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moderated Re: PDFs in Files lose their hyperlinked Table of Contents #bug #suggestion

Frances
 

Hi Mark,
Don't know if you fixed it but it works now in Safari 10.1.1 and Firefox 54.0.1
Thanks!

Frances


moderated Re: Drop Box

 

On 12 Jul 2017 at 12:08, Jeff Kane wrote:

I think that would go to all owners and moderators of all the sub groups
also though.  Don't necessarily want that.
I haven't tested it with subgroups, but I believe that moderator email is
separate for each subgroup, i.e. subgroup+owner@groupname.groups.io


Also not very intuitive what the purpose of that email name is either. 
It might be a bit confusing for outsiders to accept as being the right
thing to do.
Probably true, although if you put it on the home page description it would
make more sense.


No, not the current concept of a drop box.  The really old one where it
is a mail box that you drop things into for others to read later.  You
drop things and then you can't get them back. 
Aha! A USPS Drop Box. Do they still have those? They must although I
can't recall seeing one right now. All I can remember are UPS or FedEx
dropboxes!


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moderated Re: Drop Box

Jeff Kane
 

Also, the idea was to have an archive of the messages to the board.  Sending to owner doesn't do that either.

I did test the concept and it works as expected.  Looks like it may be able to only send to the owner/moderators of the sub group and not to all other sub groups.


moderated Re: Drop Box

Jeff Kane
 

Interesting thought. 

I think that would go to all owners and moderators of all the sub groups also though.  Don't necessarily want that.

Also not very intuitive what the purpose of that email name is either.  It might be a bit confusing for outsiders to accept as being the right thing to do.

No, not the current concept of a drop box.  The really old one where it is a mail box that you drop things into for others to read later.  You drop things and then you can't get them back. 


moderated Re: Drop Box

 

On 12 Jul 2017 at 11:28, Jim Poston wrote:

Then the single email address "groupname-owner@groups.io" will go to
all the moderators.
Oops! Y!G habit ....

groupname+owner@groups.io


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moderated Re: Drop Box

 

On 12 Jul 2017 at 10:18, Jeff Kane wrote:

Was kind of hoping to use a sub group as a place to let people direct
questions to the board of the club instead of using an email
redirection service. 
Sorry, I haven't followed the thread from the beginning, but if you just want
non-members to be able to send unmoderated messages to the "board" of
the club, you could make them all moderators, then adjust their
notifications appropriately.

Then the single email address "groupname-owner@groups.io" will go to
all the moderators. Those messages do not go to the group, even to the
moderation queue.

By Drop Box do you mean a place to store files? The moderator solution
wouldn't address that.

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moderated Re: Drop Box

 

Jeff,

Was kind of hoping to use a sub group as a place to let people direct
questions to the board of the club instead of using an email
redirection service.
I have a similar situation with my PTA group.

It sounds like we could both use an option, in subgroups, that allows non-moderated posting by parent group members.

For "outsiders" (not members of either the subgroup or the parent group) I think the restriction that their messages must be moderated is still a good idea.

It can be done as a sub group, but it requires every message to
be moderated first and that would get tedious to moderate and then
reply to the inquiry and then moderate any response and ... so on.
In practice this has not been a big issue. But the number of times a regular PTA member has emailed the board has been low, "your mileage may vary".

Shal
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https://groups.io/g/GroupManagersForum


moderated Re: Drop Box

Jeff Kane
 

It does seem that way.  The parent has a forced check box for the Spam Control.  However, when I look at Sub Groups, there is no required check box, and it does not seem to matter what I check, it does not change things.  I have not tried every combination yet.  I t looks like the Message Policies - Allow Non Subscribers To Post forces moderation with no other options.

Was kind of hoping to use a sub group as a place to let people direct questions to the board of the club instead of using an email redirection service.  It can be done as a sub group, but it requires every message to be moderated first and that would get tedious to moderate and then reply to the inquiry and then moderate any response and ... so on.


moderated PDFs in Files lose their hyperlinked Table of Contents #bug #suggestion

Frances
 

I uploaded a PDF made with Apple Pages (converted from my brother's .doc file). The PDF hyperlinked TOC worked fine on my Mac computer.
It lost them when I uploaded it to Files.
I tested sending it to the group (my test group) as a message and attachment. It kept its hyperlinked TOC.
So there is something wrong in the upload function in Files.

I did have a problem crashing Safari when trying to upload the PDF to Files. Firefox worked fine.
The good news is that it correctly kept its password when uploaded.

And a nice-to-have: It would be lovely if I could move a post attachment to Files . It would be convenient. Can't see a way to do that.

Frances


moderated Re: Drop Box

 

Jeff,

I can not figure out how to NOT moderate every message that comes in
from the public.
That ability is not available. Deliberately, I believe.

The restriction that non-member posts must be moderated is an anti-spam measure. It is there to protect your group members from an onslaught of spam should your group address get into spammer lists.

It is also there to protect the reputation of Groups.io (in the eyes of receiving email services) so that messages posted through this service are more likely to be delivered to users' inboxes than to their Spam folder.

Shal
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moderated Drop Box

Jeff Kane
 

I want to have a sub group that is like a Drop Box.  I want anyone, even the public, to be able to send messages to the sub group.  Only members of the sub group will be able to see the message archives and they will all get the messages as they come in.

