w-sky reacted to jamieburchell in Wrong from address in automatic email
Please can I request that the Revive team take another look at this, as it's still an issue today.
I already took the step to force an envelope sender address:
php_value[sendmail_path] = /usr/sbin/sendmail -t -i -email@example.com
But if you see, it's the other from address that is getting set/mangled by Revive:
To: "Administrator" <team@xxx>
Subject: Impending campaign expiration: XXX
From: "n" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
X-Original-Authentication-Results: mx.google.com; dkim=pass
email@example.com header.s=krs header.b="b/nn6hqL"; spf=pass
(google.com: domain of firstname.lastname@example.org designates XXX as
permitted sender) email@example.com
Line in maillog:
Sep 12 00:05:03 x postfix/cleanup: 9F27F4696CC: prepend: header From: "n" <n> from local; from=<firstname.lastname@example.org>: X-Mailgun-Native-Send: true
In my Revive config:
[ email ] (without spaces)
Further, all of my Advertisers have email addresses and names configured.
I think there's at least one potential issue in the Email.php file:
What happens if $aConf['email']['useManagerDetails'] is false? $aFromDetails does not get defined but is used further down.
w-sky reacted to Erik Geurts in Why can I link zones at campaigns and banners?
If you link a campaign to a zone, all the banners in that campaign that have the same dimensions as the zone will automatically be linked to the zone. If you add a new banner of those same dimensions to the campaign later, it will automatically be linked to the zone as well. As such, linking campaigns to zones is the most efficient, and I would recommend always doing that. No need to link the banners too.
However, sometimes you do not want each banner in that campaign linked to a zone, just one or a few specific ones. In that case, you shouldn't link the entire campaign, but just the banners you actually need, to that zone.
w-sky reacted to Erik Geurts in Getting blank screen / error 500 instead of update wizard
When a 500 error occurs, Apache (or whatever webserver software you use) will log the cause of that error. I recommend reviewing the error log or discussing this with your hosting provider or sysadmin. Once the cause of the error has been fixed, you should be good to go again.
w-sky reacted to Ian vM in Getting blank screen / error 500 instead of update wizard
Try editing your config file in the "var/" folder.
The part which says "mysql" to "mysqli" at the following section :