With the other “Mail” app available on NextCloud, you’re able to add a mail account and then configure its settings (manually, if necessary), allowing you to use the “mail” app with whatever domain name you please.
But, installing the RainLoop app on NextCloud 13, I’m not given the option to setup a mail account. Rather it presents a login screen immediately and then attempting to enter an arbitrary email address, it complains that “domain is not allowed”.
So I’ve entered the admin panel for RainLoop - changing the password from the default - and can see that there’s a “domains” section.
This is horridly impractical - read “unusable” - if I’m expected to use the admin panel to add all the domains and settings for each and every possible domain.
We have business users on our cloud and we also offer them other services such as domain registration and website hosting. This tends to mean that every single business customer has their own custom domain name - so if settings are dealt with on a per-domain basis, then this is going to get extremely silly fast.
This also practically excludes allowing users to simply use the webmail app for other arbitrary email accounts they might have with whatever email provider. Unless I’m expected to compile a big list of all possible email providers that exist worldwide, on the off-chance - but, umm, where’s any advantage in having that?
Is there any possible way to all users to add their own email accounts - like the other “mail” app does it - instead of this strange way of doing things?