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[Turned Down]: Mail when Ecard is read
« on: March 06, 2010, 10:18:10 pm »

Would it be possible if a recipient has read a recived Ecard... to inform the sender that the Ecard is read?
I think that would be a nice future!  ;D
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Re: Mail when Ecard is read
« Reply #1 on: March 07, 2010, 10:10:07 pm »

We (the coppermine dev team) are not very fond of emails being sent around. Subsequently, we're not very fond of the eacard feature neither. Tracking what users do in relation to the ecard is something you can easily accomplish by coming up with a plugin combined with a custom ecard template. But we (the coppermine devs) won't look into such a feature for inclusion into the core.
Your request is valid in itself, but won't be accomplished by us. You're of course free to hire someone to accomplish this for you or to code this yourself. If you do, we'd appreciate it if you posted your custom code for the benefit of others.


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Re: [Turned Down]: Mail when Ecard is read
« Reply #2 on: March 07, 2010, 10:38:34 pm »

Thanks for the clear explanation, i understand what your saying about the Ecard future..
Coppermine is primary a Photo Gallery...and the best there is!
(Secretely...I like the Ecard furure a lot ;D thanks for letting it in!)

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