Open, interoperable, decentralised real-time communication – reference Matrix homeserver
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# Homeserver details
# The address that this appservice can use to connect to the homeserver.
address: {{ env "HOMESERVER_URL" }}
# The domain of the homeserver (for MXIDs, etc).
domain: {{ env "HOMESERVER_DOMAIN" }}
# Whether or not to verify the SSL certificate of the homeserver.
# Only applies if address starts with https://
verify_ssl: {{ env "VERIFY_SSL" }}
asmux: false
# Number of retries for all HTTP requests if the homeserver isn't reachable.
http_retry_count: 4
# The URL to push real-time bridge status to.
# If set, the bridge will make POST requests to this URL whenever a user's Telegram connection state changes.
# The bridge will use the appservice as_token to authorize requests.
status_endpoint: null
# Endpoint for reporting per-message status.
message_send_checkpoint_endpoint: null
# Whether asynchronous uploads via MSC2246 should be enabled for media.
# Requires a media repo that supports MSC2246.
async_media: false
# Application service host/registration related details
# Changing these values requires regeneration of the registration.
# The address that the homeserver can use to connect to this appservice.
address: http://telegrambridge:29317
# When using https:// the TLS certificate and key files for the address.
tls_cert: false
tls_key: false
# The hostname and port where this appservice should listen.
port: 29317
# The maximum body size of appservice API requests (from the homeserver) in mebibytes
# Usually 1 is enough, but on high-traffic bridges you might need to increase this to avoid 413s
max_body_size: 1
# The full URI to the database. SQLite and Postgres are supported.
# Format examples:
# SQLite: sqlite:///filename.db
# Postgres: postgres://username:password@hostname/dbname
database: postgres://telegrambridge:{{ secret "telegram_db_password" }}@telegramdb/telegrambridge
# Additional arguments for asyncpg.create_pool() or sqlite3.connect()
# For sqlite, min_size is used as the connection thread pool size and max_size is ignored.
min_size: 1
max_size: 10
# Public part of web server for out-of-Matrix interaction with the bridge.
# Used for things like login if the user wants to make sure the 2FA password isn't stored in
# the HS database.
# Whether or not the public-facing endpoints should be enabled.
enabled: false
# The prefix to use in the public-facing endpoints.
prefix: /public
# The base URL where the public-facing endpoints are available. The prefix is not added
# implicitly.
# Provisioning API part of the web server for automated portal creation and fetching information.
# Used by things like mautrix-manager (
# Whether or not the provisioning API should be enabled.
enabled: false
# The prefix to use in the provisioning API endpoints.
prefix: /_matrix/provision
# The shared secret to authorize users of the API.
# Set to "generate" to generate and save a new token.
shared_secret: generate
# The unique ID of this appservice.
id: {{ env "APP_SERVICE_ID" }}
# Username of the appservice bot.
bot_username: {{ env "APP_SERVICE_BOT_USERNAME" }}
# Display name and avatar for bot. Set to "remove" to remove display name/avatar, leave empty
# to leave display name/avatar as-is.
bot_displayname: {{ env "APP_SERVICE_DISPLAY_NAME" }}
bot_avatar: mxc://
# Whether or not to receive ephemeral events via appservice transactions.
# Requires MSC2409 support (i.e. Synapse 1.22+).
# You should disable bridge -> sync_with_custom_puppets when this is enabled.
ephemeral_events: false
# Authentication tokens for AS <-> HS communication. Autogenerated; do not modify.
as_token: "{{ secret "telegram_as_token" }}"
hs_token: "{{ secret "telegram_hs_token" }}"
# Prometheus telemetry config. Requires prometheus-client to be installed.
enabled: false
listen_port: 8000
# Manhole config.
# Whether or not opening the manhole is allowed.
enabled: false
# The path for the unix socket.
path: /var/tmp/mautrix-telegram.manhole
# The list of UIDs who can be added to the whitelist.
# If empty, any UIDs can be specified in the open-manhole command.
- 0
# Bridge config
# Localpart template of MXIDs for Telegram users.
# {userid} is replaced with the user ID of the Telegram user.
username_template: "telegram_{userid}"
# Localpart template of room aliases for Telegram portal rooms.
# {groupname} is replaced with the name part of the public channel/group invite link ({} )
alias_template: "telegram_{groupname}"
# Displayname template for Telegram users.
# {displayname} is replaced with the display name of the Telegram user.
displayname_template: "{displayname} (Telegram)"
# Set the preferred order of user identifiers which to use in the Matrix puppet display name.
# In the (hopefully unlikely) scenario that none of the given keys are found, the numeric user
# ID is used.
# If the bridge is working properly, a phone number or an username should always be known, but
# the other one can very well be empty.
# Valid keys:
# "full name" (First and/or last name)
# "full name reversed" (Last and/or first name)
# "first name"
# "last name"
# "username"
# "phone number"
- full name
- username
- phone number
# Maximum length of displayname
displayname_max_length: 100
# Remove avatars from Telegram ghost users when removed on Telegram. This is disabled by default
# as there's no way to determine whether an avatar is removed or just hidden from some users. If
# you're on a single-user instance, this should be safe to enable.
allow_avatar_remove: false
# Maximum number of members to sync per portal when starting up. Other members will be
# synced when they send messages. The maximum is 10000, after which the Telegram server
# will not send any more members.
# -1 means no limit (which means it's limited to 10000 by the server)
max_initial_member_sync: 100
# Whether or not to sync the member list in channels.
# If no channel admins have logged into the bridge, the bridge won't be able to sync the member
# list regardless of this setting.
sync_channel_members: true
# Whether or not to skip deleted members when syncing members.
skip_deleted_members: true
# Whether or not to automatically synchronize contacts and chats of Matrix users logged into
# their Telegram account at startup.
startup_sync: true
# Number of most recently active dialogs to check when syncing chats.
# Set to 0 to remove limit.
sync_update_limit: 0
# Number of most recently active dialogs to create portals for when syncing chats.
# Set to 0 to remove limit.
sync_create_limit: 30
# Whether or not to sync and create portals for direct chats at startup.
sync_direct_chats: false
# The maximum number of simultaneous Telegram deletions to handle.
# A large number of simultaneous redactions could put strain on your homeserver.
max_telegram_delete: 10
# Whether or not to automatically sync the Matrix room state (mostly unpuppeted displaynames)
# at startup and when creating a bridge.
sync_matrix_state: true
# Allow logging in within Matrix. If false, users can only log in using login-qr or the
# out-of-Matrix login website (see appservice.public config section)
allow_matrix_login: true
# Whether or not to bridge plaintext highlights.
# Only enable this if your displayname_template has some static part that the bridge can use to
# reliably identify what is a plaintext highlight.
plaintext_highlights: false
# Whether or not to make portals of publicly joinable channels/supergroups publicly joinable on Matrix.
public_portals: true
# Whether or not to use /sync to get presence, read receipts and typing notifications
# when double puppeting is enabled
sync_with_custom_puppets: true
# Whether or not to update the account data event when double puppeting is enabled.
# Note that updating the event is not atomic (except with mautrix-asmux)
# and is therefore prone to race conditions.
sync_direct_chat_list: false
# Servers to always allow double puppeting from
# Allow using double puppeting from any server with a valid client .well-known file.
double_puppet_allow_discovery: false
# Shared secrets for
# If set, custom puppets will be enabled automatically for local users
# instead of users having to find an access token and run `login-matrix`
# manually.
# If using this for other servers than the bridge's server,
# you must also set the URL in the double_puppet_server_map.
login_shared_secret_map: foobar
# Set to false to disable link previews in messages sent to Telegram.
telegram_link_preview: true
# Whether or not the !tg join command should do a HTTP request
# to resolve redirects in invite links.
invite_link_resolve: false
# Use inline images instead of a separate message for the caption.
# N.B. Inline images are not supported on all clients (e.g. Element iOS/Android).
inline_images: false
# Maximum size of image in megabytes before sending to Telegram as a document.
image_as_file_size: 10
# Maximum number of pixels in an image before sending to Telegram as a document. Defaults to 1280x1280 = 1638400.
image_as_file_pixels: 1638400
# Enable experimental parallel file transfer, which makes uploads/downloads much faster by
# streaming from/to Matrix and using many connections for Telegram.
# Note that generating HQ thumbnails for videos is not possible with streamed transfers.
# This option uses internal Telethon implementation details and may break with minor updates.
parallel_file_transfer: false
# Whether or not created rooms should have federation enabled.
# If false, created portal rooms will never be federated.
federate_rooms: true
# Settings for converting animated stickers.
# Format to which animated stickers should be converted.
# disable - No conversion, send as-is (gzipped lottie)
# png - converts to non-animated png (fastest),
# gif - converts to animated gif
# webm - converts to webm video, requires ffmpeg executable with vp9 codec and webm container support
target: gif
# Arguments for converter. All converters take width and height.
width: 256
height: 256
fps: 25 # only for webm and gif (2, 5, 10, 20 or 25 recommended)
