#StackBounty: #software-development #email Dynamic cost payment link software

Bounty: 50

PayPal has a system where you can set up a payment link such as www.paypal.com/myaccount/17.99

And this url would send them to a site with the cost pre-filled at $17.99.

Using this, I’m able to build the links that I want to send to people in emails. The problem is, in order to pay through paypal, you have to have a paypal account. Unless they can check out as a guest, which you can’t do with these links.

I’ve tried a few other softwares including Stripe, and Square, and neither of those have that ability. Is there any payment system online where you can build URL’s with the price dynamically, and the user can send the money without creating an account…like through google, apple pay, or even inputting their credit card info directly?


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#StackBounty: #dns #email #sendmail How to configure an email-forwarding system, usable as "MX" record in DNS

Bounty: 150

Context: let’s say I have the domain example.com, but the registrar doesn’t provide an "email forward" system.

How can I configure postfix (or even a simple Python script would be better, because I could customize certain forwarding rules) to use my server of IP 1.2.3.4 as a server that only redirects every mail incoming to *@example.com ("catch-all") to myadress@gmail.com ?

The DNS record would probably be something like:

mx.example.com                   MX     mailforwarder.example.com
mailforwarder.example.com        A      1.2.3.4


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#StackBounty: #email #microsoft-outlook #office365 #exchange Outlook undeliverable on copying to different mailbox

Bounty: 50

I accces Outlook 365.

I have two accounts with 2 diff sister companies

I have created a rule to copy the relevant messages from the second inbox to the first inbox, so that they are all accessible in one place.

One issue I am facing is that for the copied mails, when I reply, it comes undeliverable

e.g. message is

Your message to IMCEAEX-_o=ExchangeLabs_ou=Exchange+20Administrative+20Group+20+28FYDIBOHF23SPDLT+29_cn=Recipients_cn=e5ba949aded34c57b3ffd7276f316a7f-xxxxxx@xxxxx.PROD.OUTLOOK.COM couldn’t be delivered.
Your email program is using outdated address information for IMCEAEX-_o=ExchangeLabs_ou=Exchange+20Administrative+20Group+20+28FYDIBOHF23SPDLT+29_cn=Recipients_cn=e5ba949aded34c57b3ffd7276f316a7f-xxxxx@xxxxx.PROD.OUTLOOK.COM.

When I see the receipient name in the mail window, and click on outlook properties, it is not correct Only display name is filled with /o=ExchangeLabs/ou=Exchange Administrative Group "/o=ExchangeLabs/ou=Exchange Administrative Group (FYDIBOHF23SPDLT)/cn=Recipients/cn=cc821ba918154595be3658baad4cbfa7-part name"

I have seen the duplicate issue but does not seem applicable to me.

This problem I am having for a long time. How Do I resolve this by keeping the copying feature intact?

Also, I am not admin, but I can convey changes suggested to admins.

Thanks for your assistance.


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#StackBounty: #email #microsoft-outlook #plugins #office-for-mac How to filter inbox based on current message's subject or sender i…

Bounty: 200

MS Outlook for Mac: 16.50

I’ve recently switched from Thunderbird to Outlook due to corporate mandate, and it’s mostly gone well. The most important capability I had with Thunderbird is the one thing that’s missing on Outlook, the ability to filter the current mailbox based on the currently highlighted email message. I did this in Thunderbird via a plug-in called Nostalgy, which is mainly used for storing messages but also had this great little capability: with a message selected, I can hit a key combo and filter the current mailbox by the subject, hit it again and filter by the sender, instead, and hit is again to clear it (I may have the order incorrect, but you get the idea). I get hundreds of emails a day, and it really helped me to manage it all.

Does anything like this exist for Outlook? I’m willing to shell out $$ for a plugin, if necessary. I can do it via built-in capabilities, but it requires using the mouse and typing a lot — a far cry from hitting a single key.

Thanks!


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#StackBounty: #email #microsoft-outlook #plugins #office-for-mac How to filter inbox based on current message's subject or sender i…

Bounty: 200

MS Outlook for Mac: 16.50

I’ve recently switched from Thunderbird to Outlook due to corporate mandate, and it’s mostly gone well. The most important capability I had with Thunderbird is the one thing that’s missing on Outlook, the ability to filter the current mailbox based on the currently highlighted email message. I did this in Thunderbird via a plug-in called Nostalgy, which is mainly used for storing messages but also had this great little capability: with a message selected, I can hit a key combo and filter the current mailbox by the subject, hit it again and filter by the sender, instead, and hit is again to clear it (I may have the order incorrect, but you get the idea). I get hundreds of emails a day, and it really helped me to manage it all.

