What's coming in 6.0 (take 2)
- no way to integrate with cloudron mail like the Rainloop app in Nextcloud.
On that specific point, Nextcloud Mail does fine in my experience if the users have their cloudron email as their primary email, then you can do similar to the following (my.demo.com used in place of mail server name):
So it can depend a lot on your setup, but I'll freely give you that no sieve support is incredibly frustrating, plus I constantly can't find features that I feel like should be there, and even when it's "working" the visual design is so weird to me that things still feel wrong. I mean, I'd give it like a 4/10 and "would not recommend to a friend" but for some users/clients...it's evidently good enough?
The rolling average in my experience is definitely hot garbage, but sometimes it's acceptable garbage.
This release got delayed a bit because we have been trying to narrow down a crash in the LDAP code. We finally found it and have submitted a PR upstream - https://github.com/ldapjs/node-ldapjs/pull/686 . Now we can move forward
marcusquinn last edited by
@jimcavoli Great tip!!
@girish Worth making these Mail app settings default on all Nextcloud instances? My understanding is they wouldn't take effect unless "Apply and create/update for all users" was clicked, so should be safe for existing installs.
Also, worth adding to the docs given it's a Sys Admin time-saver for onboarding the Mail app, albeit as mostly useful just inside Nextcloud usage.
Loving 6.0! One thing I’d like to suggest for a minor release is adding a start/stop and restart button along the top when looking at an apps settings. Like the new ones you added for logs and terminal. Also a file browser for the new volumes feature would be nice.
@girish hahah you know I found the other issues and totally thought of the volumes one without checking. Whoops...
Lonk last edited by Lonk
@girish Did the
adminPathmanifest argument get removed in V6.0? I just updated and they're gone from my custom apps?
@lonk https://docs.cloudron.io/custom-apps/manifest/#configurepath Looks like it's still there. Maybe the name changed ?
Lonk last edited by
@mehdi Maybe the update removed it, I'll do a full re-install and see if it brings back the admin url button.
robi last edited by
@lonk you likely have to clear your browser cache