Simple, modern & fast web-based email client.
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README.md

RainLoop webmail client

RainLoop is a Simple, modern & fast web-based email client.

Run the container

There are two ways of running the container, it could be either using the Docker Compose or a classic docker command.

Docker Compose way

docker-compose up webmail

Classic way

docker run -d --name webmail -p 80:8080/tcp -v rainloop_data:/opt/rainloop/data andrey01/rainloop

Accessing the container

First, access the RainLoop admin page in order to set the admin password, your domains and configure the rest.

The default user is admin and a password is 12345

RainLoop admin page

http://hostip/?admin

Stopping the container

Docker Compose way

docker-compose stop webmail

Classic way

docker stop webmail

Building the image

If you wish, you can build the image by yourself.

docker build -t andrey01/rainloop .

Additional notes

The persistent data will be kept in the rainloop_data Docker’s volume. So before you delete it, keep in mind that you may want to back it up at the first.