Citadel is a email and collaboration server.
There is also a web server for Citadel called Webcit. However, I use Webcit almost exclusively for Admin/Aida purposes.
My users use either a desktop client or Roundcube, which is a PHP driven web mail client.
The purpose of Citadel PHP is to give users a means to change their passwords. The server side protocols IMAP, SMTP etc. don't provide any means to change passwords.
- A library to access Citadel email and collaboration servers from php, using the Citadel Protocol.
- A simple ajax driven website on which users can:
- Change Password
Installing is as simple as:
- Clone or download the code to your web root
- Modify config.php
- View on https://www.example.com/citadelphp
Find the citadel.socket on your server. Possible values are:
Baby Citadel Author James Warren Stevens
There is another php library for Citadel called Baby Citadel. I first tried impleamenting this with that library, but after having to make too many changes to the origianl code I decided to write a new library from scratch. Some of the implementation ideas for Citadel PHP come from Baby Citadel.
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