Does anything like this exist for Outlook? I’m willing to shell out $$ for a plugin, if necessary. I can do it via built-in capabilities, but it requires using the mouse and typing a lot — a far cry from hitting a single key.

Thanks!


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#StackBounty: #email #microsoft-outlook #plugins #office-for-mac How to filter inbox based on current message's subject or sender i…

Bounty: 200

MS Outlook for Mac: 16.50

I’ve recently switched from Thunderbird to Outlook due to corporate mandate, and it’s mostly gone well. The most important capability I had with Thunderbird is the one thing that’s missing on Outlook, the ability to filter the current mailbox based on the currently highlighted email message. I did this in Thunderbird via a plug-in called Nostalgy, which is mainly used for storing messages but also had this great little capability: with a message selected, I can hit a key combo and filter the current mailbox by the subject, hit it again and filter by the sender, instead, and hit is again to clear it (I may have the order incorrect, but you get the idea). I get hundreds of emails a day, and it really helped me to manage it all.

Does anything like this exist for Outlook? I’m willing to shell out $$ for a plugin, if necessary. I can do it via built-in capabilities, but it requires using the mouse and typing a lot — a far cry from hitting a single key.

Thanks!


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#StackBounty: #email #thunderbird #calendar #lightning Thunderbird: Automatically add calendar entry from incoming email?

Bounty: 50

In Outlook and Gmail it is customary that an incoming calendar invite will be put on the calendar automatically (in an unconfirmed state).

Is there any way to get Thunderbird to do this as well? Currently, Thunderbird will only add an event to the calendar if I accept the invite or mark it as tentative.

(I am aware this could become an issue with "calendar spam", but I haven’t seen this much)


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#StackBounty: #email #microsoft-outlook #plugins #office-for-mac How to filter inbox based on current message's subject or sender i…

Bounty: 200

MS Outlook for Mac: 16.50

I’ve recently switched from Thunderbird to Outlook due to corporate mandate, and it’s mostly gone well. The most important capability I had with Thunderbird is the one thing that’s missing on Outlook, the ability to filter the current mailbox based on the currently highlighted email message. I did this in Thunderbird via a plug-in called Nostalgy, which is mainly used for storing messages but also had this great little capability: with a message selected, I can hit a key combo and filter the current mailbox by the subject, hit it again and filter by the sender, instead, and hit is again to clear it (I may have the order incorrect, but you get the idea). I get hundreds of emails a day, and it really helped me to manage it all.

Does anything like this exist for Outlook? I’m willing to shell out $$ for a plugin, if necessary. I can do it via built-in capabilities, but it requires using the mouse and typing a lot — a far cry from hitting a single key.

Thanks!


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#StackBounty: #email #microsoft-outlook #plugins #office-for-mac How to filter inbox based on current message's subject or sender i…

Bounty: 200

MS Outlook for Mac: 16.50

I’ve recently switched from Thunderbird to Outlook due to corporate mandate, and it’s mostly gone well. The most important capability I had with Thunderbird is the one thing that’s missing on Outlook, the ability to filter the current mailbox based on the currently highlighted email message. I did this in Thunderbird via a plug-in called Nostalgy, which is mainly used for storing messages but also had this great little capability: with a message selected, I can hit a key combo and filter the current mailbox by the subject, hit it again and filter by the sender, instead, and hit is again to clear it (I may have the order incorrect, but you get the idea). I get hundreds of emails a day, and it really helped me to manage it all.

Does anything like this exist for Outlook? I’m willing to shell out $$ for a plugin, if necessary. I can do it via built-in capabilities, but it requires using the mouse and typing a lot — a far cry from hitting a single key.

Thanks!


Get this bounty!!!

#StackBounty: #email #microsoft-outlook #plugins #office-for-mac How to filter inbox based on current message's subject or sender i…

Bounty: 200

MS Outlook for Mac: 16.50

I’ve recently switched from Thunderbird to Outlook due to corporate mandate, and it’s mostly gone well. The most important capability I had with Thunderbird is the one thing that’s missing on Outlook, the ability to filter the current mailbox based on the currently highlighted email message. I did this in Thunderbird via a plug-in called Nostalgy, which is mainly used for storing messages but also had this great little capability: with a message selected, I can hit a key combo and filter the current mailbox by the subject, hit it again and filter by the sender, instead, and hit is again to clear it (I may have the order incorrect, but you get the idea). I get hundreds of emails a day, and it really helped me to manage it all.

Does anything like this exist for Outlook? I’m willing to shell out $$ for a plugin, if necessary. I can do it via built-in capabilities, but it requires using the mouse and typing a lot — a far cry from hitting a single key.

Thanks!


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