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G Suite legacy free edition accounts being suspended on July 1, 2022
4 projects | reddit.com/r/gsuite | 19 Jan 2022
It's a pain in the ass right now. Original I come up with the domain hanami.run because I explained here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O1p2crPpFIc I feel like wind blow flowers where Hanami blow out emails.
Ask HN: Those making $500/month on side projects in 2021 – Show and tell
13 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 23 Dec 2021
IP for mail server
1 project | reddit.com/r/hetzner | 22 Nov 2021
I run an email forwarding services (https://hanami.run if you want to check it out) and I can share some info:
Ask HN: Great tools for solo SaaS founders?
5 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 21 Nov 2021
I found https://hanami.run (soon to be mailwip.com due to name conflict with hanamirb.org) to setup email forwarding and a simple blog platform by "email to post" and webhook.
Use it you can consolidate emails from multiple domains to forward to the same inbox. And you can add webhook/slack notification too.
Truth about ProtonMail
4 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 3 Nov 2021
I think we all know encryption in term of emails is hard to read. Take encryption.Example, when an email failed to deliver and sit in retry queue, where is it on? on Redis, on disk? Is it encrypted or now? If it's encrypted how the search works?
One thing that I really appreciate is that I can reach ProtonMail support to asked why they flagged my email as spam.
I build an email forwarding service https://hanami.run and when we first rolled out I reached out to them, they explain to me my entire email looks good and problem is probably by the age of domains. A few weeks later our emails are no longer flagged as spam. I couldn't get that kind of support from gmail or outlook.
They also maintain https://github.com/openpgpjs/openpgpjs so I think ProtonMail still deserve some credits4 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 3 Nov 2021
You can look into mine (https://hanami.run) very fast to sign up and have a few cool features about webhook or smtp.
Also, improvmx.com is a great product as well.
If you like open source, https://maddy.email/ is a single binary deployment that can handle everything even IMAP.
https://mailcow.github.io/mailcow-dockerized-docs/ is a dockerize solution with super detail document as well.
How to Create a SaaS and Compete with the Big Players as a Solo Founder
1 project | news.ycombinator.com | 19 Oct 2021
If you want to compete with the big players, you have to solve the most important pain point and work upward from that small use base.
My case: I work on https://hanami.run (will soon move to https://mailwip.com due to hanamirb.org conflict) and email forwarding is very competitive. Big and old players are all over the place because at the end of day, setting up email forwarding isn't hard and many open source project did it, heck you can spin up AWS lambda for incoming email in no time.
The pain point is: email will drop sometime, time to time no matter how good an email forwarding service is because they have to scan spam, have false positive, or because of strict DMARC/SPF rule. And I have no tools available to help me out there. So I focus strongly on my maillog features with many level of privacy:
- no log at all
Ask HN: Solo-preneurs, how do you DevOps to save time?
20 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 12 Oct 2021
- docker-compose to spin up everything. It's super nice. Again, the deployment is done with a `rsync` then `docker-compose up -f docker-compose-prod.yml`
Eventually when deployment changes very frequent and need scale/ha I added in Kubernetes. K8S is way easiser to setup than you think and it handle all other suff(load balancer, environment variable etc).
And my deploy now become: `kubectl apply -f`
One trick I used is to use `sed` or `envsubst` to replace the image hash.
For backedup, I again, literally setup cronjob from an external server, `ssh` into database and run `pgdump`.
I also have a nice NFS server to centralize config and sync back to our git repo.
I used this whole setup to operate https://hanami.run an email forwarding service for the first 3 months before I added Kubernetes.
When users never use the features they asked for
2 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 29 Sep 2021
So I want to share a story about user asking for a feature then not using it.
I run an email forwarding services(https://hanami.run) basically you add your domains in and add some records.
We had this one heavy users who has like hundreds of domains. So our UI isn't design for that. Who has hundreds of domains? So they approach and asked us for a way to organize those domains into a hierarchy structure.
They are paid our highest tier ($30 per month) so we prioritize the requests and work on it.
2 days later that same user downgrade to the lowest plan and delete all of their hundred of domains...
That complicated features remain unused to nowadays...
Easily creating and routing email addresses with Cloudflare Email Routing
2 projects | reddit.com/r/CloudFlare | 29 Sep 2021
another email forward hanami.run supports regex matching2 projects | reddit.com/r/CloudFlare | 29 Sep 2021
I used hanami.run and they support that. A catch-all then an explicitly deny rule to disable certain address.
Is it possible to setup email forwarding from a domain brought from Wix
1 project | reddit.com/r/WIX | 28 Sep 2021
Wix doesn't have built-in email forwarding but you can use any email forwarding service. Look into hanami.run and simply follow their onboarding process to add your MX record. https://hanami.run/docs/configure_dns#mx
Intuit to Acquire Mailchimp for $12b
3 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 13 Sep 2021
I run an email forwarding services https://hanami.run so I can share quite a bit about this.
Oppose with what many said, delivery to gmail.com is easisest. Now, where it's land is another question. Their spam filtering also very quick to learn.
icloud and hotmail are the worst because no way to get unblocked. You just fill in the form and wait in the dark. If you got luckly enough, they work on your ticket and unblock the ip. And here is the thing, they outright reject connection so your email cannot event reach the spam inbox.
So when launch a new IP, you should check on https://ipcheck.proofpoint.com and https://sendersupport.olc.protection.outlook.com/snds/data.a...
Any host providers that are cheap are most liklely has their IP blocked by proofpoint or microsoft already.
My strategy was to use server on Hetzner, then try to buy float IP then I can attach to any server. I have to try like 40 before I was able to get a pair of IP that aren't blocked by proofpoint/outlook.
Then I tried to warm up and build reputation by having a bunch of inbox email each others like 100 email per day then up to 1000 email per day.
Even with that I got blocked by proofpoint for no reason time by time...
So it's hard but with right strategy you can still do it. Just take more time and plan to build up and keep good reputation of your IPs.
Upcoming AmA (with goodies!): "We bootstrapped Crisp.chat as a 2-person team to $1M ARR. We are now at $4M ARR, into a so-called ‘crowded market’. AmA!”
1 project | reddit.com/r/SaaS | 4 Sep 2021
Fun fact: I was just signing up for hanami.run, used Crisp to receive customer support, and this was the first link I saw when going on reddit today. Coincidence?
Ask HN: Companies of one, what is your tech stack (2021)?
27 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 25 Aug 2021
https://hanami.run email forwarding services with webhook, smtp, disposable emails
- Ruby/ for webapp and user facing service: very quick to get the feature out, easiser to work with HTML, database access. Being a one man shop, I have to develop fast
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