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I've just installed OJS on my server and it is working great, except for a little problem.
When I (as the journal editor) assign an editor to handle a submitted paper, one of the notification emails bonces back with the error message "no recipients specified".
I believe that this email notification is addressed to the editor, but I cannot confirm it.
The author receives the email notification that is generated by the same event without any problems.
The only thing that is worth mentioning is that the journal editor and the editor assigned to the article is the same person: myself. That's because I'm only testing the package.
I have searched the forum archives and Google but did not find anything.
I'm using OJS 184.108.40.206 on Linux Red Hat AS 4, Apache 2.0.52, MySQL 4.1.12, PHP 4.3.9.
Any help is greatly appreciated.
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Do you have the bounce message? If so, please forward it to email@example.com
and I'll look into it further.
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