[rt-users] queue members and access levels

Jesse jesse at fsck.com
Sat Jun 17 10:31:17 EDT 2000

As you guessed, 2.0 will have better controls for this sort of thing.
If you don't want those user to get _any_ mail, just set their email addresses to null. but that's clearly not ideal


On Fri, Jun 16, 2000 at 10:46:25PM -0400, Tim Strobell aka Griffy wrote:
> Howdy folks,
> I've got a question about the queue access controls.
> We would like to set up the notion of a "responsible" person for a queue.
> The responsible person(s) would have manipulate permissions and receive copies
> of the transactions via email.  The other users would have permission to
> manipulate the queue, but would not receive the transaction email.
> "Display" isn't enough access, but "Manipulate" is too much. 
> Has anyone worked around this, or can anyone see a solution?
> I was going to hack in another access level for now.
> Or should I just shut up and wait for RT2? :-) 
> Many thanks,
> Tim
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> Department of Mathematics, University of Maryland at College Park
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