This looks great, +1!
Posts made by bellinom
RE: Email aliases
@nebulon I do see that aliases are an option, but I've just tested them to match my use case and no luck.
What I did was create an alias and send a test email. All good. Then I deleted the alias and sent another email to it. I received it just as if I had not deleted the alias. My goal is to be able to delete aliases and no longer receive mail to those addresses, basically as a way to unsubscribe without having to involve the sender. Or to prevent spam if the address is compromised.
Hope that makes sense.
I am interested in creating email aliases on the fly, and later deleting them when they no longer are needed. My use case is to be able to create an alias for whatever service I am signing up with, say firstname.lastname@example.org.
What I'd like to be able to do is just sign up, and have the alias automatically created. Then later, when random_service inevitably starts sending me spam, be able to delete the alias, no longer letting their spam through.
Currently I use a catchall account. I am able to create any email address on the fly and have it all delivered to one account. This is great, and very useful. My only issue is that I can't go back and delete any of the dynamic addresses, as they are not aliases, but catchall addresses. So I can't prevent email from being sent to my dynamic addresses, short of manually unsubscribing.
Is this possible? I don't know enough about the Cloudron email stack to know if it is, but if so, it would be a very useful addition to me, and possibly others.
RE: GitHub Pages usage?
I've reproduced my issue. These are my steps:
- create directory and git init
- gem install bundler jekyll
- jekyll new my-awesome-site
- git add .
- git commit -m 'initial commit'
- git remote add page https://my.domain/_git/page
- git push page master
- push succeeds
At this point my issue is that when I go to my GitHub pages site, I only get this error and an empty page "Cannot GET /"
GitHub Pages usage?
I'm curious on how the GitHub Pages app is meant to be used. I get how it works with GitHub, push a repo to GitHub and it gets published on a GitHub subdomain. I'm not clear on how this is meant to work in combination with Cloudron.
What I'd like to do is host a Jekyll repo on my Cloudron Gitea instance, and use the GitHub Pages app to render it. Is that possible? I tried something similar a while back and ran to issues, but I forget what they were offhand. Anyone have any suggestions on a workflow to do this?