No-cost RHEL for small production workloads

You might have heard the rumor that Redhat had basically killed the Centos product line as we knew it in last December: https://blog.centos.org/2020/12/future-is-centos-stream/ This caused a massive disturbance in the Centos users’ community, see https://arstechnica.com/gadgets/2020/12/centos-shifts-from-red-hat-unbranded-to-red-hat-beta/  for more on the topic. So Redhat in a response…

Searching in the GUI

This is the second part of our tutorial for end users how to use the free style search form in the piler GUI. The video covers several examples how to get the emails you want from the archive. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4sobGxL_tMA Part 1: Introduction and the basic…

Introduction to the piler GUI

Just made a short introduction video for end users how to use the piler GUI with a browser. It covers the following topics login elements of the search window basic features restore, download messages apply tags and notes user preferences help menu https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HUJ9ufBxU_Y Part 2:…

Import over the GUI

Starting from version 1.5.0, it’s possible to import emails from IMAP accounts over the GUI. The first step is to enable the import menu in the GUI. Set the following in /etc/piler/config-site.php: $config[‘ENABLE_IMPORT’] = 1; For multitenant installations you may enable it selectively for certain…

SMTP ACL list

By default the piler-smtp server receives emails from any sources, and it may be a challenge to get rid of spammers accessing port 25. You may have several options to achieve that, eg. use iptables or a network firewall to restrict smtp access to the…