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New WebmasterWorld Email System

8:14 am on Oct 2, 2000 (gmt 0)

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WebmasterWorld Administrator brett_tabke is a WebmasterWorld Top Contributor of All Time 10+ Year Member Top Contributors Of The Month

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I've updated (ok, just about from scratch) the local email system here at WebmasterWorld and we are starting to test. It is located at:


Just log in with the same username and password as WebmasterWorld itself.

The local email system is used to send messages to other WebmasterWorld users. It has become pretty popular among the moderators and many of the regulars. I was surprised when I started seeing how many people were using it, that I felt compelled to upgrade the old system.

The new system (StickyMail) has a host of new features:
Things like folders, working with groups of messages, autonotify on receipt, a notepad, forward a group of messages to your net email address, and various options to control messages.

Basically, it is pretty close to a full blown web email system without being tied into any pop or smtp server.

A couple of known bugs
(autonotify is not tied in yet, and not marking messages as replied for some reason)

If you have any comments on the system, leave them here, or drop me any problems using StickyMail itself.

Thank you

8:16 pm on Oct 2, 2000 (gmt 0)

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WebmasterWorld Senior Member rcjordan is a WebmasterWorld Top Contributor of All Time 10+ Year Member

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BT, when I go to the stickymail.cgi url on NS4 (cookie already set), I get a blank screen below the header.

I can get to what I assume others are seeing by clicking StickyMail in the "Home / StickyMail / rcjordan /" header.

On clicking "reply" I only see the text of the previous message, but NO place to actually make a reply.

I just found that I have SPLIT emails now, some in StickyMail, some in the old messenger.cgi -so I apologize if I haven't responded. Everyone better check both while we're in transition.