It's not app configurations that are confusing me. I realise it's the same as email clients.
What confused me was the config details Cloudron told me to use didn't actually work and appear to be wrong..
However, what does work (thanks you you pointing out that 465 is SSL - not TLS as Cloudron tells me) is using 465 with SSL:
So thank you! 🙏
Dunno why I didn't try to try that last night! (actually, I do, because it wasn't what Cloudron was telling me to do it was very late so my brain likely wasn't working properly - yet another reason to start taking getting more and better and more regular sleep more seriously)
Also, whilst 587 with TLS didn't initially work either (temporary name resolution error), when I just tried it again that worked too!
In part just so everything in one place and so I just have to manage, maintain, update etc one server instead of several servers.
But also because e.g.
I've got an instance of PeerTube on one of the smaller VPSs (it's bridport.tv so makes sense to have it on my.bridport.coop where I've got all the Bridport stuff), but I've realised that it really needs a lot more power than that server has.
I'd also like to give access to some of the apps of got on my.uniteddiversity.coop to all the people on my.bridport.coop - at present this would mean them creating another account and then not having the same credentials for both (although to be fair most of the apps currently on my.bridport.coop aren't LDAP enabled anyway, either because they don't have it - like Discourse - or because it doesn't really suit the use case - public instances of PeerTube, Mastodon, Pixelfed).
I think quite a few of the apps would likely benefit for the increased power the dedicated server would have.
The issues you've highlighted wouldn't be that big an issue for me because I think I'm currently the only person/ name who is on all of them so there aren't two Jane Does (but there would be if I started saying "sign-up over on my.uniteddiversity.coop so I can give you access to our shared x too".
The biggest issue would be getting the handful of people actively using some of the other Cloudrons over onto the One Big Cloudron, but currently the numbers of people I'm talking about would be manageable (but this gets harder as more people start joining the other secondary Cloudrons).
Oh right, this is the whole box backup listing, not the apps backup listing. Looking at the code, that Cloudron level section needs the same fix 😕
Will do a fix now and if you want enable remote SSH support for us and send a mail with your dashboard domain to firstname.lastname@example.org then I can locally fixup your instance
@mpeterson0418 On Cloudron, each app is run in a container and has it's own virtual file system. This way one app cannot see another and they can't tamper with each other. This has a wide range of security benefits. This is the reason File manager is inside the app setting.