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Is it possible to selectively enable/disable emails? I would like to disable all emails while I am preparing the first issue of a new journal. I noticed that you can disable "Submission Acknowledgement" but that seems to be the only one.
Thanks in advance,
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We have now added this ability to disable emails to our bug list. Thank you for the suggestion. We also have a bug entered on enabling additional prepared emails to be entered for notifying readers, for example.
Public Knowledge Project
University of British Columbia
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John, we may wish to discuss this further off-list as this hearkens back to OJS design decisions of many months past, but there is a reason why most of the emails cannot be disabled -- OJS is highly dependent on email for initiating various actions in the system.
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