@girish Yes, vaultwarden sends out e-mails for things like invitations to companies, password resets etc. And there is no way to change the server used in the GUI, only as an environment variable.
So it would be nice if it would be an option to for example use SES or mailgun here.
I don't think it is an issue, however essentially the more restrictive setting (Cloudron or app) will hit first. Looking at the changes at vaultwarden, their defaults are a lot more restrictive than the ones we have set in iptables as a generic default.
I also think this makes much sense. Some apps may require more stringent measures others don't. So while having a basic line of defense from the platform, the apps can add on top where applicable, since only they know which routes to protect more and which are for example just public routes which just have to be prevented from a denial of service attack.
Okay weird update... I changed it to 1G but still received the same error after restarting MySQL service. So then I went back and set it back to 64M default it had (which should have been enough anyways), but then when I tried it again soon after it then suddenly worked importing the JSON file without "Malformed communication packet", it's as if maybe the 1G value worked but wasn't recognized until later? Or it was a total coincidence, I'm not certain which yet. lol.
I'm wondering now if it maybe makes sense to up the max_allowed_packet up a bit though? I mean 64 MB is fine but wondering if it should be closer to 256 MB or something like that instead? I'm not certain if this was even to do with it, but it seemed possible given that it worked soon after tinkering with the values.