@necrevistonnezr True, but imapfilter ( or another workaround ) is here today for you to achieve what you want. Beats waiting for the feature you're asking for which might be available sometime soon, later .... or never.
I have to like the post to see the count if someone else had liked it I cannot view it and even then if I like it and view most of the time I can only see my name on it it’s very rare I see the total profiles of those who had liked.
This moreover seems to be a conflict with ui or java from cloudron I guess ? It all works fine at pixelfed.social though, which is a raw installation of pixelfed.
I’m not certain but all i can say is there is something that’s not right
Mystery solved; The server i was hosting Afterlogic on turns out is just too slow. Checking the logs it would always time out, which is 15 seconds.
I ran Afterlogic on a much faster server and now it sends emails just fine.
Thanks all for your efforts to help me, it was much appreciated.
@girish Thanks for looking at this. Just triggered another backup with all apps active and it succeeded. I guess then it's finally time to move to the new hardware (plus making sure that the new system is using the c locale by default)
@onlybro thanks for the heads up on this. I think I understand the reason for that recommendation. But to understand this in the Cloudron context, once the box process starts up, we create a mysql connection pool. This is never destroyed and as long as the box process is up and running, the name resolving is only done during startup once. So I think we are good as is on this one.
I would actually be more curious about the memory settings you mentioned, that is probably more worthwhile understanding.
@dantheman not sure which process is crashing there, but most likely rabbitmq then. I cannot reproduce this on any Cloudron I've tried so far, so maybe if you want, you can enable remote SSH support for this Cloudron and then send a mail to firstname.lastname@example.org with your dashboard domain, if you want us to take a direct look at this specific instance.
@mastadamus right, the spamlists won't work if those lookups get blocked. Currently, if the lookups fail, the mail server will simply go ahead and try to detect spam via spamassassin. It's just one of the metrics for spam detection. I guess it's fine if it's working OK for you without it .
@girish No, I don't have a lot of experience with postgresql. The strategy you describe aligns with my understanding of mysql's philosophy, but postgresql seems to require admins be more explicit. E.g. granting permissions to an arbitrary quoted LIKE pattern is documented in mysql, but postgresql's GRANT docs don't mention anything of the like and look like they require the specific object to exist (by nature of being a valid identifier) before granting permissions. Though I could be mistaken.
The SNDS page/service is useless. It's good to tell if you're blocked or not and that's it. I signed up and added my server IP +8 months ago and I have yet to receive a single report from them. Anyway, I found the right page to apply for delisting if your IP is blocked: https://sender.office.com.