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Aktivate customer for receiving Newsletter through registration, edit registration or checkout form


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jgrieb
Jörg Griebsch
Multishop experienced
Topic creator
registered since: 24.05.2012
Posts: 7
Hi,
me again.
Multishop 2.0.36. In the registration form, edit registration form and checkout form is a checkbox to aktivate Customers for receiving Newsletter per E-Mail.
But is does not work. The reason is, that the forms save the Checkbox-value in the Field "tx_multishop_newsletter" in fe_users. But Direct Mail needs this value in the field "module_sys_dmail_html" in fe_users to send html-newsletter to this user.

The only option that I have now, is to set this checkbox manually in the typo3 backend.
With many users, this is very havy-handed.

Can anyone help me?

Jörg
Written on: 01. 07. 2012 [16:56]
jgrieb
Jörg Griebsch
Multishop experienced
Topic creator
registered since: 24.05.2012
Posts: 7
I have found a solution for me.
I have created a cron-job that sychronisize the two db-Fields.

Jörg
Written on: 02. 07. 2012 [21:16]
bas
Bas van Beek
Multishop guru
registered since: 12.05.2010
Posts: 644
Nice to hear. You could always customize the checkout so it fits your needs. I would do that in this specific case, so you can directly save it in the other column name.
Written on: 09. 07. 2012 [08:58]