I am wondering if it is possible to embed HTML inside of emails sent by Codoforum's installation? I know that my main CMS let's us do this however can't figure out if it is possible with codoforum, being it just sends the HTML code instead of it. I know it is possible to do just plane text.
Also, there is a issue where daily digests just send a single file called "noname" containing code for said email. Which again, works fine on our CMS with same email configuration so I think it's a codoforum issue. Any known fixes?
I'm setting up CF for the first time and trying to get the SMTP email to work with my setup. For several reasons my emailer is a Windows box on the local LAN. It uses self-signed certs which may or may not be part of the problem here, but I want to do a non-SSL connection (because it's local I'm not worried about security) but port 465 is assumed SSL by my server. When connecting to 465 it times out, and my server reports SSL direct-connect failure.
When I change the port to either of the valid non-SSL ports on my server (25 or 125) the forum crashes hard upon save, complaining about incorrect strings. No email is sent.
Fatal error: Uncaught PDOException: SQLSTATE[HY000]: General error: 1366 Incorrect stringvalue: '\xC0\x06\xE7\xD4\x9Cc...'for column 'trace' at row 1in /var/www/forum/sys/CODOF/Log.php:89
@admin@adesh Please note that I'm getting an error when I try to add a Poll to a topic.
Way to replicate it:
Create a new topic and add a Poll to it.
Edit the topic and make it sticky (without the poll).
Edit the topic again and try to add the Poll.
Also, if you need an example of how a standard v4.9.4 forum looks like, please have a look at . Do you see something out of the ordinary? (like every closed topic appears on top of other normal topics regardless of the post date!). Basically a closed topic acts like a sticky one...
I am not That great with coding scripts. So this is a dumb question though, sorry. I am wondering if it is possible to add SSO support for Subrion CMS somehow? It does support Single-Sign-on for as of right now through a plugin.