[buddypress-trac] [BuddyPress] #3971: Private messaging sends to multiple users automatically

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Wed Jun 27 01:58:58 UTC 2012

#3971: Private messaging sends to multiple users automatically
 Reporter:  minminloveislonely  |       Owner:  DJPaul
     Type:  enhancement         |      Status:  reopened
 Priority:  normal              |   Milestone:  Future Release
Component:  Messaging           |     Version:  1.6-beta
 Severity:  major               |  Resolution:
 Keywords:  reporter-feedback   |
Changes (by minminloveislonely):

 * version:  1.5.6 => 1.6-beta
 * type:  defect (bug) => enhancement


 Hi Boone,

 Thanks very much. After reading your previous messages again and checking
 the installation, I find it's getting much better, because as you assumed,
 the message isn't sent to the person other than the intended recipient,
 even though it's displayed like that. The rest is not important, but I
 would like to answer you those questions anyway:

 1. Are the only occurring in the case of certain kinds of senders? Certain
 recipients? Certain kinds of message content? Is the PM itself "random",
 or is it the extra recipient who is "random"? Is there a pattern to who
 gets added to the recipient lists?

 Not only occurs to a certain kinds of senders, or recipients, or messages,
 and only the extra recipient is random. The rest is not random.

 2. Have you verified that the "random" user listed here (Noax) can
 actually view the message when logging in? That is - is this a bug with
 the message being sent to the wrong people, or a bug in the code that
 displays recipients? (Because of the blank space, I suspect the latter,
 which is at least a less serious issue.)

 The random user doesn't receive the message, so it only displays the
 random recipient, which is a less serious issue, right.

 You're a smart guy, Boone. I'm well impressed by your patience, attention
 to detail, and analytical thinking.

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