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About Campaign 10 years 10 months ago #332

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Hello,
How to use the Campaign part of AcyMailing, hoe to subscribe these Campaigns.
I am not getting these point in component.
please help me i had installed the Enterprise version of acymailing. :dry:
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Re:About Campaign 10 years 10 months ago #333

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The Campaign thing is really a series of follow up messages so you may want to use this part only if you want to send a series of messages to your users based on their subscription date.
If you simply want to send Newsletters at a fixed date to all your users, it should be done in the Newsletter section.

When you create a campaign, the campaign will be linked to one or several Mailing Lists. So when a user subscribes to one of these selected mailing lists, the campaign will be triggered for this user and some e-mails will be added to the queue.

So first create a campaign and link your campaign to one of your lists.
Activate this campaign.
Then add an e-mail (a follow-up) to this campaign and set a delay (1 day for example).
Publish this e-mail.
Save the e-mail.

Add an other e-mail to this campaign and set a delay (5 days).
Publish this e-mail.
Save the e-mail.

So now your campaign should be activated with 2 e-mails in it.
These e-mails will be sent 1 day and 5 days after the user subscription date.

Go on the administrator Users section of AcyMailing.
Create a new user and subscribe the user to one of the lists linked to the campaign.
Save the user.

You should now see 2 e-mails added in your queue for this user with 2 different send date.

These e-mails will be automatically sent by AcyMailing if you have a cron task (quickly check your AcyMailing configuration screen, and you will see a button to create a cron task on our server if you don't have one on your server)


Of course if the user subscribes from the front-end, the e-mails will be also added to the queue. But it's easier to test from the backend.


I hope that helped, for now we only created documentation directly linked to the page you view (integrated documentation) but we will soon create complete articles about how to create a campaign or how to create a Smart-Newsletter which will explain everything.
Please have a look at our official documentation before posting a new message!

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Re:About Campaign 10 years 10 months ago #334

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Thanks John.
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Re:About Campaign 10 years 9 months ago #731

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You can now see a step-by-step documentation about how to create a campaign :
www.acyba.com/support/documentation/117-...ailing-campaign.html
Please have a look at our official documentation before posting a new message!

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