Re: [SOGo] Sogo adress book at Gigaset

2022-01-07 Thread Paul van der Vlis
Op 06-01-2022 om 17:48 schreef "t.b.mailingli...@igeno-fat.de" 
(t.b.mailingli...@igeno-fat.de):

Hello,

I can't talk about the Gigaset Go-Box 100, but the GIGASET IP DECT 
Multicell system N720-DM-PRO  has following options - has anyone an idea 
if this could be connected to SoGo adressbook? Christian? Anyone?:



 1. *Phone book via Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP)*
 2.


Phone book via XML-Protocol

 3. *Public online phone books*

You can select the online phonebooks of several providers for
display in the handset.

Provider:

  * kT Phonebook
  * Telefoongids
  * Phone cat.
  * DGS Navne
  * [tel.search.ch]
  * Settings for a custom provider  ...



Maybe that custom provider can do it?

Modern Fritzboxes can do it, for example the 7490. But it's not perfect, 
I have problems with some special characters like the é in names, then 
the contact is not visable. But in general it works.


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Re: [SOGo] Less filter options

2021-12-13 Thread Paul van der Vlis

Hello Francis, and others,

Op 09-12-2021 om 20:26 schreef Francis Lachapelle (flachape...@inverse.ca):

Hi Paul


On Dec 9, 2021, at 14:20, Jürgen Echter  wrote:



you can go to settings -> e-mail -> filters -> add filter and choose which 
rules to apply and where to put that mails.


Exactly. And if you don't see the "file the message in" action, that means that your Sieve server 
doesn't support (or advertise) the "fileinto" action. You can inspect the JavaScript variable 
"sieveCapabilities" from your browser's console when visiting your preferences.


I found that Sieve did not work in the newer SOGo version, so no 
"fileinto".  In my Cyrus config I had a line:

sieve  cmd="timsieved" listen="localhost:sieve" prefork=0 maxchild=100

In my sogo.conf I do not connect to localhost, but to the real hostname. 
 What I did is remove "localhost:" and now it works.


Another option would be is to connect Sieve to localhost in sogo.conf.

Thanks for the help!

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Re: [SOGo] Less filter options

2021-12-09 Thread Paul van der Vlis
Op 09-12-2021 om 20:20 schreef Jürgen Echter 
(j.ech...@echter-kuechen-elektro.de):


you can go to settings -> e-mail -> filters -> add filter and choose 
which rules to apply and where to put that mails.


I guess it will become more clear with a screenshot:
https://vandervlis.nl/screenshot.png

Yes, I could do what you write on a machine using SOGo 3.2.6. But on 
another machine with SOGo 5.0.1 I have less options. The action "File 
the message in ..."  is missing for example.


How do I get more options in the filter?

I am a sysadmin not a user, this SOGo filter is an example.

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Re: [SOGo] Less filter options

2021-12-09 Thread Paul van der Vlis
Op 09-12-2021 om 16:21 schreef Christian Mack 
(christian.m...@uni-konstanz.de):

Hello

On 09.12.21 00:18, Paul van der Vlis (p...@vandervlis.nl) wrote:

Hello,

I would like to upgrade SOGo from version 3.2.6 to 5.0.1, and I am
wondering there are less filter options in 5.0.1.

For example I don't see an action "File the message in ...".

What will be wrong?



This function has moved.
You have to select an email by clicking on the person icon in front of
it in the list, then use the three dots menu above the list --> "Move To".

You can move multiple emails at the same time with this, by selecting
multiple emails at once.


Thanks for your reply!

I want to make a filter what moves mail. For example move all mail with 
[SOGO] in the subject to a folder called "Sogo". Is that possible in 
this way? I could move messages, but do not saw an option for making a 
filter out of it...


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[SOGo] Less filter options

2021-12-09 Thread Paul van der Vlis

Hello,

I would like to upgrade SOGo from version 3.2.6 to 5.0.1, and I am 
wondering there are less filter options in 5.0.1.


For example I don't see an action "File the message in ...".

What will be wrong?

(I would like to upgrade to 5.0.1 because that's a version what's 
supported by Debian.)


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Re: [SOGo] Login slow for one user

2021-05-19 Thread Paul van der Vlis

Op 19-05-2021 om 16:43 schreef Francis Lachapelle (flachape...@inverse.ca):

Hi Paul


On May 19, 2021, at 09:52, Paul van der Vlis  wrote:

Sogo works fine, but not for one user. Login there is really very slow.
Restart Sogo and Memcache does not help.

What can I do to fix this problem?
Or to find what's wrong exactly?


This usually happens when the user has subscribed to external Web calendars. Check log 
entries for "Load web calendar".


There was a subscribed external web calendar, and changing this solved 
the problem!  Thanks!


(But I did not found "Load web calendar" or something simular in the logs.)

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[SOGo] Login slow for one user

2021-05-19 Thread Paul van der Vlis

Hello,

Sogo works fine, but not for one user. Login there is really very slow.
Restart Sogo and Memcache does not help.

What can I do to fix this problem?
Or to find what's wrong exactly?

( This is about Sogo 3.2.6 from Debian oldstable, there is a serious 
problem with Sogo in Debian stable, so I wait with updating till the 
next Debian version, what will come soon.)


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[SOGo] Sogo 3.2.6 and IOS

2019-06-26 Thread Paul van der Vlis
Hello,

Customers are telling me that it's not possible to login into Sogo after
the latetst update of IOS. I am using Sogo 3.2.6 from Debian stable.

Is this a known problem?

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Re: [SOGo] Support

2017-10-15 Thread Paul van der Vlis
Op 06-10-17 om 07:52 schreef Julia Schneider
(j...@fabmation.de):
> Hello,
> 
> we're using SoGo since May 2017, we have a problem and we hope you can fix.
> 
> The problem is, we need shared calenders. We have created a user
> (postmaster) where we can add coordinate meetings, vacations, travel,
> etc. The problem is, every scheduled event belongs first to postmaster
> and this account gets the mails about invitations, response, etc., not
> the person who created it.
> 
> So we started to create the event first in our personal calendar, and
> when we finish creating and inviting people we have to move the event to
> the shared calendar. This is very inconvenient and error prone.
> 
> What can we do,  that the person who creates an event is automatically
> the owner?

The person who creates an event can do this with it's own calendar.
People who accepts an invitation will get it in it's own calendar, so
the postmaster calendar is not really needed.

If you like something as an postmaster-calendar I see that as something
extra, you could make one person responsible to keep that calendar
up-to-date. That's less error prone.

Hope this helps!

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Re: [SOGo] Mass export to ldif and ics

2017-04-24 Thread Paul van der Vlis
Op 21-04-17 om 17:24 schreef Gerald Brandt
(g...@majentis.com):
> Would this be a valid way to get everyone's calendar for Outlook's
> free/busy?

It gives all appointments for the calendar in the form of an Icalendar
(ICS) file. From that you can find out when somebody is free or busy.

With regards,
Paul van der Vlis

> Gerald
> 
> 
> 
> On 2017-04-21 08:59 AM, Paul van der Vlis
> (p...@vandervlis.nl) wrote:
>> Op 21-04-17 om 12:49 schreef Hubert Gilch
>> (h...@sepag.de):
>>> Hello Paul,
>>>> The calendars (ics) and addressbooks (ldif) of many users.
>>> The sogo backup files are quite simple, so i would write a perl script
>>> which writes all data between every "BEGIN VCALENDAR" and "END
>>> VCALENDAR" occurences into an ics-File and for VCARD into a ldif-File,
>>> looping over the backup files of all users.
>> It lookslike you are right!  It's easy for the calendar.
>> The VCARD's are all seperate, but it's not really complex. Thanks!
>>
>> Does somebody have allready a script what does this nice?
>>
>> With regards,
>> Paul van der Vlis.
>>
>>
>>
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Re: [SOGo] Mass export to ldif and ics

2017-04-21 Thread Paul van der Vlis
Op 21-04-17 om 12:49 schreef Hubert Gilch (h...@sepag.de):
> Hello Paul,
>> The calendars (ics) and addressbooks (ldif) of many users.
> The sogo backup files are quite simple, so i would write a perl script
> which writes all data between every "BEGIN VCALENDAR" and "END
> VCALENDAR" occurences into an ics-File and for VCARD into a ldif-File,
> looping over the backup files of all users.

It lookslike you are right!  It's easy for the calendar.
The VCARD's are all seperate, but it's not really complex. Thanks!

Does somebody have allready a script what does this nice?

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Re: [SOGo] Mass export to ldif and ics

2017-04-21 Thread Paul van der Vlis
Op 21-04-17 om 01:04 schreef Chris Coleman:

> What are you trying to export to LDIF and ICS?  All the personal
> information associated with mailbox usernames on the SOGo server? All
> the contacts related to every username on the SOGo server? Or all the
> contents of the LDAP server relevant to SOGo usernames?

The calendars (ics) and addressbooks (ldif) of many users.

I have a customer with about 180 accounts who wants to go to an Exchange
environment, and they want their data. It's a pity, they merge with
another organization.

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[SOGo] Mass export to ldif and ics

2017-04-20 Thread Paul van der Vlis
Hello,

I am looking for a way to do a mass export to ldif and ics for many
users, without knowing the password of the user.

Everything seems to be in the file what you get with "sogo-tool backup
username", but how to convert this file to ldif and ics?

Or is there another way? Maybe the SOGo admin-account can access
everything, like in Cyrus IMAP?

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[SOGo] sogo-tool rename

2017-04-11 Thread Paul van der Vlis
Hello list,

I try to rename a user with something like:
sogo-tool -v rename-user adegraaf avandermeer

I get an output like this:
<0x0x8616ac0[SOGoCache]> Cache cleanup interval set every 300.00 seconds
<0x0x8616ac0[SOGoCache]> Using host(s) 'localhost' as server(s)

But when I login as the new user I don't see an calendar or adress-book.

What will be wrong?

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Re: [SOGo] Ical and MOVE

2016-11-22 Thread Paul van der Vlis
Op 22-11-16 om 12:00 schreef Christian Mack
(christian.m...@uni-konstanz.de):
> Am 21.11.2016 um 17:39 schrieb Paul van der Vlis (p...@vandervlis.nl):
>> Op 18-11-16 om 18:04 schreef Paul van der Vlis
>> (p...@vandervlis.nl):
>>> Op 17-11-16 om 15:42 schreef Christian Mack
>>> (christian.m...@uni-konstanz.de):
>>>
>>>> Yes MOVE means moving the event into another calendar.
>>>> The question is, in which calendar did it move?
>>>> As you can not see it in SOGo, it moved it out of SOGo.
>>>> So check the local calendars in Apple Calendar.
>>>
>>> Thanks for your help, I will let the user check it.
>>
>> There is no local calendar, the appointment is gone.
>>
>> My customer gived me a time where he changed an appointment without
>> switching calendar. After that the appointment was gone.
>> I see two MOVE's in the log at the same second.
>>
>> You can see this hapening in Ical, because you see some kind of
>> animation. But it can take a minute. So you need to wait a minute and
>> look if you see the animation, this is unusuable...
>>
>> So, if you change an appointment there is a change that the appointment
>> is gone.  If you switch calendar this is always, if you change something
>> else, this is sometimes.
>>
>> I am using Sogo "2.2.9+git20141017" what comes with Debian stable.
>> Before I've used Sogo "1.3.17" without this problem.
>>
>> Are more people seeing this problem?
>>
>> The app on the Iphone does not work good too, when you move an
>> appointment from one calendar to another, the appointment is copied and
>> not moved.
>>
> 
> I would update to the current version of SOGo V2.
> That is 2.3.17.
> The Debian included one is several years old now.

I don't like agile software, I like security patches on well tested
software.

> There where a ton of bugs fixed, some are related to iOS.

I've looked at the changelog, but I don't saw patches about this
problem. https://sogo.nu/bugs/changelog_page.php

> Perhaps you even want to update to SOGo V3.
> The web interface is completely different though.

I normally wait till Debian comes with a new version.
Except, when there is a really good reason to do something else.

