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Hi Guys,

Just installed and tested the module and my email came out like this:

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Any ideas on how to fix this? Thanks in advance 🙂

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@bramwolf - does it make a difference if you use a different email client? What are you using?

 

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Hi Adrian,

I don't think so, got the same formatting on Apple mail and android

 

Grts

Bram

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49 minutes ago, bramwolf said:

I don't think so, got the same formatting on Apple mail and android

What about the email provider? Can you try to a gmail address to confirm the problem?

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I tried it with a Gmail account but got the same results. It's like the header isn't configured properly?
the encoding type should be sent as a header not as the  message. However I don't know why that
is happening or where I could change it.. 😕

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2 hours ago, bramwolf said:

I tried it with a Gmail account but got the same results. It's like the header isn't configured properly?
the encoding type should be sent as a header not as the  message. However I don't know why that
is happening or where I could change it.. 😕

Are other html emails from your system (sent with a wireMail) working as expected? In other words, is it only emails from this module that are the problem?

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I checked a email from the frombuilder and got the same result.

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I never had this problem before with any other processwire sites I have. Any ideas on what could cause it?
Thanks in advance 🙂

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Is it possible to have different welcome messages for different User-Roles? I use the module via API. Maybe it’s possible to manually choose an email template file for each welcome message, something like this:

$u = new User();
$u->name = "foo";
$u->pass = randomPassword();
$u->sendEmail = true;
$u->welcomeMessageFile = '/some/path/client.txt';
$u->save()

My client has a bunch of different user types that need a variety of welcome texts. Any idea how I could accomplish that?

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Hi @gerritvanaaken - please grab the latest version just committed and use:

$u->emailMessage = 'My custom message';

Obviously you can wrap this in a conditional and define it differently for each required role.

I think the idea of a template file could also be good and am certainly not against implementing it - this was just quicker to do for now 🙂

Perhaps if you still want the file approach, you'd be willing to put together a PR?

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Actually, the problem with the template file setup is handling multi-language version of the message body. I am thinking that perhaps I'll add a new collapsed fieldset to the module settings that has a field for each role (complete with multi-language support, as the current main "Email Body" field has). 

Any thoughts on this approach?

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Wow, @adrian – that looks good, it might be exactly what I need for my client. I’ll chedk this out in the next few days. Do you have a small hint in which format I set line breaks?

$u->emailMessage = "Hello {name}\n\nwelcome to the show";

or better this way?

$u->emailMessage = 'Hello {name}

welcome to the show';

 

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Just now, gerritvanaaken said:

Do you have a small hint in which format I set line breaks?

I would go with double quotes and \n

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4 hours ago, adrian said:

Actually, the problem with the template file setup is handling multi-language version of the message body. I am thinking that perhaps I'll add a new collapsed fieldset to the module settings that has a field for each role (complete with multi-language support, as the current main "Email Body" field has). 

Any thoughts on this approach?

One field for each role could cause problems, because a new user might have more than one role. Then: which message do you send? All of them? You would need some complicated conditional logic in the UI. Not all that easy.

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