stringYES/string
keyLDAPDebugEnabled/key
stringYES/string
keyMySQL4DebugEnabled/key
stringYES/string

RE: [SOGo] Probably another lame question but here goes....

2011-12-19 Thread Paul Mecham
I'm starting to think I can't get email because of a mis-configuration on the 
IMAP side...

I see directories in the /var/lib/imap/user/someletter directory that seem to 
be setting up directory structures that look like they could potentially hold 
incoming mail.

My etc/imapd.conf file looks like this:
configdirectory: /var/lib/imap
partition-default: /var/spool/imap
admins: cyrus
sievedir: /var/lib/imap/sieve
sendmail: /usr/sbin/sendmail
hashimapspool: true
sasl_pwcheck_method: saslauthd
sasl_mech_list: PLAIN
tls_cert_file: /etc/pki/cyrus-imapd/cyrus-imapd.pem
tls_key_file: /etc/pki/cyrus-imapd/cyrus-imapd.pem
tls_ca_file: /etc/pki/tls/certs/ca-bundle.crt
allowplaintext: yes
altnamespace: yes

I'm going to find out what's up, it's just a matter of time :)


-Original Message-
From: Paul Mecham [mailto:pmec...@proapphosting.com] 
Sent: Monday, December 19, 2011 11:10 AM
To: Christian Mack; users@sogo.nu
Subject: RE: [SOGo] Probably another lame question but here goes

Thank you for your reply, I really, really appreciate it.  I'm sorry I don't 
believe I understand your questions 100% but I think I might be getting the 
gist of it. 

As mentioned earlier we're using Cyrus, PostFix and Postgresql per the SOGO 
install recommendations.  To send and retrieve mail we're using SMTP and 
IMAPI/CYRUS.  

Through the SOGO Web interface we can login and send mail and that mail get to 
it's destination; we have yet to see mail come to the inbox.  


We've got a server whose CentOS host name is:
pahsogo1.pah.local

The name that's recognized from an IP name resolution perspective is 
mail.rvscapes.com

The mail server name from an MX mail record perspective is:
rvscapes.com


As a quick aside, we had an initial problem that was resolved with your teams 
help where we were getting the return email address of 
pmec...@mail.rvscapes.com but now, with your help, we got the reply email 
address coming back as pmec...@rvscapes.com.  Thank you for helping get over 
that bump even though it was not in you software where we had to configure the 
repair.

When we respond to an email sent from SOGO, the response email appears to get 
sent to our server because we can see the contents of the reply stored in files 
in the /home/pmecham/Maildir/new/ Folder in filenames that are named:
1324050827.V2aIe20b1M282935.pahsogo1.pah.local

What I'm not getting is how to tell SOGO or Thunderbird for that matter to look 
in this areas for these return emails.  I'm not even sure if it (postfix or 
cyrus?  I'm thinking postfix is making these files) works off of directories or 
some sort of LDAP property it's expecting?

From what I believe I hear you saying is that if we had our server name named 
mail.rvscapes.com then it would be likely, that the default setup would have 
worked out of the box, but because we've got different names we need to set 
some sort of configuration option somewhere to map pahsogo1.pah.local to 
mail.rvscapes.com?

As for answers to your questions (and thanks again for taking the time to 
respond):
Q. Can you connect with the parameters given in your SOGo configuration per 
IMAP client?

A.
I'm using the cyradm, client, and can see mailboxes and  ACL information, but 
I don't think you're asking about this client, am I correct? 

We also used thunderbird to hook up to our mail server, but it's the same as 
SOGO in that it can't see any of the incoming mail.  We can copy messages to 
the inbox and then we can see them in both SOGO WEB interface and Thuderbird so 
they appear to both be looking at the same INBOX, but oddly enough we can't 
create sub folders off of the inbox and we never see any of our response emails 
in either the Thunderbird or through the SOGO web interface.  So I'm thinking 
that the INBOX is somehow not connected to where our incoming mail is going.

I'm pretty sure this is not a SOGO issue.  It's that I'm retarded and don't 
know how to map or set the ACL for the INBOX correctly .  In my defense the 
INBOX seems like it's a special folder that is represented by the LDAP 
directory user.pmecham, but I'm not really clear if that statement is accurate. 
 I've tried adding user.pmecham.INBOX but that just made a new folder called 
inbox.

I believe it's the Postfix process that is creating the files that contain the 
reply's to our emails begin sent into the server but I'm not sure how configure 
Postfix or LDAP/SOSO/Thunderbird to hook the INBOX to the correct 
directories/service/etc.

Q. How did you change your configuration?
Here's my GNUSETUP
?xml version=1.0 encoding=UTF-8?
!DOCTYPE plist PUBLIC -//GNUstep//DTD plist 0.9//EN 
http://www.gnustep.org/plist-0_9.xml;
plist version=0.9
dict
keyNSGlobalDomain/key
dict
/dict
keysogod/key
dict
keySOGoMailShowSubscribedFoldersOnly/key
stringNO/string
keyGCSFolderDebugEnabled/key
stringYES/string
keyGCSFolderStoreDebugEnabled/key
stringYES/string

Re: [SOGo] bug 0000091 still alive?