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Re: [SOGo] Ical and MOVE

2016-11-21 Thread Paul van der Vlis
Op 18-11-16 om 18:04 schreef Paul van der Vlis
(p...@vandervlis.nl):
> Op 17-11-16 om 15:42 schreef Christian Mack
> (christian.m...@uni-konstanz.de):
> 
>> Yes MOVE means moving the event into another calendar.
>> The question is, in which calendar did it move?
>> As you can not see it in SOGo, it moved it out of SOGo.
>> So check the local calendars in Apple Calendar.
> 
> Thanks for your help, I will let the user check it.

There is no local calendar, the appointment is gone.

My customer gived me a time where he changed an appointment without
switching calendar. After that the appointment was gone.
I see two MOVE's in the log at the same second.

You can see this hapening in Ical, because you see some kind of
animation. But it can take a minute. So you need to wait a minute and
look if you see the animation, this is unusuable...

So, if you change an appointment there is a change that the appointment
is gone.  If you switch calendar this is always, if you change something
else, this is sometimes.

I am using Sogo "2.2.9+git20141017" what comes with Debian stable.
Before I've used Sogo "1.3.17" without this problem.

Are more people seeing this problem?

The app on the Iphone does not work good too, when you move an
appointment from one calendar to another, the appointment is copied and
not moved.

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Re: [SOGo] Ical and MOVE

2016-11-18 Thread Paul van der Vlis
Op 17-11-16 om 15:42 schreef Christian Mack
(christian.m...@uni-konstanz.de):

> Yes MOVE means moving the event into another calendar.
> The question is, in which calendar did it move?
> As you can not see it in SOGo, it moved it out of SOGo.
> So check the local calendars in Apple Calendar.

Thanks for your help, I will let the user check it.

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Re: [SOGo] Ical and MOVE

2016-11-09 Thread Paul van der Vlis
Op 09-11-16 om 15:18 schreef Paul van der Vlis
(p...@vandervlis.nl):
> Hello,
> 
> Sometimes I see problems with users using Apple Ical and sogo 2.2.9 from
> Debian stable. New created appointments are gone then.
> 
> In the logs I see this:
> [07/Nov/2016:22:58:13 GMT] "MOVE
> /SOGo/dav/hans/Calendar/227A-501D7500-9-6BEF3500/A235338E-F830-4B10-94E9-BF2379995CE6.ics
> HTTP/1.1" 201 0/0 0.019 - - 0
> 
> Has somebody else seen this too?
> 
> When do I get a MOVE in my logs?

I think it's used by Ical when moving an appoinment from one calendar to
another calendar.

When Thunderbird does this, it does not use MOVE.

Please tell if you know more.

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[SOGo] Ical and MOVE

2016-11-09 Thread Paul van der Vlis
Hello,

Sometimes I see problems with users using Apple Ical and sogo 2.2.9 from
Debian stable. New created appointments are gone then.

In the logs I see this:
[07/Nov/2016:22:58:13 GMT] "MOVE
/SOGo/dav/hans/Calendar/227A-501D7500-9-6BEF3500/A235338E-F830-4B10-94E9-BF2379995CE6.ics
HTTP/1.1" 201 0/0 0.019 - - 0

Has somebody else seen this too?

When do I get a MOVE in my logs?

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Re: [SOGo] Samba backend question

2015-09-24 Thread Paul van der Vlis
Op 24-09-15 om 08:27 schreef Martin Simovic:

> samba-tool has these options, invoke help to list all of them. 

I found an option "--mail-address=" for samba-tool what works, but it is
not documented in the man-page or in the help (Samba 4.1.17).

I did not found an option to set the common name in samba-tool. I will
search further, thanks for you help!

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>> Hello,
>>
>> I am trying to use Sogo with Samba backend. I've created a user with
>> samba-tool and it works for authentication.
>>
>> But samba-tool does not have options to set the mail address and the
>> common name. I've changed those settings using ldapmodify, but is this
>> really the good way to do this?
>>
>> With regards,
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>>
>>
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Re: [SOGo] Samba backend question

2015-09-24 Thread Paul van der Vlis
Op 24-09-15 om 20:41 schreef Paul van der Vlis:
> Op 24-09-15 om 19:13 schreef Rowland Penny:
>> On 24/09/15 16:57, Paul van der Vlis wrote:
>>> Op 24-09-15 om 08:27 schreef Martin Simovic:
>>>
>>>> samba-tool has these options, invoke help to list all of them.
>>> I found an option "--mail-address=" for samba-tool what works, but it is
>>> not documented in the man-page or in the help (Samba 4.1.17).
>>
>> As far as I am aware, setting the mail address has always been there:
>>
>> root@dc01:~# samba -V
>> Version 4.1.17-Debian
>>
>> samba-tool user create --help
>>   --mail-address=MAIL_ADDRESS
>> User's email address
> 
> Ah, thanks!
> 
>> I did not found an option to set the common name in samba-tool. I will
>> search further, thanks for you help!
>>
>> --use-username-as-cn  Force use of username as user's CN
> 
> I want e.g. "john" as username and "John Doe" as CN. so not the same.

Ah, I found it ;-)

samba-tool user create john verysecret --given-name=John --surname=Doe \
  --mail-address=j...@hallo.nl

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[SOGo] Samba backend question

2015-09-23 Thread Paul van der Vlis
Hello,

I am trying to use Sogo with Samba backend. I've created a user with
samba-tool and it works for authentication.

But samba-tool does not have options to set the mail address and the
common name. I've changed those settings using ldapmodify, but is this
really the good way to do this?

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[SOGo] Thunderbird 38 coming soon

2015-04-01 Thread Paul van der Vlis
Hello,

I saw there is a new Thunderbird coming, maybe an idea to test it early
with Sogo connector.

With regards,
Paul van der Vlis

---
(Please hold your questions about what is new in version 38)

Version 38 is coming soon, and testing of the beta even sooner.  To help
assure a high quality future public release we need users who will do
one or more of the following:

* give the beta a quick kick
* test new features and fixes
* run beta for some period of time determined by you, as your primary
system

If you are potentially available to help with testing in the next few
weeks please add your name to
https://mail.mozilla.org/listinfo/thunderbird-testers
thunderbird-testers is a low traffic list where testing is announced -
it is not a discussion list.

Your assistance will benefit your fellow users, and will be appreciated.
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Re: [SOGo] SoGo Connector: No Changes

2015-02-11 Thread Paul van der Vlis
Op 10-02-15 om 14:46 schreef
alex.bollm...@mtg-gmbh.de:
 SoGo Connector 31.0.1
 Lightning 3.3.3
 Thunderbird 31.4.0
 
 I can create a remote adress book, but it does not sync any contacts. Tried it
 on my Baikal Server, with Google Contacts and with the SoGo demo. There are no
 error messages, it just says no changes.
 
 
 Checked it on other computers and it doesn't work anywhere. My Android device
 did connect to my Baikal Server.
 
 I don't know where the Problem is.

The Sogo connector does not give an error when it cannot contact.

Maybe post the URL you are using, I use this in Thunderbird:
https://sogo.vandervlis.nl/SOGo/dav/paul/Contacts/personal/

Normally an address book is created automatically.

Sogo does not use a seperate server for address books or calendars, so
when you use Sogo you don't need Baikal server.

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[SOGo] Sogo slow when in another virtual machine then IMAP

2015-01-29 Thread Paul van der Vlis
Hello,

I try Sogo in another virtual machine then the IMAP (=Cyrus), both
virtual machines are on the same host.

The mail in Sogo is really slow this way. Showing a message what's not
in the cache takes always more then 5 seconds.

It does not seems to be a DNS problem, a telnet to the mailserver on
port 143 is fast. And I have the same problems without TLS.
I don't see errors in the maillog.

Is here somebody with more experience running Sogo on another VM?
Is it always so slow?

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Re: AW: [SOGo] Move Mails

2014-10-30 Thread Paul van der Vlis
Hello Marc,

op 28-10-14 07:04, Marc-Tell Lammich schreef:
 Good morning Paul,
 good morning Götz,
 
 thanks for your help.
 I'm running Sogo under Ubuntu 14.04 with dovecot, fetchmail and postfix.
 Actually it's just an implementation for my family and me at home, I got
 tired of all the webservices and their security and the big brother watching
 us.
 
 So I will move the mails or just mount a directory of the disk-array to
 /var/mail/

Maybe this is interesting for you:
http://wiki2.dovecot.org/MailLocation

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 Regards
 Marc
 
 -Ursprüngliche Nachricht-
 Von: users-requ...@sogo.nu [mailto:users-requ...@sogo.nu] Im Auftrag von
 Paul van der Vlis
 Gesendet: Sonntag, 26. Oktober 2014 19:12
 An: users@sogo.nu
 Betreff: Re: [SOGo] Move Mails
 
 op 26-10-14 18:53, hoschi schreef:
 Hello everybody,

 i've just installed an configured SOGo with it's defalut settings.

 Now i've set up a new disk-array and i would like to move the data 
 to this new disk.
 Can please somebody tell where i can find all the mails of all the users
 (e.g.
 directory or mysql database) so that i'm able to move all the mails?
 
 That depends on which Linux distro and which IMAP service you are using.
 
 When it's Debian and Cyrus, you will find the mail in /var/spool/cyrus and
 the databases in /usr/lib/cyrus/ .
 
 When you are using Dovecot, you will find in most cases the mail in the
 homedirectoies of the users.
 
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[SOGo] Debian package for sogo-connector

2014-10-26 Thread Paul van der Vlis
Hello,

There is a Debian package now for sogo-connector:
https://packages.debian.org/unstable/xul-ext-sogo-connector
https://packages.qa.debian.org/s/sogo-connector.html

Carsten told me he is working on version 31 now.

It is expected to come into the new Debian version (Jessie).

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Re: [SOGo] Move Mails

2014-10-26 Thread Paul van der Vlis
op 26-10-14 18:53, hoschi schreef:
 Hello everybody,
 
 i've just installed an configured SOGo with it's defalut settings.
 
 Now i've set up a new disk-array and i would like to move the data to this
 new disk.
 Can please somebody tell where i can find all the mails of all the users (e.g.
 directory or mysql database) so that i'm able to move all the mails?

That depends on which Linux distro and which IMAP service you are using.

When it's Debian and Cyrus, you will find the mail in /var/spool/cyrus
and the databases in /usr/lib/cyrus/ .

When you are using Dovecot, you will find in most cases the mail in the
homedirectoies of the users.

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Re: [SOGo] Sogo still freeze and 100%CPU

2014-10-26 Thread Paul van der Vlis
op 15-10-14 11:24, Sogo Thailand schreef:

 Our server is freezed from time to time.

I've seen this problem too. I am using Cyrus for IMAP, and the solution
was to increase the max-child setting in /etc/cyrus.conf.

Dovecot will have such a setting too.

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Re: [SOGo] Thunderbird 31

2014-09-19 Thread Paul van der Vlis
op 24-07-14 15:41, Adi Kriegisch schreef:
 Hey!
 
 Overall it appears to be working... I just got an error where auto
 completion does not work when composing a mail:
 in 
 sogo-connec...@inverse.ca.xpi!/components/SOGoConnectorAutocompleteSearch.js
 Line: 326
 Error: _parser.makeFullAddress is not a function.

 Any ideas?

 Autocomplete works fine here (Windows 7 x64)...
 Interesting... Wherefrom did you get sogo-connector? In the github repo it
 still uses makeFullAddress which does not exist in TB31 any more.

Here autocomplete works fine too.

Debian Jessie using Icedove 31.0-3 (from Debian)
Iceowl-extension 31.0-3 (from Debian)
sogo-connector 24.06 (from sogo.nu)

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Re: [SOGo] LDAP Addressbook vs SOGo Addressbook

2014-09-17 Thread Paul van der Vlis


op 17-09-14 09:50, Sergio Talens-Oliag schreef:
 Hello again,
 
 I've been playing with the default LDAP Addressbook and I've found some 
 problems
 with it:
 
 - I can't copy contacts to other addressbooks in Thunderbird (it works on the
   Web inteface)
 
 - Contact photos are not shown on LDAP addressbooks neither on the web or on 
 the
   web interface (I guess that is bug http://www.sogo.nu/bugs/view.php?id=747)
 
 - It is not possible to show the LDAP entries when looking at the addressbook
   (that one is http://www.sogo.nu/bugs/view.php?id=438)

Sogo connector is not perfect.

