When a notification is received and is not matched by any notification rule, it couldbe sent to a globally configured and optional fallback email address.
So, if you did not configure this fallback email address, it was possible that generatednotifications, e.g. from the Event Console, were not sent to any user.
This has been extended so that you can either configure the global mail address or setand attribute for your user accounts individually. For each of your users you can nowset the flag "Receive fallback notifications".
Another change: If you use the rule based notifications and have not configured anyfallback contact (either globally or user), there will be a warning message displayedon the notification configuration page.
Another change: When having a notification rule that has a condition on contact groups,or any user creates a custom notification rule, and a notification was generated whichhad no contact group information at all, the notification was sent to ALL users, insteadof none.
That was implemented this way just to be sure that the notifications are not suppressedby accident. This has been changed to be also processed like other notifications thatdo not match any rule. Finally these notifications will be handled with the configuredfallback contacts.