Re: [SOGo] Send email notifications disabled but "calendar-auto-schedule" announced by server

2019-03-08 Thread Martin Trinks

Hello,

I just want to inform you that I reported an issue for this topic, see 
ID 0004688 .


Please add your comments there, if you are effected by this issue as 
well. (Which I thought most of you are, but in view of the little 
response this most likely is not the case.)


Best regards
Martin

On 15.02.2019 16:18, ... wrote:

Hello,

we are using SOGo without the function to send emails notifications to 
meeting participants , i. e.


SOGoAppointmentSendEMailNotifications = NO.

But the CalDAV header indicates with "calendar-auto-schedule", that 
our server is able to send such emails.


Lightning
  CalDAV: DAV header: 1, 2, access-control, calendar-access, 
calendar-schedule,
  calendar-auto-schedule, calendar-proxy, calendar-query-extended, 
extended-mkcol,

  calendarserver-principal-property-search  calDavCalendar.js:1966

Lightning
  CalDAV: Calendar asdf supports calendar-auto-schedule
  calDavCalendar.js:1983

Therefore, all our users have to sent the according Thunderbird 
(version 60) option ("Prefer client-side email scheduling") for each 
of their calendars. Is that how it should be?


Wouldn't it be better if the server did not indicates 
"calendar-auto-schedule" with the SOGo option mentioned above 
disabled? Or is there any other option to disable the notice of 
"calendar-auto-schedule"?


Best regards
Martin


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[SOGo] Send email notifications disabled but "calendar-auto-schedule" announced by server

2019-02-15 Thread Martin Trinks

Hello,

we are using SOGo without the function to send emails notifications to 
meeting participants , i. e.


SOGoAppointmentSendEMailNotifications = NO.

But the CalDAV header indicates with "calendar-auto-schedule", that our 
server is able to send such emails.


Lightning
  CalDAV: DAV header: 1, 2, access-control, calendar-access, calendar-schedule,
  calendar-auto-schedule, calendar-proxy, calendar-query-extended, 
extended-mkcol,
  calendarserver-principal-property-search  calDavCalendar.js:1966

Lightning
  CalDAV: Calendar asdf supports calendar-auto-schedule
  calDavCalendar.js:1983

Therefore, all our users have to sent the according Thunderbird (version 
60) option ("Prefer client-side email scheduling") for each of their 
calendars. Is that how it should be?


Wouldn't it be better if the server did not indicates 
"calendar-auto-schedule" with the SOGo option mentioned above disabled? 
Or is there any other option to disable the notice of 
"calendar-auto-schedule"?


Best regards
Martin

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[SOGo] Send As

2016-07-07 Thread Keith Williams

Hi all,

Sorry if this has been asked before, but does Sogo v3 support Outlook 
2013/6 "Send on behalf of", or "Send As" another user via Active Sync?


Similar to this described here:

https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa998291(v=exchg.80).aspx

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Re: [SOGo] Send button is not working Sogo 3.0.2

2016-06-18 Thread Christian Mack
Hello

Am 17.06.2016 um 16:40 schrieb Rodrigo Miguel (sdmiguelvie...@gmail.com):
> Hi,
> 
> We have a production environment with SOGo 3.0.2 on a RHEL 7.2 server.
> We are having problems with some customers, they usually access the webmail
> SOGo but when trying to send new message by clicking on the SEND button, no
> action happens.
> 
> On the firefox debugger it's displayed the following error:
> 
> Error: Permission denied to access property "$mailboxController"
> p@
> https://example.com/SOGo.woa/WebServerResources/js/Mailer.services.js?lm=1463751941:2:7172
> u@
> https://example.com/SOGo.woa/WebServerResources/js/Mailer.services.js?lm=1463751941:2:8520
> anonymous/fn@
> https://example.com/SOGo.woa/WebServerResources/js/vendor/angular.min.js
> line 218 > Function:2:263
> b@
> https://example.com/SOGo.woa/WebServerResources/js/vendor/angular.min.js:116:82
> Ic[b] https://example.com/SOGo.woa/WebServerResources/js/vendor/angular.min.js:259:195
> sf/this.$get https://example.com/SOGo.woa/WebServerResources/js/vendor/angular.min.js:135:132
> sf/this.$get https://example.com/SOGo.woa/WebServerResources/js/vendor/angular.min.js:135:364
> Ic[b] https://example.com/SOGo.woa/WebServerResources/js/vendor/angular.min.js:259:245
> Pf@
> https://example.com/SOGo.woa/WebServerResources/js/vendor/angular.min.js:35:475
> Of/d@
> https://example.com/SOGo.woa/WebServerResources/js/vendor/angular.min.js:35:424
> 
> 
> After analysing the SOGo server log and TCPDUMP we identified that by
> clicking on the SEND button is sending no request to SOGo server.
> We were using Apache working with HTTPs and REDIRECT, follows attached the
> configuration of Virtual Hosts.
> It's importante to say that this error is not for all, it happens just with
> some users.
> Someone would have any tips?
> 
> Thank you.
> 

I think that was fixed already.
Please upgrade to 3.1.2


Kind regards,
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[SOGo] Send button is not working Sogo 3.0.2

2016-06-17 Thread Rodrigo Miguel
Hi,

We have a production environment with SOGo 3.0.2 on a RHEL 7.2 server.
We are having problems with some customers, they usually access the webmail
SOGo but when trying to send new message by clicking on the SEND button, no
action happens.

