The way I use mailcow, I have my MAILCOW_HOSTNAME set to my public IP address where the instance receives mail, but I only open up enough firewall ports to receive mail. I have a hostname in my ADDITIONAL_SAN entry that resolves to an internal IP address, and I access the admin interface, webmail, imap etc. over a VPN.
I receive messages from Mailcow with the subject “Spam Quarantine Notification” which are extremely useful for me to train the spam classifier. These e-mails have two links for each suspected SPAM message - under the “Actions” column, “Release to inbox” and “delete”. The target of these links is “https://MAILCOW_HOSTNAME”, which I can’t click on because my MAILCOW_HOSTNAME does not pass traffic for port 443.
Is it possible, or is there a configuration setting that would allow me to customize the domain name for these links? For example if I click one of them and edit the URL, replacing the MAILCOW_HOSTNAME value for the one in my ADDITIONAL_SAN, the link works as expected.
I looked through the docs but didn’t find anything related to the queue manager. Just as happy for someone to point me in the right direction as provide an answer.
Thanks, I love this project and it’s a lot of fun being the supreme ruler of my various e-mail domains!!