Paperless provides a wide range of customizations.
Have a look at
paperless.conf.example for available configuration options.
Depending on how you run paperless, these settings have to be defined in different
If you run paperless on docker,
paperless.confis not used. Rather, configure paperless by copying necessary options to
If you are running paperless on anything else, paperless will search for the configuration file in these locations and use the first one it finds:
/path/to/paperless/paperless.conf /etc/paperless.conf /usr/local/etc/paperless.conf
paperless.conf.exampleto any of these locations and adjust it to your needs.