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OK, when you asked if I know a bit of PHP, I meant I can open the code and change it, if I am given all the instructions
So I could find the line of code above, but I would need more details on building the POST URL. So let’s say my email list for a store is email@example.com. Could you give me the code I need to add or change in that line? And I am guessing this would be a site wide change and not a product by product change?
I did try the autoresponder settings per product, because I thought it would send the customer details to any list email I entered, but it signed me up as the admin and not the customer.
OK, in testing a sale and a refund of a product set at 0.01 cents. With the new version, in the stats it still shows number of item sales which includes the refunded purchase. So I made 7 sales and refunded 1, it still shows 7 instead of 6.
It does show the refund and did deduct the 0.01 cents from the total sales amount, so that is correct. And in the itemized sales stats, it still shows the sale, even though it was refunded.
So I don’t know if this is how you set it up to work or not, but it seems to me it should deduct the total number of sales by however many refunds were issued to reflect the true sales.
Thanks Ivy. I got it this morning.
That should do the trick. Thanks very much for that.
Thanks. I didn’t realize everything was in a language file. I’ll browse through that later today and see what I can add.
I believe I could do that . Here is some info from the manual, just in case you would need it. the last line shows how to do post requests from the software itself:
The “remote control” email must be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org and it must have a subject line in the format
shown below. Unknown entries can be omitted.
The parameters p1 to p10 are explained here
p1: Your owner name
p2: Your password
p3: subscribe or unsubscribe
p4: Your subscriber’s name
p5: Your subscribers email address
p6: Your autoresponder’s subscription address (without the domain)
p7: plain or html
p8: The tracking tag to be associated with the subscription
p9: The IP address to be associated with the subscriber’s record.
p10: Set to yes if you want the drop rules for the autoresponder to be actioned by this subscription.
For example, the following subject line would be valid:
AutoResponse Plus can also accept standard POST requests from your software. For details visit:
What about the list name in the autoresponder setting of a product in wp estore? Will that send an email to any autoresponder, or is that just for the 3 you have integrated?
How hard would it be to be able to send an email to an autoresponder list that is not the 3 you have listed? As drmark asked about autoresponse plus, which is also what I use. I know the other payment scripts would do that, and autoresponder plus will let you subscribe by email.
You may be missing the point a bit. Having extra fields in one area makes it very easy for the affiliates to get extra promotional materials. EG: I can pre-write an email that already has the affiliates link in it so all they need to do is copy and paste it in. So all they do is log into the affiliate area, and pick what they want to use, whether it is an article, email, short add, signature, etc. all pre-loaded with their affiliate link.
In your example, where would the affiliate find out the information to just add their link to the end of a url? Some new affiliates may not know anything about that, nor is there any place in the banner area where we could put in a paragraph to explain it to them.
Does this make sense?
Thanks. I have sent in a request for update plugins as you indicated.
I am wondering this myself. I checked off Use Automatic Customer Record Removal in the settings and then did a test refund from PayPal. It did remove that customer sale, but when going to Stats, it still shows the same amount of sales and money earned. It didn’t deduct the refunded sale from the stats or from the total sales amount, which I would have assumed it would do.
I’m new here, but just wondering if your are going to add the drip feed? I am going to be setting up a software club, where they get new software each month they are a member. So 1st monthe member gets x software, the on month 2 the xx software is activated and they have access to it. Your idea of a 12 monthe membership may work, but seems like a lot of extra work.