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Consolidator Post Purchase FAQ     List of Categories

  1. How do I manage the bounce AutoCleanser?

  2. Can I import subscribers in to my temporary lists?

  3. How do I add my own headers and footers to the program?

  4. How do I link to the Global remove form and what is it?

  5. How do I test the popup window cookie after generating the subscription form code?

  6. What is the "Combined lists" list?

  7. How do I edit a subscriber's profile?

  8. Can my members run a mailing list without their own website?






  1. How do I manage the bounce AutoCleanser?

    After purchasing the AutoCleanser, we'll SSH in to your server to configure and install the Module. SSH root access is required.

    Consolidator is then set to direct all bounces to a dedicated POP3 account. The Autocleanser will read the dedicated POP3 mail spool every 10 minutes, extract all bounces and then clear the file to prevent it's perpetual growth.

    In Master Settings -> Settings, you have an option to "Automate Bounce Removals".

    If set to "No"

    All email addresses extracted from the spool will be recorded to a temporary file and await your intervention. You can access the temporary file via: Statistics Tab -> Bounced Addresses.

    You then have the option of either

    a) submitting the form as is to delete flag all listed addresses, or
    b) remove some before submitting the form

    Any addresses that remain in the textboxes when the form is submitted will be processed accordingly (either deleted from Mailing Lists they belong to, or flagged for future deletion if they fail a second and third time).

    You may choose to remove an address that looks like this for example :

    john@server.comn

    because it has an obvious typo. You'd then have to manually search for correct that email address.

    If set to "Yes"

    The Bounced Addresses link will not appear in the Statistics Tab as the addresses are auto deleted and flagged, not giving you the option to scan which addresses are removed.

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  2. Can I import subscribers in to my temporary lists?

    No, temporary list can only be built up through search results or by selecting multiple lists to send to. If you need to add further subscribers, add them to an existing or new list first, then transfer to the temporary list.

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  3. How do I add my own headers and footers to the program?

    Log in as a top level administrator and click on the Settings link. Scroll down to the near bottom of the Settings page until you see "Global Templates". You have 7 fields for templates that feed the content to the Admin section (for members), the Subscriber log in area and the public pages for non members and non subscribers.

    Each field requests either an absolute URL (http://www...) or an absolute server path (/home/sites....). Be sure to click on the Gray colored links for the correct path to enter in each field.

    For all fields, you may leave the value blank to have the scripts print the default content. If you do choose to use your own headers and footer, be aware that it is up to you to create a menu for the navigational links. In order of appearence :

    1). Admin Log in URL
    Enter an absolute URL (http://www...) to any page you like. It could be your home page for example. It must contain the following code which makes up the minimum fields required for the log in form.

    <form action="http://www.YOURDOMAIN.com/cgi-bin/uls_admin.cgi?login" method="post">
    <input type="hidden" name="action" value="process">
    <input type="text" name="username" size="14"> Username<br>
    <input type="password" name="password" size="14"> Password<br>
    <input type="Submit" value="Login">
    </form>

    Alternatively, you may copy the full source code from the log in page, then modify to suit your desires.

    2). Admin Header/Footer Path
    This allows you to create a header, menu and footer for the admin area. This is where you and your paying members log in to manage their mailing lists and send out mailings. This field requires an absolute server path. Simply create a regular HTML page with your design. Include the header, menu and footer. You must use absolute URLs in any image tags, hyperlinks or external files such external style sheets or javascript files. Between your header and footer, enter the following special marker :

    %%%messages%%%

    the marker will be replaced with script generated content. You should also link to the common stylesheet using the following code in the head section of your HTML page :

    <link rel="stylesheet" href="/images/uls/uls_admin.css">

    You may edit the styles in the Style Sheet if you feel comfortable doing so. Once you have create your page, upload it to your server and enter the correct absolute server path to it in this field.

    3). Admin Log Out URL
    This requires an absolute URL (http://www...). You may choose to use the same URL as you use for the Log in page, your home page for example. Clicking the log out link deletes the session cookies which are set when a member logs in and will redirect the member to the URL you enter in this field.

    4). Subscriber Log in Path
    This field requires an absolute server path. This template is used for subscribers to log in and edit their profile. It must contain the following code which makes up the minimum fields required for the log in form. Note the red marker below. You must leave this marker in place, as is. You should also include the form on the log out page, or use this same template in the log out field below. This is so if a user decides to log back in, the correct member ID is retained.

    <form action="http://www.YOURDOMAIN.com/cgi-bin/uls_mem.cgi?login=%%%id%%%" method="post">
    <input type="hidden" name="action" value="process"> <input type="text" name="memberid" size="14"> Member ID<br>
    <input type="password" name="email" size="14"> E-mail Address<br>
    <input type="Submit" value="Login"> </form>

    Alternatively, you may copy the full source code from the log in page, then modify to suit your desires.

