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where in the code the emails containing posts are sent ? [message #21834] Mon, 20 December 2004 12:40 Go to next message
matthieu_phpmv is currently offline  matthieu_phpmv   France
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Hello,

I really need help from the ones who know FUDForums code.
I need a feature that is not still implemented : i want to receive ALL new posts AND replies in all my forums on an email adress.
Then with the great thunderbird, I can class posts as if it was a newsgroup, it's very simple and it saves me a lot of time to see posts that need to be replied, posts that are important (i add them a little flag with thunderbird), etc.

To do this, I need little help : where are the email sent when the option "Suscribe" is activated ?
Where is the function which does it ?

If you tell it to me, I could add an option to send ALL new posts and replies to a single or a group of emails adresses.

Thank you in advance for help,
Matthieu Aubry
Re: where in the code the emails containing posts are sent ? [message #21837 is a reply to message #21834] Mon, 20 December 2004 12:56 Go to previous message
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The subscription e-mail sending logic can be found inside imsg_edt.inc.t inside the approve() method. Inside that method look for comment "/* handle notifications */" below it are the queries that are used to determine who should be notified.

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