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    Jürgen Hörmann commented  · 

    Did you see http://support.manictime.com/knowledgebase/articles/1880923-using-https-with-manictime-server-on-linux-revers?

    Managing Let's Encrypt is more a job for your web hosting panel. You can easily run manictime server behind an Apache or Nginx proxy server.

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    Jürgen Hörmann commented  · 

    This is already possible with a normal webserver like Apache or Nginx. It is documented here: http://support.manictime.com/knowledgebase/articles/1880923-using-https-with-manictime-server-on-linux-revers

    I'm using it and it is working great.

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    Jürgen Hörmann commented  · 

    For all Linux / Mac users it would be a great benefit if the server would be able to automatically tag time based on rules.

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