This powerful and popular module provides a smart form builder and processor with many features that are missing from CiviCRM's profile forms. Its many uses range from creating a simple newsletter sign-up form to managing a complex multi-step online application workflow.
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.
In the case of conferred memberships (i.e. memberships bestowed on a contact "by relationship"), CiviCRM's Scheduled Reminders feature sends an email to all of the contacts associated with that membership: the primary contact as well as all the contacts with a "by relationship" membership. When standard email tokens are used in this instance, the tokens are populated based on the contact the email is being sent to, not the contact who holds the "primary" membership.
This extension adds to CiviCRM’s list of tokens by creating new tokens that reference information from related contacts. For every existing contact token, such as display name or birth date, etc., the extension generates additional related field tokens for every enabled relationship type.
This extension provides a simple UI under the contact summary via Actions->Contact Checksum.
When opened a simple UI is displayed with information and example links to use in emails when sending personalised / "update your details" links from CiviCRM.
Requirement was to be able to validate a checksum (from a mailing from CiviCRM) from an external website. There is a function that does that, this extension simply enables that function in the API.
Required parameters: contact_id and checksum, returns is_valid:true or false in the values array.
This extension deletes mailings that are unscheduled after a period of days specified.
Normally, when you are working on a test/staging/development site, you don't want to have the mail option activated, so that you can avoid potential faulty email sending and/or spamming. For such cases, you usually disable the email sending functionality, by navigating to: Administer CiviCRM -> System Settings -> Outbound Email (SMTP/Sendmail) and switch to 'Disabled Outbound Email'.