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icon5.gif   CSS for HTML Mails, posted by Daniel Pfuhl on Wed Jan 22 16:10:51 2020 
    icon2.gif   Re: CSS for HTML Mails, posted by Stefan Ritt on Wed Jan 22 16:35:47 2020 
       icon2.gif   Re: CSS for HTML Mails, posted by Daniel Pfuhl on Wed Jan 22 17:32:39 2020 
          icon2.gif   Re: CSS for HTML Mails, posted by Stefan Ritt on Wed Jan 22 19:30:41 2020 
             icon2.gif   Re: CSS for HTML Mails, posted by Daniel Pfuhl on Tue Apr 21 09:13:45 2020 
Message ID: 69083     Entry time: Wed Jan 22 19:30:41 2020     In reply to: 69082     Reply to this: 69143
Icon: Reply  Author: Stefan Ritt  Author Email: stefan.ritt@psi.ch 
Category: Request  OS: Linux | Windows | Mac OSX | All | Other  ELOG Version: 3.1.4 
Subject: Re: CSS for HTML Mails 

a04faf9f is pretty old: https://bitbucket.org/ritt/elog/commits/a04faf9fa9ca74657240cdc827bd2d0ae48a9df1

It's from September 2018, where the change with the CSS has been made on Decemb er 2018. You have to pull the current version from the git repository and recompile the program yourself.

/Stefan

Daniel Pfuhl wrote:

Hmm, I'm pretty sure that we are on the latest version already.

We use ELOG V3.1.4-a04faf9f

I downloaded a fresh install binary for Windows and compared the checksums:

SHA256: 0A98485134E0D43959CB6734F977B02DC9FA884D6994CE3BA141664451FDA5E5
SHA256: 0A98485134E0D43959CB6734F977B02DC9FA884D6994CE3BA141664451FDA5E5

same same.

Or do I have to change to config in order to include the CSS in the HTML?

regards,

 

daniel

 

Stefan Ritt wrote:

The CSS has been embedded in the email end of 2018, so just upgrade your server.

https://bitbucket.org/ritt/elog/commits/5165daf35cc1fb066071827719079fe0c9aa5ffb

/Stefan

Daniel Pfuhl wrote:

Hi there,

we extensively use Logbuch as a change documentation platform.

E-Mail notifications for new entries are very important for us.

Since we store sensible data in our logbooks the server is protected by a firewall.

After the firewall was activated the HTML mails are not rendered by the Outlook Mail clients we use - when they are located in an "external" net behind the firewall. I assume that's because of the css stylesheet which is linked in the source code of the HTML mail.

Is there any chance to include the CSS information in the HTML code? Otherwise we would need to make the CSS accessable from anywhere which requires in turn that the path of the CSS file can be customized.

Any idea how to solved this issue?

Best regards,

daniel

 

 

 

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