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    Joerg Knoerchen


    not just only a double-opt-in makes TNP GDPR compliant. We also need to store more registration details.

    For documentation purposes and as evidence in the event of a legal warning, the registration on the website, the confirmation e-mail and the registration on the confirmation e-mail must be saved, if possible with the following information.

    1 Date of registration on the website
    2 Text of the instructions given
    3 Mail address of the applicant
    4 Date and time of the declaration of consent
    5 IP address at registration
    6 Time of the first confirmation e-mail
    7 Content of the confirmation mail
    8 Time of registration by clicking the link in the mail
    9 IP address at registration

    So I wonder where these details are stored? Or do we require to take care ourselves to document and keep those data somewhere? I think there should be more fields in the list of subscribers at least to keep and store dates/times and IP addresses etc.

    May I kindly ask you to extend the support for GDPR and take care that these important informations are tracked, stored and saved automatically somwhow please?

    Cheers and many thanks!

    Joerg Knoerchen

    I just found that there is more information about the subscriber if you edit the subscriber.

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