BugTracker.NET 3.4.7

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Released: Dec 19, 2010
Updated: Dec 19, 2010 by ctrager
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Release Notes

  • This release contains an experimental feature, the ability to fetch
email from a pop3 server using a thread spawned from the ASP.NET app
instead of using a standalone service. You configure the settings
using Web.config, using the keys that start with "Pop3", instead of
using btnet_service.exe.config.

If you try this feature, please send me feedback. Even if you feedback
is just, "it works". Thanks.

I tried this at my demo site on a shared host at GoDaddy.com, but it
doesn't work: It conflicts with Microsoft's default "Medium Trust"
setting and even GoDaddy's relaxed version of it.

Read more about this feature in Web.config, witht he settings whose
names start with "Pop3".

As part of creating this feature I heavily revised insert_bug.aspx, so
that the two ways of handling incoming emails could share code.
Hopefully I didn't break anything, but I wanted folks to know that
there is a bit more risk with this release.

Other changes:
  • If you have created a "btnetcssfor_email.css" file, the logic now
looks for the file in the "custom" folder. This is to work around
a Medium Trust issue at GoDaddy.
  • "LdapUserDistinguishedName" now supports multiple values, seperated
by "|" chars.
  • Better handling of email addresses in general, I hope, but
specifically, email addresses with umlauts. Thanks to Jörgen Sjöholm
(umlauts!) for help with this.
  • New Web.config setting "AutoReplyUseHtmlEmailFormat". The default
value should work fine, no need to chaneg it.
  • The screen capture utility's yellow marker's color/opacity is
better, the way it should be. This is a small detail that probably
only matters to me, as a programmer, but it was really bothering
me; I spent about 4 hours on it.

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