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When receiving an notification email about some changes in the CMS, the "Edit" link in this email points to /localhost/umbraco/#/content/content/edit/xxxx
instead of the root domain of the umbraco installation.
The domain gets injected in this line of code
<a href='http://%4%/#/content/content/edit/%5%' in the the en.xml file.
Does anyone know how I can change the injected root domain?
Sorry to jump on your issue here but I have a similar issue but on v7 which is causing issues since the URL added includes the port number and our servers are behind a load balancer so the links never work. I'd prefer not to hard-code them but think that might be possible as an interim measure by means of a custom language file (at least that it was I am going to try).
In my case, it looks like this is an issue that will forever remain in v7 unless a custom build is deployed.
var serverName = HttpContext.Current.Request.ServerVariables["SERVER_NAME"];
var port = HttpContext.Current.Request.Url.Port;
if (port != 80)
serverName += ":" + port;
serverName += IOHelper.ResolveUrl(SystemDirectories.Umbraco);
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