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  • fido2support

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    i'm glad i've made this more of a trending topic on the forum.
    this should push more support for FIDO in cloudron.

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    dsp76D

    Thanks! Increased it and will monitor and report, if it solved it.

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    marcusquinnM

    @girish Nice, thank you. Have just added them manually.

    Be double-nice if they were added automatically when Cloudflare is first used as a DNS Proxy, but I guess I understand that's both an additional feature to maintain, and maybe debatable if everyone would want it happening silently.

  • Code only backups

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    girishG

    @fbartels If I understood correctly, the issue is that the Cloudron package has /app/data/apps where it stores the nextcloud apps. I think @jdaviescoates wants to update a single nextcloud app and if it bombs, they want to roll back that directory alone.

    But of course the suggested approach doesn't work cleanly (not in a generic way atleast). Consider:

    Nextcloud app updates It tries to do some migration and bombs mid way We have to roll everything back and not just the code...

    But if you want to risk it and leave the DB in some unknown state, you can always copy /app/data/apps as /app/data/apps-13May2013 using the file manager. The old fashioned way of backing up files 😄

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    nebulonN

    Currently, the email eventlog is kept for 90 days. This is hard-coded so far. We will see when we get around to making this configurable. I don't think it was intended for a long-term audit log so far.

  • [Mail] Offer complete Autodiscover (Outlook)

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    murgeroM

    Can't say no to expanded features!! I hope this can be implemented, it would be cool to see autodiscover and autoconfig working for Outlook and maybe even lesser known email clients.

  • Read only mysql access in cloudron - possible?

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    You should be able to create such a user if you operate with the mysql admin credentials which exist in the mysql service container. You can get a terminal into that via docker exec -ti mysql /bin/bash in an SSH session to the host system. However probably don't play around with this in a production system for a start.

  • [Mail] Single address relay

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  • Add Filebase as Backup

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    girishG

    I split storj as a separate request to https://forum.cloudron.io/topic/11670/add-storj-as-backup-option

  • Implement a Down for Maintenance screen

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    LanhildL

    What about a "Turn on maitenance mode" like @girish suggested, but you'd be able to specify which page from the /home/yellowtent/boxdata/custom_pages you want displayed. This would allow a lot more flexibility and even let you have app-specific maintenance pages that you made beforehand.

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    Yes, I know that failed backup notifications are already raised in the dashboard, but that requires me to go and look there. I have a mission-critical app that should update every day and I literally had the case that while I was on vacation, it failed one day. Nothing happened, it backed up the next day, but I simply didn't look into the dashboard that day like usually.

    That's where the feature request is coming from.

  • proxyAuth for any app

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  • add deSEC as DNS Provider

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    @girish said in add deSEC as DNS Provider:

    deSEC integration is implemented for next release.

    That is the best message of the day. Thank you!

  • Email forwarding for active mailbox

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    Out of curiosity I've built what @luckow suggested, only with Cloudron API (notifications endpoint) -> n8n -> some magic -> ntfy.sh-app and it looks like this:

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    Action gets triggered (either automatically or manually), n8n checks the cloudron api https://my.example1.com/api/v1/notifications (create a readonly access token in your profile and update the Bearer token with it) with the parameters acknowledged = false, so only unread notifications are collected.

    The code-node does the following (filteredTitles because I don't care about app-updates, only actual issues, can be adjusted of course):

    const notifications = items[0].json.notifications; const types = notifications.map(notification => notification.type); const titles = notifications.map(notification => notification.title); // Filter notifications to remove those with type "appUpdated" const filteredNotifications = notifications.filter(notification => notification.type != "appUpdated"); // Extract titles of the filtered notifications const filteredTitles = filteredNotifications.map(notification => notification.title); //return [{ json: { types, titles } }]; return [{ json: { filteredTitles } }];

    This will result in an array of current notifications, e.g.

