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Questions re scheduled emails

Thread began 1/22/2015 7:40 am by MagsW | Last modified 1/22/2015 3:10 pm by MagsW | 510 views | 5 replies

MagsW

Thanks Jason, I've managed to get around the security issue by putting the file in a secured folder using .htaccess. The date error has now disappeared although I'm getting a few others but to be honest, I can live with it as long as the emails are being sent!

I do have another question though, regarding using dynamic data in the body of the email. I have the email trigger set to "before page load" since it's the cron job that's actually activating the emails, so there's no web form on the actual page. I have a recordset and the emails are being sent correctly to all recipients in the recordset. I have the subject line set to <?php echo $RecipArray[$RecipIndex][0]["ClientName"]; ?> and that shows the correct Client Name in the Subject line. However, I also want to include the Client Name in the body of the email but the body is controlled by a bespoke page, waue_emailtest_1.php. This page uses the same recordset and I've put the following at line 1:

<?php
global $RecipArray;
global $RecipIndex;
?>

I'm using the following to get the Client Name: <?php echo ($RecipArray[$RecipIndex][0]["[ClientName]"])?> but it doesn't work. I'm guessing I've missed something that ties the Universal Email behavior page and the template page together?

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