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Forge partnerships with personal cloud projects #1126

BjarniRunar opened this Issue Nov 28, 2014 · 7 comments


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BjarniRunar commented Nov 28, 2014

There are numerous projects out there, aiming to provide general consumers with personal servers or "personal clouds" that will help them be more independent and private online. Mailpile should work with these projects both on technical and potentially business fronts, as their goals are strongly aligned with ours and the technology complementary.

Here are a few services or platforms that we consider "personal clouds":


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ithinkihaveacat commented Jun 1, 2015

I assume is one personal cloud system that might be considered. Are there any others?


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ColinMaudry commented Jun 1, 2015

I also know Owncloud and CozyCloud, both open source. Then you have proprietary NAS vendors such as Synology and Thecus, but I'm not sure installing Mailpile on top of proprietary software is relevant :)


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tryangle commented Jun 1, 2015

I deploy small "cloud-in-a-box" personal business setups using SmartOS from
the joyent family. I'm excited to weave mailpile into these deployments
when applicable.

On Monday, June 1, 2015, Colin Maudry wrote:

I also know Owncloud and CozyCloud

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3615pipou commented Jan 4, 2016

There is also Yunohost !


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marxistvegan commented May 18, 2016

Freedombox, though that is debian specific and may require getting this packaged in debian repos, but certainly good place to consider


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pmichard commented Feb 5, 2017

Don't forget seafile. It's not an entire private cloud solution (no contacts, no calender) but it's a very robust and very fast cloud file server software based on git and also written in python afaik. It's more like the unix philosophy "do one thing and do it well".


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forteco commented Nov 8, 2017 I love "Mail in a box". What I like is that it helps with SSL certificates; it alerts if one is on a spamlist, it alerts if there is some kind of mis-configuration in the dns entries, etc. It alerts in case outbound SMTP port is blocked. ETC ETC.

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