    5). Subscriber Header/Footer Path
    This allows you to create a header, menu and footer for the subscriber log in area. This is the log in area for your and your member's subscribers. This field requires an absolute server path. Simply create a regular HTML page with your design. Include the header, menu and footer. You must use absolute URLs in any image tags, hyperlinks or external files such external style sheets or javascript files. Between your header and footer, enter the following special marker :

    %%%messages%%%

    the marker will be replaced with script generated content. You should also link to the common stylesheet using the following code in the head section of your HTML page :

    <link rel="stylesheet" href="/images/uls/uls_admin.css">

    You may edit the styles in the Style Sheet if you feel comfortable doing so. Once you have create your page, upload it to your server and enter the correct absolute server path to it in this field.

    6). Subscriber Log Out URL
    This field requires an absolute server path. We suggest you use the same template for this field as you have for the Subscriber Log in field. If you would like to use two different templates, you must include the following log in form (on this log out page) so the member ID is retained.

    <form action="http://www.YOURDOMAIN.com/cgi-bin/uls_mem.cgi?login=%%%id%%%" method="post">
    <input type="hidden" name="action" value="process"> <input type="text" name="memberid" size="14"> Member ID<br>
    <input type="password" name="email" size="14"> E-mail Address<br>
    <input type="Submit" value="Login"> </form>

    Clicking the log out link deletes the session cookies which are set when a member logs in and will then print this template.

    7). Public Header/Footer Path
    This allows you to create a header, menu and footer for general visitors to your web site. This template applies to your Multi subscribe form, publicly viewable archives and Thank You pages after a subscription form is filled in. This field requires an absolute server path. Simply create a regular HTML page with your design. Include the header and footer. You must use absolute URLs in any image tags, hyperlinks or external files such external style sheets or javascript files. Between your header and footer, enter the following special marker :

    %%%messages%%%

    the marker will be replaced with script generated content. Once you have create your page, upload it to your server and enter the correct absolute server path to it in this field.

    If using a custom header and footer for either the Member section or the Subscriber section, you need to also create your own navigation menus. Below are the common links for each section.

    Member Section

    /cgi-bin/uls/uls_admin.cgi?manage - Summary

    /cgi-bin/uls/uls_admin.cgi?lists - Add - Edit Lists

    /cgi-bin/uls/uls_admin.cgi?options - Send Options

    /cgi-bin/uls/uls_admin.cgi?viewars - Autoresponders

    /cgi-bin/uls/uls_admin.cgi?filter - Global Filter

    /cgi-bin/uls/uls_admin.cgi?jointlist - Partner Lists

    /cgi-bin/uls/uls_admin.cgi?prefs - Preferences

    /cgi-bin/uls/uls_admin.cgi?advertlist - Advertisers

    /cgi-bin/uls/uls_admin.cgi?adminprofile - My Profile

    /cgi-bin/uls/uls_admin.cgi?exit - Log out

    Subscriber Section

    /uls/uls_mem.cgi?manage - Summary

    /uls/uls_mem.cgi?profile - Profile

    /uls/uls_mem.cgi?memissues - Back Issues

    /uls/uls_mem.cgi?mportSend - Mailing

    /uls/uls_mem.cgi?remove - Remove

    /uls/uls_mem.cgi?memExit - Log out



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  4. How do I link to the Global remove form and what is it?

    The global remove form allows people to remove themselves from every list in your entire system. It also prevents them from re subscribing to any list until they remove their e-mail address from the Delivery Prevention database.

    To link to it or add e-mail addresses (which would remove them from any list they currently exist in, remove them from pending Autoresponders and prevent them from subscribing to any list in the system) link to your copy of uls.cgi with "globalrem" as the query string. E.g.

    http://www.yourserver.com/cgi-bin/uls.cgi?globalrem

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  5. How do I test the popup window cookie after generating the subscription form code?

    One you generate the code, copy and paste it into any web page, then view that web page. Once viewed, the pop up window will pop up and a cookie will be set for the number of days you specified. If you refresh the page, the pop up will not re-appear. The cookie is set for your entire domain. So even if you add the pop up code to several pages on your website, the cookie (if set) will prevent the pop up from appearing.

    To delete the cookie, for further testing, you should view the preview. This will delete the cookie. The "Preview" link is found in the form generator. After you generate your form, just above and to the right of the generated code (which you copy and paste) you will see a white "Preview" link. Click it and the resulting pop up will erase and cookie that has been set.

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  6. What is the "Combined lists" list?

    That is a dynamically generated list created when you choose to send to more than one list. That is, when on the "Send-Options" page, you check off more than one list to send to. All selected lists are inserted into the "Combined list" with duplicate e-mail addresses rejected. Your mailing is then sent to the Combined list.

    All Remove links and Profile links will function as normal. That is, when clicked, the subcribered will be removed from the originating list. Each time you send to 2 or more mailing lists simultaneously, the Combined list is recreated.

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  7. How do I edit a subscriber's profile?

    From the "Send-Options" page, select a list from the "View, add, edit, search subscriber base" menu. Scroll down to the Search form and search for the subscriber. Once found, click on either the subscriber's first name or mailing format (the Green links). You can now edit the subscriber's profile.

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  8. Can my members run a mailing list without their own website?

    Yes! There are two methods in which this can be achieved.

    1) Have the member generate their sign form as normal. The script will return a link to a subscription form generated by your website.

    2) If you've purchased the File Attachment Module, members can copy and paste the generated code in to their own HTML document and Upload it to your server.

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