Application/Server to save and rebroadcast messages?

Hopefully the title makes sense. Since the last updates, I’ve found my T-Beams to be even cooler than when I bought them. The WiFi is working great, the WebUI is great and they are very stable

What I am missing though is the ability to actually see messages if they come in. It seems I have to have the WebUI up and active for the messages to show up. If the WebUI is closed, and then I open it, I don’t see past messages

It would be very cool if I could host some kind of application at home that connects over the network to the T-Beam and then is able to save the messages and possibly re-broadcast them to Signal, or something. Or even just E-Mail/SMTP , so I know someone is trying to get in contact with me

Does anyone else think this is a good idea? Any other solutions?

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There i a store and forward module in development for delivering messages, mqtt can already be used to send mesh data over the internet.

I am using iobroker to mirrow my meshtasticnode to my Telegramm Account.

Node - > Mqtt - > Iobroker - > Telegramm


You can do things like with our project. We haven’t tested it with the Signal & Email Matrix bridges yet, but they are available. If you do try any of those configurations out, we’d be interested in hearing the results.

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OOh Wow! :slight_smile: I really wish I had the time to dive into this stuff. I cant wait for these things to come “built in”, if that is even on the drawing board.

S&F and MQTT support are built-in, you just need to configure to your setup. For MQTT there’s some tutorials in the docs as well as a post here somewhere. S&F is still a little experimental but there’s info on it in the docs as well.