@girish No I actually meant instead of storing those files in the box folder, moving them into a standartly installed surfer instance on the same server where one can easily update/modify them etc. without the fear of having them replaced on an update
@girish Yes, vaultwarden sends out e-mails for things like invitations to companies, password resets etc. And there is no way to change the server used in the GUI, only as an environment variable.
So it would be nice if it would be an option to for example use SES or mailgun here.
@nebulon Yeah I went so far to migrate to a fresh ubuntu installation to find out if there is something wrong on a system level but that didn't help either. Moving to an external drive did work though for some reason. But that's not what I want since that is a much more expensive solution…