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Hi Rafael,

1. When a private message occurs, the subject is: [JForum] Nofity of Private Message.
It's better to use name of [Domain] instead of [JForum].

Similarly: [Domain] Activate forum account

BUT better is not to make e-mail Subject hardcoded, and allow the administrator to edit the Subject directly either in the /templates/mail/*.txt or Configuration panel.

2. The dynamic attributes should use the same unique names, currently there are different names for the same things, such as {user.username} and ${username}, {url} and {path}, etc.

Keep you good work!
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It's me above!
Could you please increase session timeout to 30 minutes.

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Anonymous wrote:Hi Rafael,

1. When a private message occurs, the subject is: [JForum] Nofity of Private Message.
It's better to use name of [Domain] instead of [JForum].

Similarly: [Domain] Activate forum account



You can change this in SystemGlobals.properties. But I understand your point and agree that is better to have a key specific for that in the admin.

Rafael
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In the file
C:\tomcat\webapps\JForum\WEB-INF\config\SystemGlobals.properties
there is this line:
forum.name = JForum

I imagined that if we change JForum for another word, like Domain it should change all the references to [JForum] at the Configurations page, but it doesn't happens!

Any idea?


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See if you don't have the keys in the file jforum-custom.conf

Rafael
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Hi Guys!!!

Take a look:

\WEB-INF\config\SystemGlobal.properties


\WEB-INF\config\jforum-custom.conf


The key mail.smtp.port = 25 isn't present at jforum-custom.conf file!

My question is: could we manually add this (and/or any other) line to jforum-custom.conf, or if I want change the GMail's SMTP port to 465 (or 587) I have to change it at SystemGlobal.properties?

Shortly: how do I change the SMTP port?

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[EDIT]Rafael, try to edit this message... you'll see that the content posted by me is a few different of what appears!!! I didn't post any mailto, for example... take a look![/EDIT]
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