2011-12-19 Thread Francis Lachapelle
Bonjour Jean-Michel

On 2011-12-19, at 3:09 PM, Jean-Michel OLTRA wrote:

 SOGo version 1.3.11. Is there an hidden way to scroll through the
 contacts pane when composing an email? It seems to be the old 091
 bug. But may be I missed something?

Fixed.

See http://mtn.inverse.ca/revision/info/299e375e68f6404ffcb338c6e279d3da6123b87d


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Re: [SOGo] sieve: Proxy Error

2011-12-19 Thread Patrick Ben Koetter
Stephen,

* Stephen Ingram users@sogo.nu:
 On Tue, Dec 13, 2011 at 6:21 AM, Patrick Ben Koetter p...@state-of-mind.de 
 wrote:
  I'm having problems activating SIEVE rules on my sogo 1.3.11 (I had them on
  previous versions too) and I am kind of stuck debugging this.
 
  Creating a SIEVE rule is no problem. I can add another SIEVE rule (currently
  about 60 rules) and save it. But when I choose to activate the rule and 
  save
  and close it, I get a proxy error:
 
  Proxy Error
  The proxy server received an invalid response from an upstream server.
  The proxy server could not handle the request POST 
  /SOGo/so/p...@state-of-mind.de/preferences.
  Reason: Error reading from remote server
 
 
 ...snip...
 
  2011-12-13 15:11:53.958 sogod[28043] ERROR(-[NGBundleManager 
  bundleWithPath:]): could not create bundle for path: 
  '/usr/share/GNUstep/Libraries/gnustep-base/Versions/1.19/Resources/SSL.bundle'
 
 I could be wrong, but I don't think that SSL is supported yet for
 sieve. The log entry above leads me to believe that you are using this
 in your config file.

agreed, but I don't see how I would influence that because all I have in the
.GNUstepDefaults that relates to Sieve is this:

keySOGoSieveScriptsEnabled/key
stringYES/string

Besides that I have been able to create about 60 Sieve rules with the same
setup. I don't believe SOGo will choose to use unencrypted connections for
some and SSL encrypted connections for other storage requests.

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Re: [SOGo] thunderbird 8 ?

2011-12-19 Thread André Schild

Am 19.12.2011 18:48, schrieb samuel kalika:

Hello everyone!

I need to sync a database of addresses with thunderbird/osx, and I saw 
Sogo was only working with thunderbird 3.1 is someone working on 
compatibility of Sogo and Thunderbird 3? Do we know if sometime soon 
there will be a solution to this problem?


Thank you!!
Samuel

Look at this thread:

https://inverse.ca/sogo/lists/arc/users/2011-11/msg00326.html

Basically inverse is working to get the lightning and connector code 
ready for the first thunderbird esr release. Will probaby be with TB 10 
somewhere in the first months of 2012


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Re: Re : Re: [SOGo] sieve: Proxy Error

2011-12-19 Thread Patrick Ben Koetter
* Ludovic Marcotte users@sogo.nu:
 On 19/12/11 16:29, Patrick Ben Koetter wrote:
 Are you suggesting it is something else that causes sogod to segfault?
 Install the debug packages for SOPE/SOGo and GNUstep and run it inside gdb.
 
 su - sogo
 gdb --args /usr/sbin/sogod -WOUseWatchDog NO -WONoDetach YES -WOPort
 2 -WOWorkersCount 1 -WOLogFile - -WOPidFile /tmp/sogo.pid
 (gdb) r
 ...
 [CONTROL-C]
 (gdb) b raise
 Breakpoint 1 at 0xf147dfc: file NSException.m, line 956.
 (gdb) c
 Continuing.
 [CRASH OR EXCEPTION RAISED]
 (gdb) bt

sogo@mail:~$ gdb --args /usr/sbin/sogod -WOUseWatchDog NO -WONoDetach YES 
-WOPort 2 -WOWorkersCount 1 -WOLogFile - -WOPidFile /tmp/sogo.pid

...

