a self-hosted, simple and fast disposable mail service that works directly with your imap server. No database required.
How it works
You need a domain with catch-all-mailbox and an imap account.
Your run the void-mail nodejs application on your own server. It will automatically load all mails from the imap server.
When the user opens the void-mail web application, he/she can read the mails corresponding to a specific address.
- Push-Notification on new emails.
- Mail presentation are sanitized to avoid tracking.
- In-Memory cache for very fast mail access.
- No database required! You just need a catch-all-mailbox imap server.
- Deletes emails older than X days.
These are all set as environment variables. They are loaded in config.js
|DOMAIN||String||The domain part after the @, where your receive emails. (e.g.
|IMAP_SERVER||String||The imap server address. (e.g.
|IMAP_USER||String||The username used to sign into the imap server.|
|IMAP_PASSWORD||String||The password used to sign into the imap server.|
|IMAP_REFRESH_INTERVAL_SECONDS||Integer||How often to check for new messages on the imap server. (default:
|PORT||Integer||On which port to run the http interface. (default:
|DELETE_MAILS_OLDER_THAN_DAYS||Integer||How many days to to wait before deleting messages. (default:
|DEBUG||String||Enable debug logging with value
This mostly works, but some things need to be done:
- create unit/integration tests
- support multiple domains
- support delete
- reduce code base, if possible
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