# End-to-bridge encryption support options.
# See for more info.
# Allow encryption, work in group chat rooms with e2ee enabled
allow: {{ env "ENABLE_ENCRYPTION" }}
# Default to encryption, force-enable encryption in all portals the bridge creates
# This will cause the bridge bot to be in private chats for the encryption to work properly.
default: false
# Database for the encryption data. If set to `default`, will use the appservice database.
database: default
# Options for automatic key sharing.
# Enable key sharing? If enabled, key requests for rooms where users are in will be fulfilled.
# You must use a client that supports requesting keys from other users to use this feature.
allow: false
# Require the requesting device to have a valid cross-signing signature?
# This doesn't require that the bridge has verified the device, only that the user has verified it.
# Not yet implemented.
require_cross_signing: false
# Require devices to be verified by the bridge?
# Verification by the bridge is not yet implemented.
require_verification: false
# Whether or not to explicitly set the avatar and room name for private
# chat portal rooms. This will be implicitly enabled if encryption.default is true.
private_chat_portal_meta: false
# Whether or not the bridge should send a read receipt from the bridge bot when a message has
# been sent to Telegram.
delivery_receipts: false
# Whether or not delivery errors should be reported as messages in the Matrix room.
delivery_error_reports: false
# Set this to true to tell the bridge to re-send m.bridge events to all rooms on the next run.
# This field will automatically be changed back to false after it,
# except if the config file is not writable.
resend_bridge_info: false
# When using double puppeting, should muted chats be muted in Matrix?
mute_bridging: false
# When using double puppeting, should pinned chats be moved to a specific tag in Matrix?
# The favorites tag is `m.favourite`.
pinned_tag: null
# Same as above for archived chats, the low priority tag is `m.lowpriority`.
archive_tag: null
# Whether or not mute status and tags should only be bridged when the portal room is created.
tag_only_on_create: true
# Should leaving the room on Matrix make the user leave on Telegram?
bridge_matrix_leave: true
# Should the user be kicked out of all portals when logging out of the bridge?
kick_on_logout: true
# Should the "* user joined Telegram" notice always be marked as read automatically?
always_read_joined_telegram_notice: true
# Settings for backfilling messages from Telegram.
# Whether or not the Telegram ghosts of logged in Matrix users should be
# invited to private chats when backfilling history from Telegram. This is
# usually needed to prevent rate limits and to allow timestamp massaging.
invite_own_puppet: true
# Maximum number of messages to backfill without using a takeout.
# The first time a takeout is used, the user has to manually approve it from a different
# device. If initial_limit or missed_limit are higher than this value, the bridge will ask
# the user to accept the takeout after logging in before syncing any chats.
takeout_limit: 100
# Maximum number of messages to backfill initially.
# Set to 0 to disable backfilling when creating portal, or -1 to disable the limit.
# N.B. Initial backfill will only start after member sync. Make sure your
# max_initial_member_sync is set to a low enough value so it doesn't take forever.
initial_limit: 0
# Maximum number of messages to backfill if messages were missed while the bridge was
# disconnected. Note that this only works for logged in users and only if the chat isn't
# older than sync_update_limit
# Set to 0 to disable backfilling missed messages.
missed_limit: 50
# If using double puppeting, should notifications be disabled
# while the initial backfill is in progress?
disable_notifications: false
