[ZendTo] lock down recipient
azshane at gmail.com
Sun Oct 28 19:47:57 GMT 2018
Thanks for heads up on this. I will make a note of this for future upgrade.
On Fri, Oct 26, 2018 at 2:39 AM Jules Field via ZendTo <zendto at zend.to>
> Be careful when you upgrade in future.
> When you upgrade, apt or yum/rpm will notice that you have modified that
> It will create a new one for you (yum/rpm will call it
> You will need to make your change to the new one, then move it into place
> to overwrite the old one.
> I frequently have to change that particular template file as it's so
> The apt/yum/rpm command will tell you that it's got a new version of that
> particular file. But it tends to output rather a lot anyway, so it's very
> easy to miss the line that tells you about this file.
> On 25/10/2018 23:54, Shane via ZendTo wrote:
> Thank you. That worked great.
> On Thu, Oct 25, 2018 at 4:07 AM Jules Field via ZendTo <zendto at zend.to>
>> On 24/10/2018 20:51, Shane via ZendTo wrote:
>> I've just finished installing zend.to
>> in my centos 7. is it possible
>> to lock down the users who login to send files to one particular
>> recipient, not be able to add any other email address? I browsed through
>> preferences.php and couldn't find any reference to it unless I missed
>> Not currently, no.
>> You could hard-wire into the template
>> /opt/zendto/templates/new_dropoff.tpl like this:
>> * Right near the top, put your fixed recipient info into the variables "
>> presetToName" and "presetToEmail".
>> * Search for 'id="addRecipients"'. Add to that <a> tag an attribute '
>> That would stop it appearing, which may be enough for your needs.
>> Also is it possible to lock down to allow only Excel files to be uploaded?
>> No. There's pretty much no way of *reliably* detecting that a file is an
>> Excel file.
>> And don't suggest *.xls or *.xlsx. Then people just rename their
>> p**n/w*r*z before sending it.
>> thanks i
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