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    sbignell wrote:
    sbignell wrote:

    I've restarted mlmmjadmin and made sure uwsgi is running. Still the same thing happeneing.

    Just noticed I am running mlmmjadmin 1.5 and you've updated the doc to show 1.7. Do you have a document to upgrade mlmmjadmin 1.5 to 1.7? (not sure if it will fix the issue)

    Any thoughts? This is becoming an issue for customers. I have 750 Domains on this server.


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    I've upgraded from mlmmjadmin 1.5 to 1.7 but the issue remains.


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    ZhangHuangbin wrote:
    craig wrote:

    Zhang, craig@example.net is an alias for craig1234@example.net, therefore there is no output for the SQL you gave me.

    Then you should use craig1234@ as member.

    That doesn't make sense. craig@example.net is my email address, not craig1234@example.net. It's what I give to everyone I communicate with. It works for messages sent from external *and* internal sources in 100% of cases ... except this one, which means this is a bug.

    ZhangHuangbin wrote:

    is it a per-user alias address?

    I think "aliases" are sometime misnamed in iRedAdmin-Pro; sometimes aliases are actually *forwarders*. In this case I believe craig@example.net is actually a true alias of craig1234@example.net -- i.e., it is entered at "All domains/example.net/Users/Profile of user: craig1234@example.net/Aliases".

    ZhangHuangbin wrote:

    Show me output of SQL commands below please:

    USE vmail;
    SELECT address,forwarding,is_maillist,is_list,is_forwarding,is_alias FROM forwardings WHERE address IN ('craig@example.net', 'craig1234@example.net') OR forwarding IN ('craig@example.net', 'craig1234@example.net') \G

    There are 25 rows for addresses on several different domains from which email is *forwarded* to craig@example.net. In case there's something you need I have included all output, but to keep things simple I have changed all addresses on domains not involved to other@foreigndomain.com. I believe that only rows 1 and 2 are relevant.

    MariaDB [(none)]> use vmail;
    Reading table information for completion of table and column names
    You can turn off this feature to get a quicker startup with -A
    
    Database changed
    MariaDB [vmail]> SELECT address,forwarding,is_maillist,is_list,is_forwarding,is_alias FROM forwardings WHERE address IN ('craig@example.net', 'craig1234@example.net') OR forwarding IN ('craig@example.net', 'craig1234@example.net') \G
    *************************** 1. row ***************************
          address: craig1234@example.net
       forwarding: craig1234@example.net
      is_maillist: 0
          is_list: 0
    is_forwarding: 1
         is_alias: 0
    *************************** 2. row ***************************
          address: craig@example.net
       forwarding: craig1234@example.net
      is_maillist: 0
          is_list: 0
    is_forwarding: 0
         is_alias: 1
    *************************** 3. row ***************************
          address: other@foreigndomain.com
       forwarding: craig@example.net
      is_maillist: 0
          is_list: 1
    is_forwarding: 0
         is_alias: 0
    *************************** 4. row ***************************
          address: other@foreigndomain.com
       forwarding: craig@example.net
      is_maillist: 0
          is_list: 1
    is_forwarding: 0
         is_alias: 0
    *************************** 5. row ***************************
          address: other@foreigndomain.com
       forwarding: craig@example.net
      is_maillist: 0
          is_list: 1
    is_forwarding: 0
         is_alias: 0
    *************************** 6. row ***************************
          address: other@foreigndomain.com
       forwarding: craig@example.net
      is_maillist: 0
          is_list: 1
    is_forwarding: 0
         is_alias: 0
    *************************** 7. row ***************************
          address: other@foreigndomain.com
       forwarding: craig@example.net
      is_maillist: 0
          is_list: 1
    is_forwarding: 0
         is_alias: 0
    *************************** 8. row ***************************
          address: other@foreigndomain.com
       forwarding: craig@example.net
      is_maillist: 0
          is_list: 1
    is_forwarding: 0
         is_alias: 0
    *************************** 9. row ***************************
          address: other@foreigndomain.com
       forwarding: craig@example.net
      is_maillist: 0
          is_list: 1
    is_forwarding: 0
         is_alias: 0
    *************************** 10. row ***************************
          address: other@foreigndomain.com
       forwarding: craig@example.net
      is_maillist: 0
          is_list: 1
    is_forwarding: 0
         is_alias: 0
    *************************** 11. row ***************************
          address: other@foreigndomain.com
       forwarding: craig@example.net
      is_maillist: 0
          is_list: 0
    is_forwarding: 1
         is_alias: 0
    *************************** 12. row ***************************
          address: other@foreigndomain.com
       forwarding: craig@example.net
      is_maillist: 0
          is_list: 0
    is_forwarding: 1
         is_alias: 0
    *************************** 13. row ***************************
          address: other@foreigndomain.com
       forwarding: craig@example.net
      is_maillist: 0
          is_list: 0
    is_forwarding: 1
         is_alias: 0
    *************************** 14. row ***************************
          address: other@foreigndomain.com
       forwarding: craig@example.net
      is_maillist: 0
          is_list: 1
    is_forwarding: 0
         is_alias: 0
    *************************** 15. row ***************************
          address: other@foreigndomain.com
       forwarding: craig@example.net
      is_maillist: 0
          is_list: 1
    is_forwarding: 0
         is_alias: 0
    *************************** 16. row ***************************
          address: other@foreigndomain.com
       forwarding: craig@example.net
      is_maillist: 0
          is_list: 1
    is_forwarding: 0
         is_alias: 0
    *************************** 17. row ***************************
          address: other@foreigndomain.com
       forwarding: craig@example.net
      is_maillist: 0
          is_list: 1
    is_forwarding: 0
         is_alias: 0
    *************************** 18. row ***************************
          address: other@foreigndomain.com
       forwarding: craig@example.net
      is_maillist: 0
          is_list: 1
    is_forwarding: 0
         is_alias: 0
    *************************** 19. row ***************************
          address: other@foreigndomain.com
       forwarding: craig@example.net
      is_maillist: 0
          is_list: 1
    is_forwarding: 0
         is_alias: 0
    *************************** 20. row ***************************
          address: other@foreigndomain.com
       forwarding: craig@example.net
      is_maillist: 0
          is_list: 1
    is_forwarding: 0
         is_alias: 0
    *************************** 21. row ***************************
          address: other@foreigndomain.com
       forwarding: craig@example.net
      is_maillist: 0
          is_list: 0
    is_forwarding: 1
         is_alias: 0
    *************************** 22. row ***************************
          address: other@foreigndomain.com
       forwarding: craig@example.net
      is_maillist: 0
          is_list: 1
    is_forwarding: 0
         is_alias: 0
    *************************** 23. row ***************************
          address: other@foreigndomain.com
       forwarding: craig@example.net
      is_maillist: 0
          is_list: 1
    is_forwarding: 0
         is_alias: 0
    *************************** 24. row ***************************
          address: other@foreigndomain.com
       forwarding: craig@example.net
      is_maillist: 0
          is_list: 1
    is_forwarding: 0
         is_alias: 0
    *************************** 25. row ***************************
          address: other@foreigndomain.com
       forwarding: craig@example.net
      is_maillist: 0
          is_list: 1
    is_forwarding: 0
         is_alias: 0
    25 rows in set (0.00 sec)

