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|ID||Project||Category||View Status||Date Submitted||Last Update|
|0001415||Main CAcert Website||account administration||public||2016-06-29 21:13||2016-06-29 21:13|
|Platform||Main CAcert Website||OS||N/A|
|Product Version||2015 Q3|
|Summary||0001415: treat deleted emails like free emails in email disputes functionality|
|Description||The email dispute does not destinguish if emails of locked accounts are marked as deleted or not. This leads to a notice to support that someone tried to dispute a dispute from a blocked account and possibly other activites.|
As soon as an email is deleted in an account it can be added to another account. So the email dispute functionality should come to the same conclusion, that there is no need for an email dispute on that email. Regardless if the original account is blocked or not.
A deleted email address should be treated like a free email address in any situation. (Which is the case everywhere else.)
Please add a check for deletion of the email address to at least that part of the email dispute functionality.
|Steps To Reproduce||1. Add an email to an account. |
2. Delete that email and block that account. Alternatively just delete the account (which will do both).
3. dispute that email from another account.
|Additional Information||This bug was added based on a ruling in arbitration case a20160621.1. For details consult the according case file:|
It could be sensible to check domain disputs for comparable issues.
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|Test Instructions||Try to do an email dispute on a deleted email. There should not be a notice send to support or one of the members as if the email would be part of the old account. For blocked and unblocked accounts. Aly verify dispute none-deleted email addresses|