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|ID||Project||Category||View Status||Date Submitted||Last Update|
|0004698||SOGo||Web Preferences||public||2019-03-05 04:28||2019-10-01 15:55|
|Fixed in Version||4.1.0|
|Summary||0004698: Not able to set a single-day vacation message|
There's no way to set a single-day vacation message because "end date" must be > "start date".
Suppose you'll be out of office on 2019-04-15, so want to set an autoreply for that single day only (2019-04-15 00:00 --> 2019-04-15 23:59).
In the web interface, once you set 2019-04-15 as "start date", you're not allowed to set the same date as "end date", so you can only insert 2019-04-16.
Once you save the message, this is the generated .sieve script:
|Steps To Reproduce|
The date range includes two full days (15 and 16 of April) instead of a single one.
Is there anything missing in my report?
More than 4 months and not a single reply.
I've done my best to investigate the issue and propose a fix... but nothing, this bug is still unassigned :(
Related bug: 0004791
Additionally it is not possible to select the current day, today, for start or end date.
If your Sieve server doesn't include the "date" capability, we rely on the sogo-tool cronjob to activate or deactivate the vacation autoreply. Therefore, we'll continue to don't allow the autoreply to be set on the current day. We could eventually allow it when the Sieve server has the date extension.
|2019-03-05 04:28||nicorac||New Issue|
|2019-03-20 03:51||nicorac||Note Added: 0013480|
|2019-07-09 17:38||nicorac||Tag Attached: vacation|
|2019-07-09 17:40||nicorac||Note Added: 0013663|
|2019-07-29 03:45||nicorac||Note Added: 0013681|
|2019-07-29 03:45||nicorac||Note Edited: 0013681|
|2019-10-01 10:33||woffs||Note Added: 0013793|
|2019-10-01 15:50||francis||Changeset attached||=> sogo master 93269539|
|2019-10-01 15:50||francis||Assigned To||=> francis|
|2019-10-01 15:50||francis||Resolution||open => fixed|
|2019-10-01 15:55||francis||Note Added: 0013794|
|2019-10-01 15:55||francis||Status||new => resolved|
|2019-10-01 15:55||francis||Fixed in Version||=> 4.1.0|