The Mozilla-people published they are rewriting the addressbook, not
sure this stopped. I think nobody wants to spend much time on a backend
what will be replaced.

 As my LDAP is not as big (I have 120 active users, more or less) I dumped my
 LDAP directory from Roundcube and loaded into a SOGo Addressbook and the
 previous problems dissapear (well, I still need to autosubscribe my users to
 that Addressbook, but apart from that it works).

What I have seen, Sogo Cnonnector does not sync when you configure a
read-only address book in Sogo. See:
http://www.sogo.nu/bugs/view.php?id=2929

 Looking at that I guess my best option is to sync my LDAP with the SOGo
 Addressbook, but I've searched a little for a tool to do that and I have not
 found one, so my question is... is there any utility to do that with SOGo or
 should I learn about CardDAV and code it myself? If I should do it myself, any
 library recommendations with a python interface? (I already have python 
 scripts to
 work against my LDAP server, so using the same language is the best option if
 its has to be a new development)

I have no experience with it, but maybe take a look at this:
http://lostpackets.de/pycarddav/
http://vobject.skyhouseconsulting.com/

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[SOGo] Contacts not selectable

2014-07-10 Thread Paul van der Vlis
Hello,

I have a strange problem with Sogo 2.05a from Debian backports:
I cannot select a contact.

This is the with many different browsers (Firefox, Chrome, Iceweasel).

This is what chromium says in the javascript console:
---
Uncaught Error: cannot call methods on draggable prior to
initialization; attempted to call method 'destroy'
jquery.js?lm=1353011304:551
jQuery.extend.error jquery.js?lm=1353011304:551
(anonymous function) jquery-ui.js?lm=1382992844:5
jQuery.extend.each jquery.js?lm=1353011304:660
jQuery.fn.jQuery.each jquery.js?lm=1353011304:271
b.fn.(anonymous function) jquery-ui.js?lm=1382992844:5
configureDraggables ContactsUI.js?lm=1376647632:1499
initContacts ContactsUI.js?lm=1376647632:1340
_createResponder.responder prototype.js?lm=1289939606:5575
fire prototype.js?lm=1289939606:5734
_methodized prototype.js?lm=1289939606:438
fireContentLoadedEvent prototype.js?lm=1289939606:5820
---

I've contact with Jeroen Dekkers who created the Debian package.
He cannot reproduce the error. Is here somebody with an idea?

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Re: [SOGo] Sogo without memcached

2014-07-09 Thread Paul van der Vlis
op 08-07-14 15:02, Ludovic Marcotte schreef:
 On 2014-07-08, 8:56 AM, Paul van der Vlis wrote:
 I've tried it, and it seems to work. I only get many errors in my
 logfiles.
 
 It's possible but it'll be slow, orca fat slow.

I've tried it, and did not see any problem in slowness.
It is for systems with only a few users.

But I saw the logfiles where full with error-messages like:
-
Jul 08 07:55:05 sogod [8534]: 0x0xb8c494d0[SOGoCache] an error
occurred when caching value for key 'jk+attributes': SERVER HAS FAILED
AND IS DISABLED UNTIL TIMED RETRY
-

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[SOGo] Sogo without memcached

2014-07-08 Thread Paul van der Vlis
Hello,

Is it possible to run Sogo without memcached?
I prefer that for security reasons.

I've tried it, and it seems to work. I only get many errors in my logfiles.

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Re: [SOGo] SOGo

2013-10-02 Thread Paul van der Vlis
Op 01-10-13 19:10, Laz Peterson schreef:

 The biggest drawback to this particular chat service (both server and
 client) is that it uses Java.  So, each client takes up ~60MB of RAM for
 a simple chat session.  I would love to see a worthy replacement 

I am using Prosody and it's great:
http://prosody.im/
http://packages.debian.org/wheezy/prosody

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[SOGo] LDAP address book not working

2013-04-24 Thread Paul van der Vlis
Hello,

My LDAP address book is not working. What will be wrong?
The authentication works fine.

I don't know if the id field is important?
Now there is only some name in that field.

 SOGoUserSources = (
  {
type = ldap;
CNFieldName = cn;
IDFieldName = uid;
UIDFieldName = uid;
baseDN = ou=Users,dc=domain,dc=local;
bindDN = cn=admin,dc=domain,dc=local;
bindPassword = secret;
canAuthenticate = YES;
displayName = LDAP addresses;
hostname = 192.168.28.240;
id = contacts;
isAddressBook = YES;
port = 389;
filter = (mail='*@*');
  }
 );

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Re: [SOGo] LDAP address book not working

2013-04-24 Thread Paul van der Vlis
On 24-04-13 17:36, Christian Mack wrote:
 Hello Paul van der Vlis
 
 
 Am 2013-04-24 15:25, schrieb Paul van der Vlis:

 My LDAP address book is not working. What will be wrong?
 The authentication works fine.

 I don't know if the id field is important?
 Now there is only some name in that field.

  SOGoUserSources = (
   {
 type = ldap;
 CNFieldName = cn;
 IDFieldName = uid;
 UIDFieldName = uid;
 baseDN = ou=Users,dc=domain,dc=local;
 bindDN = cn=admin,dc=domain,dc=local;
 bindPassword = secret;
 canAuthenticate = YES;
 displayName = LDAP addresses;
 hostname = 192.168.28.240;
 id = contacts;
 isAddressBook = YES;
 port = 389;
 filter = (mail='*@*');
   }
  );

 
 This should work.
 What problem do you have with it?
 Can you not see the global address book LDAP addresses in the SOGo
 webinterface at all?

I see an LDAP addresses address book in Sogo.

 Can you not find addresses while searching in the global addressbook?

Hmm, it works now!

I searched for someone who was not correct in the LDAP. I can find other
persons...

 What error message do you get?

 id is the internal reference for that User Source.
 Therefore it must be unique within the configuration of SOGo.

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[SOGo] LDAP filter question

2013-04-23 Thread Paul van der Vlis
Hello,

I use LDAP authentication on a server, but there are some users in LDAP
who I don't want to give access to Sogo.

They should be easy to filter, because they don't have an e-mail
address. Do you have an idea how to filter this?

This does not work:
filter = (!(mail=''));
filter = (!(mail=));
filter = (!(mail='*@*'));
filter = (!(mail=*@*));

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Re: [SOGo] LDAP filter question

2013-04-23 Thread Paul van der Vlis
On 23-04-13 16:35, Ludovic Marcotte wrote:
 filter = (!(mail=*))

This gives an error: object not found: mailtest.
Where mailtest is the user.

Sogo version 1.3.16 from Debian 7.

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[SOGo] Salt in SQL backend

2013-04-09 Thread Paul van der Vlis
Hello,

I would like to authenticate against a postgresql database with salted
passwords.

When I see the code of 'crypto_v5.patch' then it looks likes that salt
is supported with md5 and some sha variants:
http://www.sogo.nu/bugs/view.php?id=1608

Is that true?
(The patch is added in Sogo version 1.3.16)

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Re: [SOGo] Question SOGo/Thunderbird

2012-07-28 Thread Paul van der Vlis
Op 28-07-12 00:59, Nicolas Cauchie schreef:
 Hello there !
 
 I have a question, maybe a dumb question...
 
 If I understood the documentation, SOGo Integrator/Connector isn't
 efficient if SOGo server and Mail server are differents ?
 
 My configuration is :
 - A mail server (Dovecot/Postfix)
 - A SOGo server (lastest day release)
 - An AD server (W2k8)
 
 When using WebInterface, everything's OK (ouch!) : mails, calendar,
 contacts..
 
 When I configure Thunderbird with an email account, everything's OK.
 (mails only, obviously)
 
 Then I install SOGo Integrator (customized), Connector and Mozilla
 Lightning.
 
 Never I set the SOGo adress server... How Thunderbird is supposed to
 know this adress to catch contacts and calendar? If I understood
 (again..) Integrator customization is only to allow automatic updates...?
 My Thunderbird mail account IMAP/SMTP adresses pointing to my mails
 server, not my SOGo server, and it's the only one place where I can set
 any adress...

Hello Nicolas,

I don't know Integrator. I create an calendar and an address book in
Thunderbird, then it works.

The calendar configuration is simple to find: file | new | calendar.

The address book configuration is only in the address book itself. file
| new | addressbook on server

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[SOGo] addons.mozilla.org

2012-06-13 Thread Paul van der Vlis
Hello,

Why are the Thunderbird frontends like Sogo connector not on
addons.mozilla.org?


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Re: [SOGo] SOGO and Thunderbird

2012-04-01 Thread Paul van der Vlis
Op 31-03-12 01:54, perLinux.it schreef:
 I need a bit of help cause i'm stocked.
 
 Here is what i did.
 1. I installed SOGO on my test server
 Everything works fine. I'm able to check emails use calendars etc ...
 
 Now i need to connect thunderbird on my work computer with SOGO on my
 server.
 I downloaded these 2 extensions and modified them with the right settings.
 
 I installed these 2 extensions but I can't understand what they are
 supposed to do exactly.

There are 3 extentions. One is for the calendars, one is for the
addressbooks, and one is for management-tasks.

The last one is for when you have to manage many computers in a local
network so far I know. You don't need that I expect.

 I see a sync button on calendars and tasks, i see you can invite people
 when you make tasts, ...
 
 I would love to share calendars between server (Debian) and my work
 laptop (Opensuse).
 If i get the ics url of the calendar from SOGO and i try to add it to my
 TB+Light that doesnt work. I can see calendar changes i made from SOGO
 but i cant change or add anythingf to that calendar from Thunderbird.

Url's for Thunderbird, something like:
adressbook: https://your.server/SOGo/dav/paul/Contacts/personal/ 
calendar:   https://your.server/SOGo/dav/paul/Calendar/personal/

 And also I had to change the username of my 1st TB account to the one of
 SOGO and that is not good.

You can also change the password in Sogo.

Maybe you like the howto I wrote:
http://wiki.debian.org/SOGo

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[SOGo] Shortcust list

2012-03-19 Thread Paul van der Vlis
Hello,

Is there a list with shortcuts what you can use in the Sogo webinterface?

I miss some important shortcuts like ctrl-enter (=send mail) and ctrl-r
(reply) and a way to switch from the folders to the messages to the
search field and vice versa (in Thunderbird I use 'tab' for that).

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Re: [SOGo] IMAP sogo

2012-03-16 Thread Paul van der Vlis
Op 16-03-12 10:58, Mikel schreef:
 Hi
 
 I have instaled SOGO and cyrus-imapd-2.2 like I can read in
 documentation, I configure IMAP with:
 
 root@debianSogo:~# su - sogo
 sogo@debianSogo:~$ defaults write sogod SOGoDraftsFolderName Drafts
 sogo@debianSogo:~$ defaults write sogod SOGoSentFolderName Sent
 sogo@debianSogo:~$ defaults write sogod SOGoTrashFolderName Trash
 sogo@debianSogo:~$ defaults write sogod SOGoIMAPServer localhost
 
 I have Sogo with Ldap autentification, I it's works fine on sogoweb. But
 I can't connect to IMAP throw thunderbird I have always login or
 password incorrect but are well.
 
 If I connect to telnet in port 143  the server response but I can't
 login too, always I get login worn or user incorrect
 
 I think that IMAP is not working with Ldap like Sogo is working, 
 
 Any Idea please?

Did you configure /etc/saslauthd.conf ?

I use something like this (for an external server):
ldap_servers: ldaps://192.168.10.8/
ldap_auth_method: bind
ldap_bind_dn: cn=test,ou=diversen,ou=users,ou=xxx,dc=xxx,dc=local
ldap_bind_pw: secret
ldap_search_base: ou=xxx,DC=xxx,DC=local
ldap_filter: samaccountname=%u

If you have more questions, I think you can better ask the Cyrus list:
http://lists.andrew.cmu.edu/
Because this has nothing to do with sogo.
It's a friendly list with many people who will help.

