This extension facilitates uploading CSVs via the CiviCRM import interface. Useful for bulk uploading events or campaigns etc.
The civicrm api entity can be set to, for example, Event or Campaign. (Note that for entities like Contribution Pages you need to use API names - either ContributionPage or contribution_page). The same permissions apply as for any api create call.
To use you need to go to civicrm/csvimporter/import . More notes are in the README.
This extension module is currently an alpha release, subject to modification after feedback. It is however useful now, and feedback is very welcome.
This module provides a report similar to the Mailing Summary report, and including most of the information in that report, but with extra detail.
PayZang has developed a payment processor plugin for CiviCRM (4.2.9) on Drupal that allows organizations to accept ACH and Credit/Debit Card payments. This plugin allows you to do recurring as well one-time payments using both ACH and Credit/Debit Cards. In addition, it allows you to add ACH as a payment instrument and enables accepting contributions, memberships and event fees using ACH and Credit/Debit cards. PayZang allows you to plugin any existing merchant account from First Data, Global, Elavon, TSYS and Vantiv.
This is a small utility module I wrote because I needed to batch process a list of email address and mark the with the "on hold" status in CiviCRM.
You paste in a list of emails and you can batch edit their "on hold" status. I also included the possibility to remove the "on hold" status.
A very simple extension that adds percentages to the mailing report for opens and clicks. Simply enable to use.
This extension provides email delivery for CiviMail and/or other email from CiviCRM via the Mandrill service. Mandrill is an email service that runs on the email infrastructure that powers MailChimp. It is a high quality, low cost option for email delivery, with no loss of delivery functionality, quality or performance in comparison with alternatives.
Use Drupal's cron to call CiviCRM's cron. CiviCRM's cron can (and should) be called directly from the command line, but this is a simple way to define the user, pass, and sitekey used in the CiviCRM url and call CiviCRM's cron when it's not possible or convenient to configure CiviCRM's cron.
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.