#1 November 27, 2013 12:40pm

andreakaye316
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Registered: August 26, 2013
Posts: 3

User permissions /Daily digest issue

We have a directory set up for users to practice their BigTree skills in (/training). This directory is hidden from search and we set all users as publishers to this directory when they are added to the CMS.

Today a whole lot of people received a Daily Digest notification asking for them to approve content in /training (even though the content was submitted by another publisher). Until now, they have not received any Daily Digests. None of the users have Content Alerts set up for /training.

The only anomaly I can find is that the page in question was set to expire.

Any reason you can think of why there would be publisher-to-publisher notifications sent due to this? (We plan to unsubscribe most of these users from daily digest in the near future, but wanted to bring this to your attention considering most of them have been users since September and they received their first digest today).

Thanks in advance (Ben and Tim?).

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#2 November 27, 2013 12:44pm

andreakaye316
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Registered: August 26, 2013
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Re: User permissions /Daily digest issue

It also appears that the pages are duplicated in the digest (i.e. there is only one page from Martin Breth and one page from Mary-Michael Vance in our queue). Here is a screen shot of the digest: http://apps.cord.edu/assets/email/test- … 9%20AM.png and one of our actual queu (now that Chase's posts are approved): http://apps.cord.edu/assets/email/test- … 7%20AM.png

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#3 November 27, 2013 1:06pm

timbuckingham
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From: Baltimore, MD
Registered: April 2, 2012
Posts: 932

Re: User permissions /Daily digest issue

Not sure about the duplicates, but the behavior of who gets notices is correct.

Basically, anyone with the authority to publish a change that is pending will receive a daily digest email alerting them that the change is pending. Content Alerts only apply to content age notices going out.

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