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Comments on this topic
TWiki now supports WebNotify
entries that just include the user's WikiName
, or the WikiName
of a TWiki user group. There is no need to include the email address of each user, as TWiki's
script now picks this up from the user's home page. Multiple email addresses per home page are supported and will all be notified. Specify your email address using the old format to override this behavior. For example, here are some entries for a user and a group:
* Main.FredBloggs * Main.EngineeringGroup
This simplifies email address updates when a user is in many WebNotify
pages, as well as allowing use of TWiki user groups to notify a whole group with one entry. [You can try this right now on TWiki.org WebNotify pages, or on your own TWiki by testing out the TWikiAlphaRelease.]
is now implemented at TWiki.org and in TWikiAlphaRelease
- so you can delete your email address from this page, as long as you've specified an email address (or addresses) in your home page in the Main web.
Please comment here (or in WebNotifyDocs
) on the new doc text at the top of this page - once people are happy with it, I'll clone it into WebNotify
etc, and presumably all the other webs installed by default. The doc text is now a bit long - might be good to split most of this out into a separate page.
- 10 Nov 2002
I would send email notification by using webNotify on any update in one of blogs. However, in notification, BlogEnryX or BlogCommentX are listed there instead of headlines. Those will make reader confused to judge the exact info they have concerns. In code level, I find "mailnotify.tmpl" but change on the file will influence other webs. This is an urgent request.
More specific questions:
- Can I get blog headline info by URL?
- How to get blog headline info directly on code,I noticed "CITEBLOG" on front-end.
- 05 Jul 2006