[JIRA] Updated: (WEB-1440) Email-IM settings can be changed by anyone

Ariu Arai (JIRA) no-reply at lindenlab.cascadeo.com
Mon Jan 25 09:37:31 PST 2010


     [ http://jira.secondlife.com/browse/WEB-1440?page=com.atlassian.jira.plugin.system.issuetabpanels:all-tabpanel ]

Ariu Arai updated WEB-1440:
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    Description: 
This issue is rather plain and simple.

If you receive an offline IM from someone, and you reply to it via email, they can take the "To stop receiving these emails, log in to Second Life and uncheck "Send IM
 to Email" in the General tab of the Preferences window or visit" URL you receive and change your send IM-Email option. They do need your password and the URL's take a week to expire. They can also be used more than once.

Usually in mail clients you can simply remove the original text when replying to an email, but that's not always the option in the mobile versions, like GMail for the BlackBerry.

What I am proposing is that the 'Change IM-Email' options *require* the user to login, that way recipients can't shut off my IM-Email settings whenever they feel like it. That, or just completely remove it.

  was:
This issue is rather plain and simple.

If you receive an offline IM from someone, and you reply to it via email, they can take the _To stop receiving these emails, log in to Second Life and uncheck "Send IM
 to Email" in the General tab of the Preferences window or visit: (URL here)_ URL you receive and change your send IM-Email option. They do need your password and the URL's take a week to expire. They can also be used more than once.

Usually in mail clients you can simply remove the original text when replying to an email, but that's not always the option in the mobile versions, like GMail for the BlackBerry.

What I am proposing is that the 'Change IM-Email' options *require* the user to login, that way recipients can't shut off my IM-Email settings whenever they feel like it. That, or just completely remove it.


> Email-IM settings can be changed by anyone
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>
>                 Key: WEB-1440
>                 URL: http://jira.secondlife.com/browse/WEB-1440
>             Project: 3. Second Life Website - WEB
>          Issue Type: Bug
>          Components: secondlife.com
>            Reporter: Ariu Arai
>            Priority: Major
>
> This issue is rather plain and simple.
> If you receive an offline IM from someone, and you reply to it via email, they can take the "To stop receiving these emails, log in to Second Life and uncheck "Send IM
>  to Email" in the General tab of the Preferences window or visit" URL you receive and change your send IM-Email option. They do need your password and the URL's take a week to expire. They can also be used more than once.
> Usually in mail clients you can simply remove the original text when replying to an email, but that's not always the option in the mobile versions, like GMail for the BlackBerry.
> What I am proposing is that the 'Change IM-Email' options *require* the user to login, that way recipients can't shut off my IM-Email settings whenever they feel like it. That, or just completely remove it.

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