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  1. #1
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    Plesk Welcome Email

    Greets

    Attached is the Welcome email we sent out to a number of people on request a little while ago.

    It has been polished up a bit and also included is a php formailer that needs to go in the same folder. Load the html page, fill in the blanks and away it goes.

    Run some tests...send it to yourself and customise it to your own requirements.

    The formmailer is not secure.

    [Edit: includes a link back to the form now]

    Cheers

    Gary

    <<Admin edit: as requested by Gary, please note that the zip file is available in a post further down the page.>>
    Last edited by BC; 01-10-2003 at 10:57 PM.

  2. #2
    Hmmm


    Parse error: parse error in /usr/local/psa/home/vhosts/domain.com/httpdocs/formail.php on line 180

  3. #3
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    "customise it to your own requirements"

    She works...we use it extensively now.

    Regards

    Gary

  4. #4
    Works fine now! Customizing it as we speak. Great job. Should be a real time saver

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    How

    Hello

    How do you run this, just run the script each time or ?

    I know it is a stupid question.

    RJ

  6. #6
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    Open the html file up in an editor, and enter your own information in the form fields (nameservers, plan features, etc). Then put them both in a secure folder, complete the form and click Send. Try it sent to yourself as the recipient to see the results.

    Regards

    Gary

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    Editor

    Thanks for the info I just jumped in posting I had figured it out.

    Thanks just what I need'

    Richard

  8. #8
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    We have added to the functionality of this now. It's backed up with a mySQL database and has the capability to resend Welcome Emails upon request to the existing email address, or to update the clients' email address at the same time.

    Full instructions are included.

    (it's not only useful for Plesk)

    Regards

    Gary
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  9. #9
    Is this working for anyone?

    It will send out the email, and populate the fields, but the database is not updated. The fields get created, and no errors are displayed, when the scriptis run.

  10. #10
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    Works spot on here. I just did a clean install as per the install notes, and it's updated the database fine. Did you run createtable.php?

    Gary

  11. #11
    Yep - will try again - all the fields are there - just nothing gets posted to the database. Weird.

  12. #12
    Is this script safe? Can it be used by hackers to send spam email or grab your client base information?

    It is very risky to keep any data online. If the information falls into wronghands it will damage your business.
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  13. #13
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    We use it on a non publicly accessible server, so our own is safe in that regard. What damage could it cause though? Someone could contact our clients and market their hosting services to them? No damage could come of that.

    Gary

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    it is a great little script but it is missing a way to browse, search and modify the clients info.
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  15. #15
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    phpMyAdmin?

    If you resend a welcome email, and change the email address, it updates that. If anything else has changed, then yes you'd need to modify the record directly (or just send a new email and add another record).

    Gary

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