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http.mailout
Plugin

mailout - a SMTP client email middleware with PGP encryption. Post form data from your website to your defined endpoint and receive the posted data as nicely formatted or even encrypted email.

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Examples

Minimal configuration with PGP support
mailout /mailout { maillog /var/log/caddy/mailout/ errorlog /var/log/caddy/mailout/ cyr1ll@5chumach3r.fm https://keybase.io/cyrill/key.asc to cyr1ll@5chumach3r.fm subject "Private Blog Contact Form" body /var/www/webspace.com/email.txt username "what_ever_your_username_is@gmail.com" password "NowW3Hav3Th35alad" host smtp.gmail.com port 587 ratelimit_interval 24h ratelimit_capacity 100 }

A full working example which sends the PGP encrypted emails via GMail. The public PGP key for the receiver email address (cyr1ll@5chumach3r.fm) gets loaded from keybase.io. For more details please have a look on the project homepage.

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Plugin Author: Cyrill Schumacher
Last Updated: 25 Mar 2017, 4:25 PM
This plugin is independent of the Caddy project and is not endorsed or maintained by Caddy developers. Use at your own risk. Do not file issues for this plugin on Caddy's bug tracker.