On the firefox debugger it's displayed the following error:

Error: Permission denied to access property "$mailboxController"
p@
https://example.com/SOGo.woa/WebServerResources/js/Mailer.services.js?lm=1463751941:2:7172
u@
https://example.com/SOGo.woa/WebServerResources/js/Mailer.services.js?lm=1463751941:2:8520
anonymous/fn@
https://example.com/SOGo.woa/WebServerResources/js/vendor/angular.min.js
line 218 > Function:2:263
b@
https://example.com/SOGo.woa/WebServerResources/js/vendor/angular.min.js:116:82
Ic[b]https://example.com/SOGo.woa/WebServerResources/js/vendor/angular.min.js:259:195
sf/this.$gethttps://example.com/SOGo.woa/WebServerResources/js/vendor/angular.min.js:135:132
sf/this.$gethttps://example.com/SOGo.woa/WebServerResources/js/vendor/angular.min.js:135:364
Ic[b]https://example.com/SOGo.woa/WebServerResources/js/vendor/angular.min.js:259:245
Pf@
https://example.com/SOGo.woa/WebServerResources/js/vendor/angular.min.js:35:475
Of/d@
https://example.com/SOGo.woa/WebServerResources/js/vendor/angular.min.js:35:424


After analysing the SOGo server log and TCPDUMP we identified that by
clicking on the SEND button is sending no request to SOGo server.
We were using Apache working with HTTPs and REDIRECT, follows attached the
configuration of Virtual Hosts.
It's importante to say that this error is not for all, it happens just with
some users.
Someone would have any tips?

Thank you.
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Re: [SOGo] Send Mail button is disabled on SOGo v3

2016-02-18 Thread Francis
This bug has been filled here:

http://sogo.nu/bugs/view.php?id=3470

Francis

> Le 18 févr. 2016 à 06:46, Michael Grimbichler  a 
> écrit :
> 
> I am also having this bug. After entering the email you need to TAB to the 
> next field. Clicking to the content of the text won't work.
> 
> Regards, Michael 
> 
>> On 18 Feb 2016, at 11:40, "blamarl...@tcs.fr"  wrote:
>> 
>> I
>> i just experienced the same thing.
>> it appears if you add a comma after your recipient address, you can send your
>> email...
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Re: [SOGo] Send Mail button is disabled on SOGo v3

2016-02-18 Thread Michael Grimbichler
I am also having this bug. After entering the email you need to TAB to the next 
field. Clicking to the content of the text won't work.

Regards, Michael 

> On 18 Feb 2016, at 11:40, "blamarl...@tcs.fr"  wrote:
> 
> I
> i just experienced the same thing.
> it appears if you add a comma after your recipient address, you can send your
> email...
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Re: [SOGo] Send Mail button is disabled on SOGo v3

2016-02-18 Thread blamarlere
I
i just experienced the same thing.
it appears if you add a comma after your recipient address, you can send your
email...
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[SOGo] Send Mail button is disabled on SOGo v3

2016-01-18 Thread Emilio Fonseca

Hi all,

I have a question:
When I'm typing a new Mail, if the recipient is not one of my Contacts 
in my address book, the Send button keeps disabled.

Is that a bug or a characteristic of SOGo v3?

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[SOGo] send email problem

2013-10-02 Thread ma
Hey all,
I already could send email via SOGO by a predefined address. By from some days
ago, my messages from the corresponding address would not be delivered to the
destination address.
Could some one give me some hints for troubleshooting the problem?

Thanks,
Masood
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Re: [SOGo] send email problem

2013-10-02 Thread Szládovics Péter

2013-10-02 14:44 keltezéssel, m...@gtt-technologies.de írta:

Hey all,
I already could send email via SOGO by a predefined address. By from some days
ago, my messages from the corresponding address would not be delivered to the
destination address.
Could some one give me some hints for troubleshooting the problem?


Have you got any NDR or error message(s)?

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[SOGo] send as

2013-07-05 Thread it
Hello,
I want use SOGo in our company, but one problem is open.
 
We want to use webmail (no Outlook, Thunderbird and so on), but the windows
function send as form Word, Explorer  Co has no function.
 
Can you tell me a solution?
 
 
Thank you
 
Jan
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Re: [SOGo] send as

2013-07-05 Thread Stefano Zamboni
Il giorno ven, 05/07/2013 alle 05.47 -0400, i...@kirchbergklinik.de ha
scritto:
 Hello,
 I want use SOGo in our company, but one problem is open.
  
 We want to use webmail (no Outlook, Thunderbird and so on), but the windows
 function send as form Word, Explorer  Co has no function.
  
 Can you tell me a solution?
  

you can't :-)

such a word's/IE/whaterver feature rely on an email client..

S.

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Re: [SOGo] send as

2013-07-05 Thread Troy Shafer
Firefox will let you do this but that doesn't help with word, excel, etc. 

Affixa is a program I've seen mentioned in the past that does this. 

- Troy Shafer
t...@surety-networks.com

On Jul 5, 2013, at 5:47 AM, i...@kirchbergklinik.de wrote:

 Hello,
 I want use SOGo in our company, but one problem is open.
 
 We want to use webmail (no Outlook, Thunderbird and so on), but the windows
 function send as form Word, Explorer  Co has no function.
 
 Can you tell me a solution?
 
 
 Thank you
 
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Re: [SOGo] Send email from alias?

2010-07-21 Thread Alessio Fattorini

Il 25/03/2010 20:16, Donny Brooks ha scritto:


Simply add the relevant fields from your LDAP server that contain email
address to MailFieldNames.


Is it possible to add/modify/delete this directly by preferences?
I need to leave user free to manage them.
Thank you

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