In this release we’ve added the option to make MailHog accessible without using a SSH Tunnel. This can be done by creating a vhost with
hypernode-manage-vhosts and adding a
If HMV (Hypernode Managed Vhosts) is enabled on your Hypernode, you can easily create a vhost for MailHog by using the command below which also enables Basic Authentication.
hypernode-manage-vhosts mailhog.example.hypernode.io --https --force-https --type mailhog
After you’ve whitelisted your IP-address in
~/nginx/mailhog.example.hypernode.io/server.basicauth.conf, MailHog will be accessible through https://mailhog.example.hypernode.io
Check our Mailhog support documentation for more information.