A tool to send regular reminders, e.g. to the System Hackers to review documentation
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README.md

Reminder Mails

Build Status reuse compliant

This program sends periodic mails which can be defined by easy mail templates. The interval for each mail can be defined in cron style. Sending works by using msmtp.

Install

This repository is meant to be installed using Ansible, Docker, and Drone CI. It is based on a Debian9 Docker image and automatically installs all necessary dependencies and applications. Docker logs will enable you to debug issues.

Help

  • Information about msmtp configuration: Link
  • Information about cron: Link
  • crontab.guru can help creating advanced intervals
  • Information about Docker: Link
  • Information about Drone: Link
  • Information about Ansible: Link

License

This program is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.

The program in this repository meet the requirements to be REUSE compliant, meaning its license and copyright is expressed in such as way so that it can be read by both humans and computers alike.

For more information, see https://reuse.software/