Blog posts by annaleevk

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February 9, 2012
By annaleevk Filed under CiviMember, v3.4 and v4.0, Case studies and user stories

Okay, I'm double-posting today in case you don't find this buried in the forum.  My forum posting contains all of the details regarding a custom hack written for a client to automate 7 renewal email reminders based on expire date.

 

I do hope you find this useful.  http://forum.civicrm.org/index.php/topic,6176.msg98034.html#msg98034

 

- Annalee

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February 9, 2012
By annaleevk Filed under v3.4 and v4.0, Case studies and user stories, CiviCRM

Hey gang sorry it's taken me so long to get back to you but we've been busy slogging through a few outstanding issues.  For those of you who are currently in the throes of your data conversion here are a few quick words of advice.

1. Set up a local site for your data conversion so you don't run into any restrictions on how many records you can import at one time on your server, otherwise, you will spend a lot of time creating many, many small text files.

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October 18, 2011
By annaleevk Filed under CiviEvent, CiviMail, CiviMember, CiviReport, v3.4 and v4.0, Case studies and user stories, CiviCRM, Drupal

I recently completed a conversion of about 8 years of history from a 5 year old Blackbaud Kintera site to a Drupal CiviCRM solution. Confused yet? Don't worry, all we be revealed in time. As a way of giving back, I am planning to share my experiences good and bad, what worked, what did not, what I learned and what I will and won't do next time.

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May 20, 2011
By annaleevkFiled under

Last week, Hershel Robinson, created a Drupal module for my client (called CiviCopyAddr) to handle the copying of the primary address into the Billing Address fields via a toggled checkbox.  It's located at https://github.com/hershelsr/civicopyaddr .  We use Authorize.net as the payment processor.  To make it work:

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