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Up until this last weekend the external BIOS forum email messages had a "BIOS forum:" at the beginning of the email subject. This allowed for easy filtering into an Outlook folder. This subject tag is now gone, and there doesn't seem to be any way to identify these messages for filtering. The internal BIOS forum continues to have the "[INT - BIOS Forum]" tag. I don't see issues with any of the other forums I'm subscribed to, only the external BIOS forum. Is this a known issue? Can the subject tag be added back for the external BIOS forum ASAP?Thanks,Scott
This is a known issue which we are aware of and are working to resolve.
Foe - Texas Instruments WW Community Program Manager
This should now be resolved. Let us know if you experience any more issues.
FoeLet us know if you experience any more issues.
The MSP430 forum has a really long forum name. It is leading the mail subject, so the thread title (the part of interest) follows so far to the 'right' that it usually won't fit into the subject line display and gets truncated or needs scrolling or such.Couldn't the forum title in mail notifications be truncated? something like [MSP430] or [E2E - MSP430] would be sufficient and much, much shorter.The same could be useful for other forums too.
Just an idea...
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I agree completely, will send that to the MCU teams. They have really wanted their full names on E2E but your post helps with our arguement
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