Take no offense, I'm not assuming anything lol just want to hear more about your own experience. Thanks.
It works for me. Their support a couple of years ago wasn't as good, but has improved a bunch since then.
Hey thanks for the review folk 🙂
That's what I thought, since the complaints I'd found were relatively old, and I also thought a folk in the Cloudron community wouldn't mislead us, wouldn't it?
Truly, prices are hard to beat.
@jdaviescoates There's two levels of retry - things like network errors, transient api errors etc are retried immediately. The other retry is in the next scheduled backup time. There is no other retry between scheduled backup time.
Good point... I checked if there is a way to say "only notify users subscribed to this post" when creating a new app update post but that option is not there on NodeBB. Looks like as @thetomester13 said, the onus is on the reader to actively "ignore" update posts.
@scooke Interesting. The certificate and the PTR record check shouldn't have anything to do with each other. The PTR record check is really just dig -x IPADDRESS . Can you try that say 10 times over the course of an hour with your VPS server IP and see if it's consistent?
As for old certs, they are indeed preserved forever even if you remove the domain from Cloudron itself but the latest release will now clean up obsolete certs which are 6 months old.
@girish I think you need to shut this poster down, much like another earlier on (a year ago or so?). Their behaviour and attitude is beyond any measure of civility, no matter the reason. Please. I'd support any decision to even remove them completely and delete their comments. It's unbelievable.
Reason I'm asking is that my understanding is you can't really split roles up between servers for the same domain. In other words, it's not really feasible to have one Cloudron server hosting the website for example.com and another Cloudron server hosting the mail for example.com. My understanding is that everything related to the domain needs to be handled on each server.
Out of interest, why would it not be feasible to split domains between hosting and email? We do this without any problems. On the servers hosting the apps either outbound mail is set to relay via the server handling email or, if the app manages its own email settings, these are set to use the SMTP on the server handling email for the domain.
I may have misunderstood but I think this post is why I was under that impression that the Cloudron domains emails should be on the same server as the apps for that same domain.