Re: [SOGo] Thunderbird 17 still asks for the password several times [was Re: SOGo extensions for Thunderbird 10!]

2013-01-11 Thread Joe Hogan

I saw the same thing.  I ended up moving all calendars to à new account and it 
worked.  But, I had to authenticate à few times before it stuck.

At least I now know that I was not the only person.  I hope that they fix this.


On 2013-01-11, at 15:51, Nobody wrote:

 I noticed myself after upgrading to Thunderbird 17 that I was being prompted 
 to authenticate seemingly for every calendar I was subscribed to in addition 
 to once for my mail.
 After a lot of tinkering with versions and settings, I found myself digging 
 through the extracted contents of the Lightning extension.
 There, I found the file calAuthUtils.jsm in the modules sub directory.
 I've found that if I overwrite the cal.auth.Prompt.prototype 
 definition/code block, with the version from lightning-1.0b2.105i (Inverse 
 Edition for the 3.x release), and of course, re-zip the extension back up and 
 re-install it, I get the old behavior of only being prompted to enter my 
 password twice, once for mail and once for all of my calendars.
 This appears to work on Linux and OSX with 17.0.2.
 I've yet to test with the 10.x series or with Windows but I suspect its the 
 same issue.
 I believe it has to do with the way the authentication realms are being 
 handled for CalDAV auth, but I'm no expert.
 Hope maybe this will help and not break too much stuff.
 Seems to work.
 On 12/14/2012 12:34 AM, Luca Olivetti wrote:
 Al 14/12/2012 9:17, En/na Buddy Butterfly ha escrit:
 Hi Luca,
 you should use the master password as TB stores all passwords in
 cleartext by default!
 Why do you think I forcefully disabled password caching until now?
 Anyway, now that's no more possible, my question was:
 is there a way to programmatically *FORCE* on my users the use of a
 master password?
 Am 14.12.2012 09:10, schrieb Luca Olivetti:
 Al 13/12/2012 13:37, En/na Luca Olivetti ha escrit:
 Al 13/12/2012 11:22, En/na Thoralf Schulze ha escrit:
 hi Luca,
 Am 13.12.2012 10:44 schrieb Luca Olivetti:
 I'm trying thunderbird 17 esr with the corresponding extensions and I
 still see it has the same problem: it asks for the password several
 have a look at the startup master-extension¹ for thunderbird … it
 quite fine here for thunderbird 10esr, at least regarding tb asking
 its master passwort several times.
 with kind regards,
 ¹ -
 Maybe, but I don't like/want to set a master password, I just want my
 users to introduce their login password once, like it was possible with
 the integrator for thunderbird 3.
 OK, since it seems it's not possible to do that, I could enable
 password caching, but I'd like a way to force the use of a master
 password, to be set the first time my users start the upgraded
 My google-fu failed me to find a way, do you know if is there one?
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[SOGo] looking into using sogo - multiple domains?

2012-12-26 Thread Joe Hogan


I have been looking at Sogo with interest.

Does Sogo have the ability to be hosted on one location, but have users 
form different domains?

Or, is there a way to have 1 install, and have it appear ion diferent 
domains?  ie: