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    @LoudLemur yeah, there is no way around user not knowing about Cloudron dashboard to change the email password. The alternative is to create a web app which does this and uses Cloudron API (which is out of scope for us). Unless Cloudron develops it's own webmail ui , this is hard to solve (for the reasons you pointed out).

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    You can also use without having to add aliases at all.

    This is pretty much covering my use case, great, thanks 👍

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    @loudlemur Here are some of the possible trouble indicators in the logs (I have obfusticated the domain names/email addresses)

    One clue might be that though I am actually able to send mail, none of it appears in the "Sent" folder.

    Also, if I go into "Manage folders", i can't create a folder or even click on those toggle buttons on the "inbox" for example. They don't respond.

    Dec 17 17:09:50 (node:90) [DEP0123] DeprecationWarning: Setting the TLS ServerName to an IP address is not permitted by RFC 6066. This will be ignored in a future version. Dec 17 17:09:50 (Use `node --trace-deprecation ...` to show where the warning was created) Dec 17 17:09:50 [INFO] [outbound] secured verified=false cipher=TLS_AES_256_GCM_SHA384 version=TLSv1.3 error=ERR_TLS_CERT_ALTNAME_INVALID cn=* organization="" [core] hook=connect plugin=dnsbl function=connect_multi params="" retval=DENY msg="host [123.456.789.012] is blacklisted by"
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    @nebulon Thanks for the quick reply and guidance!

    And sorry for not spotting the response to the second question in the doc. Yes there is a sub associated so I'll also email you.

    Many thanks