it would be an excellent function, @girish
unfortunately, I realized that I would not have this function (ALIAS DOMAIN) and I had to stop using cloudron.
however, based on my experience, your application is excellent.
@JOduMonT I will try to find out more in the namecheap documentation. However, from what I've been researching, this configuration has to be done on the server - because the server has to interpret the request and know that that specific URL is configured there.
For example: there is no way (just) pointing the IP to the server. We (also) must have configure the server to accept connections with that URL - otherwise it will inform famous "not found"
Just to clarify: I need my server to accept connections from 2 different domains WITHOUT changing the URL.
That is why I need to know if there is a way to add a DOMAIN ALIAS in cloudron settings, so my server will correctly interpret connection requests from both URLs (like this > https://www.buycpanel.com/difference-domain-alias-domain-redirect/)
due to the good performance configuration, I use cloudron in an instance on AWS (EC2) that shortens links in an mobile application.
the software (url shorter) works at the following link> uclink.me
however, the shortener also allows the possibility of using other domains. to do so, I need to configure the 'new domain' as an ALIAS.
in the cloudron configuration panel I didn't think it was possible to add a domain alias.
in summary: is it possible to add a domain alias in the CLOUDRON settings? (for the same system can work with both domains).
thanks for the explanations. I have already contacted digital ocean requesting the release of port 25.
at first, strangely, they claimed that there is no output block on port 25 (although I did the test with the command 'telnet' in the cli).
considering that the whole world considers port 25 to be a less secure and more spam-friendly port, is there any way to configure my installation to send emails through port 587?
I'm trying to install cloudron on a 954M memory VPS (just like all VPS in the world, this VPS doesn't have 1GB).
however, when running cloudron installer the following error appears: "Error: Cloudron requires atleast 1GB physical memory"
however, for example, when I installed cloudron on a VPS instance on digital ocean (whose physical memory is 984M) the installation went smoothly.
Please tell me if there is a command in the installer where the installation is "forced" to skip this warning?