[Zope] Product Question :: How are support emails handled?

Peter Bengtsson mail@peterbe.com
Mon, 23 Jun 2003 03:16:20 +0100

Has exactly what you need. It uses POP3 only.
However, once an email has been sent in, that sender will have to use 
the web interface for further correspondance. This might change soon.

There is unfortunatly no good How-to on how to use the POP3 features, 
but if you install it and click the "POP3" tab it will hopefully be obvious.

There's a commercial piece of software called mailmanager which might be 
more proffessional. Also Zope I think.


Kevin Gill wrote:

> We have a small site, which generates about 10-20 support emails a day. These
> are either technical 'I can't remember my password', business 'please send me
> an application form', or Ezine related.
> Basically, three different people handle these emails at three locations.
> Currently we triplicate the email and forward it to all three participants,
> assuming that we as responsible adults will process the messages we are
> responsible for.
> I would like to have some form of package which would handle these mails, and
> keep track i.e. know that every email was processed. Ideally, such a system
> would also support entering our telephone issues and some simple, template
> responses.
> My question is ... what package are people using to track their support
> emails? Is there some super package that has sorted this all out years ago?
> I was directed to a package called perldesk, which has most of the
> functionality I require. However, it is CGI/perl based. Personally, I would
> prefer something Zope based.
> Thanks in advance for any feedback.
> Kevin Gill
> MovieExtra.ie Support
> http://www.movieextras.ie
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