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Re: [SOGo] Cannot login following new install

2012-02-09 Thread Paul van der Vlis
Op 09-02-12 03:50, Nigel Pegram schreef:
 Hello everyone,
 
 I have installed a new installation of sogo on Ubuntu 10.10. I have used
 mysql as the data store.
 
 I have the daemons running and am able to display the web page 
 http://localhost/SOGo
 
 My problem is that I cannot login. 
 
 I have tried creating a couple of users in the sogo_view table and have tried
 passwords in clear text, and md5. All the other tables are empty since
 ths is my first login attempt.
 
 It seems that the communication is happening between sogo and the database, 
 but
 something fails after the query. I don't know how to debug this any further.

Maybe you like this tutorial what I wrote:
http://wiki.debian.org/SOGo

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Re: [SOGo] TR: SOGo internet access

2011-12-20 Thread Paul van der Vlis
Op 20-12-11 15:17, Jean Jacques GROSSO schreef:

 I have installed a Sogo Server on my LAN http://xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx/SOGO/
 works correctly
 
 I want access Sogo by Internet at http://yyy.yyy.yyy.yyy:1084/SOGo/
 where  is my public address.
 
 Wich files are to modify ?

You have to modify the configuration of your webserver to accept access
on a different port. I would do that in /etc/apache2/ports.conf. Further
you need to change the port in your sogo webserver configuration
(default /etc/apache2/conf.d/SOGo.conf ), and open the port in your
firewall.

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Re: [SOGo] TR: SOGo internet access

2011-12-20 Thread Paul van der Vlis
Op 20-12-11 20:51, Daniel Müller schreef:
 I myself tried the same wioth SOGo. And it did not work as it should.
 The problem I think is that SOGo itself has a redirected rule in apaches 
 sogo.conf. And ist is difficult to redirect this rule again so it can fit 
 with the local network too.

I am using a setup what I've described here: http://wiki.debian.org/SOGo

I can switch between port 443 and port 80. I don't use sogo.conf, see my
apache setup at the end of the page.

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Re: [SOGo] Remove local cache

2011-11-25 Thread Paul van der Vlis
Op 24-11-11 11:31, Julian Robbins schreef:
 On 24/11/11 10:24, Paul van der Vlis wrote:
 Hello,

 Julian Robbins wrote a few days again that it can help to remove the
 local cache. I am trying to find-out where I can find that.

 I've removed the files in calendar-data but these are not created new
 after starting Thunderbird, and my calendar data is still there.
 
 Something wrong then, here. Are you certain you're looking in the right
 place ? ie check time/date of files if just used Sgo to create an event.

There is nothing changed...
And yes, I am looking at the right place.

server2:/home/paul/.icedove# find . -mmin -1 -type f
server2:/home/paul/.icedove#

Maybe it's only changed in memory and on the server, when the server is
reachable?

 I've looked for the address book, but I see the file abook.mab is a
 few weeks old, and I have changed my address book today (via the web
 interface of Sogo, and then synchronized). I've removed it and started
 Thunderbird again, all addresses are there and no new abook.mab is
 created.
 the abook.mab will be stored in the folder above

 I put a name in my address book with an unique name and grepped the
 folder, but I did not found it.
 odd

After some time my addressbook was empty. Even when I pressed
synchronize no new addressbook was created (only an empty one).

I placed back the backup and now it works again, but I did not found a
way to create it new. Maybe I have to create a new addressbook in
Thunderbird.

 Can somebody tell me where to find the cache files?

 Maybe a point: I am using Icedove, thats a rebranded Thunderbird by
 Debian. But so far I know it's exactly the same as Thunderbird, only the
 logo and name are different...
 Don't know, possibly, but sounds unlikely.
 
 Otherwise try installing on winblows so at least you can get the hang of
 this

Sorry, no Windows here.

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[SOGo] Set default calendar

2011-11-24 Thread Paul van der Vlis
Hello,

I have two users (a couple) who want to use the same calendar, I am
using now the personal calendar of one of them for that.

What I would like to do is to remove the personal calendar of the other
person, but that's not possible. Then I've tried to make the others
person calendar the default calendar in the webinterface, but that seems
to be impossible too.

Do you know a way to change the default calendar in the webinterface?

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[SOGo] Remove local cache

2011-11-24 Thread Paul van der Vlis
Hello,

Julian Robbins wrote a few days again that it can help to remove the
local cache. I am trying to find-out where I can find that.

I've removed the files in calendar-data but these are not created new
after starting Thunderbird, and my calendar data is still there.

I've looked for the address book, but I see the file abook.mab is a
few weeks old, and I have changed my address book today (via the web
interface of Sogo, and then synchronized). I've removed it and started
Thunderbird again, all addresses are there and no new abook.mab is created.

I put a name in my address book with an unique name and grepped the
folder, but I did not found it.

Can somebody tell me where to find the cache files?

Maybe a point: I am using Icedove, thats a rebranded Thunderbird by
Debian. But so far I know it's exactly the same as Thunderbird, only the
logo and name are different...

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Re: [SOGo] Set default calendar

2011-11-24 Thread Paul van der Vlis
Op 24-11-11 10:31, Julian Robbins schreef:
 On 24/11/11 08:26, Paul van der Vlis wrote:
 Hello,

 I have two users (a couple) who want to use the same calendar, I am
 using now the personal calendar of one of them for that.

 What I would like to do is to remove the personal calendar of the other
 person, but that's not possible. Then I've tried to make the others
 person calendar the default calendar in the webinterface, but that seems
 to be impossible too.

 Do you know a way to change the default calendar in the webinterface?
 
 In 1.3.9, there is a means to set the default calendar. In Preferences,
 Calendar Options, Default Calendar. You get a dropdown with options for
 'Personal calendar', 'Selected Calendar'  'First Enabled calendar'
 
 I think this pref only appeared in 1.3.9. If its not sowing up for you
 and you have 1.3.9 installed, make sure you clear your browser cache.
 
 Hope this helps

No. I already saw this setting, but I don't want the personal calendar,
and it's not first enabled calendar but first calendar (and that's
the personal calendar again). The only thing what works is selected
calendar, but a selection is lost when you logout and login later. So
you have to select it every time after a login.

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Re: [SOGo] Set default calendar

2011-11-24 Thread Paul van der Vlis
Op 24-11-11 10:51, Sven Schwedas schreef:
 Is this available for Thunderbird, too?

In Thunderbird is the default calendar the selected calendar.

And Thunderbird remembers this setting, even if you stop and start the
program.

So simply select a calendar, then it's the default.

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Re: [SOGo] Read-only with new Lightning version (3.106)/ Using cache files

2011-11-23 Thread Paul van der Vlis
Op 23-11-11 07:32, toxl...@gmail.com schreef:
 On 22/11/2011 14:41, Paul van der Vlis wrote:
 Op 22-11-11 10:31, Julian Robbins schreef:
 On 21/11/11 20:57, Paul van der Vlis wrote:
 Op 21-11-11 16:55, Julian Robbins schreef:
 On 21/11/2011 15:48, Paul van der Vlis wrote:
 Hello,

 After installing the new Lighning plugin from the Sogo site, my
 calendars are read-only. After installing version 3.105 again
 everything
 works fine.
 You may have to recreate the cache files in calendar-data in your
 users
 Thunderbird profiles.
 How do you do that?
 In Linux, you'll find a .thunderbird in your users home dir, in Windows
 type in %Appdata% in the run box and you get to your user's 'documents
 and settings' folder. Go to Thunderbird. Then you'll see a
 'calendar-data' sub folder.

 In here you will see 2 (possibly 3) files.

  * cache.sqlite
  * caldav-acl.sqlite (possibly only seen with lightning 106i)
  * local.sqlite (if you had any calendar events stored locally in
Lightning before)

 I'm not an expert on this, but if you delete the .sqlite files (when
 Thunderbird isn't running), and restart, then Thunderbird will recreate
 these files again as a local cache of calendar events and tasks. This
 might take a few minutes, and Thunderbird won't respond to normal
 requests whilst its doing this.

 Likewise the caldav-acl file (much much smaller in size) I believe is
 the acl data, permissions on your lightning/sogo calendars.

 You can of course look at these files, and edit them if you want with a
 sqllite browser such as the GPL SQLite Database Browser In Linux and
 Windows too.

 I've found that if you get issues with broken calendars, quite often its
 because the cache data isn't the same as that on the server. The server
 is likely to be correct. Sometimes, events are deleted from the sogo
 server, but aren't properly deleted from the local cache, due to issues
 with permissions.

 This is a trick I use sometimes if I get problems, your mileage may
 vary. I've also found that deleting the cache files helps if a user
 somehow ends up upgrading to Thunderbird 7/8 with its newer lightning
 version, and you need to go back to Thunderbird 3.1 with SOGo. I think
 there was a significant change in working with acl between sogo
 lightning builds of 105 and 106, and same in std lightning builds, which
 this can help correct, if necessary.

 Might be handy if Inverse can comment or have any further docs on how
 these cache files work, to better fully understand what happens.
 Thanks for the information, this can be handy in case of problems.

 But I don't think this is a nice upgrade path for my customers... There
 are not so many, but this is complex to explain.

 Not sure this happens all the time, I've tried it on two machines now,
 and both have this problem. Are here other people who have this problem
 or don't have this problem after upgrading to 3.106 ?
 yep
 While migrating from thunder 2 to thunder 3.16 we have a lot of
 calendars which hangs with the 3.106 extension. the main thunderbird
 interface does'nt show and the only way i have is to kill the
 thunderbird process and destroy the sqlite files. Then i can restart
 thunderbird.
 What's more some calendars are very long to get their cache after
 destroying it ( 20min for a 8Mo cache.sqlite ?) . the other problem
 is that the main thread of thunderbird doesn't respond while the
 extension is trying to get the cache.
 i'm searching explications or solutions too

For me the migration is from extention 3.105 to 3.106 on the same
version of Thunderbird. I did it with Thunderbird 3.1.12, a customer
with the latest Thunderbird 3.1, I believe it's 3.1.16.

Strange that I don't read much in this group about this kind of problems.

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Re: [SOGo] SOGo calendars but no addr books

2011-11-23 Thread Paul van der Vlis
Op 22-11-11 17:46, Julian Robbins schreef:
 Hello
 
 Is it possible to have a full SOGo setup, ie SOGo calendars, webmail,
 addressbooks, using Thunderbird/Lightning with Connector and Integrator
 but only use Thunderbirds local addressbooks? Using all latest SOGo and
 Thunderbird 3.1 with latest Connector and Integrator.

I don't know Integrator, but without it, it's no problem.

 I ask this because with Integrator/Connector Thunderbird wants to
 connect to the address books on the SOGo server, whereas I don't want
 any addr books to be on there (as Thunderbird 3.1 usage of carddav addr
 books is quite buggy).

That's my experience too. Are here people who say: addressbooks and
Thunderbird 3.1 works good with me ?

Maybe it's an idea to use read-only Sogo addressbooks in Thunderbird,
and do the editing of the addresses on the webinterface?

 If I remove Integrator, then address books stay local; but then the
 buttons to add SOGo calendars and ability to subscribe to a calendar are
 lost from using the Calendars in Thunderbird ... I want them back . :-)

No, when you remove integrator you can subscribe to a Sogo calendar.

You cannot create a new one in Thunderbird (so far I know), but you can
create a new one in the webinterface, and subscribe to it from Thunderbird.

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Re: [SOGo] Read-only with new Lightning version (3.106)/ Using cache files

2011-11-23 Thread Paul van der Vlis
Op 23-11-11 10:49, Julian Robbins schreef:
 On 23/11/11 09:31, Paul van der Vlis wrote:
 Op 23-11-11 07:32, toxl...@gmail.com
 schreef:
 On 22/11/2011 14:41, Paul van der Vlis wrote:
 Op 22-11-11 10:31, Julian Robbins schreef:
 On 21/11/11 20:57, Paul van der Vlis wrote:
 Op 21-11-11 16:55, Julian Robbins schreef:
 On 21/11/2011 15:48, Paul van der Vlis wrote:
 Hello,

 After installing the new Lighning plugin from the Sogo site, my
 calendars are read-only. After installing version 3.105 again
 everything
 works fine.
 You may have to recreate the cache files in calendar-data in your
 users
 Thunderbird profiles.
 How do you do that?
 In Linux, you'll find a .thunderbird in your users home dir, in
 Windows
 type in %Appdata% in the run box and you get to your user's 'documents
 and settings' folder. Go to Thunderbird. Then you'll see a
 'calendar-data' sub folder.

