Reply to CAC Message gets posted to forum
A confusing situation:
- I was trying to troubleshoot something with a CAC user, so I sent her a message through the Commons by visiting the CAC and replying through the CAC messaging interface
- She replied and I received an email notification of her reply
- I replied to her message by hitting "reply" from my email client (Gmail web)
- I received a notification that seemed to indicate that my reply had been posted to the CUNY Digital Humanities Initiative as a forum post
- It looks like my email reply was posted as a comment on a forum thread that I had started this morning -- https://commons.gc.cuny.edu/groups/digital-humanities-initiative/forum/topic/fwd-digital-humanities-at-the-community-college-in-the-us-please-respond-to-our-survey/#post-54970
#4 Updated by Raymond Hoh over 2 years ago
I'm still looking into this. Somewhere along the process, the unique querystring used in the
Reply-To email header is being hijacked by bbPress, instead of the one associated with private messages.
I'm going to try to duplicate this locally and will report back.
#6 Updated by Raymond Hoh over 2 years ago
- Status changed from Assigned to Resolved
- Target version set to 1.10.18
The issue was with the RBE module written for bbPress and the BP Group Email Subscription (GES) plugin, and with the recent auto-connect option written for IMAP mode.
Long story short, the GES RBE code was stamping on other RBE modules. Fix is deployed on production.
Side note: Boone, I'm having problems using git on the production server.
I tried using
git fetch origin on production, but got the following:
error: cannot open .git/FETCH_HEAD: Permission denied
I had similar troubles when performing git operations in the development directory as well. Is this due to the changes made to the git repo?