User talk:DJ L

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Samba 4 stubs

Hi, I've noticed you've created Samba4 Client Configuration: do you intend to move there Samba#Client configuration? Also about Samba4 DHCP with Dynamic DNS, are you sure you can't add that information to one of our already existing articles on Samba? -- Kynikos (talk) 13:01, 10 December 2013 (UTC)

I suppose the DHCP section could be added to the existing Samba 4 page, but much of it can be reused outside of Samba too. I should change the title after it is ready to go. As to the Client configuration, this is about SSO on Linux hosts and is more akin to Active_Directory_Integration. I'll get with the original author of that page once the needed configurations are in place to discuss a merge. Thanks for the heads up. DJ L (talk) 02:00, 11 December 2013 (UTC)
About the DHCP article, how much of it can be used in general? Maybe you just want to link to our already existing articles on DHCP, DNS... and improve them instead of duplicating content? See Category:Networking and subcategories too.
About the client config article, isn't it easier to contribute to Active Directory Integration from the beginning instead?
-- Kynikos (talk) 05:02, 11 December 2013 (UTC)
Not sure, I'll delete the links. If you can delete the stub pages for me I'd appreciate it. I'll sandbox it locally and see where I'm at when ready to proceed (still having some issues with the DHCP).
I've not been here long, policy is probably simply make the edit, but what is acceptable in the community? I presume that I should contact the original author with proposed text vai talk feature, and wait for a response. DJ L (talk) 16:17, 15 December 2013 (UTC)
All right, the stubs are deleted. Yes, the policy is "simply make the edit": as long as you properly justify your edits using the Summary (just below the text editing area) you'll be fine. You don't need to contact the previous contributors of an article, just do the edits and keep watching the talk page: if they've got something to say, they'll show up there :) I recommend you to directly edit the existing articles because this will avoid creating duplicated content, which is so hard to maintain especially in the long run. -- Kynikos (talk) 12:03, 17 December 2013 (UTC)

OpenChange Server

I have another Question is it possible to add more than one E-Mails per user in sogo? templis (talk)

Excellent. I'm glad to see others using and contributing! As to your question about multiple email addresses, absolutely it is possible. Just add a new ProxyAddresses entry. The all capped SMTP is the primary (translates to the "from" address), and little smtp are the alternates (for which you can receive mail, but not send as). DJ L (talk)
capped SMTP won't work for me. I have to add another user, login as this user and have to delegate my primary user but little smtp work to recive mails, my only problem now is: if I add little smtp I recive two same E-Mails templis (talk)
I haven't seen this behavior. Do you have the same email address listed twice for the user (both SMTP and smtp)? It need only be in one, but if that was the issue, then there is a problem with my LDAP user lookup tables for Postfix. DJ L (talk)
I think I've found the failure but don't have a sollution for this. I think it's in sogo and the twice e-mails are because of imap and x400. But I can't test this, because i can't remove the imap from the sogo app... templis (talk)

Are you sure about your last commit? Because I have smaba 4.2.0 and openchange-server 2.2-6 runing... I've after last sysupdate only the problem, that my samba passwords are expired. But with smbpasswd -a Administrator and ldap, everything runs perfect. templis (talk)

Actually, it shouldn't even be API compatible, logging, at very least, should be broken with samba 4.2.0 and the 2.2-6 version of this package. I just submitted a fix that should handle 4.2.0. DJ L (talk) 15:33, 25 March 2015 (UTC)