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I think having a notification email field on a per-product basis would be very useful. I have a client who offers several different products, but uses two different fulfillment houses/drop shippers to take care of product distribution. If we could specify which warehouse needs to be alerted when a product is ordered, especially when people put several different items across both fulfillment houses in their cart, this would really help manage the process more efficiently. Thanks for considering this.
This other idea includes some similar functionality:
BTW - If this feature existed, I would set it up for all my clients (since I tend to recommend 1SC to them and set up their Newsletter autoresponders)...
I was thinking about this, and thought hat being able to tag each broadcast as a part of a "Group" or "category" would offer not only flexibility in re-sending (aka with an autoresponder message being determined dynamically ("send last message from "X" group), but also to sort and locate previously sent messages (for instance, to copy and revise "annual" campaigns), etc.
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I had the same problem - and was told by Tech support that I could only send a "please opt-in" message to everyone in the whole database who was still unverified - once. Ever.
It would be good to be able to send this sort of message out to all unverifieds on a regular basis (every month, for instance) and after x months (or x requests), the person could be deleted from the system. I personally like to have a clean database, and I know sometimes subscribers miss the first confirmation message, then later are upset they aren't getting mail.