[TYPO3-english] direct_mail + multilanguage?
horace3d at gmail.com
Fri Aug 20 16:37:55 CEST 2010
On Fri, Aug 20, 2010 at 12:58 PM, Tim Wendisch <t.wendisch at rothfeld.de> wrote:
> Hi Horace,
> We do newsletter sending with direct_mail in two languages too, and it works fine. The way we do it:
> Create a site, and a normal langage translation (alternative page language). You chose the page which should be send in the navigation menu (choose "Internal Pages").
> In step 2 you can edit the options of the page to be send. There is the point "Parameters, HTML:". Here xou can use the standart typo3 language variable. For me it looks as follow:
> - we use L as language parameter.
> in the field "Parameter, HTML" we insert:
> - " " (blank) for an English Newsletter (default language)
> - "&L=1" for a German Newsletter (Language in Typo3 registerred as L=1)
> So we can decide which issue of the same page we want to send. For the registration we use direct_mail_subscription, but this is not important. The main part is that you need two sysfolders/Groups/Lists, seperated by language.
that's interesting! i use the mm_forum user registration.
unfortunately it seems to be impossible to use two separate user
sysfolders folders with it.
my current plan is to add another custom fe_user field
newsletter_language and then generate the recipient list with a query.
i hope it will work. i haven't tried yet.
thanks for your input!
i still have no answers for my other questions... :)
does the "special query" recipient list update automatically if new
users register or
do i have to create a new one each time?
does the "special query" recipient list automatically take the
"activate newsletter" field into account or do i have to specify it
myself in the query?
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to which page do i have to direct the unsubscribe link?
> Maybe I could give you a hint,
> Greeting Tim Wendisch
>>i have a multilanguage site where i would like to use direct_mail to send
>>out newsletters to front end users. i am a bit clueless about how this could
>>be handled in two languages? does anyone have any tips or hints? for user
>>registration i use the registration form of mm_forum.
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