At Hanami, we move fast and focus more on the email forwarding side to make our core feature which is email forwarding super fast and amazing. Due to the size of our team, we didn't have time to focus on the accounting aspect of the site. For awhile, we didn't have the ability to view invoices directly in the dashboard. We usually email the receipt to our user but they cannot view it in dashboard. We now support exactly that so our customers can view/download/print their invoices . Head over to hanami dashboard to see your invoice
We already supported bulk import but if user has many domains, we don't have a way to do batch delete yet. Our users have to rely on the API to delete domains. We hear you, and add ability to do batch delete domains right from our UI
We made maillog way faster like 10x faster. No longer have to wait a few seconds. it should load immediately
Big day for our API users. We address a pain point of customers with lots of email and have to manually delete them one by one. We made this easiser for you now with a single API call to remove domains from your account.
Big Release for users that leverage our maillog/inbox. We make it faster, easiser, and better.
Big release. We supports API to manage alias now so you can dynamically provision an Inbox. Head to our api docs for detail. Web Reply are available to pro/business user now.
We rolled out MFA to protect your account with another layer of security. Head to your profile > Security > Enable MFA to activate this feature.
We release our first API endpoint. You can now literally fetch your email with a REST API using `curl` :-)
We release Inbox, a place to view maillog for all of your domains.
Fine grain control of log level on maillog. You now can chooese what to log: meta data, subject and body of email. Refer to our email forwarding log
We release a small tools to help our customers check their DNS record(MX/SPF easier). We plan to release more of those small utils for free. This helps to check DNS to make sure email forwarding is properly setup.
We roll out Emoji domains a few days ago and at first we have to use punycode to enter. That's fixed now. Long live emoji. Now you can forward email from emoji domain.
Consistenly order alias chronologically to help customer with a lot of alias sort through them easier
Improve webhook integration.
Add DKIM Signing for SMTP
SMTP server is release. Our user can send out email using hanami smtp server for faster delivery and get rid of the ugly "Via hanami.run" text in gmail.
Emails are hard. An email can be plain text, html, utf8, base64, multile parts, each part with different encoding...That's why we're to serve you :-).
We release a free service to show of our webhook feature at pix.fastloop.xyz. Give it a try and let us know what you think.
Added email notification to let us know once a domain is ready. MX records usually have high TTL and take a bit long for DNS propagation to be done. We added an email notification to let our customers know once a domain is ready in order to save them a round trip to our dashboard to check on the domain status.
A few beta testers love webhook. Before this, every email triggers webhooks but a few users said they only wanted to fire webhooks for a specific email address. So we added that. We can filter out what email will hit webhook. Try it out and let us know how you think.
At Hanami, we think email should be fun. Thus we introduced webhook feature. Every time we receive an email, we parse the email into a nice JSON document, and post to your webhook HTTP endpoins. What can you do with it? Well, how about "Sending an email to turn on your light?". Not a practical usage, but hey, it's fun. Let us know what you come up with for webhook usage. For us, we are using this webhook to power a comment system which we will soon release to the world.
This is where we start adding changelog. However, our system has been used since November 2020. This is because we gotta start from somewhere, and when we started building this, we focused on other aspects and didn’t have time for changelog.