    Craig


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    Hi

    I have built a new server running on Centos 7 following the directions at
    https://docs.iredmail.org/install.iredmail.on.rhel.html

    This server has only the default domain set up during the install, iRedadmin-Pro 3.1, and it has the same issue that you can't edit the advance config of a user.


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    ==== REQUIRED BASIC INFO OF YOUR IREDMAIL SERVER ====
    - iRedMail version (check /etc/iredmail-release): 0.9.8
    - Linux/BSD distribution name and version:  CentOS 7
    - Store mail accounts in which backend (LDAP/MySQL/PGSQL): MySQL
    - Web server (Apache or Nginx): Nginx
    - Manage mail accounts with iRedAdmin-Pro?
    - [IMPORTANT] Related original log or error message is required if you're experiencing an issue.
    ====

    I found following log in /var/log/maillog. It seems DNS is resolved, why it's REJECT?

    Oct 26 08:04:05 mx postfix/smtpd[28657]: NOQUEUE: reject: RCPT from rn2-txn-msbadger05101.apple.com[17.111.110.85]: 450 4.7.1 <rn2-txn-msbadger05101.rno.apple.com>: Helo command rejected: Host not found; from=<do_not_reply@email.apple.com> to=<xxxx@xxx.cn> proto=ESMTP helo=<rn2-txn-msbadger05101.rno.apple.com>


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    Hi Zhang,

    PunBB does not seem to be sending out notifications of posts to subscribes topics. I've checked my maillog and there are no attempts at connections from forum.iredmail.org in recent days, despite the fact that I am subscribed to an active topic.


    Craig


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    Hi

    Done some more troubleshooting. If I enable (tick) an option in the interface it works. But if I then untick the same option it doesn't. When I go into the LDAP editor it allows me to disable it there. So it seems I can enable options in the advanced interface, but not disable them.


