Carbonio CE Product Email info not received
Is anyone having problems getting the info on Carbonio CE via the web page here: https://www.zextras.com/carbonio-community-edition
For some strange reason I don't receive any email from filling in the form and giving my email address. I've used my own personal Zimbra server address and another external email address and nothing arrives in either mail box.
Is there any update on when a RHEL version available for Carbonio CE?
BTW, I did receive the recent email about the Carbonio CE Admin Panel.
@phoenix, I can't say much about the problems in receiving the email, because I am not involved in that, but about the RHEL support I can just say "stay tuned". 🙂
@stefanodavid - Thanks for the update on RHEL, I'm waiting patiently. 🙂
I had trouble getting emails as well. They are using a known spam company as their mail provider and it gets blocked by a lot of spam filters. Zimbra and Proxmox both blocked their email. Even my firewall blocked it as coming from known a known spammer.
Check your mail filters... there's a good chance it's being blocked.
I finally discovered the cause of the 'lost' emails. I have several cookie/ad blockers in my browser(s), they were obviously enabled but as a test I disabled all of them and the notification email finally arrived. I use Rspamd in my Zimbra server and those emails never showed in any of my log files, hence my slight confusion about the problem and even more confused about why my cookie/ad blocker caused an email not to arrive.
Anyway, I've now got the email but not much progress. I used the wget details to install the repo but now I'm getting the following:
HTTP request sent, awaiting response... 403 Forbidden
I've been in the industry since 1968 and life with computers is certainly interesting to say the least. 😀
@phoenix there was a similar case in another thread lately, the problem was that for some reasons some strange, non-visible characters were appended to the wget command. Perhaps you're in a similar situation? You can check by using CTRL+e to move at the end of the prompt line
I've been in the industry since 1968 and life with computers is certainly interesting to say the least.
I am in the CS world since only 1997/8, it's nice to hear my life there will be funny and interesting for another ~30 years! 😆 😆 Thanks for letting me know!