Sent emails are empty with journal abbreviation as a subject

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Ojser
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Sent emails are empty with journal abbreviation as a subject

Postby Ojser » Tue Jul 10, 2012 10:01 am

Hello,

I'm noticing that emails that are sent automatically when a member registers are empty with the journal path as the message subject!
I checked the prepared email option but there are no emails in the journal webpage, though there is an email template.xml file in the lib folder!
So where prepared email are dissapeared and why?
I'm trying at the mid-path of the translated version of OJS but each time I swith to either language I lose some interface options, including prepared emails!
Is this normal? Why it is not the journal name that should appear as a sender and the subject as "Registration to journalname"?
I set emails to default but I still don't see any email!
What happens hebind this issue?

Thanks

Ojser
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Joined: Wed Mar 28, 2012 6:23 am

Re: Sent emails are empty with journal abbreviation as a sub

Postby Ojser » Wed Jul 11, 2012 2:14 pm

Does the template file name may be the cause behind this problem?
I see that the the name of email template are not exactly the same:
In locale folder the name is: emailTemplates.xml
And in dbscript folder, the name is: email_templates_data.xml
Does this name difference matter in the prepared email sending and configuration?


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