@savity normally i just look for the answers to my questions in the forums. Also i won't bump into discussions, but this time i just want to say i totally agree with Savity
Thank you dear Cloudron team for the great support and hard work
What are Canarytokens?
You'll be familiar with web bugs, the transparent images which track when someone opens an email. They work by embedding a unique URL in a page's image tag, and monitoring incoming GET requests.
Imagine doing that, but for file reads, database queries, process executions or patterns in log files. Canarytokens does all this and more, letting you implant traps in your production systems rather than setting up separate honeypots.
and a nice YouTube Video with some explanation...
Not sure if it's something for Cloudron, but at least interesting enough i guess
I didn't use CanaryTokens for this post, no worries
Any progress with this, or is it just not something for Cloudron?
I have it installed locally at the moment and must say i'm impressed, it's pretty nice and smooth running
Only thing is i can't invite anyone from outside my local network....
@nebulon thanks for the reply
I'm gonna try out location/domain first..
Will report back if this works for me...
Problem for me after updating to v6.3.4 running on Ubuntu 18.04.4 LTS.
Matrix (Synapse server) seems to be running, but sending messages on Android and Windows not working anymore...
i moved this topic to https://forum.cloudron.io/topic/5291/problem-with-sending-and-receiving-message-s-android-windows
@girish Thanks a lot for this great support and that you want to take a look at it
It's not a must have, but it come's very handy for monitoring my Cloudron instance and get warnings if something goes weird or reaches high loads.
Netdata is also something i did not think about earlier, so maybe that will workout for me as well.
I must say (apart from this topic), i am really 100% satisfied till so far about Cloudron and the active community that's behind it. Many answers to my questions i did already find here in the forums
Also a big thanks to the Staff of Cloudron, that picks up problems really quick and solve's them as much as they can.
I hope Cloudron will live for a long time in the upcoming future, because it's the solution i was looking for a long time
Really glad i came accros all this and thanks to everybody
Mine was really noticable faster too. Running Ubuntu 18.04 OS here.
Reboot and apps up and running in less than a minute. Like 40 to 45 seconds in total.
Keep up the good work Cloudron staff
Thanks for helping me out and sharing your config..
I did tried it the first time, wrapping the DKIM TXT with quotes .. but that doesn't seem to change it also...
I just rolled it back now just to be sure, so it's wrapped with double quotes again at this point.
I did another test at appmaildev.com to see what they are saying about my records...
Because now the output of every record passed the test with a full green text "Passed" and no Fails at all...
this is the output of that test:
Received-SPF: pass (appmaildev.com: domain of email@example.com designates 188.8.131.52 as permitted sender) client-ip=184.108.40.206
spf=pass (appmaildev.com: domain of firstname.lastname@example.org designates 220.127.116.11 as permitted sender) client-ip=18.104.22.168;
dmarc=pass (adkim=r aspf=r p=none) header.from=example.com;
Where "example.com" is my actual domain redacted for privacy
DomainKey-Result: none (no signature)
If DKIM result is passed, you can ignore DomainKey result: none
Notice: DomainKey is obsoleted standard, the new standard is DKIM.
Thanks a lot guys for the input. This is exactly why i just love Cloudron so much!!
Helpfull community and Staff, you guys helped me so much already, just by reading the forums and mostly finding my answers over there, normally... but this time i had to ask about this one, and the help again was there really quickly, really appreciate it!!
I'll wait for another week, to throw out another test @mail-tester.com.
In the meantime i also got some Dmarc_reports delivered to my mailbox and everything is evaluated with <check>passed<, so i also think it has to be some kind of bug at the mail-tester end.
I also keep an eye open on my Dmarc_reports in the meantime.....
Thanks for the answer.
I tried it like a year ago and that worked out really good.
Only thing then that al versions, like the running Cloudron version and Ubuntu version stayed the same when i did that a year ago.
I'm not sure if it wil work this time...
Thanks i really appreciate your explanation.
Give me a couple of days to sort some things out and i report back asap of this works for me.
i guess i better keep an eye on it and look if it runs smoothly on the newly created Ubuntu 20.04 VM, before updating to 6.3.4.?
Thanks for the support.
My weekend is started now, so i can finally dig into the problems i had.
I'm going to first spin up a new Ubuntu 20.04. VM.
Then install Cloudron version 6.2.8 on that.
Restore backup from the old Ubuntu 18.04. version 6.2.8 to the newly created Ubuntu 20.04 VM.
If that's running smooth I'll give it a shot to upgrade to 6.3.4. and see how that goes. I'll report back on that.
If Nextcloud sync is still bugging me after updating, i shall open a separate thread for that one
Thanks for checking up into this
I have done that a while ago when federation was not working in the beginning. I have checked if it's still on the bare domain today, and it is.....
I think it's something with the certificates of my domain and the fingerprint that's changed, after updating my Cloudron instance...
But my technical expertise isn't good enough to look in to that....
Actually i just did a restore from a fully created backup made last night.
Everything running smoothly now and what a relief reverting back to 6.2.8.
I have around 8 apps, like Nextcloud, Matrix, Elements, Radicale, AdGuard, Bitwarden, Collabora-office and Rainloop.
All is running on a Unraid server Amd-ryzen 5 and 32GB of mem and live's in a Ubuntu 18.04 VM
server is serving around 20 a 30 active users