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Old 10th September 2008, 21:45
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Exclamation OpenNewsLetter 2.5.1 package available for ISPConfig 2

Today i've created a package for OpenNewsletter version 2.5.1.

OpenNewsletter is a nice and simple Newsletter solution aimed at small-medium scale.
It does not need any database.

Visit the OpenNewsletter website for more information.

For screenshots, have a look here.

If you're interested in a simple newsletter solution, please visit my website to download it.

Installation instructions can be found here.

Enjoy it!
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Old 10th September 2008, 22:39
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Funny i was thinking about this feature would be nice the other day

Correct me if im wrong but this module only can have 1 admin ? it cant be setup so that all users will have their own newsletter module within isp config, anw would it be possible ?
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Old 10th September 2008, 23:07
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OpenNewsletter is a simple newsletter solution and yes there is only one admin.
This software can be usefull for example to inform your clients.

After installing the package, you can copy the content of /home/admispconfig/ispconfig/web/newsletter to the /var/www/web#/web folder of your client. If you have done that, your client has his own newsletter software.
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Is there anyways to hide the link from the users then ?
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Old 11th September 2008, 08:32
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Default How to install OpenNewsletter 2.5.1 for clients

@bernholdt,

If you copy the directory home/admispconfig/ispconfig/web/newsletter to for example /var/www/web#/web/newsletter,
your client has the availibility of newsletter software too at http://www.example.com/newsletter.

Of course don't do this if you have the OpenNewsletter software in use already, only after a fresh install of the package.
I only mentioned this method, to explain about what files are needed, to make it available for clients.


If you need a fresh install for your clients:
cd /var/www/web#/web
wget http://downloads.sourceforge.net/ope...tter-2.5.1.zip
unzip OpenNewsletter-2.5.1.zip
mv OpenNewsletter-2.5.1 newsletter
rm OpenNewsletter-2.5.1.zip
chown -R -v -f webadmin:web# newsletter
(Remember that web# and webadmin are just an example for the webnumber and administrator as created with ISPConfig)

If you use php5-cgi with suPHP on your system, then you're finished.

If you use php5mod instead, please also do the following:

Make the data.php config.php to writeable for your Apache.
chown -R -v -f www-data:www-data newsletter/data.php
chown -R -v -f www-data:www-data newsletter/config.php

The apache user www:data i mention here is for Debian, but can be differend on other Linux versions.
You can chmod data.php & config.php also to 777, but is less secure.

Integration in a website:

If you're clients website is http://www.example.com and the OpenNewsletter software is in the folder 'newsletter', write this line anywhere in your website:

<iframe src="http://www.example.com/newsletter/includethis.php" frameborder="0" width="200" height="100" style="border:1px solid #CCCCCC"></iframe>
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Download link on http://www.ispconfig.org/downloads.htm is broken
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Download link on http://www.ispconfig.org/downloads.htm is broken
I've just fixed this. Thanks for the note.
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Thank You for packaging this Newletter system.
HTML Mail seems to be broken? Or is it just for me?
It looks like the html and body tags are missing. In the email ther is the pure html source code...
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@Wh1sper,
I have tested this version of OpenNewsletter, before i provided the package.
Newsletters created in plain text and html don't give any problem on my ISPConfig server.

I don't know what could be wrong.
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hhm, may be its for thunderbird only, I am investigating it further, when time
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