mailto.wiki - Send Emails to Confluence

for Confluence Cloud, Confluence Server 7.4.0 - 7.15.0, Confluence Data Center 7.4.0 - 7.15.0 and more
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Receive and store emails like meeting notes, (automated) reports and newsletters in Confluence

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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.

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🛠 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.

✨ Features

  • 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

Privacy policy

Atlassian's privacy policy is not applicable to the use of this app. Please refer to the privacy policy provided by this app's vendor.

Vendor privacy policy

Security

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Integration Details

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

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