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Insight 1.2.2 Released, Now Includes Free Mailboxes

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Insight 1.2.2 Released, Now Includes Free Mailboxes

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You want to log bugs, not debug a logger.
You want to communicate with your users, not configure SMTP servers.
You want to make your applications start reporting NOW, not later this month.

CodeSmith Insight is an Error Reporting and User Feedback Service.
It has never been easier to go from signing up, to catching every error in your application in 15 minutes or less.

Free Mailboxes

All accounts of CodeSmith Insight now come with a free, fully functional, pre-configured mailbox.

People who use CodeSmith Insight's mailbox integration are almost always surprised at how convenient their communication process becomes. However some people just simply don't want to use their personal or support emails as guinea pigs to test the system. Fair enough, now you don't have to! Now when you create a new CodeSmith Insight account, it comes with your own private mailbox, already configured and ready to send and receive email.

If you are already an Insight user, you can create your own free mailbox by going to the Getting Started panel and clicking the Create Demo Mailbox link inside of the mailbox region.

Additional 1.2.2 Enhancements

  • New Features
    • Added mailbox option to not include CaseId in email subject.
  • Usability Enhancements
    • Loading masks added to admin panels.
    • Loading mask added to trash panel.
  • Performance Optimizations
    • Delete Optimized
    • Empty Trash Optimized

Signup for Insight, or view the complete Insight 1.2.2 change log.

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