Improvements in SUSHI version 2.24:
Documentation for security reports
has been expanded and improved.
Use the "Email Test" tab of SUSHI to test if outbound email is set up correctly. In SharePoint Central Administration you can specify an "Outbound SMTP server" which is used to generate emails for alerts, and notifications. In order for outbound email to successfully send, the SMTP server needs to allow anonymous relaying from the IP addresses of the web front end servers in your SharePoint Farm.
If email is set up correctly, SUSHI will display "Successfully sent test email to SMTP server." which means that the SMTP server recieved the email request and did not throw an error and you should shortly recieve an email. If email is set up incorrectly, you will see an error message and SUSHI will display in red the error message thrown. Unfortunately, SUSHI can't always tell you exactly why the SMTP server failed to send because it isn't possible to detect how your SMTP server is set up, but at least you know immediately that it failed, and you will know that it is a SMTP routing issue and not a SharePoint timer issue, or some other SharePoint problem.
When you press the "Send Test Email" button, SUSHI simply instantiates a MailMessage object and uses the System.Net.Mail.SmtpClient class to attempt to send an email. The subject of the email will be "Test Email from SharePoint SUSHI".
This feature is similar to Bulk Site creation, it allows you to create many lists at once based on a list template.
- Profile picture import feature improved so that the source folder is not readonly and you can conveniently copy and paste a directory path, including a UNC network path
- bug fix where when site collection ended in a forward slash, URL of image was being set with double forward slash, fo example: http://test2//testLibrary/dseese.jpg (thanks to user DSEESE for reporting this bug.)
- The Splash screen was removed
A couple people reported problems with the splash screen so it was removed. Stability and security are SUSHI's highest priorities.