done.
(gdb) r
Starting program: /usr/sbin/sogod -WOUseWatchDog NO -WONoDetach YES -WOPort 
2 -WOWorkersCount 1 -WOLogFile - -WOPidFile /tmp/sogo.pid
[Thread debugging using libthread_db enabled]
Dec 19 22:35:41 sogod [19899]: version 1.3.11 (build @vizzini.inverse.ca 
20111216) -- starting
Dec 19 22:35:41 sogod [19899]: vmem size check enabled: shutting down app when 
vmem  384 MB
Dec 19 22:35:41 sogod [19899]: 0x0x915e30[SOGoProductLoader] SOGo products 
loaded from '/usr/lib/GNUstep/SOGo':
Dec 19 22:35:41 sogod [19899]: 0x0x915e30[SOGoProductLoader]   Mailer.SOGo, 
MainUI.SOGo, MailPartViewers.SOGo, MailerUI.SOGo, Contacts.SOGo, 
AdministrationUI.SOGo, PreferencesUI.SOGo, SchedulerUI.SOGo, CommonUI.SOGo, 
ContactsUI.SOGo, Appointments.SOGo
Dec 19 22:35:41 sogod [19899]: |SOGo| WOHttpAdaptor listening on address *:2
Dec 19 22:35:53 sogod [19899]: 0x0xcb5560[SOGoCache] Cache cleanup interval 
set every 300.00 seconds
Dec 19 22:35:53 sogod [19899]: 0x0xcb5560[SOGoCache] Using host(s) 
'localhost' as server(s)
2011-12-19 22:35:53.056 sogod[19899] Note(SoObject): SoDebugKeyLookup is 
enabled!
2011-12-19 22:35:53.056 sogod[19899] Note(SoObject): SoDebugBaseURL is enabled!
2011-12-19 22:35:53.056 sogod[19899] Note(SoObject): relative base URLs are 
enabled.
2011-12-19 22:35:53.062 sogod[19899] WARNING(-[SaxXMLReaderFactory 
_loadBundlePath:infoDictionary:nameMap:typeMap:]): multiple parsers available 
for MIME type 'text/calendar', using 'VSCardSaxDriver' as default for type 
text/calendar.
2011-12-19 22:35:53.062 sogod[19899] WARNING(-[SaxXMLReaderFactory 
_loadBundlePath:infoDictionary:nameMap:typeMap:]): multiple parsers available 
for MIME type 'text/x-vcard', using 'VSCardSaxDriver' as default for type 
text/x-vcard.
2011-12-19 22:35:53.071 sogod[19899] ERROR(-[NGBundleManager bundleWithPath:]): 
could not create bundle for path: 
'/usr/share/GNUstep/Libraries/gnustep-base/Versions/1.19/Resources/SSL.bundle'
2011-12-19 22:35:53.097 sogod[19899] WOCompoundElement: pool embedding is on.
2011-12-19 22:35:53.097 sogod[19899] WOCompoundElement: id logging is on.
2011-12-19 22:35:53.119 sogod[19899] WARNING(-[NSNull(misc) count]): called 
NSNull -count (returns 0) !!!
127.0.0.1 - - [19/Dec/2011:22:35:53 GMT] GET /SOGo/ HTTP/1.1 200 4250/0 0.083 
11810 64% 2M
Dec 19 22:36:02 sogod [19899]: SOGoRootPage successful login for user 
'p...@state-of-mind.de' - expire = -1  grace = -1
Dec 19 22:36:02 sogod [19899]: [WARN] 0x0xcd2620[SOGoWebDAVAclManager] entry 
'{DAV:}write' already exists in DAV permissions table
Dec 19 22:36:02 sogod [19899]: [WARN] 0x0xcd2620[SOGoWebDAVAclManager] entry 
'{DAV:}write-properties' already exists in DAV permissions table
Dec 19 22:36:02 sogod [19899]: [WARN] 0x0xcd2620[SOGoWebDAVAclManager] entry 
'{DAV:}write-content' already exists in DAV permissions table
2011-12-19 22:36:02.208 sogod[19899] Note: Using UTF-8 as URL encoding in 
NGExtensions.
127.0.0.1 - - [19/Dec/2011:22:36:02 GMT] POST /SOGo/connect HTTP/1.1 200 
27/57 0.086 - - 880K
127.0.0.1 - - [19/Dec/2011:22:36:02 GMT] GET /SOGo/p...@state-of-mind.de 
HTTP/1.1 302 0/0 0.002 - - 8K
127.0.0.1 - - [19/Dec/2011:22:36:02 GMT] GET /SOGo/p...@state-of-mind.de/view 
HTTP/1.1 302 0/0 0.050 - - 544K
127.0.0.1 - - [19/Dec/2011:22:36:02 GMT] GET 
/SOGo/so/p...@state-of-mind.de/Mail HTTP/1.1 302 0/0 0.002 - - 0
2011-12-19 22:36:02.426 sogod[19899] WARNING: IMAP4 connection pooling is 
disabled!
2011-12-19 22:36:02.435 sogod[19899] Note(NGImap4Connection): using '/' as the 
IMAP4 folder separator.
2011-12-19 22:36:02.678 sogod[19899] Note: using 'UCS-2LE' on Linux.
127.0.0.1 - - [19/Dec/2011:22:36:03 GMT] GET 
/SOGo/so/p...@state-of-mind.de/Mail/view HTTP/1.1 200 17482/0 0.818 88186 80% 
31M
127.0.0.1 - - [19/Dec/2011:22:36:03 GMT] POST 
/SOGo/so/p...@state-of-mind.de/Calendar/alarmslist?browserTime=1324330563 
HTTP/1.1 200 210/0 0.027 - - 68K
127.0.0.1 - - [19/Dec/2011:22:36:03 GMT] POST 
/SOGo/so/p...@state-of-mind.de/Mail/0/mailboxes HTTP/1.1 200 9738/0 0.236 - - 0
127.0.0.1 - - [19/Dec/2011:22:36:04 GMT] POST 
/SOGo/so/p...@state-of-mind.de/Mail//0/folderINBOX/unseenCount HTTP/1.1 200 
13/0 0.234 - - 4K
127.0.0.1 - - [19/Dec/2011:22:36:04 GMT] POST 
/SOGo/so/p...@state-of-mind.de/Mail/foldersState HTTP/1.1 200 153/0 0.009 - - 0
127.0.0.1 - - 