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  • 10/25/18--22:21: Re: Using postgresql-11
  • log attached here
    Oct 24 23:41:51 srv uwsgi: xxx.com [pid: 132|app: 0|req: 2/2] 192.83.228.246 () {52 vars in 857 bytes} [Wed Oct 24 23:41:51 2018] GET /iredadmin => generated 21 bytes in 0 msecs (HTTP/1.1 500) 1 headers in 63 bytes (2 switches on core 0)
    Oct 24 23:42:36 srv uwsgi: Traceback (most recent call last):
    Oct 24 23:42:36 srv uwsgi: File "/usr/lib/python2.7/site-packages/web/application.py", line 237, in process
    Oct 24 23:42:36 srv uwsgi: return p(lambda: process(processors))
    Oct 24 23:42:36 srv uwsgi: File "/usr/lib/python2.7/site-packages/web/session.py", line 84, in _processor
    Oct 24 23:42:36 srv uwsgi: self._cleanup()
    Oct 24 23:42:36 srv uwsgi: File "/usr/lib/python2.7/site-packages/web/session.py", line 172, in _cleanup
    Oct 24 23:42:36 srv uwsgi: self.store.cleanup(timeout)
    Oct 24 23:42:36 srv uwsgi: File "/usr/lib/python2.7/site-packages/web/session.py", line 319, in cleanup
    Oct 24 23:42:36 srv uwsgi: self.db.delete(self.table, where="$last_allowed_time > atime", vars=locals())
    Oct 24 23:42:36 srv uwsgi: File "/usr/lib/python2.7/site-packages/web/db.py", line 906, in delete
    Oct 24 23:42:36 srv uwsgi: db_cursor = self._db_cursor()
    Oct 24 23:42:36 srv uwsgi: File "/usr/lib/python2.7/site-packages/web/db.py", line 566, in _db_cursor
    Oct 24 23:42:36 srv uwsgi: return self.ctx.db.cursor()
    Oct 24 23:42:36 srv uwsgi: File "/usr/lib/python2.7/site-packages/web/db.py", line 507, in _getctx
    Oct 24 23:42:36 srv uwsgi: self._load_context(self._ctx)
    Oct 24 23:42:36 srv uwsgi: File "/usr/lib/python2.7/site-packages/web/db.py", line 518, in _load_context
    Oct 24 23:42:36 srv uwsgi: ctx.db = self._connect(self.keywords)
    Oct 24 23:42:36 srv uwsgi: File "/usr/lib/python2.7/site-packages/web/db.py", line 960, in _connect
    Oct 24 23:42:36 srv uwsgi: conn = DB._connect(self, keywords)
    Oct 24 23:42:36 srv uwsgi: File "/usr/lib/python2.7/site-packages/web/db.py", line 546, in _connect
    Oct 24 23:42:36 srv uwsgi: return self.db_module.connect(**keywords)
    Oct 24 23:42:36 srv uwsgi: File "/usr/lib64/python2.7/site-packages/psycopg2/__init__.py", line 130, in connect
    Oct 24 23:42:36 srv uwsgi: conn = _connect(dsn, connection_factory=connection_factory, **kwasync)
    Oct 24 23:42:36 srv uwsgi: OperationalError: could not connect to server: Connection refused
    Oct 24 23:42:36 srv uwsgi: Is the server running on host "127.0.0.1" and accepting
    Oct 24 23:42:36 srv uwsgi: TCP/IP connections on port 5432?
    Oct 24 23:42:36 srv uwsgi: xxx.com [pid: 132|app: 0|req: 3/3] 192.83.228.246 () {52 vars in 857 bytes} [Wed Oct 24 23:42:36 2018] GET /iredadmin => generated 21 bytes in 0 msecs (HTTP/1.1 500) 1 headers in 63 bytes (2 switches on core 0)


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  • 10/26/18--00:48: Re: Using postgresql-11
  • iRedMail uses packages offered by Linux/BSD vendors directly, you can try to upgrade PGSQL after it's installed. we cannot test every third-party apt/yum repositories.


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    sbignell wrote:

    - Web server (Apache or Nginx): Apache

    Any error in Apache log file when iRedAdmin-Pro got internal server error?


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    According to maillog, last email notification sent to you was on Oct 19. But it also sent to others today.
    No idea right now, maillog doesn't have relevant error/warning.


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    wesley8086 wrote:

    Helo command rejected: Host not found; ... helo=<rn2-txn-msbadger05101.rno.apple.com>

    because HELO hostname is not resolvable by DNS query (no A record).


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    OK, craig1234@ is the real mailbox, and craig@ is the per-user alias address.

    I expect Postfix to use craig1234@ as final destination, but it doesn't. I need to do some testing to reproduce this bug and fix it.


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    Did you switch SOGo repo to SOGo v4 in /etc/apt/sources.list (or /etc/apt/sources.list.d/sogo-nightly*)?


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    It should work, could you paste the line in /etc/postfix/helo_access.pcre and the Postfix log line? is the HELO hostname same?


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  • 10/26/18--01:19: Re: Password change error
  • What do you mean user cannot change password? Any error in sogo log file?


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  • 10/26/18--01:20: Re: iRedMail-0.9.8
  • Try this:

    CREATE VIEW sogo.aliases (c_uid, c_name, c_password, c_cn, mail, domain) AS SELECT address, name, '', name, address, domain FROM vmail.alias WHERE active=1;


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    Yes you can modify files under mailbox directly, default directory is /var/vmail/vmail1/<domain>/...

    WARNING: MODIFYING MAIL MESSAGE DIRECTLY IS NOT RECOMMENDED, USE IMAP PROTOCOL INSTEAD PLEASE.


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  • 10/26/18--01:24: Re: mailing list Issue
  • postfix config is fine. i have no solution right now, sorry.


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    OK, well you last replied to the other active thread yesterday (25 October), and I didn't receive anything. But now I have received notifications of both this post and your post in the other active thread, so maybe whatever the problem was fixed itself.

    Gremlins.


    Craig


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