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For Mantis 1.2.6, a user can go to Account->Preferences->Timezone and select the timezone that is appropriate for him/her. Server definitions for timezone exist in the php.ini file. You can see a reference here: http://www.php.net/manual/en/timezones.php.
- Aug 24, 2011 9:01 am
- Forum: Help
- Topic: Terrible problems after upgrading from 1.1.8 to 1.2.6
- Replies: 5
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What versions of MySQL/PHP are you running?
- Aug 23, 2011 10:34 am
- Forum: EmailReporting
- Topic: Which mail server do you use?
- Replies: 2
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And which access method do you use? I'm using Exchange 2010, and have had problems getting IMAP to work, though POP3 worked. I've also used a Gmail mailbox with both POP3 and IMAP. I know of a successfully installed Linux mail server of some sort (i'm not very knowledgeable of Linux-y things) with I...
The guide was just for me; I shared because most of the general ideas are there. I can alter this guide to be more general, put it in txt format, and push to git if that helps your project documentation.
I've created a fairly extensive document on how to install. You can see it here: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1U2y ... t?hl=en_US
Issue workflow for my Mantis installation should be: 1. reporter reports issue 2. updater validates issue. if invalid (e.g. for bad description), updater assigns to reporter for feedback. 3. reporter adds note with better information, and assigns issue back to updater. 4. updater assigns to develope...
Thanks so much for all of your time on this issue. I can't wait for the 0.9.0 release! Another workaround (for anyone else that might come across this thread) is to forward Exchange mail to a mailbox that plays nicer with Net_IMAP, and link that account to EmailReporting. That way, your users still ...
- Aug 04, 2011 4:04 pm
- Forum: Customizations
- Topic: How to retrieve information
- Replies: 1
- Views: 1673
I'm trying to validate a bug using a custom function
. How can i use $p_issue_id to retrieve current information about the issue?
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custom_function_override_issue_update_validate( $p_issue_id, $p_bug_data, $p_bugnote_text )
is there a way to validate it using custom_functions_inc.php? I'd rather not hack the core mantis files if i don't have to. and the response from earlier makes it seem like custom functions can handle the validation task, but i'm not sure that the code pasted above is still valid for mantis 1.2.6.
Does the plugin care about the SSL certificate? My (Exchange) mail server is using a self-signed certificate, and Google is using a public one. Could that cause these parsing errors? In general, IMAP works fine for a google mailbox, and for a unix mailbox, but EmailReporting gets really unhappy when...
No, you hit the nail right on the head. I changed that setting to relaxed and it worked like a charm. I think I'll set it to balanced, however so that there is still verification of issue numbers. Thanks!
Oh, I see :oops: I tried that just now. I added a note to the issue so Mantis sends an email to the person who reported it (reporting occurred via email) (subject- [Project 6]: Having Problems with software). The user responds to that email (subject- RE: [Project 6]: Having Problems with software). ...