Dan Michael O. Heggø

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    0 comments  ·  Alma » Fulfillment  ·  Admin →
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    Dan Michael O. Heggø commented  · 

    Oh goodness, it's really weird that you cannot do exact searches with an identifier field like alma.authority_id.

    Some indices support ==, but it seems a bit random which ones: https://bibsys.alma.exlibrisgroup.com/view/sru/47BIBSYS_NETWORK?version=1.2&operation=explain

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    Dan Michael O. Heggø commented  · 

    Checked the SpamAssassin score from our university e-mail provider for some of the e-mails from Alma and thought I could share it with you. It's quite bad. The spam score is a sum of points you get for triggering different rules. If the sum is higher than 5, an e-mail is considered spam. We get 2.2 points for triggering MIME_HTML_ONLY and 2.2 points for MPART_ALT_DIFF, so that's 4.4 points just because there is no plain-text alternative, which is what this Ideas Exchange idea is about.

    That leaves us with almost no room for other mistakes. The default e-mails embed a logo image, but spammers also love to use images to encode their message, since it's harder for spam filters to understand. If the ratio of text content to image content in an e-mail is too small, it's therefore considered a spam signal: the HTML_IMAGE_ONLY_28 rule adds 2.8 points for many of our shorter e-mails.

    Oh, and not to say we get an additional 2.2 points for triggering TO_NO_BRKTS_HTML_IMG, because the e-mails contain one image AND did not include the recipient's name in the To: header (the latter is another thing Ex Libris should fix).

    Given the current baseline spam-score of the e-mails from Alma, there's not much we can do but remove the logo from all e-mails. Unfortunately, removing it from the XSLT does not stop it from being attached, so TO_NO_BRKTS_HTML_IMG is still triggered.

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    Dan Michael O. Heggø commented  · 

    Second the idea of Maya, that is, having an option to not send the letter when renewing items.

    We would still like the letter to be sent through the scheduled job.

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    Dan Michael O. Heggø commented  · 

    GraphQL is becoming more and more popular as an alternative to REST. That would be a great way to solve this!

    Dan Michael O. Heggø commented  · 

    Is transfer time really an issue? On a reasonable fast network, the main issue is not the transfer time, but the time it takes the servers to generate the response.

    I think it's more important to improve server side caching to reduce the Time To First Byte. Adding more options make caching harder on the other hand.

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    Dan Michael O. Heggø commented  · 

    Ideally this would also include the translations. Maintaining translations and keeping them in sync with the xsl files is quite a chore now.

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