I was writing an email and needed to add two attachments. After I’ve written it, i wanted to double check file names if I added correct ones. Of course, you only see “C:\Documents.…” … can’t even see whole file name. So i close it, thinking it will be under Drafts, maybe I can see it there.
There were 4 emails in my draft folder regarding this but guess what NONE OF THEM THE LAST VERSION … all of them were some previous versions with half the content missing, no attachments visible …
So of course you have to do it all over again. But this time, don’t make the same mistake AND REMEMBER WHAT YOU ADDED.
Is there nothing better out there we could use? There’s plenty of good looking, decent open source email clients out there, can we use some of those like roundcube or something?
First of all, it doesn’t help anyone if you come here to the forum to tell us that you think the app is “crap”. It would be better to open an issue on Github if you have found a reproducible bug or if you want to make suggestions on how to improve the app.
If you are looking for alternatives, you can try one the following apps:
Well that’s a bold claim you’re making there. However, I’m not a developer, so I can’t comment on that.
This sounds like a a massive exaggeration. I know RoundCube, Snappy (fork of Rainloop), After Logic WebMail (a fork, respectively the commercial version of Rainloop, not OSS), squirrelmail (still looks like it did in the 90s ) I’m sure I forgot a few, but if you can list at least a dozen, I’d be surprised.
The Snappy NC app store page entry has a paragraph that tells you where to find the settings in NC. It’s the only paragraph there so can’t miss it:
After enabling in Nextcloud, go to Nextcloud admin panel, “Additional settings” and you will see a “SnappyMail webmail” section. There, click on the link to go to the SnappyMail admin panel.
Definitely accurate documentation - I got curious and just deployed it.
Also looks like the Snappy admin manual has a section that has a Nextcloud heading with even more details if desired.
Keep in mind that Snappy can also be installed without Nextcloud so the default use case for their manual likely starts out assuming you’re not integrating it with NC. Scroll down. Or here’s the first link to a dedicated document (which is linked to from that section):
But, again, the app store paragraph is all that’s needed to get started.
Hope you find what you’re looking for with Snappy, with a newer version of NC Mail, or elsewhere. And I hope your weekend gets better from here onward.