Re: Re : Re: [SOGo] sieve: Proxy Error

2011-12-19 Thread Ludovic Marcotte

On 19/12/11 16:39, Patrick Ben Koetter wrote:

sogo@mail:~$ gdb --args /usr/sbin/sogod -WOUseWatchDog NO -WONoDetach YES 
-WOPort 2 -WOWorkersCount 1 -WOLogFile - -WOPidFile /tmp/sogo.pid

...

done.
(gdb) r
Starting program: /usr/sbin/sogod -WOUseWatchDog NO -WONoDetach YES -WOPort 
2 -WOWorkersCount 1 -WOLogFile - -WOPidFile /tmp/sogo.pid
[Thread debugging using libthread_db enabled]
Dec 19 22:35:41 sogod [19899]: version 1.3.11 (build @vizzini.inverse.ca 
20111216) -- starting
Dec 19 22:35:41 sogod [19899]: vmem size check enabled: shutting down app when 
vmem  384 MB
Dec 19 22:35:41 sogod [19899]:0x0x915e30[SOGoProductLoader]  SOGo products 
loaded from '/usr/lib/GNUstep/SOGo':
Dec 19 22:35:41 sogod [19899]:0x0x915e30[SOGoProductLoader]Mailer.SOGo, 
MainUI.SOGo, MailPartViewers.SOGo, MailerUI.SOGo, Contacts.SOGo, 
AdministrationUI.SOGo, PreferencesUI.SOGo, SchedulerUI.SOGo, CommonUI.SOGo, 
ContactsUI.SOGo, Appointments.SOGo
Dec 19 22:35:41 sogod [19899]:|SOGo|  WOHttpAdaptor listening on address *:2
Dec 19 22:35:53 sogod [19899]:0x0xcb5560[SOGoCache]  Cache cleanup interval 
set every 300.00 seconds
Dec 19 22:35:53 sogod [19899]:0x0xcb5560[SOGoCache]  Using host(s) 
'localhost' as server(s)
2011-12-19 22:35:53.056 sogod[19899] Note(SoObject): SoDebugKeyLookup is 
enabled!
2011-12-19 22:35:53.056 sogod[19899] Note(SoObject): SoDebugBaseURL is enabled!
2011-12-19 22:35:53.056 sogod[19899] Note(SoObject): relative base URLs are 
enabled.
2011-12-19 22:35:53.062 sogod[19899] WARNING(-[SaxXMLReaderFactory 
_loadBundlePath:infoDictionary:nameMap:typeMap:]): multiple parsers available 
for MIME type 'text/calendar', using 'VSCardSaxDriver' as default for type 
text/calendar.
2011-12-19 22:35:53.062 sogod[19899] WARNING(-[SaxXMLReaderFactory 
_loadBundlePath:infoDictionary:nameMap:typeMap:]): multiple parsers available 
for MIME type 'text/x-vcard', using 'VSCardSaxDriver' as default for type 
text/x-vcard.
2011-12-19 22:35:53.071 sogod[19899] ERROR(-[NGBundleManager bundleWithPath:]): 
could not create bundle for path: 
'/usr/share/GNUstep/Libraries/gnustep-base/Versions/1.19/Resources/SSL.bundle'
2011-12-19 22:35:53.097 sogod[19899] WOCompoundElement: pool embedding is on.
2011-12-19 22:35:53.097 sogod[19899] WOCompoundElement: id logging is on.
2011-12-19 22:35:53.119 sogod[19899] WARNING(-[NSNull(misc) count]): called 
NSNull -count (returns 0) !!!
127.0.0.1 - - [19/Dec/2011:22:35:53 GMT] GET/SOGo/  HTTP/1.1 200 4250/0 0.083 
11810 64% 2M
Dec 19 22:36:02 sogod [19899]: SOGoRootPage successful login for user 
'p...@state-of-mind.de' - expire = -1  grace = -1
Dec 19 22:36:02 sogod [19899]: [WARN]0x0xcd2620[SOGoWebDAVAclManager]  entry 
'{DAV:}write' already exists in DAV permissions table
Dec 19 22:36:02 sogod [19899]: [WARN]0x0xcd2620[SOGoWebDAVAclManager]  entry 
'{DAV:}write-properties' already exists in DAV permissions table
Dec 19 22:36:02 sogod [19899]: [WARN]0x0xcd2620[SOGoWebDAVAclManager]  entry 
'{DAV:}write-content' already exists in DAV permissions table
2011-12-19 22:36:02.208 sogod[19899] Note: Using UTF-8 as URL encoding in 
NGExtensions.
127.0.0.1 - - [19/Dec/2011:22:36:02 GMT] POST /SOGo/connect HTTP/1.1 200 
27/57 0.086 - - 880K
127.0.0.1 - - [19/Dec/2011:22:36:02 GMT] GET /SOGo/p...@state-of-mind.de 
HTTP/1.1 302 0/0 0.002 - - 8K
127.0.0.1 - - [19/Dec/2011:22:36:02 GMT] GET /SOGo/p...@state-of-mind.de/view 
HTTP/1.1 302 0/0 0.050 - - 544K
127.0.0.1 - - [19/Dec/2011:22:36:02 GMT] GET /SOGo/so/p...@state-of-mind.de/Mail 
HTTP/1.1 302 0/0 0.002 - - 0
2011-12-19 22:36:02.426 sogod[19899] WARNING: IMAP4 connection pooling is 
disabled!
2011-12-19 22:36:02.435 sogod[19899] Note(NGImap4Connection): using '/' as the 
IMAP4 folder separator.
2011-12-19 22:36:02.678 sogod[19899] Note: using 'UCS-2LE' on Linux.
127.0.0.1 - - [19/Dec/2011:22:36:03 GMT] GET 
/SOGo/so/p...@state-of-mind.de/Mail/view HTTP/1.1 200 17482/0 0.818 88186 80% 31M
127.0.0.1 - - [19/Dec/2011:22:36:03 GMT] POST 
/SOGo/so/p...@state-of-mind.de/Calendar/alarmslist?browserTime=1324330563 HTTP/1.1 
200 210/0 0.027 - - 68K
127.0.0.1 - - [19/Dec/2011:22:36:03 GMT] POST 
/SOGo/so/p...@state-of-mind.de/Mail/0/mailboxes HTTP/1.1 200 9738/0 0.236 - - 0
127.0.0.1 - - [19/Dec/2011:22:36:04 GMT] POST 
/SOGo/so/p...@state-of-mind.de/Mail//0/folderINBOX/unseenCount HTTP/1.1 200 13/0 
0.234 - - 4K
127.0.0.1 - - [19/Dec/2011:22:36:04 GMT] POST 
/SOGo/so/p...@state-of-mind.de/Mail/foldersState HTTP/1.1 200 153/0 0.009 - - 0
127.0.0.1 - - [19/Dec/2011:22:36:06 GMT] GET 
/SOGo/so/p...@state-of-mind.de/preferences HTTP/1.1 200 17804/0 0.119 98789 81% 140K

