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  1. One of the oldest online marketing tactics is Email Marketing but nowadays it's just considered spam. Do you still think it's effective in selling your products? Or if you've recently launched an email campaign, what are your results?
  2. So with IP.Board, by default, the email system is setup to us PHP mail from your host. For most people this probably works fine, but for me I didn't want to use the email service on my server. I wanted to us Google Apps . You would think it would be as simple as dropping in the SMTP information and your done. Well you would be wrong Turns out there is a little more involved. I just got mine all setup today, so I wanted to let others know how to do this as well. I didn't find any information out there on the net about it, but the support staff at IPB helped me through it. You need to set the Override SMTP host up a little different since gmail requires SSL on outgoing mail. Override SMTP Host: tls://smtp.gmail.com You need to set the port as well to this custom one. Override SMTP Port 465 Enhanced SMTP HELO needs to be changed to EHLO. Enhanced SMTP HELO EHLO The rest you setup as you normally would.
  3. Finally someone has created a good email app for the iPhone, so I read Anyone tried it yet? I was thinking about buying just to review it. Couldn't use full time yet as it doesn't support "push" emails. But when looking neither do any of hotmail/gmail/yahoo ect... The only one that does is my work email and it's Exchange Server. The default email is ok, but lacks features I want.
  4. So as many of you know IP.Board offers a setting to allow you to send out HTML email notifications instead of plain text. I ran this way for a while but ended up liking the simplicity of the plain text emails as a lot of the time I receive them on my phone and like how they load immediately. But during this period I did wonder how would I go about changing the logo on the HTML emails. It was too hard to do really, you can ftp to this location: http://domainofforum/public/style_images/DeveloperBase/logo_transparent.png From there download the .png file and open it with you favorite editor, make your changes then upload it over the existing logo. That's it you are done. From now on your HTML emails will be sending out with the new logo.
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