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#1

How about adding the ability to switch which queue a request is in when
replying to a ticket?

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#2

How about adding the ability to switch which queue a request is in when
replying to a ticket?

Will be fixed in 2.0. You might eventually try to hack lib/rt/ui/web/* if
you need it immediately.

Tobias Brox
aka TobiX
+47 22 925 871


#3

Can be done today using the email interfaces.On Wed, May 03, 2000 at 06:03:18PM +0200, Tobias Brox wrote:

How about adding the ability to switch which queue a request is in when
replying to a ticket?

Will be fixed in 2.0. You might eventually try to hack lib/rt/ui/web/* if
you need it immediately.


Tobias Brox
aka TobiX
+47 22 925 871


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