mailto.wiki - Send Emails to Confluence
Receive and store emails like meeting notes, (automated) reports and newsletters in Confluence
Send Emails to your Confluence instance
Once you have registered one or more @mailto.wiki addresses, you can send them the content you want to add to your Confluence instance. Each email you send to your @mailto.wiki address leads to a new page or blog-post.
Define where your content should be added
By using "Space-Rules" you have fine-grained control over which content belongs to which space. For example, the first rule in the picture above leads to a new blog-post in your Meetings space for each incoming email.
Decide how we format your content
To keep things consistent across all your pages and blog-posts, you can decide how we should format a new page or blog-post that is created based on an incoming email.
🛠 First Steps
To use mailto.wiki you need to follow a few steps (detailed article).
- Go to the configuration page of the add-on.
- Register an email address.
- Set a default space for incoming emails.
- Adding Attachments: You can add email attachments that will be uploaded to your pages.
- Sender-Whitelist: Define sender-suffixes that can send emails to your addresses. All other senders will be blocked.
- Content-Type evaluation: Specify whether you want email attachments added to your pages in general and if so which Content-Types should be allowed.
- Spam filtering: Our Email server is running anti-spam services to prevent spam-content from being posted to Confluence.
- Virus screening: Our Email server is running virus screening services to prevent malicious attachments from being posted to Confluence.
- Data ownership: Sensitive data is stored within your Confluence instance and not on our servers.
- Data encryption: Data sent between Confluence and our services is fully encrypted.
Privacy and security
mailto.wiki - Send Emails to Confluence integrates with your Atlassian product. This remote service can:
- Act on a user's behalf, even when the user is offline
- Administer the host application
- Administer Confluence spaces
- Delete data from the host application