# Whether or not to enable backfilling in normal groups.
# Normal groups have numerous technical problems in Telegram, and backfilling normal groups
# will likely cause problems if there are multiple Matrix users in the group.
normal_groups: false
# Overrides for base power levels.
user: {}
group: {}
# Whether to bridge Telegram bot messages as m.notices or m.texts.
bot_messages_as_notices: true
# Whether or not Matrix bot messages (type m.notice) should be bridged.
default: false
# List of user IDs for whom the previous flag is flipped.
# e.g. if bridge_notices.default is false, notices from other users will not be bridged, but
# notices from users listed here will be bridged.
exceptions: []
# An array of possible values for the $distinguisher variable in message formats.
# Each user gets one of the values here, based on a hash of their user ID.
# If the array is empty, the $distinguisher variable will also be empty.
relay_user_distinguishers: ["🟦", "🟣", "🟩", "⭕", "🔶", "⬛", "🔵", "🟢"]
# The formats to use when sending messages to Telegram via the relay bot.
# Text msgtypes (m.text, m.notice and m.emote) support HTML, media msgtypes don't.
# Available variables:
# $sender_displayname - The display name of the sender (e.g. Example User)
# $sender_username - The username (Matrix ID localpart) of the sender (e.g. exampleuser)
# $sender_mxid - The Matrix ID of the sender (e.g.
# $distinguisher - A random string from the options in the relay_user_distinguishers array.
# $message - The message content
m.text: "$distinguisher <b>$sender_displayname</b>: $message"
m.notice: "$distinguisher <b>$sender_displayname</b>: $message"
m.emote: "* $distinguisher <b>$sender_displayname</b> $message"
m.file: "$distinguisher <b>$sender_displayname</b> sent a file: $message"
m.image: "$distinguisher <b>$sender_displayname</b> sent an image: $message" "$distinguisher <b>$sender_displayname</b> sent an audio file: $message" "$distinguisher <b>$sender_displayname</b> sent a video: $message"
m.location: "$distinguisher <b>$sender_displayname</b> sent a location: $message"
# Telegram doesn't have built-in emotes, this field specifies how m.emote's from authenticated
# users are sent to telegram. All fields in message_formats are supported. Additionally, the
# Telegram user info is available in the following variables:
# $displayname - Telegram displayname
# $username - Telegram username (may not exist)
# $mention - Telegram @username or displayname mention (depending on which exists)
emote_format: "* $mention $formatted_body"
# The formats to use when sending state events to Telegram via the relay bot.
# Variables from `message_formats` that have the `sender_` prefix are available without the prefix.
# In name_change events, `$prev_displayname` is the previous displayname.
# Set format to an empty string to disable the messages for that event.
join: "$distinguisher <b>$displayname</b> joined the room."
leave: "$distinguisher <b>$displayname</b> left the room."
name_change: "$distinguisher <b>$prev_displayname</b> changed their name to $distinguisher <b>$displayname</b>"
# Filter rooms that can/can't be bridged. Can also be managed using the `filter` and
# `filter-mode` management commands.
# Filters do not affect direct chats.
# An empty blacklist will essentially disable the filter.
# Filter mode to use. Either "blacklist" or "whitelist".
# If the mode is "blacklist", the listed chats will never be bridged.
# If the mode is "whitelist", only the listed chats can be bridged.
mode: blacklist
# The list of group/channel IDs to filter.
list: []
# The prefix for commands. Only required in non-management rooms.
command_prefix: "!tg"
# Messages sent upon joining a management room.
# Markdown is supported. The defaults are listed below.
# Sent when joining a room.
welcome: "Hello, I'm a Telegram bridge bot."
# Sent when joining a management room and the user is already logged in.
welcome_connected: "Use `help` for help."
# Sent when joining a management room and the user is not logged in.
welcome_unconnected: "Use `help` for help or `login` to log in."