 In here you will see 2 (possibly 3) files.

   * cache.sqlite
   * caldav-acl.sqlite (possibly only seen with lightning 106i)
   * local.sqlite (if you had any calendar events stored locally in
 Lightning before)

 I'm not an expert on this, but if you delete the .sqlite files (when
 Thunderbird isn't running), and restart, then Thunderbird will
 recreate
 these files again as a local cache of calendar events and tasks. This
 might take a few minutes, and Thunderbird won't respond to normal
 requests whilst its doing this.

 Likewise the caldav-acl file (much much smaller in size) I believe is
 the acl data, permissions on your lightning/sogo calendars.

 You can of course look at these files, and edit them if you want
 with a
 sqllite browser such as the GPL SQLite Database Browser In Linux and
 Windows too.

 I've found that if you get issues with broken calendars, quite
 often its
 because the cache data isn't the same as that on the server. The
 server
 is likely to be correct. Sometimes, events are deleted from the sogo
 server, but aren't properly deleted from the local cache, due to
 issues
 with permissions.

 This is a trick I use sometimes if I get problems, your mileage may
 vary. I've also found that deleting the cache files helps if a user
 somehow ends up upgrading to Thunderbird 7/8 with its newer lightning
 version, and you need to go back to Thunderbird 3.1 with SOGo. I think
 there was a significant change in working with acl between sogo
 lightning builds of 105 and 106, and same in std lightning builds,
 which
 this can help correct, if necessary.

 Might be handy if Inverse can comment or have any further docs on how
 these cache files work, to better fully understand what happens.
 Thanks for the information, this can be handy in case of problems.

 But I don't think this is a nice upgrade path for my customers... There
 are not so many, but this is complex to explain.

 Not sure this happens all the time, I've tried it on two machines now,
 and both have this problem. Are here other people who have this problem
 or don't have this problem after upgrading to 3.106 ?
 yep
 While migrating from thunder 2 to thunder 3.16 we have a lot of
 calendars which hangs with the 3.106 extension. the main thunderbird
 interface does'nt show and the only way i have is to kill the
 thunderbird process and destroy the sqlite files. Then i can restart
 thunderbird.
 What's more some calendars are very long to get their cache after
 destroying it ( 20min for a 8Mo cache.sqlite ?) . the other problem
 is that the main thread of thunderbird doesn't respond while the
 extension is trying to get the cache.
 i'm searching explications or solutions too
 For me the migration is from extention 3.105 to 3.106 on the same
 version of Thunderbird. I did it with Thunderbird 3.1.12, a customer
 with the latest Thunderbird 3.1, I believe it's 3.1.16.
 So are you saying you migrated with no issues ?

No I had issues. I am back to 3.105.
The calendars where read-only with 3.106.

 Strange that I don't read much in this group about this kind of problems.
 There have been mentions of issues with either 1.3.9 SOGo, and/or
 Lightning 3.106i. I think as they're normally deployed together, its not
 completely clear if the issue is with Lightning 3.106i. But I believe it
 is.

I will search on 1.3.9. Thanks for your help.

With regards,
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Re: [SOGo] SOGo calendars but no addr books

2011-11-23 Thread Paul van der Vlis
Op 23-11-11 11:01, Julian Robbins schreef:

 But certainly now, if I remove Integrator, the buttons
 for adding a calendar and subscribing to another user's calendar
 disappear too. Perhaps I need to test with a completely clean profile..

I don't have buttons for adding a calendar but I can subscribe to a Sogo
calendar. What I do is file | new | calendar. I can subscribe to
another users calendar with that too.

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Re: [SOGo] What can I do with categories?

2011-11-23 Thread Paul van der Vlis
Op 23-11-11 12:27, Martin Ott schreef:

 Is there a way to send all people in a category a BCC ?
 
 Yes, you can. First compose a new mail, from this browser window
 select the addressbook (contacts). There you have the choice between
 To, CC and BCC

Great, this works!

Is something like this possible from Thunderbird too?

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Re: [SOGo] What can I do with categories?

2011-11-23 Thread Paul van der Vlis
Op 23-11-11 15:54, Christian Mack schreef:
 Hello Paul van der Vlis
 
 
 On 2011-11-23 14:53, Paul van der Vlis wrote:
 Op 23-11-11 12:27, Martin Ott schreef:

 Is there a way to send all people in a category a BCC ?

 Yes, you can. First compose a new mail, from this browser window
 select the addressbook (contacts). There you have the choice between
 To, CC and BCC

 Great, this works!

 Is something like this possible from Thunderbird too?
 
 Yes, 

How?

 but categories are not synchronized between Thunderbird and SOGo.
 So you can't use both easily.

They are synchronized ;-)

I did a test with Family and that worked fine. Maybe because it's a
default category what was on both sides. I changed it in the Sogo
webinterface, and I saw it in Thunderbird.

But I have problems to add a categorie to a card in the webinterface of
Sogo. I am working here with relative older browsers from Debian stable,
and it does not work well with all browsers (Iceweasel, Chromium, Epiphany).

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Re: [SOGo] Read-only with new Lightning version (3.106)/ Using cache files

2011-11-22 Thread Paul van der Vlis
Op 22-11-11 10:31, Julian Robbins schreef:
 On 21/11/11 20:57, Paul van der Vlis wrote:
 Op 21-11-11 16:55, Julian Robbins schreef:
 On 21/11/2011 15:48, Paul van der Vlis wrote:
 Hello,

 After installing the new Lighning plugin from the Sogo site, my
 calendars are read-only. After installing version 3.105 again everything
 works fine.
 You may have to recreate the cache files in calendar-data in your users
 Thunderbird profiles.
 How do you do that?
 
 In Linux, you'll find a .thunderbird in your users home dir, in Windows
 type in %Appdata% in the run box and you get to your user's 'documents
 and settings' folder. Go to Thunderbird. Then you'll see a
 'calendar-data' sub folder.
 
 In here you will see 2 (possibly 3) files.
 
 * cache.sqlite
 * caldav-acl.sqlite (possibly only seen with lightning 106i)
 * local.sqlite (if you had any calendar events stored locally in
   Lightning before)
 
 I'm not an expert on this, but if you delete the .sqlite files (when
 Thunderbird isn't running), and restart, then Thunderbird will recreate
 these files again as a local cache of calendar events and tasks. This
 might take a few minutes, and Thunderbird won't respond to normal
 requests whilst its doing this.
 
 Likewise the caldav-acl file (much much smaller in size) I believe is
 the acl data, permissions on your lightning/sogo calendars.
 
 You can of course look at these files, and edit them if you want with a
 sqllite browser such as the GPL SQLite Database Browser In Linux and
 Windows too.
 
 I've found that if you get issues with broken calendars, quite often its
 because the cache data isn't the same as that on the server. The server
 is likely to be correct. Sometimes, events are deleted from the sogo
 server, but aren't properly deleted from the local cache, due to issues
 with permissions.
 
 This is a trick I use sometimes if I get problems, your mileage may
 vary. I've also found that deleting the cache files helps if a user
 somehow ends up upgrading to Thunderbird 7/8 with its newer lightning
 version, and you need to go back to Thunderbird 3.1 with SOGo. I think
 there was a significant change in working with acl between sogo
 lightning builds of 105 and 106, and same in std lightning builds, which
 this can help correct, if necessary.
 
 Might be handy if Inverse can comment or have any further docs on how
 these cache files work, to better fully understand what happens.

Thanks for the information, this can be handy in case of problems.

But I don't think this is a nice upgrade path for my customers... There
are not so many, but this is complex to explain.

Not sure this happens all the time, I've tried it on two machines now,
and both have this problem. Are here other people who have this problem
or don't have this problem after upgrading to 3.106 ?

Is there documentation on how to upgrade to 3.106 ?

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[SOGo] What can I do with categories?

2011-11-22 Thread Paul van der Vlis
Hello,

Categories are a nice feature, but I don't know what I can do with it
except seeing it.

Let's say a category is family, can I send e.g. an e-mail to all
people in that category?

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Re: [SOGo] Can we use a mixture of local and Sogo served user address books ?

2011-11-21 Thread Paul van der Vlis
Op 21-11-11 16:39, Julian Robbins schreef:
 Hello
 
 Is it possible to use a mixture of local Thunderbird address books and
 remote SOGo user address books on the same system? We want the users who
 have local Thunderbird addr books to still be a user in SOGo and have
 access to calendars and webmail etc

Yes, no problem.

But in many cases you want to move the local adressbooks to Sogo.

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[SOGo] Read-only with new Lightning version (3.106)

2011-11-21 Thread Paul van der Vlis
Hello,

After installing the new Lighning plugin from the Sogo site, my
calendars are read-only. After installing version 3.105 again everything
works fine.

I have seen this with Linux 64-bit and Windows 32-bits.

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Re: [SOGo] Can we use a mixture of local and Sogo served user address books ?

2011-11-21 Thread Paul van der Vlis
Op 21-11-11 16:54, Julian Robbins schreef:
 On 21/11/2011 15:45, Paul van der Vlis wrote:
 Op 21-11-11 16:39, Julian Robbins schreef:
 Hello

 Is it possible to use a mixture of local Thunderbird address books and
 remote SOGo user address books on the same system? We want the users who
 have local Thunderbird addr books to still be a user in SOGo and have
 access to calendars and webmail etc
 Yes, no problem.

 But in many cases you want to move the local adressbooks to Sogo.
 
 Yes. This is our problem. We have some users that have no issues at all
 with using the SOGo address books, mainly using Windows7. But we have
 other users that seem to have no end of problems using address books
 stored remotely on SOGo (only seen on WinXP).

You still can use a normal address book.

 But we also use SOGo Connector and Integrator which means I believe that
 you get additional icons in the Thunderbird Address book, allowing you
 to add an address book. But the problem is that this would add SOGo
 address books by default, not local ones. We don't want to stop using
 Integrator as its useful when adding extra calendars on SOGo for users.

I don't use integrator, so I don't know this.

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Re: [SOGo] Read-only with new Lightning version (3.106)

2011-11-21 Thread Paul van der Vlis
Op 21-11-11 16:55, Julian Robbins schreef:
 On 21/11/2011 15:48, Paul van der Vlis wrote:
 Hello,

 After installing the new Lighning plugin from the Sogo site, my
 calendars are read-only. After installing version 3.105 again everything
 works fine.
 
 You may have to recreate the cache files in calendar-data in your users
 Thunderbird profiles.

How do you do that?

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[SOGo] Downgrade Thunderbird from 7.x to 3.1

2011-11-02 Thread Paul van der Vlis
Hello,

Are here people with experiences to downgrade Thunderbird from 7.x to
3.1?  My goal is to use the Sogo address book plugin.

When it's possible to use it with Thunderbird 7.x I am interested in
experiences too.

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Re: [SOGo] Downgrade Thunderbird from 7.x to 3.1

2011-11-02 Thread Paul van der Vlis
Op 02-11-11 09:23, Alessio Fattorini schreef:
 Nella citazione in data mer 02 nov 2011 09:13:05 CET, Paul van der Vlis
 ha scritto:
 Hello,

 Are here people with experiences to downgrade Thunderbird from 7.x to
 3.1?  My goal is to use the Sogo address book plugin.
 
 If your account e-mail is imap, you can de-install TB7 and re-install TB
 3.1 without problem

But in Thunderbird there is more then only IMAP mail. There are
accounts, there are filters, there is learning data for spam, settings,
signings, identities, etc. And also downloading imap mail can take some
hours when you have much mail.

That's the reason that I am intereted if it is possible to uninstall TB7
(without removing it's configuration data and mail) and install TB3.1.

