The HTML Mail module is used to craft and send bulk email messages in a variety of formats that can be personalized for the recipient.
This module functions within the standard role-based security inheritance chain described in the tab designer topic. Only members of the Site Administrators and Bulk Mail Users site level role are allowed access to this module. Administrative users can configure additional module settings by clicking the button.
NOTE: This module has special configuration options. See the HTML Mail Configuration topic for more details.
•Source: The source of the To email address that will be used.
•Email Address List: Allows for manual entry of email address in the To box.
•Contacts Module: If configured in module settings this option allows the user to specify all contacts defined in a specific Contact module as the recipients of the email message.
•Role Members: If configured in module settings this option allows the user to specify all members of a role as the recipients of the email message.
•To: Recipients of the email message who will appear in the To address of the message.
•From: Sender display name and email address.
•CC (Carbon Copy): Recipients of the email message who will appear in the CC address list of the message.
•BCC (Blind Carbon Copy): Recipients of the email message who will appear in the BCC address list of the message.
•Subject: Message subject. This is a required entry.
•Hide All: This options specified that a unique email message will be crafted and sent to EACH recipient on the message and other recipients will not be identified on the custom messages.
•Format: Choose whether to compose an HTML markup message or just a Plain Text version.
•Priority: The priority of the email ranging from Low-Medium-High. It is not advised to use High priority.
•Body: The body of the email. HTML or plain text. Users can specify the case-sensitive tokens #NAME# and #EMAIL# within the body of the message or inside HTML elements to customize the message for the recipient or create track-back links.
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