@d19dotca I think the -f flag on install just "cleans up" the installation : it notices that some files required for some packages were removed (in the previous line), so it removes said packages. What actually frees up the space is the rm. The apt-get -f install just makes the system notice that the packages in question are not installed anymore
I dont see how this can be supported by nextcloud, unless it would scan the authors inbox. Maybe the nextcloud email addon is able to handle this, but you should probably ask nextcloud support about this.
I didn't thought of any specific LDAP server. It would be great to connect Cloudron to any external LDAP server, that would manage groups and users. For example, connect a Cloudron server to another one so that only one Cloudron server manages the users and groups for both servers.
@CarbonBee Did I understand correctly that the DNS of cloudron A and Cloudron B are different above?
If so, the behavior is expected (not saying it is correct or even good). Currently, there is no easy way to easily 'migrate' domains - it is only easy to migrate a Cloudron from one server to another provided that all the DNS remains the same.
Can you explain your use case a bit more so we can try to come up with a solution together? I guess you are trying to test your backups? How can we make this work when Cloudron has multiple domains? Once you restore to another server, Cloudron will do the DNS setup of apps automatically and it will end up re-configuring the DNS of the apps to point to this new server.