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iContact-cPanel-Plugins

Extra "Contact Manager" Providers for cPanel and WHM

Current plugins:

  • XMPP -- Stable XMPP provider (well, as stable as Net::XMPP is, anyways). See issue #2
  • IRC -- New provider, needs more testing by users out in the wild. "Works for Me"
  • Slack -- Works presuming you have an incoming WebHook URL, much like CpanelRicky's MatterMost plugin.
  • Discord -- Similar to Slack, use an incoming WebHook URL.
  • Telegram -- Works, though getting the right numeric ID for the user/group you want to message may be tricky. An instructional video has been posted here to assist you with getting this all setup.

If you like this plugin, consider sending a a few dollars this way: https://paypal.me/troglodyne

Installation and Use:

  • Clone this repo with git onto a cPanel host of at least 11.64+.
  • After changing the current working directory of your terminal session into the repo's directory, run make if you want to install all the providers.

OR

  • If you want to only install one specific provider, run 'make install-$provider' -- example: make install-slack would install Slack's provider.
  • (Optionally) Run the Tests with make test
  • Go to WHM >> Basic Setup and configure the provider options
  • Go to WHM >> Contact Manager and make sure it is set up to spam you mercilessly (and for the notifications you care about!).
  • Do something to trigger a notification that should fire notifications from cPanel & WHM per your preference in /etc/clevels.conf
  • If you tire of the modules and want to get rid of them, run make uninstall.

KNOWN BUGS

ejabberd:

Currently, the DIGEST-MD5 method (used by default in Net::XMPP when authenticating against the latest ejabberd versions) causes failures to send notifications. Add disable_sasl_mechanisms: "DIGEST-MD5" to your ejabberd.yml config file to avoid this problem. See issue #2 on the tracker.

XMPP Driver (generally):

I've seen a report about gtalk.t failing on install for certain users when attempting to install Net::XMPP as a dependency. If this occurs, you'll likely have to manually run CPAN and tell it to ignore the failing tests: cpan -i -f Net::XMPP. After it installs you can then rerun make install and it should be OK. (the '-f' flag stands for 'force')

TESTING NOTES

If you want to run a functional test for any of these (to debug problems), please run the following script: scripts/generate_testing_configuration.pl as this will prompt you for all the needed values to make the test run (it tells you how to run it too).

Anyways, this script will write out a file like the following to the repo's top level directory. In this example, we're using the XMPP provider, so it will be .xmpptestrc:

XMPPUSERNAME: user@domain.tld

XMPPPASSWORD: hunter2

XMPPCOMPONENTNAME:

XMPPUSETLS: 1

XMPPVERIFYCERT: 0

You'll note these correspond to the values in the Provider's Schema module. With that set, you should spam yourself with a message if the t/Cpanel-iContact-Provider-XMPP.t test passes.

Same goes for the IRC or Slack provider... use the same keys as in the schema module for dopeouts in its' test.

CONTACT

As always, if you feel there's a bug, please file an issue on the tracker. If you want to chat about it, hop on the Matrix Chat server for troglodyne. Instructions here: https://chat.troglodyne.net.

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