June 15, 2011 at 3:15 pm #21465imageincMember
I received this message from aweber this morning:
“Once you check off enable parser for all lists it will save them for all your lists, and yes the check will disappear. Then you want to go into each individual list and make sure that it is checked.
Since you are using your own custom parser there is not much insight we can provide until our developers build that for you. Creating new rulesets requires advanced knowledge of regular expressions. The cost of creating a custom parser is $149.”
Obviously I would rather not pay the $149 for them to look at it. Is there anything else that could be the issue? Are you working with Aweber on the “bug” you mentioned earlier. Maybe the guy I was talking to was unaware that there is a bug.June 16, 2011 at 12:23 am #21466
“Are you working with Aweber on the “bug” you mentioned earlier.” – I have been requesting them to fix this bug but AWeber is a big company so they just prefer to give canned responses.
The main problem with this bug is that it does not affect everybody (just some users). Anyway, I will send you an email to get site access and check things out.June 23, 2011 at 2:52 am #21467SPollockMember
I am having the same problem with the Enable for all not sticking. Have you all contacted Aweber about this and if so, what are they doing about it? None of my people are going to my list and I am certain it is set-up correctly because someone from Tips and Tricks helped me when I first set it up and I have made no changes since then.
Thanks!June 23, 2011 at 2:55 am #21468SPollockMember
Have you all contacted Aweber about this and if so, what are they doing to fix it?
I am having the same “Enable for All” not sticking issue and I know that everything is set-up correctly because someone from Tips & Tricks helped me set it up
Thanks!July 1, 2011 at 7:20 am #21469devendrapatelMember
All of Aweber integration can be done only with 2 fields here i.e. name and email.
If i want to add more fields to Aweber using Aweber parsing How to Add more filed values in wp-affiliate or estore auto email sent to Aweber. please helpJuly 2, 2011 at 1:30 am #21470
WP eStore and the Affiliate plugin only signs up your customer or the affiliate to the list using their name and email address. There is no option to add more fields to it.July 31, 2011 at 4:37 pm #21471palmas69Member
Ok, same problem of ALL previous users (MAIL SUBSCRIPTION REQUEST RECEIVED ON SITE ADDRESS, NOT ON BUYER ADDRESS).
I solved the problem unchecking “Use WordPress Mailing System” on Email Settings (General Settings).
I hope it will be useful for all.
Now, the question is: can I continue to use your PHP mail script for the future?
AlexAugust 1, 2011 at 1:03 am #21472
Yes, you can continue to use the “PHP mail script” and it will work just fine (on some servers this option works better which is why the option exists there).September 10, 2011 at 10:40 am #21473marionryanMember
Thank you to Palmas69, unchecking that box you suggested has made it work!
MarionSeptember 10, 2011 at 10:46 am #21474marionryanMember
May I check a point here please.
Using Palmas69 suggestion of unticking “Use WordPress Mailing System” on Email Settings (General Settings)worked for me too.
As a test purchaser, Aweber still wanted me to ‘confirm subscription’ on the Aweber web page before I was added to the list. Aweber suggests, keeping double opt in switched on to avoid s*pam complaints.
MarionSeptember 11, 2011 at 12:02 am #21475adminKeymaster
I always prefer to use the double opt-in option. This way you are always communicating to a customer who truly wants to hear from you. You might get more numbers on your list without the double opt-in but a lot of those will be very low quality leads. A list of double opt-in users is way more powerful (even though the number may be low).
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