Tue, Jun 18
The four computers that had owners waiting for them have been set up as follows.
Mon, Jun 17
The proper name for the new computers (because you can never find that when you need it) is: Lenovo ideapad S530-13IWL.
It was on donera.wikimedia.se.
Fri, Jun 14
The emails now look like this:
Also, if possible, make the link clickable.
Thu, Jun 13
This was actually an error in the logging for the most part. Only one user is till having an issue and they've been informed.
I changed MAILTO in /etc/crontab to drift@. Hopefully, this will send future emails the right way.
Wed, Jun 12
Lenovo Ideapad S530 looks good and is (currently) within our price range.
Mon, Jun 10
Yes, yes it would. @Jopparn, what's the budget for this?
Wed, Jun 5
I have now applied FSCS IDs to some libraries.
Tue, Jun 4
Mon, Jun 3
After some investigating, I managed to get this to work for Gmail. The trick was to use the Gmail login parameters, like so:
There are some troubles sending as the addresses that need to be sorted out.
Tue, May 28
Mon, May 27
It does indeed do what it's supposed to. I never tried continuing because the label says "Move to Project", which I read as "Select the project that you want to move these tasks to." I think the label should be rephrased to avoid confusion.
Test email via Loopia arrived as intended.
May 24 2019
Moved to Video/Strömmning.
The addresses are handled as recipient maps initially, since that was the easiest way to fix it. Some of them may be more useful to have as collaborative inboxes (see T197864).
There are no more @wikimedia.se addresses handled by Loopia. According to the chat log above, the problem should be fixed now.
The recipient map is now enabled and all the function addresses for @wikimedia.se have been removed from Loopia.
All the volunteers who said they wanted to keep their email address have been added to Gsuite.
You can set up so that members of a group can send emails as that group. The interface does not allow adding bcc, however. If you want that possibility, you need to add the group as a "send from address" for your personal email.
There were some problems with the notifications for a few of the new accounts. I have contacted the affected people and given instructions that hopefully will solve this.
May 23 2019
May 22 2019
I updated the notification script to read the target email address from a document on the users Drive. I realized that you can add a secondary email address to accounts, which would be even neater to use. I could not figure out how to get that from the script, though. You can get it from contacts, but not the current user as far as I understand. If we revisit this in the future, it might be worth digging a bit deeper.
May 21 2019
May 20 2019
May 17 2019
I've copied all the function addresses from Loopia to Gsuite as a recipient address map. It's disabled until all the other addresses are sorted out. I took the opportunity to change some addresses that were aliases so they forward instead of duplicating the recipient addresses.
May 16 2019
May 15 2019
- Create accounts for volunteers.
May 14 2019
It looks like this can be done with groups. These can contain members from outside our Gsuite. By default, groups are accessible to everyone in our Gsuite, not just group members, though this can be changed if necessary.
May 13 2019
There's now a collaborative inbox for this address. @Eric_Luth_WMSE is the owner and everyone at WMSE can join.