Rainloop is pre-configured for use with Cloudron Email. The app automatically generates domain configuration for all the apps that have email enabled at installation time. If you enable or disable email on one or more domains, simply reconfigure the app and it will re-generate the necessary configuration.
There are two ways to use Rainloop when using Cloudron Email with multiple domains.
Users can login with their email and password to access their mailbox. If the Cloudron has two domains,
example2.com, the user can login using
email@example.com. Aliases can be added as identities under Rainloop settings.
Users can login using one of the email domains and add the other domains using the
Add Accountdialog. For example, user can login as
Rainloop tracks accounts based on the login email. This means that in the example above, if the user logs in
firstname.lastname@example.org will not show up.
To add one or more external domains, add them in Rainloop's admin panel.
An out of office / vacation mail message can be setup using Sieve filters.
A vacation message can be set in
Add a filter. Choose
Vacation message action.
At most once a day
Vacation messages are sent at most once a day to the same sender. This setting cannot be changed.
Forwarding all emails
To forward all emails to an external mail, setup a Sieve filter in
Add a filter ->
The admin panel is located at
/?admin and is disabled by default.
To enable it, open a Web terminal
and edit the file
Set the value of
On. The default admin credentials
Username: admin Password: 12345
Restart the app for the changes to take effect.
Disable admin panel after use
We highly recommend disabling the admin panel after use.