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I am having two problems with the set of automatic e-mails.
When assigned a paper, our first editor said that the standard e-mail sent out barely passed his spam filter, because the "From" address was his own address.
The other problem is that the e-mail he received was the default e-mail. I had changed the editorial assignment e-mail earlier, and this modified version still comes up when I look in the administration section.
What might the problem be? Thank you for your time and let me know if I can give more information that would be helpful.
I did find in submissions.php changing:
$mailbody = $chDefaultBody;
$mailbody = $chBody;
of course set the e-mail to what I wanted, rather than the default (a simple oversight).
And I changed the $headers to be hardcoded as a certain e-mail address. I don't know if this will better the spam rating anyhow.
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