Why has an admin without superadmin permissions and without the permission to “change settings” not the option to reset his password? I mean he can request a token with the email and the request URL, but it won’t work, even a superadmin can not set a new password (well I could somehow in the database with the hash function I guess but this is not the default way, right?!).
If I assign the permission “change settings” to this admin, the password reset works fine! I did not expect the permission “change settings” to include a password change.
we are just starting to use PHPList in a multi national organisation and so I see a lot of use cases, feature requests, bugs, potentional bugs, design improvements as system administrator.
I think in general that PHPList is a great tool and many people put a lot of good thoughts into it, and there are some areas, where it would only take a little stept to make a big change.
I am not always sure where to bring up these things, in the forum? On Mantis? Github? Its sometimes difficult to find out if things are already fixed or even brought up – but from a certain size of a project, I think this is just normal.
So please give me an idea where exactly to bring up things when I am not sure. I would also like to do some little improvement in the code (github with description on mantis?) is there is free time (haha)…