I can not figure out how to NOT moderate every message that comes in from the public. 

I set this ...
Allow Non Subscribers to Post

Posts by non-subscribers will be moderated, instead of rejected.

I leave all of the moderation settings off.
Restricted Membership

Members require approval before being allowed to join the group.

Announcement Group

Only moderators are allowed to post.

Moderated

All posts require approval before being sent to the group.

New Users Moderated

Posts from new subscribers require approval.


Yet, it still asks me to moderate every post sent to that sub group.

Can I have a have a group like a Drop Box?


moderated Private Parent and Public Sub Group shows Sub Group as Private even though it is Public

Jeff Kane
 

I created a private parent group.  I want only club members to be in the group and no messages to everyone unless a moderator.  Easy enough.

I created a sub group that members can opt into that will have public messages in it.  I set the sub group to public.  That works and I log out and can still see the messages in that sub group, but can not see them in the private parent group.

So here's the possible bug.  When I log back in and look at the sub groups tab under the parent, I see this "5 Members, 2 Topics, Private Archives, Last Post: 8:43 am".  That sub Group is set to "Listed in parent group, publically viewable archives" in the settings screen.  As I said above, I can log out and still see those messages.  So, the Sub Groups tab on the left shows the wrong details for the Sub Group when it is public under a parent that is private.  Not a big deal, just a little confusing.


moderated Re: Mid-Year Update

Ginny T.
 

On Sun, Jun 11, 2017 at 09:26 pm, Mark Fletcher wrote:
I will be spending a lot of time this summer working on an iOS/Android app.
I will be looking forward to it (and happy to test it when you get that far...) - and as well, notifications of group member activity will also be very helpful. Moderating photos would be too :>)

Thanks much, Mark,
Ginny
 
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moderated Re: groups.io API to add old messages to archive?

 

Hi,

Ask Mark (via the support address) to take your Mbox archive and specify which list or subgroup the messages should belong to. In my case, I’m trying to move two Freelists archives into two lists on Groups.IO with parsing issues encountered along the way.

Cheers,

Joseph

 

From: main@beta.groups.io [mailto:main@beta.groups.io] On Behalf Of halbert@...
Sent: Thursday, July 6, 2017 5:44 AM
To: main@beta.groups.io
Subject: [beta] groups.io API to add old messages to archive? #transfer

 

I manage an email list currently hosted on a commercial Mailman provider. The provider does not include a search capability, and for this particular list, that would be very helpful. I'm interested in transferring the list and its archives to a paid groups.io account.

Is there a groups.io API I can use to bulk-transfer the old messages into groups.io? It's not a problem for me to do some programming to parse the Mailman archives as necessary and call an API to store each message.

Thanks.


moderated groups.io API to add old messages to archive?

Dan Halbert
 

I manage an email list currently hosted on a commercial Mailman provider. The provider does not include a search capability, and for this particular list, that would be very helpful. I'm interested in transferring the list and its archives to a paid groups.io account.

Is there a groups.io API I can use to bulk-transfer the old messages into groups.io? It's not a problem for me to do some programming to parse the Mailman archives as necessary and call an API to store each message.

Thanks.


moderated Re: Outage report #downtime

Joseph Hudson <jhud7789@...>
 

Hi J, yes I could be the case. However, messages that I sent via email were coming through just fine once the site came back up. Because I sent some during the downtime and they all came through.

Sent from my iPhone

On Jul 4, 2017, at 5:39 PM, J_Catlady <j.olivia.catlady@...> wrote:

Mark,

I sent a message via email during the downtime and it has neither come through email nor posted on the site. Am I correct in concluding that messages sent via email during the downtime were lost rather than queued to be sent later? If so, I need to let group members know. Thanks.

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J

 

Messages are the sole opinion of the author. Especially the fishy ones.

I wish I could shut up, but I can't, and I won't. - Desmond Tutu


moderated Re: Outage report #downtime

 

Never mind, it just came through! Enjoy the rest of your vacation! :)
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J

 

Messages are the sole opinion of the author. Especially the fishy ones.

I wish I could shut up, but I can't, and I won't. - Desmond Tutu


moderated Re: Outage report #downtime

 

Mark,

I sent a message via email during the downtime and it has neither come through email nor posted on the site. Am I correct in concluding that messages sent via email during the downtime were lost rather than queued to be sent later? If so, I need to let group members know. Thanks.

--
J

 

Messages are the sole opinion of the author. Especially the fishy ones.

I wish I could shut up, but I can't, and I won't. - Desmond Tutu


moderated Re: Outage report #downtime

 

Hi All,

There was a problem with the physical machine I migrated to the other night. This manifested in the site running slow last night for a couple of hours and again this afternoon. After consulting with Linode tech support, we decided the best thing to do was to move the instance to a different machine. Doing so required the Groups.io site to be taken down; we were off-line from 2:30pm to 3:18pm. The site is back up and speedy once again.

Looks like I picked the wrong week to stop sniffing glue.

Thanks, Mark


moderated Re: Time zones

 

Dave,

But it would be useful if there was an option to set the default time
zone of a group for those who never visit the web interface.
If they never visit the web interface I don't think it would matter what time zone is set for them there.

And when they do register or log-in on the website for the first time their timezone will be automatically detected and set for them.

Shal

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