Should you wonder why keyDown-Events don't fire in a Webbrowser, when that Browser runs in a VM in Parallels, don't look any further than this forum post.
The Workaround ist to edit the
config.pvs file and set
1 instead of
0. To edit the File on a Mac, find the File for your VM, right click it and "show package contents", then edit the file.
Assuming you're on UNIX:
Via the router you can divert messages to a given account to an external program. The external program must reside in a special folder which is configured in the CGPro Webadmin.
So first configure the Directory for Applications with the Webadmin
Settings -> Pipe -> Application Directory
Set it to /var/CommuniGate
Set the Timeout to 2 Minutes.
Now we need to generate a little program which accepts the message as input and then pipes it to a file. We will use perl as the language of choice here.
Create the following file: /var/CommuniGate/pipeit.pl
and fill in this code:
##### COPY HERE
print OUTLOG $_;
#### END COPY HERE
Save the file and then make it executable:
chmod +x /var/CommuniGate/pipeit.pl
Now we have everything we need in place and just need to setup an appropriate ROUTER-Entry in
Webadmin -> Settings -> Router
Add something like this:
This should already be it and every message send to noreply should be piped to /var/CommuniGate/pipe.out
Of course even easier is just setting up normal mbox email account which also somehow is just a textfile - only it is accessible via POP/IMAP... ;-)