~singpolyma/cheogram-smtp

XMPP to SMTP bridge
jabber:iq:gateway working against my local Gajim
vcard-temp for the gateway
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https://git.sr.ht/~singpolyma/cheogram-smtp
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git@git.sr.ht:~singpolyma/cheogram-smtp

You can also use your local clone with git send-email.

This is an XMPP to SMTP bridge. Very pre-release and not at all done.

#Main Instance

If you want to use this, you should probably use the instance at smtp.cheogram.com

#Installing

If you want to install this yourself, you may compile from source or grab binaries from CI: https://builds.sr.ht/~singpolyma/cheogram-smtp

The gateway binary must run all the time as an XEP-0114 component. Usage:

./gateway component.hostname xmpp.server.hostname xep0114-port xep0114-secret /path/to/sendmail jid@of.incoming-email

The incoming-email binary expects emails on STDIN and sends them over XMPP to the gateway. Usage:

./incoming-email jid@of.incoming-email password component.hostname recipient1@of.email ... < email

#Getting Help

If you have any questions about this library, or wish to report a bug, please send email to: dev@singpolyma.net

#Contributing

If you have code or patches you wish to contribute, the maintainer's preferred mechanism is a git pull request. Push your changes to a git repository somewhere, for example:

git remote rename origin upstream
git remote add origin git@git.sr.ht:~yourname/dhall-ruby
git push -u origin master

Then generate the pull request:

git fetch upstream master
git request-pull -p upstream/master origin

And copy-paste the result into a plain-text email to: dev@singpolyma.net

You may alternately use a patch-based approach as described on https://git-send-email.io

Contributions follow an inbound=outbound model -- you (or your employer) keep all copyright on your patches, but agree to license them according to this project's COPYING file.