Program received signal SIGSEGV, Segmentation fault.
0x75255e44 in GSFromUnicode () from /usr/lib/libgnustep-base.so.1.19

at this point, just type bt and send the stack trace.

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Re: Re : Re: [SOGo] sieve: Proxy Error

2011-12-19 Thread Patrick Ben Koetter
* Ludovic Marcotte users@sogo.nu:
sogo@mail:~$ gdb --args /usr/sbin/sogod -WOUseWatchDog NO -WONoDetach YES 
-WOPort 2 -WOWorkersCount 1 -WOLogFile - -WOPidFile /tmp/sogo.pid

...

done.
(gdb) r
Starting program: /usr/sbin/sogod -WOUseWatchDog NO -WONoDetach YES -WOPort 
2 -WOWorkersCount 1 -WOLogFile - -WOPidFile /tmp/sogo.pid
[Thread debugging using libthread_db enabled]
Dec 19 22:43:02 sogod [21201]: version 1.3.11 (build @vizzini.inverse.ca 
20111216) -- starting
Dec 19 22:43:02 sogod [21201]: vmem size check enabled: shutting down app when 
vmem  384 MB
Dec 19 22:43:02 sogod [21201]: 0x0x915e30[SOGoProductLoader] SOGo products 
loaded from '/usr/lib/GNUstep/SOGo':
Dec 19 22:43:02 sogod [21201]: 0x0x915e30[SOGoProductLoader]   Mailer.SOGo, 
MainUI.SOGo, MailPartViewers.SOGo, MailerUI.SOGo, Contacts.SOGo, 
AdministrationUI.SOGo, PreferencesUI.SOGo, SchedulerUI.SOGo, CommonUI.SOGo, 
ContactsUI.SOGo, Appointments.SOGo
Dec 19 22:43:03 sogod [21201]: |SOGo| WOHttpAdaptor listening on address *:2
Dec 19 22:43:14 sogod [21201]: 0x0xcb5fd0[SOGoCache] Cache cleanup interval 
set every 300.00 seconds
Dec 19 22:43:14 sogod [21201]: 0x0xcb5fd0[SOGoCache] Using host(s) 
'localhost' as server(s)
2011-12-19 22:43:14.355 sogod[21201] Note(SoObject): SoDebugKeyLookup is 
enabled!
2011-12-19 22:43:14.355 sogod[21201] Note(SoObject): SoDebugBaseURL is enabled!
2011-12-19 22:43:14.355 sogod[21201] Note(SoObject): relative base URLs are 
enabled.
2011-12-19 22:43:14.356 sogod[21201] WARNING(-[SaxXMLReaderFactory 
_loadBundlePath:infoDictionary:nameMap:typeMap:]): multiple parsers available 
for MIME type 'text/calendar', using 'VSCardSaxDriver' as default for type 
text/calendar.
2011-12-19 22:43:14.356 sogod[21201] WARNING(-[SaxXMLReaderFactory 
_loadBundlePath:infoDictionary:nameMap:typeMap:]): multiple parsers available 
for MIME type 'text/x-vcard', using 'VSCardSaxDriver' as default for type 
text/x-vcard.
2011-12-19 22:43:14.362 sogod[21201] ERROR(-[NGBundleManager bundleWithPath:]): 
could not create bundle for path: 
'/usr/share/GNUstep/Libraries/gnustep-base/Versions/1.19/Resources/SSL.bundle'
2011-12-19 22:43:14.387 sogod[21201] WOCompoundElement: pool embedding is on.
2011-12-19 22:43:14.387 sogod[21201] WOCompoundElement: id logging is on.
