You can enable the post queue for new users in post settings, but if you want to queue everything in one category you have to turn to plugins.
I actually created one that might help a little: https://github.com/oplik0/nodebb-plugin-category-queue
But because it was created just for my needs it only queues topics and not every new post (if you post something in a topic from that category it won't be queued, but if you create a new topic it will).
It can be easily modified to do that tho (look here for explanation on how to get cid from such a post).
Which emailer plugin do you use here?
As I explore all of the features in v1.3.0, I continue to be amazed. Our community of math enthusiasts spans the globe, and the fact that your forum is already translated into other languages is incredible.
I'm now working with some of those communities to try out our NodeBB deployment. Since these communities are building a new online presence here from zero, it would be very useful to be able to send emails which notify them when there is activity. I see a large number of email plugins. Which one do you use for this deployment on community.nodebb.org? What are the currently recommended best practices?
Thanks for answering all of my questions. As these communities come on and see how awesome NodeBB is, I think that we'll be able to help you translate your interface into even more languages via your Transifex project.
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No responding as the admins here, but on my site, we use http://www.mailgun.com/. They are free up to a certain number of emails a month.
This forum uses https://github.com/julianlam/nodebb-plugin-emailer-sendgrid
Thanks for your replies! I'll check these out.
Thanks again for your assistance. I now have emailing set up on our NodeBB installation, and this is great! We're using SendGrid. Everything has gone extremely smoothly, except for one item: it seems that the "From" field only shows the bare email address, without the human-readable display name, even though I have set the field appropriately in your Admin Control Panel, in Email Settings > From Name. Do you know if this is a known bug in the plugin?
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I write a shell script. It use users.csv as input and use
Is this considered to be a bug in the plugin, or does this happen with all mailer plugins? @teh_g with your Mailgun plugin do the emails come with a From name in addition to the bare email address, like this instead?
From: "Forum Team" email@example.com
Yes looks like an issue with the plugin. It doesn't seem to use the
from_namefield that is sent from core.
Thank you for your quick reply! It was extremely helpful.
I have added the 1-line fix to map your
from_namefield to SendGrid's API. I submitted a PR to the nodebb-plugin-emailer-sendgrid GitHub repo, so that hopefully others can benefit too. This is the first time I have submitted a PR to an open source project, so I hope I did the procedure correctly.
The 1-line fix works on our installation, and I am now receiving emails which have a proper From name!