if a user gets a notification depends on HIS preferences. You can choose
if you want to be notifies only for new or cancled event, of for big
(>4h) time changes and so on.
Maybe that causes these "undeterministic" behavior.
An other problem is, the phpmailer version we have in eGW at the moment,
stops with the first no deliverable mail.
Uriel Cantrelle schrieb:
> Hello everybody,
> Maybe someone will be able to help me:
> I have some troubles trying to set calendar auto mail parameters.
> - Windows 2000 SP4
> - Apache 2.0.54
> - php 4.3.10
> - MySQL 4.0.20d
> - Egroupware 1.0.0.008-2
> I've enter mail pattern for add,modify,delete and participant response
> My problem is that EGW users don't always receive mails that they should.
> ex: task1 added => U1 & U2 receive a mail, not U3
> U2 accept task => U1 receive a mail
> task1 deleted => U3 receive a mail.
> this is just an example.
> after many tests, i didn't manage to find a rule determinating who receive
> and not receive.
> these tests where including task manipulation from an admin user and from a
> limited user.
> if somebody have a suggestion, l'll be very pleased! :-)
> Uriel CANTRELLE
> ps: please, answer to my email adress because i'm not in the egroupware
> mailing lists (or add me to the mailing list)
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