Your wiki will now show the subscribe link. Subscribe to a page and add a comment there. You should receive the comment by mail. If not, Watch your zope event log and/or SMTP server's log for problems.
- to mail out all edits, not just comments and new pages, set a
mailout_policystring property on the folder to
edits. The default is
- You can use a
mail_fromproperty, as an alternative to mail_replyto, to override (and hide) the original sender's From address. This can be useful eg to keep newbie replies on-list.
- the contents of a
mail_subject_prefixfolder property will appear in mail-out subjects before the page name. Subjects are already quite long, but a short prefix can be helpful if you subscribe to several wikis.
- For zope versions before 2.6: install the MailHostFix? product so that bcc delivery works. Otherwise all recipients will appear in the mailout headers, and you will get proliferating replies, etc.
subscriber_list property holding a list of email addresses or
CMF member ids is kept on each page and on the wiki folder.
A user can add or remove themself by using the
(this is the
subscribeform template, if you want to customize it).
A zope manager can also edit the subscriber lists using the ZMI
Page comments (but not edits, by default) are mailed out to the page subscribers and wiki subscribers. Wiki subscribers also receive page creation notifications.
Additional junk-reducing measures: comments and new pages which contain
no text at all are not mailed out. Comments to pages named
SandBox are mailed out only to page subscribers.
Id -> MailHost --by default
Title -> ?????
SMTP Host -> ???
SMTP -> 25
SMTP UserId? -> ¿? --What are talking about these fields??
SMTP Password -> ¿?
--I don´t have a mail serve, so I want my PLONE-ZWiki Server Machine to be the server, can this be possible???
Note that SecureMailHost? and MailDropHost work too --betabug, Fri, 23 Feb 2007 10:37:27 +0000 reply
Zwiki finds and uses the standard MailHost object, as well as "Secure Mail Host" (e.g. installed by Plone) and "MailDrop? Host" objects to send out mail.