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Hey guys I know I had a thread going yesterday but here is a new one. So yesterday I tried passbolt on docker, and bare Debian 11. In both cases I was completely unable to send SMTP. Test emails work great but as far as verifying people it is no good. Today I booted it up in rocky linux, honestly the smoothest installation yet and I am a big fan of RHEL so this was right up my alley. However I have the same damn issue with SMTP. I have gone through just about everything at this point, any basic troubleshooting has been completed. The only thing that I can imagine is that when sending via test email it is accepting your inputs and making that smtp query therefore it works flawlessly, however whenever it is saved it has got to be stored somewhere incorrectly or inaccessible. This seems to be a frequent issue amongst others as well so what gives? Any input would be greatly appreciated, could I even go as far as to disable SMTP verification? Would it be an option to be solely reliant on Pass + TOTP?
It doesnt make sense just trying to figure out what is different. I cant even send a verify to the email that it is coming from, yet the test emails work great. So what would be the difference here that is leading to the verify to be labeled as spam? The links by chance? Also in this case it is showing in the db as sent 0. It isnt even making it to spam, it is not sending at all. Additionally I already have dkim and spf configured.
Here is an example of my test emails getting through great no problem. Functions sending to Titan, Gmail, Yahoo, Outlook, and ZOHO. 0 problems. but verification or new user emails all return 550 no matter what.