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IDProjectCategoryView StatusLast Update
0016950phpList 3 applicationUser Managementpublic21-11-18 21:26
Reporterlwc 
PrioritynormalSeverityminorReproducibilityalways
Status newResolutionopen 
Product Version3.0.5 
Target VersionFuture developmentsFixed in Version 
Summary0016950: A changed blacklisted address isn't re-blacklisted
DescriptionWhen you enter a blacklisted user's listing and alter their e-mail address, the new address is supposed to be blacklisted as well.

The "blacklisted: yes" statement indeed remains, but the new address isn't actually added to either the blacklist and blacklist_data tables.

It should either replace the old address in those tables or get added to them itself.
Steps To Reproduce1) Blacklist someone.
2) Enter their listing and change their address.
3) Make sure it still states "blacklisted: yes".
4) Search the new address in the blacklist and blacklist_data tables.
Additional InformationRegardless of blacklist and blacklist_data, is the new address at least not used for sending?
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michiel

12-11-13 11:59

manager   ~0052418

well, it's interesting of course. The email address may be blacklisted, but the subscriber may not. I think there's a growing need for another classification of subscribers, apart from confirmed and blacklisted.

gingerling

23-07-15 11:13

manager   ~0056518

I can imagine this is a real bug when using a foreign key - you effectively subscribe people who unsubscribed every time they change their email