[rt-devel] Re: [rt-users] TODO: a free field vor CC
jesse at fsck.com
Thu Aug 9 19:14:08 EDT 2001
Because of RT 2.0's architecture, this is a much much harder feature to
implement. Mailing is handled by Scrips, not explicitly sent out
by the core. The proposed solution is a "Forward Comment" or "Forward Correspondence" option in the UI that would forward a single transaction to other
Auto-refresh wasn't removed per set, but simply hasn't been implemented against
the 2.x web interface yet. It's on the list for 2.0.x features. It's one
of the very very very few new features that will be added to 2.0.x, before
I fork the development branch that will be 2.2 and 2.0 becomes "Bugfix only"
On Fri, Aug 10, 2001 at 09:01:48AM +1000, Kim Lee wrote:
> Sanity wrote:
> > Funny I was just going to request that also..
> Me too! :)
> Much quicker than changing it in the People/Watchers gizmo. Half the
> time the cc people are only temporary so a field where you can type
> in an email address or list of emails would be great (was that
> feature in rt1?)
> Another thing missing in rt2 is the auto refresh? Why was that removed?
> > We need to be able to enter in any email address when sending comments
> > or replies off to other people. It would also be nice to be able to change
> > the TO: field if need be. Something like an autofilled field but
> > changeable.
> > On Thu, 9 Aug 2001, Dirk Haenelt wrote:
> > > Often i have the wish, that i can add a free CC by comments or replies.
> > > Is this feasible ?
> > >
> > > regards
> > >
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> Cheers .^.
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