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    • robdel12's avatar
      Add `:email_confirmation` to devise `insensitive_keys` · 1406cd0fe3c1
      robdel12 authored
      This fixes a bug where the email confirmation input value is case
      sensative. For example, if the email input is `myemail@example.com` and
      the email confirmation input is `Myemail@example.com` the form would
      fail to submit.
      1406cd0fe3c1
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    • Drew Blessing's avatar
      Centralize LDAP config/filter logic · a8bd582235b8
      Drew Blessing authored
      Centralize all LDAP config logic in `GitLab::LDAP::Config`. Previously,
      some logic was in the Devise initializer and it was not honoring the
      `user_filter`. If a user outside the configured `user_filter` signed
      in, an account would be created but they would then be denied access.
      Now that logic is centralized, the filter is honored and users outside
      the filter are never created.
      a8bd582235b8
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    • Pierre de La Morinerie's avatar
      Send emails from the author · 48f17df79de1
      Pierre de La Morinerie authored
      This changes the email "From" field from "gitlab@example.com" to either:
      
      * "John Doe <gitlab@example.com>" if the author of the action is known,
      * "GitLab <gitlab@example.com>" otherwise.
      
      Rationale: this allow mails to appear as if they were sent by the
      author. It appears in the mailbox more like a real discussion between
      the sender and the receiver ("John sent: we should refactor this") and
      less like a robot notifying about something.
      48f17df79de1