I second this, would love to be able to use my self-hosted installation of AnonAddy.
I was hyped by the SimpleLogin integration announcement until I learned that
- No custom app url, so does not work for selfhosted instances, and
- generated email addresses in Bitwarden don’t use your custom settings; ie, in SimpleLogin, when I generate an email it is [email protected]. Would be great if either this setting was added or if Bitwarden was able to get those settings from the api (this I doubt)
Thanks everyone, I’ve passed the feedback along to the team
Hi. I am using SimpleLogin and my bitwarden Chrome extension is correctly generating aliases with my custom domain but I had to change the default domain for aliases in the SimpleLogin settings.
Only problem I have with the Chrome extension is that it seems to use the domain name of my bitwarden selfhosted server to generate the alias (so I got someting like [email protected]) instead of the domain of the opened webpage.
Agreed, I added this several weeks ago. Custom forwarded e-mail alias URL
I guess you worded it better than I.
Can I request similar functionality for self-hosted/custom domain AnonAddy instances? Or should I file a separate feature request?
Hey @bingh0 I’ve updated this title to be inclusive of all forwarded email alias integrations.
I second this feature, as I would like to integrate this with my Mailcow server.
I am imagining a simple configuration interface that allows for adding a custom URL that will get POSTed to with the desired username once a new alias needs to be generated. That way, with a simple wrapper script, every application can easily be integrated. Bonus points if you’re able to configure the POST body or auth headers.
Adding my support for this.
For each supported paid hosted service which has a self hosting option, it should also be supported.
Yes, please add a field in settings to add the URL of self-hosted SimpleLogin integration.
Hey @Ghost thanks for checking in, no specific ETA yet on this one, we will be sure to share information as it becomes available