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Using and naming of WA email templates

Thread began 4/12/2012 5:25 am by evansg7124312885 | Last modified 4/12/2012 10:38 am by Jason Byrnes | 458 views | 1 replies |


Using and naming of WA email templates

The GSG recommends using a template and then later modifying it. I am using that and it appears to work fine, emails are sent quickly and appear as expected.

My question is about the naming of these files. The site I am building will create an email from several different pages for different processes. When I enable the create file option, can I specify a name for it without altering the original template? I would like to name the file in a way that I can relate to it's origin. If I can not do this, when I create future files using the same design, will it over write an existing file or will it modify the new file's name (template, template1, etc).


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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

a file for the template will be created in the webassist/email/templates folder.

a unique file will be created for each email using the naming convention of "<template type><int>"

so if you select the Block template type in 2 different emails, you will have 2 different templates files:

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