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Universal Email Set Up

Thread began 9/25/2012 1:57 pm by johna1964 | Last modified 9/25/2012 8:28 pm by johna1964 | 891 views | 7 replies

johna1964

Hi,

Thank you for your quick reply.

It's already haunting me...

I have the code in the column on all of the template pages in an optional region. I think it may be worse to try to remove it...

The insert record behavior is working, inserting the correct information into the databse, on the pages I individually apply it to.

What you are asking me to do is remove the email text box where visitors can elect to receive emails. I can do this; however, this would mean they will be redirected to the page with the sign up form on it. One single page; where as with the email option in the column, they would be able to sign up on any page at anytime and it looks great. If they were duplicated, the error message appears... I'm okay with this primarily because of asthetics. To me, it's worth the bit of extra work... at least at this point.

I thought with the insert behavior the same on all pages with the form in the column, I would only need to apply the UE one time, since it's using the results from the subscriptions email database column.

Back to the question. Can I add a Form Builder Form to create the email message, then will I have a send button to send the newsletter emails?
Or do I use the UE interface and if so, do I have to create new one with each monthly newsletter for example? I would like a way to store the monthly newsletters somehow... I'm not finding where this is explained anywhere...

Thank you... sorry...

johna1964

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