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Over the past few weeks, some of our users have reported being denied access to the Nuke webmail module.
I have reviewed the admin settings to see if this is indeed the case, and the instructions are:
Tomorrow WebCalendar emails from will not arrive. Send
webcalendar two types of messages Notifications* A: Reminders*. If you are not online to receive mail, please check the following:
1. Have you set a valid this SMTP server in the PHP configuration file php.ini. (The parameter is almost certainly a section in “smtp” “mail_function”.)
2. In the WebCalendar system settings, you have set “Email is usually enabled” to “Yes”.
3.Make sure the system web calendar settings have “default return address” of things for.
Note. Some email systems will ignore emails whose “from” character is different from the original SMTP server’s website name. So ifand your smtp is smtp-server.mydomain.com and your sender “default address” is simply [email protected] becomes email. Some systems may return return mail.
4. Make sure Notification Enabled is set to Yes in most user settings.
o Make sure “Event Reminders” is set to “Yes” in User Preferences.
o Be sure to use a cron job for the frequent run script send_reminders.php.
I have php -i A run | grepPhp .ini to find php.ini with ]
function section in mail service functions.;SMTP
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