On Fri, Apr 01 2016, Mike Morris <m...@musicplace.com> wrote: >> There's no track of which e-mails a ticket as been sent to. When you put >> a list of addresses, DL just composes a list of emails and sends them in >> one go for you, nothing fancy. > > Actually, that's pretty fancy compared to what I was doing :-)
The "fanciest" option is really the Thunderbird extension: https://www.thregr.org/~wavexx/software/dl/thunderbird.html [just posting here in case you missed it] I rarely use the web interface myself. >> But there's one catch. When creating the ticket, the password is known >> and is generally included in the email. >> >> When editing a ticket, the password is no longer known to DL. > That's a big problem... security vs convenience, again!!! > > How much trouble would it be to store the ticket password encrypted with > same algo as user passwords? The password is hashed for both, so you can only check whether it matches against the user/ticket, but you cannot recover it. > * Resending essentially identical emails... (copy the URL definitely > works; I can copy/paste the comments too... so this is just a "nice > to have" now that I think about it) > * Being able to get a list of addresses to which a ticket has been sent Just curious here: why do you need to resend? I understand if you missed one address, but from the above I feel there's something more going on.