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|0017550||phplist application||Bounce Management||public||28-11-14 15:08||06-07-15 18:04|
|Target Version||3.0.X||Fixed in Version||3.2.0|
|Summary||0017550: Advance bounce handling is inconsistent|
|Description||In phplist 3 the way that advanced bounce handling is presented is inconsistent.|
In phplist 2 if USE_ADVANCED_BOUNCEHANDLING was 0 then bounce rules did not appear in the user interface. If it was set to 1 then rules could be created and were processed by processbounces.
In phplist 3, when USE_ADVANCED_BOUNCEHANDLING is 0 the Bounce Rules page can be accessed through the menu Config > Bounce rules, or System > Manage bounces, and bounce rules created. But processbounces does not process the rules, which is inconsistent and unexpected. If the rules can be created then they should be processed.
I suggest either hiding certain menu items when USE_ADVANCED_BOUNCEHANDLING is 0, so that there is no mention of bounce rules.
Or, preferably, remove USE_ADVANCED_BOUNCEHANDLING as an option and always allow and process bounce rules.
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|Hmm, yes. I think it's time we pulled the advanced bounce handling into the mainstream. I will opt for removal of the flag.|
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