Ok it isn't in the surgeweb interface, but it is available in user.cgi
and the administrator interface.
http://your.server/cgi/user.cgi (see attached picture)
If it doesn't show up in user.cgi then it probably is due to a
surgemail setting, send me your surgemail.ini to check.
On Wednesday 20/04/2011 at 6:01 pm, Russ Pagenkopf wrote:
> Hmmm... It appears that I need to add enotify (or all [which BTW is it
> 'ALL' like the drop down, or 'all' like the field population?]) to the
> 'Admin access settings' in the 'Account details' screen. I've now done
> that for the account in question and I see enotify in the field.
> Note: When you click on the link 'Admin access settings' for help
> it dumps you to the page 'Authentication Fields', clearly not where I
> should go.
> However, I am blind. I can't find this "email notification" page
> anywhere in surgemail or surgeweb when logged into the account. In
> surgeweb, it's not under the drop down for 'More Actions' nor is it
> anywhere to be found in the 'options (which needs to be capitalized)
> -> Preferences' screens.
> More info please.
> Support ChrisP wrote:
>> Look for the 'email notification' page in the users self admin pages,
>> that should be exactly what you need I think.
>> On Tuesday 19/04/2011 at 3:37 pm, surgemailHIDDEN@etwinsite.com wrote:
>>> Haven't figured this one out after poking around for a while.
>>> When I receive email to an account I'd like to be able to send a new
>>> message as a notification. Specifically, this is triggering an SMS
>>> I need to be able to trigger a rule such that when a new message
>>> arrives for a specific account a new email is automatically generated
>>> with a To: a From: and a body. Preferably done at the user level, not
>>> system level so the users can manage it.
>>> I don't want a Forward, a Redirect or a CC. This needs to be a generic
>>> (but customizable) "You've got new mail" message, nothing more.
>>> However, the ability to insert the original From: and/or Subject:
>>> and/or first X number of characters of the Body with variables might
>>> be handy for other uses.
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