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Newsletter database

Thread began 4/05/2010 10:27 am by johnffrench314542 | Last modified 4/07/2010 5:47 pm by Jimmy Wu | 564 views | 3 replies |

johnffrench314542

Newsletter database

Hi, what would be the best way for me to use Webassist products to set up a "register to receive our newsletter" database.

I want viewers to the site to sign up to be sent details of impending product launches and for their details to be stored in a PHP database. Then, when we are ready for launch, to able to send all those in the database the newsletter.

Regards

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Jimmy Wu

You can use the User Registration Solution Pack to get users to sign up. This will store the email addresses in the database when set up correctly. If you don't want to use the User Registration Solution Pack, you can use DataAssist in combination with a form to have users enter their email address and store it in a database. After you have the email address, you can use Universal Email to send out the newsletter to the users who have signed up.

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johnffrench314542

Thanks. I am OK with getting the form to put the email addresses into the database but I have never used Universal Email so not sure how it works. I will play around with it now I know it can do the job.

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Jimmy Wu

Make sure you take a look at the Universal Email how tos on the support page:
universal-email/

If you run into any issues, feel free to open a new thread.

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