This extension works with Organic Campaigns' iParl service which allows people to email their MPs (MEPs, etc.) with stock letters etc.
The extension receives information from iParl whenever anyone does one of its "actions". It then tries to find the person and creates them if they don't exist. It then adds an iParl activity to their record. The title of the iParl action is used for the activity subject.
This extension does nothing by itself but is required by a number of other extensions developed by MJW Consulting. For example the stripe payment processor.
This extension allows for the storage of geometry polygons and to perform geometry spatial analysis based on the stored geometry
Tournaments are a type of event. Participant roles include include players, coaches, parents and volunteers. For academic tournaments, organizations include schools and school districts. Registration includes housing, meals, and competitions.
This is a simpler and therefore faster alternative to the MTE (Mandrill Transactional Email) extension, listed here as "Mandrill Email". Please see the README for full details of the differences between the extensions and why this one was created.
Allows you to set up email "journeys" made up of a sequence of email message templates sent out at pre-defined intervals. Example use cases include:
Provides some basic fields and functionality to assist with compliance for Canadian Anti-Spam Legislation (or other similar legislation like CAN-SPAM).
These fields are for all contacts and track consent for communicating with them. Contacts that don't have consent (or where it's expired) will automatically have the no-bulk-email flag set. This extension was developed by PeaceWorks Technology Solutions.
With the data processor you can build complex queries easily in the user interface and display them as a search, api or export as CSV.
The data processor is an extension with which system administrator can do the following: