send eMail for logged in users only
Currently, Primo can be used to send spam via the sendTo in the details tab. Anyone can send a message to everyone. Sending E-Mail should be possible for loggedIn users only. Indeed, there is a google reCaptcha service, but activating it is yet not acceptable due to data protection policy issues of many universities.
NERS 8185, open for voting now.
Peta Hopkins commented
+1 - at very least logged in users should be spared the captcha, even if it remains for guest users
Luigi Siciliano commented
This rather old idea is still a very good one. reCaptcha is annoying and has issues with privacy policies. Forcing a registration for this feature would make the option safer without the need of any reCaptcha step.
> Use the logged in users e-mail address in the From field of the sent e-mail
@ExLibris: while you're working on it: sending an email via the email icon should trigger a confirmation message.
NERS 7305, open for voting now.
'User email included in Send-to Action email'
Daniel Sandbecker commented
This is still troublesome.
Currently our Primo Instance allows anyone to anonymously send a reference to anyone else, and a logged in user to anonymously send a reference and a message to anyone else.
To prevent abuse both of the following steps need to be taken by Ex Libris:
1. Trigger a login if a user that is not logged in clicks the share by E-mail button.
2. Use the logged in users e-mail address in the From field of the sent e-mail.