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- Apr 12 2015, 12:47 PM (450 w, 2 d)
Sep 20 2022
May 26 2022
@lennartack - Oops.. NOW it should be available again.. ;-)
Apr 29 2022
@lennartack - on it..
Apr 14 2022
This was fixed - the server is alive and kicking, Apheleia IT is interested in maintaining community engagement, and Kolab is still called Kolab. See my mail on the user list for more details.
Mar 25 2022
Thank you for bringing your concern forward. I can delete your account. I just want you to confirm one more time here that this is actually what you want.
https://docs.kolab.org has been fixed.
Mar 6 2017
Closing this against the project: https://git.kolab.org/project/view/209/
Jan 13 2017
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Dec 19 2016
Raising priority of this and assigning (-oh - It's already assigned correctly)
Dec 9 2016
Nov 21 2016
Nov 3 2016
Of course the correct version including the fix is: cyrus-imap.2.5.10
Oct 20 2016
Having read through your response and analyzed the issue further, we still come back to the same conclusion. The instability that you refer to really seems to be caused by the way that your environment (assuming the load-balancer between your server and the client) is breaking connections in a non-standard way - mainly without sending a RST or FIN off to the client. The only way for the software to know, if a connection is still alive or not, is to ask the OS TCP stack, which in this case would not help, as the OS would still think that the connection is live. The failing connection would then come down to TCP/IP ttl or time outs.
Oct 18 2016
Just adding the problem for the record:
Oct 14 2016
According to Florian Eder, this has been tested and is working.
What are the exact commands that you run?
Oct 13 2016
Oct 12 2016
As nobody can reproduce this (also not ESG) we close this task
Oct 3 2016
Sep 30 2016
Sep 29 2016
Sep 27 2016
We are still unable to reproduce this.
Sep 26 2016
Excellent (indeed it is..).
All done. Closing the task
@machniak - Can this me backported to KE14 - please.
The doc does not exist anymore. Can we close this, or is there a need for a discussion?
The doc doesn't exist anymore. Is there anything to be discussed here or can we close the task?