# Optional extra text sent when joining a management room.
additional_help: ""
# Send each message separately (for readability in some clients)
management_room_multiple_messages: false
# Permissions for using the bridge.
# Permitted values:
# relaybot - Only use the bridge via the relaybot, no access to commands.
# user - Relaybot level + access to commands to create bridges.
# puppeting - User level + logging in with a Telegram account.
# full - Full access to use the bridge, i.e. previous levels + Matrix login.
# admin - Full access to use the bridge and some extra administration commands.
# Permitted keys:
# * - All Matrix users
# domain - All users on that homeserver
# mxid - Specific user
"*": "relaybot"
"{{ env "TELEGRAM_BRIDGE_ADMIN_1" }}": "admin"
"{{ env "TELEGRAM_BRIDGE_ADMIN_2" }}": "admin"
# Options related to the message relay Telegram bot.
# List of users to invite to the portal when someone starts a private chat with the bot.
# If empty, private chats with the bot won't create a portal.
invite: []
# Whether or not to bridge state change messages in relaybot private chats.
state_changes: true
# When private_chat_invite is empty, this message is sent to users /starting the
# relaybot. Telegram's "markdown" is supported.
message: This is a Matrix bridge relaybot and does not support direct chats
# List of users to invite to all group chat portals created by the bridge.
group_chat_invite: []
# Whether or not the relaybot should not bridge events in unbridged group chats.
# If false, portals will be created when the relaybot receives messages, just like normal
# users. This behavior is usually not desirable, as it interferes with manually bridging
# the chat to another room.
ignore_unbridged_group_chat: true
# Whether or not to allow creating portals from Telegram.
authless_portals: true
# Whether or not to allow Telegram group admins to use the bot commands.
whitelist_group_admins: true
# Whether or not to ignore incoming events sent by the relay bot.
ignore_own_incoming_events: true
# List of usernames/user IDs who are also allowed to use the bot commands.
- myusername
- 12345678
# Telegram config
# Get your own API keys at
api_id: {{ env "TELEGRAM_APP_ID" }}
api_hash: {{ secret "telegram_api_hash" }}
# (Optional) Create your own bot at
bot_token: {{ secret "telegram_bot_token" }}
# Telethon connection options.
# The timeout in seconds to be used when connecting.
timeout: 120
# How many times the reconnection should retry, either on the initial connection or when
# Telegram disconnects us. May be set to a negative or null value for infinite retries, but
# this is not recommended, since the program can get stuck in an infinite loop.
retries: 5
# The delay in seconds to sleep between automatic reconnections.
retry_delay: 1
# The threshold below which the library should automatically sleep on flood wait errors
# (inclusive). For instance, if a FloodWaitError for 17s occurs and flood_sleep_threshold
# is 20s, the library will sleep automatically. If the error was for 21s, it would raise
# the error instead. Values larger than a day (86400) will be changed to a day.
flood_sleep_threshold: 60
# How many times a request should be retried. Request are retried when Telegram is having
# internal issues, when there is a FloodWaitError less than flood_sleep_threshold, or when
# there's a migrate error. May take a negative or null value for infinite retries, but this
# is not recommended, since some requests can always trigger a call fail (such as searching
# for messages).
request_retries: 5
# Device info sent to Telegram.
# "auto" = OS name+version.
device_model: auto
# "auto" = Telethon version.
system_version: auto
# "auto" = mautrix-telegram version.
app_version: auto
lang_code: en
system_lang_code: en
# Custom server to connect to.
# Set to true to use these server settings. If false, will automatically
# use production server assigned by Telegram. Set to false in production.
enabled: false
# The DC ID to connect to.
dc: 2
# The IP to connect to.
# The port to connect to. 443 may not work, 80 is better and both are equally secure.
port: 80
# Telethon proxy configuration.
# You must install PySocks from pip for proxies to work.
# Allowed types: disabled, socks4, socks5, http, mtproxy
type: disabled
# Proxy IP address and port.
port: 1080
# Whether or not to perform DNS resolving remotely. Only for socks/http proxies.
rdns: true
# Proxy authentication (optional). Put MTProxy secret in password field.
username: ""
password: ""
# Python logging configuration.
# See section 16.7.2 of the Python documentation for more info:
version: 1
(): mautrix_telegram.util.ColorFormatter
format: "[%(asctime)s] [%(levelname)s@%(name)s] %(message)s"
format: "[%(asctime)s] [%(levelname)s@%(name)s] %(message)s"
class: logging.handlers.RotatingFileHandler
formatter: normal
filename: /data/mautrix-telegram.log
maxBytes: 10485760
backupCount: 10
class: logging.StreamHandler
formatter: colored
level: DEBUG
level: INFO
level: INFO
level: DEBUG
handlers: [file, console]