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The Citadel system is extremely versatile. It provides numerous front ends to present to users, such as a text-based interface, an AJAX-style web interface, and many popular PIM clients using SMTP/POP/IMAP. All of these can be used simultaneously.
It's also extremely scalable. Not only can a well-equipped Citadel server support a large number of concurrent users, but you can also build a distributed network of Citadel nodes that share rooms and their content.
To complete the configuration of the Citadel server, use citadel-webcit with a web browser, log in with the administrator's username and review items in the Administration menu. More detailed information can be found on www.citadel.org, particularly in the FAQ and Documentation sections.
citmail(8) citmail(8) NAME citserver - Core of the Citadel Suite. SYNOPSIS citserver [-lLogFacility] [-d] [-f] [-D] [-tTraceFile] [-xLogLevel] [-hHomeDir] DESCRIPTION Citadel (the binary name is citserver) is the core of the Citadel Suite. It provides Data-storage and Connection-ori‐ ented more»
SENDCOMMAND(8) Citadel.org SENDCOMMAND(8) NAME sendcommand - command sending utility for Citadel SYNOPSIS sendcommand [remotehost [remoteport]] Citadelcommand DESCRIPTION Sendcommand connects to the given citserver, identifies itself as an internal programm [/doku.php/documentation:app‐ proto:connection#ipgm.identify.as.an more»
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