ProtonMail Linux Bridge with headless server support
It would be very useful to be able to configure the Protonmail bridge through the terminal so that it can be integrated into other systems such as Nextcloud
if using ansible is an option for you, I've created a role that does exactly this: https://github.com/moismailzai/ansible-role-protonmail-bridge-headless
[Deleted User] commented
The solutions may be good but they are not officially supported by Protonmail
Andrew S. commented
I need this (to send registration and password-change confirmation emails to my customers), and although it looks like it will be possible, the documentation is scattered. A helpful Proton Support person yesterday pointed me these two resources, and indeed the proton-bridge build from the git clone was very easy. I've yet to actually test it... What we're trying to do is not officially supported.
Again, these two links are courtesy of official Proton support as of yesterday; I don't use docker or CentOS, personally, but it's going to help nevertheless:
José Ferreira commented
On Linux you can already run `protonmail-bridge --no-window` to initialize the bridge headless. You can also compile the program without any GUI or use third party bridge programs that work with protonmail, so I would consider this feature as already implemented.