Everything is configured with a single docker-compose, read about it here: https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=11748036
> What is it if anything that happens if my internet cuts
> out at my home,
> should I instead use some sort of hosting provider
> for my mail server?
Mail was written to be resilient against network downtime.
The sender MUST delay retrying a particular destination after one
attempt has failed. In general, the retry interval SHOULD be at
least 30 minutes; however, more sophisticated and variable strategies
will be beneficial when the SMTP client can determine the reason for
Retries continue until the message is transmitted or the sender gives
up; the give-up time generally needs to be at least 4-5 days. It MAY
be appropriate to set a shorter maximum number of retries for non-
delivery notifications and equivalent error messages than for
standard messages. The parameters to the retry algorithm MUST be
Thanks though, I learned something :)
Regardless of what we call it - the sender would get a copy back with a message not containing the word 'bounce' that says it failed to send, right?
It has a decent web admin panel built-in to the box and also a copy of RoundCube Webmail. It'll even automatically set-up LetsEncrypt SSL for you.
You might want to set-up rainloop manually though because RoundCube isn't the best.