I've finally switched my personal mail server to Migadu
@sir check your spam filters more often; I like their service but their spam filters are *very* aggressive
@0orpheus the agressiveness is configurable
@sir Right, and I have it down at the lowest setting (while it's still on) and I'll still have it block messages even from other migadu users. I suppose I could turn it off entirely, but until they expose Sieve filtering I'd rather have at least some.
@0orpheus looks like seive filtering is there, you have to explicitly enable it in the admin thingy
@sir I do have it enabled, I just don't see any way to actually manage it. One of these days I mean to contact support about it but early fall is always too busy for me
@0orpheus you need to do it over IMAP. Claws mail has a managesieve plugin, for example
@sir Interesting! Looking into I see what you mean. I retract my complaint, I guess I was too used to using .sieve files or a web interface
@sir Also switched to them a couple months ago after running my own mailserver for a couple years.
I'm curious what was your reasoning for the switch?
@bn4t I was tired of maintaining my own mail server
@sir I discovered them thanks to your article about email providers. Very happy with the service... Thanks for the recommendation!
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