Forwarding Emails to DII

#1
Not really JPA related but wasn't sure where else to put this. I've heard that you can forward emails from your civi account to your DII account and vice versa. Is this true and if yes, how do you do it?
 
#2
Yes

Either send it to your personal E-mail, ie Tom.jones666@mod.uk or your role address, some of your e-mails may be quarantined for 24 hours dependent on content, however, I have always received mine.
 
#4
I never seem to get any of my emails between my civi accounts (both yahoo and armynet) and Dii. Do you have to send messages as a forwarded email?
 
#5
I never seem to get any of my emails between my civi accounts (both yahoo and armynet) and Dii. Do you have to send messages as a forwarded email?
I have no problems, however, you need to ensure if you are sending to your roe account that it is a full E-mail address ie 1BLANKS-RAO-Detcomd@mod.uk, if you are sending from DII to civvie you need the release phrase at the start also
 
#6
If you are sending from DII to civvy, you need to put in the subject box 'Release-authorised:' so it will reach you.
 
#8
If you are sending from DII to civvy, you need to put in the subject box 'Release-authorised:' so it will reach you.
So that is the magic key for leaking. What happens if you play with release-* ie the hounds, to the press, instant sunshine on Bradford...


Doing it with a finger or two,eyes scrunched a bit near the screen, trying to make sure I don't make a mess or mistake in the process.
 
#9
Not really JPA related but wasn't sure where else to put this. I've heard that you can forward emails from your civi account to your DII account and vice versa. Is this true and if yes, how do you do it?
Do you have access to the intERnet from DII? If you haven't, all the above won't work. Either because you have an 'Occasional' DII account without EGS (internet access) rather than a 'Standard' account with EGS, or you haven't electronically signed SYOPS in the last 6 months.
 
#10
So that is the magic key for leaking. What happens if you play with release-* ie the hounds, to the press, instant sunshine on Bradford...


Doing it with a finger or two,eyes scrunched a bit near the screen, trying to make sure I don't make a mess or mistake in the process.
It's bounced back at you with a message that says it is undeliverable, and a handy reminder of the correct phrase. It's automated, so won't get the humour.
 
#11
Do you have access to the intERnet from DII? If you haven't, all the above won't work. Either because you have an 'Occasional' DII account without EGS (internet access) rather than a 'Standard' account with EGS, or you haven't electronically signed SYOPS in the last 6 months.
Not true. E-mails don't require the user to have internet access on their account to be capable of being sent outwith the intranet.
 
#16
Not true. E-mails don't require the user to have internet access on their account to be capable of being sent outwith the intranet.
In that case my humblest apelogies. Every day is a school day.

I shall re-educate myself and my AD forthwith. :) (seriously)
 
#17
This is true, you only need EGS Gateway to bugger around on the internet.
Has that changed recently? Because you certainly used to need EGS to send/receive external emails.

On a side note, the chap that mentioned every email comes with Release-Authorised -this is probably because the user has set up a macro to do this, it's frowned upon by the SPOC because when you send something Release-Authorised to an internal (DII) address from an internal address it actually still goes external which is supposedly less secure. Interesting fact of the day!
 
#18
Has that changed recently? Because you certainly used to need EGS to send/receive external emails....
To my knowledge, ever since I've had a dii e-mail address, those without internet access could still send external e-mails. What I have experienced is group privileges being managed on a unit basis so that, whilst doing sensitive stuff, only a limited number of people can send e-mails externally. Perhaps your system administrator put all the people he didn't like in one big group and removed that privilege.
 
#20
Has that changed recently? Because you certainly used to need EGS to send/receive external emails.

On a side note, the chap that mentioned every email comes with Release-Authorised -this is probably because the user has set up a macro to do this, it's frowned upon by the SPOC because when you send something Release-Authorised to an internal (DII) address from an internal address it actually still goes external which is supposedly less secure. Interesting fact of the day!
The only thing ive done is send/receive internal emails, add contacts, and put things on the calender. Infact, when I type my name into the user search I have 2 profiles apparently. One as a Rifleman, the other as craftsman! Same locations and unit, but differant regi numbers and ranks!
 

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