Update GitLab to 14.1.1
Build, publish, and share Helm charts
Create tables and upload images in the Wiki Content Editor
Select project access token role
Group Migration now includes Epics
Update Rocket.Chat to 3.17.0
roles.delete endpoint (#22497 by @lucassartor)
Collect data about LDAP, SAML, CAS and OAuth usage. (#22719)
Convert Team to Channel (#22476)
Federation setup (#22208)
Logout other user endpoint (#22661)
When I create an app_not_responding.html page to use as a custom page and add an image in the html code that I upload to the same directory (/home/yellowtent/boxdata/custom_pages/) , then image doesn't load. I can see the text, but not image.
I'm putting this code: <img src = "sad-dog.jpg" alt = "upps" width = "30%">
The html and the image have the appropriate permissions and as owner I have set yellowtent.
EDITED: Finally I created a folder where I put the images inside, I redirected them in the code and it worked.
<img src = "images/sad-dog.jpg" alt = "upps" width = "30%">
Way to go 🙂
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Inter-Domain Aliases is great
but I feel one piece is still missing
what about having a catchall@ aliases
I'll try to explain
my mail email is: email@example.com
which catch all for the domain.tld
I also make alias firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com
but those 2 domains (firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com) can't have a catchall unless I configure a mailbox for it.
I believe it would be nice a have the possibility to have a catchall@* or at least to be able to configure the catchall@ with another domain such as firstname.lastname@example.org redirected to email@example.com