We have a reply-by-email feature for our forum that uses Cloudmailin. Sometimes the app gets caught in an infinite loop due to auto-responders. We set the "Auto-submitted" header on our outgoing emails and check for it on incoming ones, but some other mail clients don't set things correctly.
It would be nice if Cloudmailin could analyze emails to see if an incoming email is from an autoresponder. Maybe you guys can do a better job of identifying that than I can.9 votes
I know attachments can be sent to an s3 store, but if instead of posting the mail message to an url endpoint it could be sent to another S3 bucket, I could then implement my own processing queue in AWS by using S3 buckets events.
Ideally this S3 bucket should be different from the attachment S3 bucket to avoid contaminating the event queue.2 votes
This has actually been planned for a while now. We’re looking at the options for providing this, however we’ve decided that the URL should still be contacted in any case as without the HTTP POST things can get a little complex.
We will reach out via email to discuss this further.
Similar to the change you made for the accounts page, for me, the @cloudmailin email address shown on the email reports are of less value than the custom domain setup. Any way to have that reported for the email reports?3 votes
On the .../addresses/id management page the top addresses (namely the target) is truncated and there is no hoverover tooltip.1 vote
It is currently possible to change the target of delivery. So that you know where delivery was attempted the target should be shown if required in the delivery status4 votes
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