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I think being able to email directly to a project or task is a wonderful improvement, and we have been using it since it has been released.Some of our automation on our servers will send a notification out to an email alias. That alias is managed by Google (apps for business) via their "groups" settings in email. We would typically have the group expand to: email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com. Then those assigned as responsible for Task 1 would get tickled and go handle whatever it is the automation reported -- and it would all be logged for posterity in that task. However now we are a bit stymied. Recently, it seems that the El' Goog will no longer allow the "+" character in an email address -- so we can not create any more of these proxy email addresses. Obviously I can hard-code the task-X addresses, as well as additional destinations, into my processes, but that's not terribly extendible.Any thoughts here, aside from asking the wonderful Timetask folks to allow the use of a different email delimiter - such as a "-", which is allowed?
dkenzik, Wanted to let you know that we launched a release today that will allow emails to include the dash as the delimiter. So now the email address can be formatted as task-1234@ or request-321@ and Intervals will read it in and process it.
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