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Re: [SOGo] Downgrade Thunderbird from 7.x to 3.1

2011-11-02 Thread Paul van der Vlis
Op 02-11-11 09:54, Brendan Murtagh schreef:
 No, when one of our users accidentally upgraded to TB 7 we found issues using 
 Sogo Connector  Lightning Inverse. 
 
 To fix, we simply put the previous version (3.1.9) back on.

Did you do a downgrade or a new install?

When it was a downgrade: did you see any problems?

 To be fair, I haven't bothered putting TB 7.x on my work machine because the 
 Sogo Frontends only shows the add-ons for TB 3.1.x  TB 2.x

Thunderbird upgrades itself on Windows. Maybe the user has to click on
OK, I don't know.

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[SOGo] How to repair an address book?

2011-06-25 Thread Paul van der Vlis
Hello,

I have problems with an addresbook, it does not sync anymore. When I add
a card or do a sync in Icedove, I don't see anything in the sogo log on
the server. When I restart the program I see some activity, but the sync
does not work.

From another Icedove client what works fine on another account I can
download the addressbook, but after that I can't sync there too, so I
think it must be something on the server.

A problem is that there are many mailinglists in the addressbook, I
cannot move or copy mailinglists so far I know.

I am using Icedove 3.1.10 (=Thunderbird 3.1.10) as a client with the
latest plugins and the lastest version of Sogo.

Can somebody help me with this problem?

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Re: [SOGo] How to repair an address book?

2011-06-25 Thread Paul van der Vlis
Op 25-06-11 17:28, Ludovic Marcotte schreef:
 On 25/06/11 11:19, Paul van der Vlis wrote:
 I have problems with an addresbook, it does not sync anymore. When I add
 a card or do a sync in Icedove, I don't see anything in the sogo log on
 the server. When I restart the program I see some activity, but the sync
 does not work.

  From another Icedove client what works fine on another account I can
 download the addressbook, but after that I can't sync there too, so I
 think it must be something on the server.

 A problem is that there are many mailinglists in the addressbook, I
 cannot move or copy mailinglists so far I know.

 I am using Icedove 3.1.10 (=Thunderbird 3.1.10) as a client with the
 latest plugins and the lastest version of Sogo.

 Can somebody help me with this problem?
 Look for exceptions in the Thunderbird error console (or even in the
 sogo.log file) and post them to the list.

There are no exeptions in the Thunderbird error console (it's empty) and
in the sogo log file.

But I am glad to say that I do see a Profind line now again in the
sogo log file when I do a sync. But nothing is synced. Adding a new card
gives no new line in the logfile.

Thanks for your support!

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Re: [SOGo] How to repair an address book?

2011-06-25 Thread Paul van der Vlis
Op 25-06-11 17:45, Paul van der Vlis schreef:
 Op 25-06-11 17:28, Ludovic Marcotte schreef:
 On 25/06/11 11:19, Paul van der Vlis wrote:
 I have problems with an addresbook, it does not sync anymore. When I add
 a card or do a sync in Icedove, I don't see anything in the sogo log on
 the server. When I restart the program I see some activity, but the sync
 does not work.

  From another Icedove client what works fine on another account I can
 download the addressbook, but after that I can't sync there too, so I
 think it must be something on the server.

 A problem is that there are many mailinglists in the addressbook, I
 cannot move or copy mailinglists so far I know.

 I am using Icedove 3.1.10 (=Thunderbird 3.1.10) as a client with the
 latest plugins and the lastest version of Sogo.

 Can somebody help me with this problem?
 Look for exceptions in the Thunderbird error console (or even in the
 sogo.log file) and post them to the list.
 
 There are no exeptions in the Thunderbird error console (it's empty) and
 in the sogo log file.
 
 But I am glad to say that I do see a Profind line now again in the
 sogo log file when I do a sync. 

This was a mistake. The log does not say anything when I do a sync or
add a card. And it's not synced.

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Re: [SOGo] How to repair an address book?

2011-06-25 Thread Paul van der Vlis
Op 25-06-11 17:28, Ludovic Marcotte schreef:
 On 25/06/11 11:19, Paul van der Vlis wrote:
 I have problems with an addresbook, it does not sync anymore. When I add
 a card or do a sync in Icedove, I don't see anything in the sogo log on
 the server. When I restart the program I see some activity, but the sync
 does not work.

  From another Icedove client what works fine on another account I can
 download the addressbook, but after that I can't sync there too, so I
 think it must be something on the server.

 A problem is that there are many mailinglists in the addressbook, I
 cannot move or copy mailinglists so far I know.

 I am using Icedove 3.1.10 (=Thunderbird 3.1.10) as a client with the
 latest plugins and the lastest version of Sogo.

 Can somebody help me with this problem?
 Look for exceptions in the Thunderbird error console (or even in the
 sogo.log file) and post them to the list.

I have seen an Exception in Thunderbird. I get this exception when I add
an contact to an mailinglist.

Error: An error occurred updating the cmd_delete command: [Exception...
'[JavaScript Error: cards[i] is null {file:
chrome://messenger/content/addressbook/abResultsPane.js line: 158}]'
when calling method: [nsIController::isCommandEnabled]  nsresult:
0x80570021 (NS_ERROR_XPC_JAVASCRIPT_ERROR_WITH_DETAILS)  location: JS
frame :: chrome://global/content/globalOverlay.js :: goUpdateCommand ::
line 80  data: yes]
Bronbestand: chrome://global/content/globalOverlay.js
Line: 86
-

In the sogo.log I see this:
DELETE
/SOGo/dav/hans/Contacts/personal/C4D2ED06-A6F0-0001-813C-1DE21C8117D0.vcf 
HTTP/1.1
204 0/0 0.007 - - 0

I think it's strange to see a DELETE when you try to add a card to a
list. Normally, I see a PUT then in the log when adding a card to a list.

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Re: [SOGo] Delete users from database

2011-06-08 Thread Paul van der Vlis
Op 07-06-11 23:47, Alan Bover schreef:
 Hi, I missed an utility in SOGo for delete the users from the database (for
 example, if a user-account gets corrupted, or a user leaves a company, etc).
 That's why I created a simple python script that I share with you. For run it,
 MySQLdb module for python needs to be installed.

Nice!  Just what I need ;-)

But it's an interactive shell and I would like to give direct commands.
This works in a bash script:

sogodel EOD
user delete $user
exit
EOD
echo


And because I also use mysql authentication, I needed this too:

mysql EOD
use sogo;
DELETE FROM sogo_users WHERE c_uid=$user;
EOD
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[SOGo] Icedove and Debian Squeeze

2011-06-02 Thread Paul van der Vlis
Hello,

In Debian Squeeze there is Icedove 3.0 what is not supported by Sogo.

I found a repository with Icedove 3.1 for Debian Squeeze, maybe
interesting for other people: http://mozilla.debian.net/

In my experience Icedove 3.0 with Sogo is not stable, but I have user
who use it without problems.

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[SOGo] Contacts problems

2011-05-18 Thread Paul van der Vlis
Hello,

I have moved my Thunderbird contacts to a Sogo server. What I see is
that contacts who are in lists sometimes are duplicated. And wenn I add
somebody into a list, he is not always added. I also saw that a contact
was gone.

Not sure what's wrong...  Is there more known about this?
A customer of me has the same problem.

Maybe I have to tell that I am not using Thunderbird 3.1 but Icedove
3.0.14 (from Debian stable). Can this give the problem?

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[SOGo] Android status?

2011-05-02 Thread Paul van der Vlis
Hello,

There are caldav/carddav apps for Android, like:
http://www.hypermatix.com/products/calendar_sync_for_android
http://wiki.acal.me/wiki/Main_Page
http://www.appbrain.com/app/carddav-sync-free-beta/org.dmfs.carddav.sync
http://dmfs.org/carddav/?home

Do they work with Sogo?

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Re: [SOGo] Android status?

2011-05-02 Thread Paul van der Vlis
Op 02-05-11 10:40, Patrick Ben Koetter schreef:
 * Paul van der Vlis users@sogo.nu:
 There are caldav/carddav apps for Android, like:
 http://www.hypermatix.com/products/calendar_sync_for_android
 http://wiki.acal.me/wiki/Main_Page
 http://www.appbrain.com/app/carddav-sync-free-beta/org.dmfs.carddav.sync
 http://dmfs.org/carddav/?home
 
 I am using Funambol on my Android to sync contacts and calendar events with
 Androids own calendar and contacts app.
 
 Works quite well.

I don't have Funambol installed, and I am not sure I want to install it
for many reasons. So I am interested to see if it's possible to use
caldav/carddav.

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Re: [SOGo] Android status?

2011-05-02 Thread Paul van der Vlis
Op 02-05-11 12:14, André Schild schreef:
 Am 02.05.2011 11:59, schrieb Paul van der Vlis:
 Op 02-05-11 10:40, Patrick Ben Koetter schreef:
 * Paul van der Vlisusers@sogo.nu:
 There are caldav/carddav apps for Android, like:
 http://www.hypermatix.com/products/calendar_sync_for_android
 Works partially, but is no longer developed

Why do you think this is no longer developed?

 http://wiki.acal.me/wiki/Main_Page
 http://wiki.acal.me/wiki/Bugs
 Would need a update in Sogo to get it working

Is somebody working on that?  So far I see it's a bug in Sogo.

 http://www.appbrain.com/app/carddav-sync-free-beta/org.dmfs.carddav.sync

 Is only for contacts

Right, but so far I know the calendar-sync-apps are only for calendars.
So if you want contacts, you need another app. There seems to be even a
special app for editing a contact...
http://dmfs.org/carddav/?editor

 http://dmfs.org/carddav/?home
 Should work, but also only for contacts

OK.

 I am using Funambol on my Android to sync contacts and calendar
 events with
 Androids own calendar and contacts app.

 Works quite well.
 I don't have Funambol installed, and I am not sure I want to install it
 for many reasons. So I am interested to see if it's possible to use
 caldav/carddav.
 So to make it short:
 
 Contact are probably working via CardDav

Nice to hear.

 For CalDav nothing reliable is available for the moment, 

OK, but you say calendar_sync_for_android is working partially. I am not
sure, but I think you are wrong when you say that it's no longer developed,.

But the better choice is maybe Acal, because it's OSS.


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Re: [SOGo] Android status?

2011-05-02 Thread Paul van der Vlis
Op 02-05-11 14:17, André Schild schreef:
 Am 02.05.2011 13:28, schrieb Paul van der Vlis:

 Why do you think this is no longer developed?
 I followed development closely and also did actively submit bug reports.
 http://www.hypermatix.com/Blog

Thanks for the link, the author wants to rewrite the app.

 Would need a update in Sogo to get it working
 Is somebody working on that?  So far I see it's a bug in Sogo.
 It's not realy a bug, it's more that Sogo implements some older versions
 of the specs.

You are right.

 https://inverse.ca/sogo/lists/arc/users/2011-04/msg00082.html
 
 Open a bug/rfe for this...

http://www.sogo.nu/bugs/view.php?id=1275

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Re: [SOGo] Android status?

2011-05-02 Thread Paul van der Vlis
Op 02-05-11 12:16, André Schild schreef:
 Just noted that this one exists:
 
 http://dmfs.org/caldav/
 
 Not tested it myself (and not freeware)

Hello André,

I've asked the author and he says:
-
currently there is only a free as in beer version of CardDAV-Sync. The
DAViCal Wiki entry has been written by an user not by me.
As my website states I'm planning to make both of them open source once
they are worth it. I don't want to open the code right now because it is
just not ready to be published.
By not ready I mean that I'm still in the process of finding an
architecture and defining interfaces. My plan is to put some stuff in
separate libraries and publish them under GPL on Sourceforge as soon as
I think its interface (and most of its implementations) is good enough.


I like when it's OSS, for me it's not so important if it's freeware.

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Re: [SOGo] Thunderbird adress book does not sync

2011-03-31 Thread Paul van der Vlis
Hello,

I have removed all calendars and address books from Thunderbird and
after that I've added them again, now the address books syncs.

The error in the logs is still there, I think it's unrelated.