    [ { "filteredTitles": [ "Email is not configured properly", "The app at cms.example.com ran out of memory." ] } ] The if-node checks if there's actual content. If it's empty, nothing will happen, if it's not, it will make a http request to your nfty instance and topic of your choice (saved credentials in n8n) and send the notifications:

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    Since I was working with readonly tokens, I had no intentions of marking the notifications as read after sending out the message. So there's room for improvement, but I thought I would throw it in here as a PoC 🙂

    Complete code (My_Cloudron_workflow.json) is here:

    { "name": "My Cloudron workflow", "nodes": [ { "parameters": {}, "id": "0dcf1d60-f8e7-4ffe-be14-64399a5c924d", "name": "When clicking \"Test workflow\"", "type": "n8n-nodes-base.manualTrigger", "typeVersion": 1, "position": [ 240, 620 ] }, { "parameters": { "url": "https://my.example1.com/api/v1/notifications", "sendQuery": true, "queryParameters": { "parameters": [ { "name": "acknowledged", "value": "false" } ] }, "sendHeaders": true, "headerParameters": { "parameters": [ { "name": "Authorization", "value": "Bearer 123" } ] }, "sendBody": true, "bodyParameters": { "parameters": [ {} ] }, "options": {} }, "id": "073de174-b658-480e-bb3c-6be103304bd9", "name": "EX1", "type": "n8n-nodes-base.httpRequest", "typeVersion": 4.2, "position": [ 460, 620 ], "alwaysOutputData": false }, { "parameters": { "url": "https://my.example2.com/api/v1/notifications", "sendQuery": true, "queryParameters": { "parameters": [ { "name": "acknowledged", "value": "false" } ] }, "sendHeaders": true, "headerParameters": { "parameters": [ { "name": "Authorization", "value": "Bearer 456" } ] }, "sendBody": true, "bodyParameters": { "parameters": [ {} ] }, "options": {} }, "id": "c29eae02-51b5-417c-a103-d35b4bcb15e8", "name": "EX2", "type": "n8n-nodes-base.httpRequest", "typeVersion": 4.2, "position": [ 460, 780 ], "alwaysOutputData": false }, { "parameters": { "url": "https://my.example3.com/api/v1/notifications", "sendQuery": true, "queryParameters": { "parameters": [ { "name": "acknowledged", "value": "false" } ] }, "sendHeaders": true, "headerParameters": { "parameters": [ { "name": "Authorization", "value": "Bearer 789" } ] }, "sendBody": true, "bodyParameters": { "parameters": [ {} ] }, "options": {} }, "id": "a00d01ae-fca9-41e8-b16f-3456459f414a", "name": "EX3", "type": "n8n-nodes-base.httpRequest", "typeVersion": 4.2, "position": [ 460, 460 ], "alwaysOutputData": false }, { "parameters": { "jsCode": "const notifications = items[0].json.notifications;\nconst types = notifications.map(notification => notification.type);\nconst titles = notifications.map(notification => notification.title);\n\n// Filter notifications to remove those with type \"appUpdated\"\nconst filteredNotifications = notifications.filter(notification => notification.type != \"appUpdated\");\n\n// Extract titles of the filtered notifications\nconst filteredTitles = filteredNotifications.map(notification => notification.title);\n\n//return [{ json: { types, titles } }];\nreturn [{ json: { filteredTitles } }];" }, "id": "fb776916-d0d4-46b6-8a7d-7de5694e650c", "name": "Code", "type": "n8n-nodes-base.code", "typeVersion": 2, "position": [ 620, 460 ] }, { "parameters": { "jsCode": "const notifications = items[0].json.notifications;\nconst types = notifications.map(notification => notification.type);\nconst titles = notifications.map(notification => notification.title);\n\n// Filter notifications to remove those with type \"appUpdated\"\nconst filteredNotifications = notifications.filter(notification => notification.type != \"appUpdated\");\n\n// Extract titles of the filtered notifications\nconst filteredTitles = filteredNotifications.map(notification => notification.title);\n\n//return [{ json: { types, titles } }];\nreturn [{ json: { filteredTitles } }];" }, "id": "968f2566-7983-46ef-b14a-3677a3a6fc88", "name": "Code1", "type": "n8n-nodes-base.code", "typeVersion": 2, "position": [ 620, 620 ] }, { "parameters": { "jsCode": "const notifications = items[0].json.notifications;\nconst types = notifications.map(notification => notification.type);\nconst titles = notifications.map(notification => notification.title);\n\n// Filter notifications to remove those with type \"appUpdated\"\nconst filteredNotifications = notifications.filter(notification => notification.type != \"appUpdated\");\n\n// Extract titles of the filtered notifications\nconst filteredTitles = filteredNotifications.map(notification => notification.title);\n\n//return [{ json: { types, titles } }];\nreturn [{ json: { filteredTitles } }];" }, "id": "5463ace4-ed1f-408a-a13c-a153fbda2ca3", "name": "Code2", "type": "n8n-nodes-base.code", "typeVersion": 2, "position": [ 620, 780 ] }, { "parameters": { "method": "POST", "url": "https://ntfy.nftyserver.com/cloudron-notifications", "authentication": "genericCredentialType", "genericAuthType": "httpBasicAuth", "sendHeaders": true, "headerParameters": { "parameters": [ { "name": "Title", "value": "Current example3.com notifications" } ] }, "sendBody": true, "contentType": "raw", "rawContentType": "Title", "body": "={{ $json.filteredTitles.join(\"\\n\"); }}", "options": {} }, "id": "83bc0ca8-d7e1-4fb5-8dd9-0b3360f6763e", "name": "HTTP Request", "type": "n8n-nodes-base.httpRequest", "typeVersion": 4.2, "position": [ 940, 460 ], "credentials": { "httpBasicAuth": { "id": "5tUu1DjoNUxl0M5a", "name": "ntfy token" } } }, { "parameters": { "method": "POST", "url": "https://ntfy.nftyserver.com/cloudron-notifications", "authentication": "genericCredentialType", "genericAuthType": "httpBasicAuth", "sendHeaders": true, "headerParameters": { "parameters": [ { "name": "Title", "value": "Current example1.com notifications" } ] }, "sendBody": true, "contentType": "raw", "rawContentType": "Title", "body": "={{ $json.filteredTitles.join(\"\\n\"); }}", "options": {} }, "id": "92815612-9381-444f-86b5-7c3c3cf8a371", "name": "HTTP Request1", "type": "n8n-nodes-base.httpRequest", "typeVersion": 4.2, "position": [ 940, 620 ], "credentials": { "httpBasicAuth": { "id": "5tUu1DjoNUxl0M5a", "name": "ntfy token" } } }, { "parameters": { "method": "POST", "url": "https://ntfy.nftyserver.com/cloudron-notifications", "authentication": "genericCredentialType", "genericAuthType": "httpBasicAuth", "sendHeaders": true, "headerParameters": { "parameters": [ { "name": "Title", "value": "Current example2.com notifications" } ] }, "sendBody": true, "contentType": "raw", "rawContentType": "Title", "body": "={{ $json.filteredTitles.join(\"\\n\"); }}", "options": {} }, "id": "bc221e4f-8817-4c19-a74d-9333a4783319", "name": "HTTP Request2", "type": "n8n-nodes-base.httpRequest", "typeVersion": 4.2, "position": [ 940, 780 ], "credentials": { "httpBasicAuth": { "id": "5tUu1DjoNUxl0M5a", "name": "ntfy token" } } }, { "parameters": { "conditions": { "options": { "caseSensitive": true, "leftValue": "", "typeValidation": "strict" }, "conditions": [ { "id": "43482a2f-b2b0-4f0a-b970-7b11e8f6ee03", "leftValue": "={{ $json.filteredTitles }}", "rightValue": "", "operator": { "type": "array", "operation": "notEmpty", "singleValue": true } } ], "combinator": "and" }, "options": {} }, "id": "af3ebb14-32db-4afb-8c9d-84eb593eae96", "name": "If1", "type": "n8n-nodes-base.if", "typeVersion": 2, "position": [ 780, 