Updated plugin to support one-click unsubscribe links and unsubscribe headers.
Also added a new message to the email footer if an admin chooses the "override subscription settings" option.
@planner How about now
If you're referring to issue #1322, I'll need to be reading the topic for me to have admin rights to the last post that's not mine.
Yep, it's not compatible. After installing it, clicking on its link in the ACP returned the message shown below. Same issue with Emailer (Local).
@planner will fix tomorrow.
Thanks. Looking forward to it. I've registered with Mandrill and Mailgun and Mandrill seems to have a better interface.
npm update nodebb-plugin-emailer-mandrill
to get the 0.1.0 version. Please be aware that the previous settings (apiKey), if you had any, will not be persisted, so you will need to re-enter it.
I basically re-stole @julian mailgun's codez.
Thank you. Setting it up right now.
Ok, so I have Mandrill up and running. Just one major issue: The verification email is taking the form http://127.0.0.1:4567/confirm/27fd50fb-fa87-4f6e-be77-27.
That's not good. I think it has to do with a proxy_set_header setting, but I'm not too sure.
While I'm googling, anybody dealt with this before?
Btw, my setup is Varnish >> Nginx >> NodeBB
base_url in your
In the code:
var reset_link = nconf.get('url') + '/reset/' + reset_code;
Which relies on
Is there any rule against setting
base_url to domain name instead of to localhost?
base_url is used purely to construct absolute urls in places in the front-end. It should be set to your site's address (
Thanks. That means modifying at least one option in Varnish, but I think that will remove the loopback address from log entries pertaining to NodeBB.
I have nginx running on top of nodebb. When the mandrill plugin sends the "verification email" it uses the localhost (127.0.0.1) insted of my domain.
I cannot change the "base_url" because it will break my nginx-proxy setup. What can i do?
@limker Change your nginx-proxy setup too?
Fixed, i had to as suggested by several users to change my "base_url" or "url" (depends on your nodebb version). But i had to add the key "port" in the config.json as well.