STR: 1. Launch Firefox. 2. Create Firefox account A with email X and verify the account. 3. Add and verify secondary email X1 to account A. 4. Sign out from account A. 5. Login to account A via https://emails3.dev.lcip.org/signin. Expected: Sign in notication email is sent to X and X1 emails. Actual: No Sign in notication email is sent to X and X1 emails. Note: If I change/reset password in non-verified session, both emails X and X1 get notification/reset link, which is expected.
Thanks Kanchan! I expect the explanation for the current behaviour is that, in step (5), you're signing in to FxA on the web rather than signing in to sync on a device. If you try step 5 with https://emails3.dev.lcip.org/signin?service=sync does it result in the emails being sent? I'm adding Alex and Ryan for the question of whether or not we *should* send a login notification for non-sync services these days; I think we originally decided not to because it'd be too noisy, but since we're working on emails perhaps its worth another think.
(In reply to Ryan Kelly [:rfkelly] from comment #1) > If you try step 5 with > https://emails3.dev.lcip.org/signin?service=sync does it result in the > emails being sent? Yes with https://emails3.dev.lcip.org/signin?service=sync, 'confirm sign-in' emails are being sent to both primary and secondary emails. Thanks!
Marking as fixed since correct url usage sends emails.