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System configuration
The basic system configration is done in the admin section at "System settings".

Here is a description of what each option is good for.


Admin's email
Write the system administrator's email address here to let people know where they can get suppor if they have problems.


Site
Name of the Site Bug-A-Boo is running at.


Base URL
The complete URL to the Bug-A-Boo installation (e.g.: http://www.mydomain.de/bugaboo/)


Sender email
Sender address for all emails generated by Bug-A-Boo (for example notification emails for watchers)


Mask emails
When checked all email addresses are converted to plain text (e.g. "bug@bug-a-boo.org" becomes "bug at bug-a-boo dot org")


Layout
Name the layout (a set of templates) to be used. The layout's name is the name of sub directory of ./template/. By default this is "default"


Allow themes
When checked users can select their own favorite (color) theme from those stored in ./ini/themes/. If unchecked, the theme called "default" will be used for everyone.

Language
Select the language the system shall work in. The options depend on the existance of .lang-files in the ini/languages/ directory.


Timeout
This value represents the minutes a session is kept alive beginning from the last action a user does. After that time the user is forced to login again.


Multi login
When checked the same user can login more than once at the same time.


Auto activate
New user accounts are automatically set to status "active" after the user verified his new account when this is checked.


Notify on registration
Enter one or more email addresses here (separated by semikolon) which shall receive an email everytime a new user registered.


CLOSED
Defines what status represents a closed bug


UNCONFIRMED
Defines what status represents a bug that has not been confirmed by a developer yet.


ASSIGNED
Defines what status represents that a bug is assigned to a developer.


Auto Assign
When checked every newly reported bug is automatically connected to the responsible programmer (of the corresponding project/component).


NORMAL
This sets the default importance level a bug gets when it's reported.
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