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Topic # 111855 16-Nov-2012 20:46
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email notification link formatting borken for a while now..

example:

[edit: remove pointless example]

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  Reply # 718488 16-Nov-2012 20:48
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Yes happening for me as well.

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Reply # 718490 16-Nov-2012 20:50
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ok, that didn't work i'm just making a dork of myself..

check the links in the notification email...

pasting them to the forum causes them to be parsed correctly.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 718493 16-Nov-2012 20:55
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Yes I've had this problem for a while too.

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  Reply # 718496 16-Nov-2012 20:59
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This was happening for five minutes while we implemented changes to improve security.

They should all be normal again.




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Reply # 718497 16-Nov-2012 20:59
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Was someone making doughnuts in the basement today?

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Reply # 718499 16-Nov-2012 21:01
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resolved. : )

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  Reply # 718500 16-Nov-2012 21:02
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Actually... After I posted about the XSS vulnerability on NZ Herald I thought of something else and decided to test. While testing the same routine was used by the email notification - until I had it fixed.




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