Support for Linchpin Theme
When I use Mail Page and the Linchpin Theme, I want the mails to look like my Linchpin!
Ability to pull banner color from the Global Color Scheme by default instead of space color scheme
Mail Page pulls the email banner color from the Space Color Scheme even though the plugin is set to use the 'site logo.' It would be helpful to have the option to default all emails to the Global Color Scheme for standardization. We also have a theming plugin that mail page doesn't pull from. We have to manually disable the theme in each space and set the desired color for the email banner, then re-enable our theming plugin. This could be solved if defaulting to the global color scheme was an option.
Remove Created by and Last Edited/Modified
For our purposes its not necessary to broadcast who created or last modified the content. We'd like to prevent an influx of communication to the specific creator/modifier as these are more of a newsletter type share.
Preview of the email before sending
Lets you see how your email will look like before actually sending it. Of course, the email client of any recipient will display content differently. Some email clients work better than others with HTML emails
Draw.io diagrams are not included in the mail page functionality
Please include the draw.io diagrams to mail page functionality.
Restriction to a single Confluence area
Setting possibility to use Mail Page Plugin only for a certain space. The "other" areas should still be able to use the standard share function of Confluence.
Mail Page use without Open Relay
627/5000 Good day everybody, We use Mail Page to send newsletters. These newsletters are supposed to be sent to the recipient from a specific email address. e.g. Newsletter@domain.de But we do not want that you can choose a sender as you like. Could one not maintain a list in the admin area, which are maximally searchable? e.g: NewsletterA@domain.de NewsletterB@domain.de NewsletterC@domain.de etc ... In the mail header would then have to stand From: <NewsletterA@domain.com> Reply-To: <EmailConfluenceUser@domain.com> Sender: <ServiceAccountConfluence@domain.com> What do you think of this idea?