Dec 19 22:43:14 sogod [21201]: SOGoRootPage successful login for user 
'p...@state-of-mind.de' - expire = -1  grace = -1
Dec 19 22:43:14 sogod [21201]: [WARN] 0x0xff6a90[SOGoWebDAVAclManager] entry 
'{DAV:}write' already exists in DAV permissions table
Dec 19 22:43:14 sogod [21201]: [WARN] 0x0xff6a90[SOGoWebDAVAclManager] entry 
'{DAV:}write-properties' already exists in DAV permissions table
Dec 19 22:43:14 sogod [21201]: [WARN] 0x0xff6a90[SOGoWebDAVAclManager] entry 
'{DAV:}write-content' already exists in DAV permissions table
2011-12-19 22:43:14.530 sogod[21201] Note: Using UTF-8 as URL encoding in 
NGExtensions.
127.0.0.1 - - [19/Dec/2011:22:43:14 GMT] POST /SOGo/connect HTTP/1.1 200 
27/57 0.204 - - 4M
127.0.0.1 - - [19/Dec/2011:22:43:14 GMT] GET /SOGo/so/p...@state-of-mind.de 
HTTP/1.1 302 0/0 0.002 - - 8K
127.0.0.1 - - [19/Dec/2011:22:43:14 GMT] GET 
/SOGo/so/p...@state-of-mind.de/view HTTP/1.1 302 0/0 0.007 - - 12K
127.0.0.1 - - [19/Dec/2011:22:43:14 GMT] GET 
/SOGo/so/p...@state-of-mind.de/Mail HTTP/1.1 302 0/0 0.003 - - 0
2011-12-19 22:43:14.719 sogod[21201] WARNING: IMAP4 connection pooling is 
disabled!
2011-12-19 22:43:14.739 sogod[21201] Note(NGImap4Connection): using '/' as the 
IMAP4 folder separator.
2011-12-19 22:43:14.981 sogod[21201] Note: using 'UCS-2LE' on Linux.
127.0.0.1 - - [19/Dec/2011:22:43:15 GMT] GET 
/SOGo/so/p...@state-of-mind.de/Mail/view HTTP/1.1 200 17438/0 0.832 88176 80% 
31M
127.0.0.1 - - [19/Dec/2011:22:43:15 GMT] POST 
/SOGo/so/p...@state-of-mind.de/Calendar/alarmslist?browserTime=1324330995 
HTTP/1.1 200 210/0 0.027 - - 68K
127.0.0.1 - - [19/Dec/2011:22:43:16 GMT] POST 
/SOGo/so/p...@state-of-mind.de/Mail/0/mailboxes HTTP/1.1 200 9738/0 0.224 - - 0
127.0.0.1 - - [19/Dec/2011:22:43:16 GMT] POST 
/SOGo/so/p...@state-of-mind.de/Mail//0/folderINBOX/unseenCount HTTP/1.1 200 
13/0 0.210 - - 4K
127.0.0.1 - - [19/Dec/2011:22:43:16 GMT] POST 
/SOGo/so/p...@state-of-mind.de/Mail/foldersState HTTP/1.1 200 153/0 0.008 - - 0
127.0.0.1 - - [19/Dec/2011:22:43:17 GMT] GET 
/SOGo/so/p...@state-of-mind.de/preferences HTTP/1.1 200 17804/0 0.113 98789 
81% 156K
127.0.0.1 - - [19/Dec/2011:22:43:26 GMT] REPORT 
/SOGo/dav/f...@state-of-mind.de/Calendar/personal/ HTTP/1.1 207 125/245 0.017 
- - 56K
127.0.0.1 - - [19/Dec/2011:22:43:26 GMT] REPORT 
/SOGo/dav/f...@state-of-mind.de/Calendar/p_A_state-of-mind_D_de_personal/ 
HTTP/1.1 207 125/245 0.019 - - 8K
127.0.0.1 - - [19/Dec/2011:22:43:26 GMT] REPORT 
/SOGo/dav/f...@state-of-mind.de/Calendar/p_A_state-of-mind_D_de_6985-4D91A400-1-71246780/
 HTTP/1.1 207 125/245 0.013 - - 0
127.0.0.1 - - [19/Dec/2011:22:43:26 GMT] REPORT 