With regards,
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Op 30-03-11 23:07, Paul van der Vlis schreef:
 Hello,
 
 One of my customers uses Icedove (=rebranded Thunderbird) and has
 problems with syncing of the adress book.
 
 When he starts Thunderbird his address book and calendars are synced (I
 see a line with PROFIND in the logs), but after that, an address book
 sync does nothing. And a new card is not added to the server.
 
 I will add some logs at the end of the mail. Interesting is maybe this
 error at the end, after that error an address book sync does nothing
 anymore:
 
 [ERROR] 0x0A2754A8[SOGoAppointmentInboxFolder]:inbox (-[SOGoGCSFolder
 toOneRelationshipKeys]): fetch failed!
 
 No problems with syncing the calendar (I see a PROFIND in the logs).
 
 My customer is using Icedove 3.0.11 (= rebranded Thunderbird), the
 latest Sogo-connector and iceowl-extention 1.0 beta2 (= rebranded
 Lightning). I would like to use supported versions, but I don't know a
 good way using Debian.
 
 With regards,
 Paul van der Vlis.
 
 
 
 195.241.44.19 - - [30/Mar/2011:22:45:31 GMT] PROPFIND
 /SOGo/dav/hans/Calendar/personal/ HTTP/1.1 401 0/160 0.015 - - 0
 195.241.44.19 - - [30/Mar/2011:22:45:31 GMT] PROPFIND
 /SOGo/dav/hans/Calendar/1326-4D6FC600-23-424D3F00/ HTTP/1.1 401 0/160
 0.003 - - 0
 195.241.44.19 - - [30/Mar/2011:22:45:32 GMT] PROPFIND
 /SOGo/dav/hans/Contacts/personal/ HTTP/1.1 401 0/175 0.002 - - 0
 195.241.44.19 - - [30/Mar/2011:22:45:32 GMT] PROPFIND
 /SOGo/dav/hans/Calendar/1326-4D6FC600-23-424D3F00/ HTTP/1.1 207 592/160
 0.008 - - 0
 195.241.44.19 - - [30/Mar/2011:22:45:32 GMT] PROPFIND
 /SOGo/dav/hans/Calendar/personal/ HTTP/1.1 207 632/160 0.007 - - 0
 195.241.44.19 - - [30/Mar/2011:22:45:32 GMT] PROPFIND
 /SOGo/dav/hans/Contacts/personal/ HTTP/1.1 207 421/175 0.042 1032 59% 0
 195.241.44.19 - - [30/Mar/2011:22:45:32 GMT] OPTIONS
 /SOGo/dav/hans/Calendar/ HTTP/1.1 401 0/0 0.002 - - 0
 195.241.44.19 - - [30/Mar/2011:22:45:32 GMT] OPTIONS
 /SOGo/dav/hans/Calendar/ HTTP/1.1 401 0/0 0.002 - - 0
 195.241.44.19 - - [30/Mar/2011:22:45:32 GMT] REPORT
 /SOGo/dav/hans/Contacts/personal/ HTTP/1.1 207 911/144 0.074 9017 89% 0
 195.241.44.19 - - [30/Mar/2011:22:45:32 GMT] OPTIONS
 /SOGo/dav/hans/Calendar/ HTTP/1.1 200 0/0 0.021 - - 0
 195.241.44.19 - - [30/Mar/2011:22:45:32 GMT] OPTIONS
 /SOGo/dav/hans/Calendar/ HTTP/1.1 200 0/0 0.004 - - 0
 195.241.44.19 - - [30/Mar/2011:22:45:33 GMT] PROPFIND
 /SOGo/dav/hans/Calendar/ HTTP/1.1 207 328/98 0.006 - - 0
 195.241.44.19 - - [30/Mar/2011:22:45:33 GMT] PROPFIND
 /SOGo/dav/hans/Calendar/ HTTP/1.1 207 328/98 0.007 - - 0
 195.241.44.19 - - [30/Mar/2011:22:45:33 GMT] REPORT /SOGo/dav/
 HTTP/1.1 401 0/405 0.002 - - 0
 195.241.44.19 - - [30/Mar/2011:22:45:33 GMT] REPORT /SOGo/dav/
 HTTP/1.1 401 0/405 0.002 - - 0
 195.241.44.19 - - [30/Mar/2011:22:45:33 GMT] REPORT /SOGo/dav/
 HTTP/1.1 207 608/405 0.008 - - 0
 195.241.44.19 - - [30/Mar/2011:22:45:33 GMT] REPORT /SOGo/dav/
 HTTP/1.1 207 608/405 0.007 - - 0
 195.241.44.19 - - [30/Mar/2011:22:45:33 GMT] PROPFIND
 /SOGo/dav/hans/Calendar/1326-4D6FC600-23-424D3F00/ HTTP/1.1 207
 2081/166 0.097 20252 89% 0
 195.241.44.19 - - [30/Mar/2011:22:45:33 GMT] PROPFIND
 /SOGo/dav/hans/Calendar/personal/ HTTP/1.1 207 895/166 0.010 - - 0
 195.241.44.19 - - [30/Mar/2011:22:45:33 GMT] REPORT
 /SOGo/dav/hans/Calendar/personal/ HTTP/1.1 207 623/286 0.011 1145 45% 0
 195.241.44.19 - - [30/Mar/2011:22:45:33 GMT] REPORT
 /SOGo/dav/hans/Calendar/1326-4D6FC600-23-424D3F00/ HTTP/1.1 207
 4552/6903 0.105 52179 91% 0
 Mar 30 22:45:33 sogod [31498]: [ERROR]
 0x0A2754A8[SOGoAppointmentInboxFolder]:inbox (-[SOGoGCSFolder
 toOneRelationshipKeys]): fetch failed!
 195.241.44.19 - - [30/Mar/2011:22:45:33 GMT] PROPFIND
 /SOGo/dav/hans/Calendar/inbox/ HTTP/1.1 207 436/166 0.006 - - 0
 


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Re: [SOGo] No subscribe to an addressbook for privacy

2011-03-31 Thread Paul van der Vlis
Op 29-03-11 23:07, Paul van der Vlis schreef:
 Hello,
 
 I have in SOGoUserSources isAddressBook = NO, so there is no shared
 address book of all users.
 
 But when I press subscribe to an address book and I press e.g. an a
 I see most of my customers (all people with an a in the name), and I
 don't like that for privacy reasons.


I think this is a bug, so I've added it to the BTS:
http://www.sogo.nu/bugs/view.php?id=1215

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[SOGo] Thunderbird adress book does not sync

2011-03-30 Thread Paul van der Vlis
Hello,

One of my customers uses Icedove (=rebranded Thunderbird) and has
problems with syncing of the adress book.

When he starts Thunderbird his address book and calendars are synced (I
see a line with PROFIND in the logs), but after that, an address book
sync does nothing. And a new card is not added to the server.

I will add some logs at the end of the mail. Interesting is maybe this
error at the end, after that error an address book sync does nothing
anymore:

[ERROR] 0x0A2754A8[SOGoAppointmentInboxFolder]:inbox (-[SOGoGCSFolder
toOneRelationshipKeys]): fetch failed!

No problems with syncing the calendar (I see a PROFIND in the logs).

My customer is using Icedove 3.0.11 (= rebranded Thunderbird), the
latest Sogo-connector and iceowl-extention 1.0 beta2 (= rebranded
Lightning). I would like to use supported versions, but I don't know a
good way using Debian.

With regards,
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195.241.44.19 - - [30/Mar/2011:22:45:31 GMT] PROPFIND
/SOGo/dav/hans/Calendar/personal/ HTTP/1.1 401 0/160 0.015 - - 0
195.241.44.19 - - [30/Mar/2011:22:45:31 GMT] PROPFIND
/SOGo/dav/hans/Calendar/1326-4D6FC600-23-424D3F00/ HTTP/1.1 401 0/160
0.003 - - 0
195.241.44.19 - - [30/Mar/2011:22:45:32 GMT] PROPFIND
/SOGo/dav/hans/Contacts/personal/ HTTP/1.1 401 0/175 0.002 - - 0
195.241.44.19 - - [30/Mar/2011:22:45:32 GMT] PROPFIND
/SOGo/dav/hans/Calendar/1326-4D6FC600-23-424D3F00/ HTTP/1.1 207 592/160
0.008 - - 0
195.241.44.19 - - [30/Mar/2011:22:45:32 GMT] PROPFIND
/SOGo/dav/hans/Calendar/personal/ HTTP/1.1 207 632/160 0.007 - - 0
195.241.44.19 - - [30/Mar/2011:22:45:32 GMT] PROPFIND
/SOGo/dav/hans/Contacts/personal/ HTTP/1.1 207 421/175 0.042 1032 59% 0
195.241.44.19 - - [30/Mar/2011:22:45:32 GMT] OPTIONS
/SOGo/dav/hans/Calendar/ HTTP/1.1 401 0/0 0.002 - - 0
195.241.44.19 - - [30/Mar/2011:22:45:32 GMT] OPTIONS
/SOGo/dav/hans/Calendar/ HTTP/1.1 401 0/0 0.002 - - 0
195.241.44.19 - - [30/Mar/2011:22:45:32 GMT] REPORT
/SOGo/dav/hans/Contacts/personal/ HTTP/1.1 207 911/144 0.074 9017 89% 0
195.241.44.19 - - [30/Mar/2011:22:45:32 GMT] OPTIONS
/SOGo/dav/hans/Calendar/ HTTP/1.1 200 0/0 0.021 - - 0
195.241.44.19 - - [30/Mar/2011:22:45:32 GMT] OPTIONS
/SOGo/dav/hans/Calendar/ HTTP/1.1 200 0/0 0.004 - - 0
195.241.44.19 - - [30/Mar/2011:22:45:33 GMT] PROPFIND
/SOGo/dav/hans/Calendar/ HTTP/1.1 207 328/98 0.006 - - 0
195.241.44.19 - - [30/Mar/2011:22:45:33 GMT] PROPFIND
/SOGo/dav/hans/Calendar/ HTTP/1.1 207 328/98 0.007 - - 0
195.241.44.19 - - [30/Mar/2011:22:45:33 GMT] REPORT /SOGo/dav/
HTTP/1.1 401 0/405 0.002 - - 0
195.241.44.19 - - [30/Mar/2011:22:45:33 GMT] REPORT /SOGo/dav/
HTTP/1.1 401 0/405 0.002 - - 0
195.241.44.19 - - [30/Mar/2011:22:45:33 GMT] REPORT /SOGo/dav/
HTTP/1.1 207 608/405 0.008 - - 0
195.241.44.19 - - [30/Mar/2011:22:45:33 GMT] REPORT /SOGo/dav/
HTTP/1.1 207 608/405 0.007 - - 0
195.241.44.19 - - [30/Mar/2011:22:45:33 GMT] PROPFIND
/SOGo/dav/hans/Calendar/1326-4D6FC600-23-424D3F00/ HTTP/1.1 207
2081/166 0.097 20252 89% 0
195.241.44.19 - - [30/Mar/2011:22:45:33 GMT] PROPFIND
/SOGo/dav/hans/Calendar/personal/ HTTP/1.1 207 895/166 0.010 - - 0
195.241.44.19 - - [30/Mar/2011:22:45:33 GMT] REPORT
/SOGo/dav/hans/Calendar/personal/ HTTP/1.1 207 623/286 0.011 1145 45% 0
195.241.44.19 - - [30/Mar/2011:22:45:33 GMT] REPORT
/SOGo/dav/hans/Calendar/1326-4D6FC600-23-424D3F00/ HTTP/1.1 207
4552/6903 0.105 52179 91% 0
Mar 30 22:45:33 sogod [31498]: [ERROR]
0x0A2754A8[SOGoAppointmentInboxFolder]:inbox (-[SOGoGCSFolder
toOneRelationshipKeys]): fetch failed!
195.241.44.19 - - [30/Mar/2011:22:45:33 GMT] PROPFIND
/SOGo/dav/hans/Calendar/inbox/ HTTP/1.1 207 436/166 0.006 - - 0

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Re: [SOGo] Debian repostiory ships old version 1.3.4

2011-03-29 Thread Paul van der Vlis
Op 24-03-11 17:03, Paul van der Vlis schreef:

 Hmmm, it seems I already have 1.3.5a installed.
 Not sure why I thought I have 1.3.4.

