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Recent content by Gladius

  1. Gladius

    Automated Bounce Email Handling

    It doesn't, that's the problem. I don't know who cPanel implemented this for in such a manner, but since it can't be used for VERP, it's actually more broken than fixed but they don't seem to have any interest in changing it. I haven't looked at the dovecot fix yet, will it persist through...
  2. Gladius

    Automated Bounce Email Handling

    Would be better if you just moved the entire recent discussion to a new thread then, though given that it's all on-topic I'm not sure why... I expect the majority of admins are using cPanel so there'll be plenty who are impacted by this.
  3. Gladius

    Automated Bounce Email Handling

    See this: https://features.cpanel.net/topic/subaddressed-emails-to-inbox-instead-of-new-unsubscribed-folder
  4. Gladius

    Automated Bounce Email Handling

    You can't, that's just an open discussion, it wasn't implemented. What you've posted above in screenshots is exactly how it's NOT working in cPanel, as Mike predicted. I don't know if the dovecot edit would be respected during cPanel upgrades.
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    Automated Bounce Email Handling

    I've used it with POP3 and it behaved as mentioned -- I've checked with a webmail client and a folder with the name used after + appeared (1111 in my test case) and the mail was put inside this folder. You'd never know it was there unless you specifically looked for it, really. There doesn't...
  6. Gladius

    Convert Threads to Resources

    It really, REALLY should.
  7. Gladius

    Automated Bounce Email Handling

    @Mike I've seen that cPanel now has plus addressing ( https://features.cpanel.net/topic/email-sub-addressing-plus-addressing ), but does this work for XF's needs in this case? I've tested it with our bounce mail account and for e.g. +anything it creates a new "anything" folder and puts the...
  8. Gladius

    Implemented If Blogs will come later: A tool to migrate existing vBlog entries into a designated forum?

    You don't need to lose the blog functionality unless you want to. There should be at least one or two blog addons for XF still around and allowing you to import vB blogs so that you can keep using them as in vB.
  9. Gladius

    Implemented If Blogs will come later: A tool to migrate existing vBlog entries into a designated forum?

    Not custom made for us per se, I think it was one of the publicly available unofficial vB importers that had a module that allowed conversion of vB blogs to XF threads. Back when we converted there was the official (lacking) importer and one or two unofficial importers which also imported some...
  10. Gladius

    Implemented If Blogs will come later: A tool to migrate existing vBlog entries into a designated forum?

    Actually, for blogs, we just used the importer module (IIRC) that converted them to regular forum threads since blogs have fallen into disuse on our site. If you want to keep the blogs as proper blogs, I remember that at least one XF1 blog addon had the option to import the vB blogs directly...
  11. Gladius

    Implemented If Blogs will come later: A tool to migrate existing vBlog entries into a designated forum?

    We had to combine two importers and a custom solution to get all the content, including blogs, albums, social groups etc. imported from vB 3.8 to XF1. It was a PITA not having a single importer that would do it all.
  12. Gladius

    XF 2.0 Get a free development environment for XenForo up and running in minutes

    From what I remember, with XAMPP everything is contained in a single dir and also configured there. But I'll give this a shot, thanks for setting it up.
  13. Gladius

    XF 2.0 Get a free development environment for XenForo up and running in minutes

    Is there any benefit to using this over, say, XAMPP for a non-developer? I haven't really needed a local test area since switching from vB to XF, but obviously going from XF1 to 2 I'll want to test a bunch of stuff first and XAMPP worked out well enough when I used it last.