Re: Re : Re: [SOGo] sieve: Proxy Error

2011-12-19 Thread Ludovic Marcotte

On 19/12/11 16:46, Patrick Ben Koetter wrote:

[snip]

HTH,

Install the SOPE debugging packages, as I requested!

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Re: Re : Re: [SOGo] sieve: Proxy Error

2011-12-19 Thread Patrick Ben Koetter
* Ludovic Marcotte users@sogo.nu:
 On 19/12/11 16:46, Patrick Ben Koetter wrote:
 
 [snip]
 HTH,
 Install the SOPE debugging packages, as I requested!

Sorry, misunderstood you to install sogo-dbg only.

sogo@mail:~$ gdb --args /usr/sbin/sogod -WOUseWatchDog NO -WONoDetach YES 
-WOPort 2 -WOWorkersCount 1 -WOLogFile - -WOPidFile /tmp/sogo.pid
...
(gdb) r
Starting program: /usr/sbin/sogod -WOUseWatchDog NO -WONoDetach YES -WOPort 
2 -WOWorkersCount 1 -WOLogFile - -WOPidFile /tmp/sogo.pid
[Thread debugging using libthread_db enabled]
Dec 19 22:54:08 sogod [23171]: version 1.3.11 (build @vizzini.inverse.ca 
20111216) -- starting
Dec 19 22:54:08 sogod [23171]: vmem size check enabled: shutting down app when 
vmem  384 MB
Dec 19 22:54:08 sogod [23171]: 0x0x915e30[SOGoProductLoader] SOGo products 
loaded from '/usr/lib/GNUstep/SOGo':
Dec 19 22:54:08 sogod [23171]: 0x0x915e30[SOGoProductLoader]   Mailer.SOGo, 
MainUI.SOGo, MailPartViewers.SOGo, MailerUI.SOGo, Contacts.SOGo, 
AdministrationUI.SOGo, PreferencesUI.SOGo, SchedulerUI.SOGo, CommonUI.SOGo, 
ContactsUI.SOGo, Appointments.SOGo
Dec 19 22:54:08 sogod [23171]: |SOGo| WOHttpAdaptor listening on address *:2
2011-12-19 22:54:10.657 sogod[23171] Note: Using UTF-8 as URL encoding in 
NGExtensions.
Dec 19 22:54:10 sogod [23171]: 0x0xcb5720[SOGoCache] Cache cleanup interval 
set every 300.00 seconds
Dec 19 22:54:10 sogod [23171]: 0x0xcb5720[SOGoCache] Using host(s) 
'localhost' as server(s)
2011-12-19 22:54:10.664 sogod[23171] Note(SoObject): SoDebugKeyLookup is 
enabled!
2011-12-19 22:54:10.664 sogod[23171] Note(SoObject): SoDebugBaseURL is enabled!
2011-12-19 22:54:10.664 sogod[23171] Note(SoObject): relative base URLs are 
enabled.
2011-12-19 22:54:10.671 sogod[23171] WARNING(-[SaxXMLReaderFactory 
_loadBundlePath:infoDictionary:nameMap:typeMap:]): multiple parsers available 
for MIME type 'text/calendar', using 'VSCardSaxDriver' as default for type 
text/calendar.
2011-12-19 22:54:10.671 sogod[23171] WARNING(-[SaxXMLReaderFactory 
_loadBundlePath:infoDictionary:nameMap:typeMap:]): multiple parsers available 
for MIME type 'text/x-vcard', using 'VSCardSaxDriver' as default for type 
text/x-vcard.
2011-12-19 22:54:10.684 sogod[23171] ERROR(-[NGBundleManager bundleWithPath:]): 
could not create bundle for path: 
'/usr/share/GNUstep/Libraries/gnustep-base/Versions/1.19/Resources/SSL.bundle'
2011-12-19 22:54:10.719 sogod[23171] WOCompoundElement: pool embedding is on.
2011-12-19 22:54:10.719 sogod[23171] WOCompoundElement: id logging is on.
127.0.0.1 - - [19/Dec/2011:22:54:10 GMT] GET 
/SOGo/so/p...@state-of-mind.de/preferences HTTP/1.1 200 17804/0 0.175 98789 
81% 6M

