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Re: [SOGo] Error in ManageSieve configuration


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  • From: "Steffen" ( ) < >
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  • Subject: Re: [SOGo] Error in ManageSieve configuration
  • Date: Sun, 16 Jul 2017 13:28:13 +0200
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I was able to resolve the issue, the crux was in the missing "/"
character in the connection string, making it read:

SOGoSieveServer = "sieve://<snip>:4190/?tls=YES";

resolved my issue.

Cheers,
Steffen

Am 16.07.2017 um 12:34 schrieb Steffen
( ):
> Hi,
> I'm trying to connect the Nightly Build of SOGo to my external Dovecot
> IMAP-Server with ManageSieve.
>
> Unfortunately, I cannot correctly set the config option. When setting
>
> SOGoSieveServer = "sieve://<snip>:4190?tls=YES";
>
> The settings-page never loads (clicking the cogwheel after logging in)
> and I get error messages after the workers hang for about 1 minute,
> before finally giving up with the error
>
> Jul 16 12:22:39 sogod [434]: [WARN]
> <0x0x563419591ad0[WOWatchDogChild]> pid 437 has been hanging in the same
> request for 1 minutes
> Jul 16 12:23:39 sogod [434]: [WARN]
> <0x0x563419591ad0[WOWatchDogChild]> pid 437 has been hanging in the same
> request for 2 minutes
> Jul 16 12:23:46 sogod [437]: [ERROR]
> <0x0x563419bed5f0[SOGoSieveManager]> Sieve connection failed on
> sieve://sieve://<snip>:4190?tls=YES:2000
>
> Clearly, the added sieve:// in front and :2000 in the end are not from
> my config setting and are added "automagically".
>
> When I instead remove the "sieve://" in my string, like
>
> SOGoSieveServer = "<snip>?tls=YES";
>
> I get a different error (but no worker hangs and the settings page loads
> immediately):
>
> Jul 16 12:26:41 sogod [602]: [ERROR]
> <0x0x55862eb7c650[SOGoSieveManager]> Sieve connection failed on (null)
>
> Any hints how I could resolve this issue? The ManageSieve-Server works
> correctly, and as an added note, when I remove the ?tls=yes from the
> first configuration setting, the connection to the sieve-server works,
> but fails since plaintext auth over unencrypted connections is not allowed.
>
> Regards,
> Steffen
>



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