The User-Agent header is wrong. I've made a bug about it:
http://sogo.nu/bugs/view.php?id=1210

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[SOGo] No subscribe to an addressbook for privacy

2011-03-29 Thread Paul van der Vlis
Hello,

I have in SOGoUserSources isAddressBook = NO, so there is no shared
address book of all users.

But when I press subscribe to an address book and I press e.g. an a
I see most of my customers (all people with an a in the name), and I
don't like that for privacy reasons.

Is there a way to change this behavior? Maybe to disable searching?

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Re: [SOGo] Changing the defaults after creating an account

2011-03-27 Thread Paul van der Vlis
Op 24-03-11 14:07, Francis Lachapelle schreef:
 Hi Paul
 
 On 2011-03-24, at 5:43 AM, Paul van der Vlis wrote:
 
 Is there a correct way to remove all defaults from the database,
 and use the default settings from .GNUstepDefaults?
 
 There's no easy way.
 
 You could reset the column c_defaults from the sogo_user_profile
 table for all users.

I have seen there are not only defaults in this column.
E.g. a filter what I created is in it too.
And a changed default value is in it too.

 A better solution would be to craft a SQL statement that only removes
 the SOGoFirstWeekOfYear value from the c_default column.

Hmm, I would have to study how to do that.

Or is here maybe somebody who knows an SQL command to change one field
in a column with many fields?

 BTW: I would like it, when the users could choose for an absolute
 value in the settings, but also for default. Not in all settings
 this is possible, there you have to give an absolute value.
 
 That's a good idea. You could file a feature request on the public
 BTS (http://sogo.nu/bugs).

I will think about it.

Thanks for your support!

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[SOGo] Changing the defaults after creating an account

2011-03-24 Thread Paul van der Vlis
Hello,

The default weeknumbers in Sogo are wrong, I have seen there is a bug
about it. So I try to make a fix for all users.

This is in my /home/sogo/GNUstep/Defaults/.GNUstepDefaults :
SOGoFirstWeekOfYear = First4DayWeek;
But the default weeknumbering is still wrong. When I change the
weeknumbering in a test account, it works fine.

I found the settings of my testaccount in the database. I see there is a
copy of the default-settings in it from the time the account is created.
So I cannot change the default settings after creating an account.

Is there a way to get the new default settings into all exsisting accounts?

Is there a correct way to remove all defaults from the database, and use
the default settings from .GNUstepDefaults?

With regards,
Paul van der Vlis.

BTW: I would like it, when the users could choose for an absolute value
in the settings, but also for default. Not in all settings this is
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[SOGo] Debian repostiory ships old version 1.3.4

2011-03-24 Thread Paul van der Vlis
Hello,

I use the Debian repostitory (Debian Lenny).

I see there is a version 1.3.5a, but in the Debian repository is the
latest is 1.3.4. Why?

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Re: [SOGo] Debian repostiory ships old version 1.3.4

2011-03-24 Thread Paul van der Vlis
Op 24-03-11 12:22, Покотиленко Константин schreef:
 В Чтв, 24/03/2011 в 11:45 +0100, Paul van der Vlis пишет:
 Hello,

 I use the Debian repostitory (Debian Lenny).

 I see there is a version 1.3.5a, but in the Debian repository is the
 latest is 1.3.4. Why?
 
 SOGo isn't in debian repositories. It is available from inverse.ca:
  
 deb http://inverse.ca/debian-nightly lenny lenny

I am using deb http://inverse.ca/debian lenny lenny

 apt-get update
 
 Right now I can see 2 versions of SOGo for Lenny: 1.3.4 and 1.3.5a

Hmmm, it seems I already have 1.3.5a installed.
Not sure why I thought I have 1.3.4.

Sorry

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Re: [SOGo] New e-mail notification in webinterface

2011-03-23 Thread Paul van der Vlis
Op 22-03-11 13:05, Francis Lachapelle schreef:
 Hi Paul
 
 On 2011-03-18, at 7:10 AM, Paul van der Vlis wrote:
 
 She uses the webinterface on her work. Before she used Horde, and there,
 when she minimezed the browser, she could see if there are new messages.
 the name (title of the browser) changed then from inbox to inbox (1).

 But Sogo says always Sogo, so she needs to open the browser to see if
 there are new messages. And she cannot do that all the time...

 For this reason she prefers Horde. But maybe you have an idea how she
 could see if there is new mail with minimized browser?
 
 I added this yesterday since other users have request this feature. It will 
 be included in release 1.3.6.

Thanks, nice!

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Re: [SOGo] New e-mail notification in webinterface

2011-03-23 Thread Paul van der Vlis
Op 23-03-11 11:02, Oleksa Stasevych schreef:
 Hi guys.
 
 One of ideas, to develop the extension for a web-browser or use
 existing, which may notify about new messages in folder(s).

My customers are mostly using a normal mailclient like Thunderbird at
home. At work, on vacation, or while visiting friend, they are using the
webinterface, But there they cannot install a plugin.

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Re: [SOGo] Thunderbird Calendar Subscription Problem

2011-03-23 Thread Paul van der Vlis
Op 22-03-11 15:08, Andrew Mostovych schreef:
 Hi,
 
 I have installed the SOGo ZEG Virtual server and have got it working on
 a fixed IP address on a local network with all of the defaults.  I can
 connect via the web page as well as with Evolution and access calendars
  address books of all users.  At this time we are not using SOGo as our
 mail server.  

Sogo is not a mail server, it does not have mail-server functionality.
It has only mail-client functionality.

 Even though we can access the dav calendars, contacts, and
 tasks with evolution we can not do so with Thunderbird (connector or
 integrator  Lightning).  In Evolution the Caldav subscription process
 asks for the user password but Thunderbird does not -- I think this is
 the problem.  I understand that Thunderbird is trying to use the user
 email information and password for this purpose but in our case we are
 not using the sogo e-mail server and it cannot make a connection.  We
 have tried to setup dummy accounts with
 usern...@example.com
 mailto:usern...@example.com but this did
 not seem to work.  Please help if you have any ideas on hot solve this
 problem.  Thanks.

You think wrong. Sogo does not use the e-mail password from Thunderbird
to access the calendar and addressbook. And Thunderbird does ask for a
password.when you first access the calendar, and it saves it in her
password store (I can see it). But it saves the password only one time
per server, so in my Thunderbird password store I see only 1 password
for my server https://sogo.vandervlis.nl/ SOGo even when I am
subscribted to many calendars and addressbooks on the server.

When you use SOGo's webinterface to access you mail, the webinterface
will use the sogo login-password to access your mailserver over IMAP.
But that's something else...

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[SOGo] New e-mail notification in webinterface

2011-03-18 Thread Paul van der Vlis
Hello,

One of my customers has a problem with e-mail in the SOGo webinterface.

She uses the webinterface on her work. Before she used Horde, and there,
when she minimezed the browser, she could see if there are new messages.
the name (title of the browser) changed then from inbox to inbox (1).

But Sogo says always Sogo, so she needs to open the browser to see if
there are new messages. And she cannot do that all the time...

For this reason she prefers Horde. But maybe you have an idea how she
could see if there is new mail with minimized browser?

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Re: [SOGo] Alternative sender

2011-03-18 Thread Paul van der Vlis
Op 18-03-11 12:06, Alessio Fattorini schreef:
 Il 18/03/2011 12:01, Paul van der Vlis ha scritto:
 Hello,

 Is it possible for users to have more then one identitie for sending
 mail?  For e.g. private mail, bussiness mail, more official mail, etc.
 
 It's a recursive question:
 You Need to define the email addresses in the mail attribute of your
 ldap users. The SOGo web interface then allows users to choose from any
 of the addresses when composing emails.

I use a mysql database for authentication. Do I have to create extra
columns in my database, or do I have too add extra records with the same
c_uid ?

mysql show columns from sogo_users;
++--+--+-+-+---+
| Field  | Type | Null | Key | Default | Extra |
++--+--+-+-+---+
| c_uid  | varchar(10)  | NO   | PRI | NULL|   |
| c_name | varchar(10)  | YES  | | NULL|   |
| c_password | varchar(32)  | YES  | | NULL|   |
| c_cn   | varchar(128) | YES  | | NULL|   |
| mail   | varchar(128) | YES  | | NULL|   |
++--+--+-+-+---+
5 rows in set (0.00 sec)

This is what I use to connect:
defaults write sogod SOGoUserSources '({canAuthenticate = YES;
displayName = SOGo Users; id = users; isAddressBook = YES; type = sql;
userPasswordAlgorithm = md5; viewURL
=mysql://sogo:x@127.0.0.1:3306/sogo/sogo_users;})'
defaults write sogod SOGoProfileURL

 I mean something like:

 1. Firma van der Vlis  i...@vandervlis.nl
 2. Paul van der Vlis   p...@vandervlis.nl
 3. E.P. van der Vlis   p...@vandervlis.nl
 
 Should be configurable from e-mail preferences i think, like Thunderbird
 There is an open NFR bug yet

What does NFR mean?  Can you point me to the bug when it's important for me?

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Re: [SOGo] IMAP ACLs not configurable in thunderbird?

2011-03-08 Thread Paul van der Vlis
Op 07-03-11 09:52, Dennis Petschull schreef:
 Hello,
 
 I've just upgraded my dovecot server to version 1.2, so it now handles
 the IMAP ACLs correctly. This works perfectly out of the box from the
 SOGo webinterface, where I can set the IMAP folder ACLs nicely.
 I thought this should also be possible from Thunderbird when the
 connector and integrator plugins are installed properly. But apparently
 this is not the case? At least I can't find any option to do this, when
 right-clicking on a folder.
 Can someone confirm, or tell me what I am missing?

So far I know you cannot edit IMAP ACL's with Thunderbird (I am new to
SOGo, so maybe I am wrong).

But there is a plugin for IMAP ACL's, maybe you can take a look:
https://addons.mozilla.org/nl/thunderbird/addon/imap-acl-extension/
.
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Re: [SOGo] Caldav URL of a new addressbook

2011-03-08 Thread Paul van der Vlis
Op 08-03-11 10:57, Michael Noack schreef:
 I do not know, what the intended solution is (I found none). What I did
 is use the URL of a calendar, but exchange Calendar with Contacts than
 append the id of my addressbook (which I found in my
 db-sogo-sogo_folder_info). The URL should look like this:
 http://{fqdn}:{port}/SOGo/dav/{Username}/Contacts/{Contacts-Id}/

Yes, that's possible, but not a normal way.

 This, of course, is by no means a solution for the problem (while the
 default addressbook is always personal, users have no way of guessing
 the id for any addressbook they create). I would be interested to learn
 myself how users are expected to get this URL. I suspect this is a
 missing feature.

I think that too. For calendars there is a nice solution:
right-click a calendar | settings | tab links to this calendar
And you can copy the caldav-link there.

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[SOGo] Caldav URL of a new addressbook

2011-03-07 Thread Paul van der Vlis
Hello,

When I create a new addressbook, how do I know the caldav URL of it?

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[SOGo] Howto for Debian on wiki.debian.org

2011-03-03 Thread Paul van der Vlis
Hello,

I've made an howto for SOGo with Debian on http://wiki.debian.org/SOGo

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[SOGo] Removing /SOGo/ from URL

2011-03-02 Thread Paul van der Vlis
Hello,

I would like to run Sogo on the root of an URL, so not something like:
https://sogo.vandervlis.nl/SOGo/
But something like:
https://sogo.vandervlis.nl/

This seems to be not so easy, any advices?

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Re: [SOGo] Debian Squeeze as client

2011-02-27 Thread Paul van der Vlis
Op 23-02-11 21:30, Mark Adams schreef:

about Icedove 3.1.7 from unstable

 I still recommend you try it. It will be the most stable option.

I've contacted Christoph Goehre (packager of Icedove) about this, when I
understand him well, there are no problems with Icodove 3.1.7 from
experimental. He says Icedove 3.1.8 (what was planned for 8th February,
but not released yet) will be uploaded into unstable.

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