Adding collaborative photos to subfolders would be a complex operation, both for the sender and jAlbum. The sender would need to provide the full path to the subfolder in question and jAlbum would need to parse that programmatically at the same time as differentiating it from the comments attached to the photo. Is it something that you think would be nice or something you think necessary?
Thank you for your suggestion. We're looking into this. If supported, I suggest that the title of such emails be of the format:
and that all attached images in such mail goes inside the same sub folder. (I can say that support for sub folders is already implemented on the client side, but has to be added to the server side too)
After several tests, folders and subfolders are perfectly managed. If the subfolder does not exist, it is created. Perfect
The only problem I have is that the captions added to the photos is not included. I've probably made a mistake by entering the legends, but after several tries, I can not find
here is what I did
File1, email send with pics and comments
File2, answer from album server
File3, Result on my Jalbum Software
Hi In my case, for the comment, it doesn't work, even with only one picture. Thanks
Strange... The server log indicates that the captions are injected into your images. And I even tried sending your images to my album using your captions (if there is a problem with your jpegs or the French texts), and they all have caption when they arrive...
The only thing I can't check are the images after the captions have been injected. Can you email the images again to your album with captions, but not let jAlbum fetch them, so I can check them while they are in your inbox?
Would it be worth you setting up a collaborative test album, then users can send them to you for controlled testing?
I (email@example.com) have actually one album called "Collaborative" that I use for testing, but you could use that too.
I'm checking the issue you are having with the captions, and that is clearly a server issue. There are a lot of ways to email a text with attached photos, so it's tricky to cover all cases. And yours is one I haven't covered...
But if you send me two photos with captions to my "Collaborative" album, I can do some tests. You might get multiple email replies while I run the tests. Just ignore them....