Program received signal SIGSEGV, Segmentation fault.
0x75255e44 in GSFromUnicode () from /usr/lib/libgnustep-base.so.1.19
(gdb) ^CQuit
(gdb) b raise
Breakpoint 1 at 0x74d0d790
(gdb) bt
#0  0x75255e44 in GSFromUnicode () from /usr/lib/libgnustep-base.so.1.19
#1  0x7508e5e8 in ?? () from /usr/lib/libgnustep-base.so.1.19
#2  0x75095e55 in ?? () from /usr/lib/libgnustep-base.so.1.19
#3  0x766da4fa in -[NGSieveClient putScript:script:] (self=0x10f3920, 
_cmd=value optimized out, _name=value optimized out, _script=0x10f2af0)
at NGSieveClient.m:434
#4  0x77b66368 in ?? () from /usr/lib/libSOGo.so.1
#5  0x7fffef090dee in -[SOGoMailAccount updateFilters] (self=0x10ecba0, 
_cmd=0x7fffedd3cc60) at SOGoMailAccount.m:307
#6  0x7fffedb337e4 in -[UIxPreferences defaultAction] (self=0xe7e610, 
_cmd=0x76e5d650) at UIxPreferences.m:1046
#7  0x76b33c15 in -[SoActionInvocation 
callOnObject:withPositionalParametersWhenNotNil:inContext:] (self=0xca90f0, 
_cmd=value optimized out, 
_client=0xd7edf0, _positionalArgs=0x0, _ctx=0xddbf80) at 
SoActionInvocation.m:307
#8  0x76b2ee58 in -[SoObjectMethodDispatcher dispatchInContext:] 
(self=0x1030410, _cmd=value optimized out, _ctx=0xddbf80) at 
SoObjectMethodDispatcher.m:191
#9  0x76b311e8 in -[SoObjectRequestHandler 
handleRequest:inContext:session:application:] (self=0xa2cc20, _cmd=value 
optimized out, 
_rq=value optimized out, _ctx=0xddbf80, _sn=value optimized out, 
app=value optimized out) at SoObjectRequestHandler.m:591
#10 0x76ac09ca in -[WORequestHandler handleRequest:] (self=0xa2cc20, 
_cmd=value optimized out, _request=0xefc6a0) at WORequestHandler.m:241
#11 0x76a862ac in -[WOCoreApplication dispatchRequest:usingHandler:] 
(self=0x9ce9f0, _cmd=value optimized out, _request=0xefc6a0, handler=0xa2cc20)
at WOCoreApplication.m:704
#12 0x004032e3 in -[SOGo dispatchRequest:] (self=0x9ce9f0, 
_cmd=0x76e43600, _request=0xefc6a0) at SOGo.m:451
#13 0x76b20b55 in -[WOHttpTransaction _run] (self=0xc93f30, _cmd=value 
optimized out) at WOHttpTransaction.m:581
#14 0x76b20d48 in -[WOHttpTransaction run] (self=0xc93f30, _cmd=value 
optimized out) at WOHttpTransaction.m:634
#15 0x76b1cfa9 in -[WOHttpAdaptor 

Re: [SOGo] bug 0000091 still alive?

2011-12-19 Thread Jean-Michel OLTRA

Bonjour,


Le lundi 19 décembre 2011, Francis Lachapelle a écrit...


  SOGo version 1.3.11. Is there an hidden way to scroll through the
  contacts pane when composing an email? It seems to be the old 091
  bug. But may be I missed something?

 Fixed.

 See 
 http://mtn.inverse.ca/revision/info/299e375e68f6404ffcb338c6e279d3da6123b87d

Great! Thanks to all!

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[SOGo] BTS activities for Monday, December 19 2011

2011-12-19 Thread SOGo reporter
Title: BTS activities for Monday, December 19 2011





  
BTS Activities

  Home page: http://www.sogo.nu/bugs
  Project: SOGo
  For the period covering: Monday, December 19 2011

  
  
idlast updatestatus (resolution)categorysummary
	
	
	  
	
1168
	2011-12-19 09:38:24
	updated (open)
	Web Mail
	Some URLs are rendered improperly.
	
	  
	
1553
	2011-12-19 10:29:57
	updated (open)
	Web Mail
	Email from opera is displayed as attachment
	
	  
	
1366
	2011-12-19 15:30:31
	updated (open)
	with SOGo
	Cannot be installed in Thunderbird 5 (not compatible )
	
	  
	
  
  




Re: Re : Re: [SOGo] sieve: Proxy Error

2011-12-19 Thread Martin Rabl
IMHO no.


---
Martin Rabl

Am 19.12.2011 um 22:29 schrieb Patrick Ben Koetter p...@state-of-mind.de:

 * Martin Rabl users@sogo.nu:
 The SSL-Bundle error message is very very very ... old and known. It can be 
 ignored.
 
 Are you suggesting it is something else that causes sogod to segfault?
 
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