Internal services

Fingerprint and keys

IMPORTANT! Please check fingerprints and keys before connecting to any internal service.

Reading mail

You can use POP3 or IMAP4 to read mail.

IMAP Subfolders should use "/" as a separator. Preferably folders should be stored alongside INBOX, not in INBOX. See below under Filtering.

Push mail with IMAP IDLE and server-side search is supported.

Specifics:

To see if you connect to the right server, see keys.

Note that even if you have SSH access to our shell box and use Alpine or Mutt you still need to use IMAP.

Sending mail

To send mail, use ESMTP with STARTTLS or SSL.

To see if you connect to the right server, see keys.

Filtering mail

Postfix names

We support postfix names on your e-mail address. You can add +whatever to your address. An address such as foo+bar@example.com will be delivered to foo@example.com. This might help when filtering incoming messages.

Sieve filtering language

We support the Sieve mail filtering language and the ManageSieve protocol to manage the filters.

Specifics:

Some mail clients has ManageSieve functionality either built in or as a plugin.

Please store your folders alongside INBOX not under INBOX, that is:

and not

Chat

We run an openly federated XMPP server. Your clients should be able to find the server automatically, but see keys for fingerprints of the certificate.

You need an account created specifically for XMPP. Contact MC.

Shell

Use shellbox.hack.org for generic shell use, IRC clients, et cetera. SSH fingerprints in keys.

Web pages

Everything under public_www in your home directory on shellbox will show up at http://hack.org/<your-username>/ in 15 minutes.


Last updated: <2015-10-11 15:32:57 CEST>