620 ] }, { "parameters": { "conditions": { "options": { "caseSensitive": true, "leftValue": "", "typeValidation": "strict" }, "conditions": [ { "id": "1811bb6f-55ca-4b2d-9f6b-97c489ef4d21", "leftValue": "={{ $json.filteredTitles }}", "rightValue": "", "operator": { "type": "array", "operation": "notEmpty", "singleValue": true } } ], "combinator": "or" }, "options": {} }, "id": "e354d631-5daf-495d-a5e2-e0fb64ef212d", "name": "If2", "type": "n8n-nodes-base.if", "typeVersion": 2, "position": [ 780, 780 ] }, { "parameters": { "conditions": { "options": { "caseSensitive": true, "leftValue": "", "typeValidation": "strict" }, "conditions": [ { "id": "43482a2f-b2b0-4f0a-b970-7b11e8f6ee03", "leftValue": "={{ $json.filteredTitles }}", "rightValue": "", "operator": { "type": "array", "operation": "notEmpty", "singleValue": true } } ], "combinator": "and" }, "options": {} }, "id": "a3fc1a27-f94d-4651-884f-34c683b0a2da", "name": "If", "type": "n8n-nodes-base.if", "typeVersion": 2, "position": [ 780, 460 ] } ], "pinData": {}, "connections": { "When clicking \"Test workflow\"": { "main": [ [ { "node": "EX1", "type": "main", "index": 0 }, { "node": "EX2", "type": "main", "index": 0 }, { "node": "EX3", "type": "main", "index": 0 } ] ] }, "EX1": { "main": [ [ { "node": "Code1", "type": "main", "index": 0 } ] ] }, "EX2": { "main": [ [ { "node": "Code2", "type": "main", "index": 0 } ] ] }, "EX3": { "main": [ [ { "node": "Code", "type": "main", "index": 0 } ] ] }, "Code1": { "main": [ [ { "node": "If1", "type": "main", "index": 0 } ] ] }, "Code2": { "main": [ [ { "node": "If2", "type": "main", "index": 0 } ] ] }, "Code": { "main": [ [ { "node": "If", "type": "main", "index": 0 } ] ] }, "If1": { "main": [ [ { "node": "HTTP Request1", "type": "main", "index": 0 } ] ] }, "If2": { "main": [ [ { "node": "HTTP Request2", "type": "main", "index": 0 } ] ] }, "If": { "main": [ [ { "node": "HTTP Request", "type": "main", "index": 0 } ] ] } }, "active": false, "settings": { "executionOrder": "v1" }, "versionId": "b1689af0-81c6-453c-a8aa-1d7c84d7a85e", "meta": { "templateCredsSetupCompleted": true, "instanceId": "8903125d64295093a384f52f480a1738308c71ada8db56c53efba4894aefbff2" }, "id": "I2Mq9Y8GOPIDIh8i", "tags": [] }

    I threw out a module last minute, so hopefully no oversights in there. Improvements are welcome! 😉

    TL;DR: Adjust the URLs to your Cloudrons, create and add readonly tokens, add a ntfy token to your n8n credentials and adjust the URL to your ntfy instance.

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    I would like to be able to leave a note alongside a particular application backup, too.

  • Add a Text Field notes per apps

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    @jrl-abstract27 Dup of https://forum.cloudron.io/topic/11559/possibility-to-add-app-notes-for-admins-operators-users/ .

    We have already implemented this for next release. Feel free to comment in the other thread, please.

  • Branding Limitations

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    girishG

    For the last point about the "Login with Cloudron" button in apps, we have introduced a new environment variable (just last week) in next release - https://git.cloudron.io/cloudron/box/-/commit/daa8a60da282fc3c8bbccd4b2b1a4920c2b06812 . After the release, we have to adjust the apps to use the text in the environment variable. And then, Branding view will set that variable.

  • WebFinger support for OIDC

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    Never mind, my misunderstanding. I was able to use the wordpress-plugin "webfinger" on my main domain and just put in the my.<domain>-issuer-URL into the response, works fine!