[Bug 341710] Re: admin user cannot configure a user without an email address
dnurmi at gmail.com
Sat Sep 26 08:41:33 BST 2009
I think there may be some confusion here; the original bug, as we
understood it, was that an administrator could not add a user unless
email was configured and working properly (i.e., every addition of a
user required the system to send an email to the user, for the user to
repond, and for the admin to approve the reponse). The fix we put in
allows the admin to check the 'skip email confirmation' box, which skips
the email confirmation ping-pong process and directly approves and
enables the user. Thus, we consider this particular bug to be resolved.
However, as you indicate, the admin must still enter an email address
for each user. Is this further requirement (to not require the email
address be specified) desired?
admin user cannot configure a user without an email address
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