I have the Rainloop app installed in my Yunohost instance. (domain.tld)
I installed Rainloop at the root of a subdomain. (mail.domain.tld)
My email is email@example.com
When I type in my browser mail.domain.tld, or when I click on the Rainloop icon from my Yunohost home page, Rainloop opens the acount firstname.lastname@example.org, which is very annoying because I need to change to my real acount email@example.com before beeing able to receive / send any email.
When I go to the administration panel of Rainloop, I can’t delete the default acount firstname.lastname@example.org.
I tried to edit /var/www/rainloop/app/data/data/default/configs/application.ini and change the default acount but it doesn’t work.
Has anybody experienced the same problem?
Thanks in advance for your help!
The way I do it is to add domain.TLD (like gmail.com) to my yunohost (but keep the dns as it is, do not redirect anything).
Then set your mail@domain.TLD as default in yunohost, and I think it will be ok (perhaps you’ll need to reinstall rainloop)
Here is my configuration :
On the administration panel > users > myusername, I can see
E-mail : email@example.com
This is my default e-mail for the user myusername.
Those are “additional emails”
On the administration panel > domains, I can see
(actually it’s my default domain)
(the domain where Rainloop is installed, at the root
I think that this corresponds to what you are describing, yet I still have the same problem. Any idea ?