Commit 58337909 authored by rswindell's avatar rswindell
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New feature: similar to setting New User's new-msg-scan initial values (days of

messages), you can now set the Guest accounts new-msg-scan values. The default
is 0 (no new messages).
parent 2bc211ec
......@@ -803,6 +803,7 @@ void msg_opts()
sprintf(opt[i++],"%-33.33s%s","Users Can View Deleted Messages"
,cfg.sys_misc&SM_USRVDELM ? "Yes" : cfg.sys_misc&SM_SYSVDELM
? "Sysops Only":"No");
sprintf(opt[i++],"%-33.33s%hu","Days of New Messages for Guest", cfg.guest_msgscan_init);
strcpy(opt[i++],"Extra Attribute Codes...");
opt[i][0]=0;
uifc.helpbuf=
......@@ -1163,6 +1164,21 @@ void msg_opts()
}
break;
case 16:
uifc.helpbuf=
"`Days of New Messages for Guest:`\n"
"\n"
"This option allows you to set the number of days worth of messages\n"
"which will be included in a Guest login's `new message scan`.\n"
"\n"
"The value `0` means there will be `no` new messages for the Guest account.\n"
;
sprintf(str,"%hu",cfg.guest_msgscan_init);
uifc.input(WIN_SAV|WIN_MID,0,0
,"Days of New Messages for Guest's new message scan"
,str,4,K_EDIT|K_NUMBER);
cfg.guest_msgscan_init=atoi(str);
break;
case 17:
uifc.helpbuf=
"`Extra Attribute Codes...`\n"
"\n"
......
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