Cloudron 1.1.0 released
We are happy to announce the release of Cloudron 1.1.0.
For those unaware, Cloudron is a platform that makes it easy to run apps on your server and keep them up-to-date.
A catch-all mailbox is one that will "catch all" of the emails addressed to a domain that do not exist in the mail server. Configuring a catch-all address can help avoid losing emails due to misspelling.
You can select one or more user mailboxes as the "catch all" in the Email section. Note that if you do not select any mailbox (the default), Cloudron will send a bounce.
Prior to this release, Cloudron required a top-level domain like
example.co.uk for installation. In this release, we have made it possible to install Cloudron on subdomains like
cloudron.co.uk. Once installed, the Cloudron admin page and apps will be available in subdomains like before.
The specific use case we have designed this for is for enterprises that want to host cloudrons for their customers under a single parent domain. Several of our enterprise users are using this feature to host Cloudrons like
customer2.company.com and so on.
This change also allows for setups where the subdomain has a different nameserver than the top-level domain. This can be done by passing a
zone query parameter during the initial dns setup.