Copy of each message sent to email(s)

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Copy of each message sent to email(s)

Postby howieb » 5:54pm, Thu 20 Feb, 2014

Dear Super Geek phpList Demi-God Gurus: :wink:

I tried searching for this and can't find an answer so forgive me it has already been answered...

I would like to send a copy of every message sent to select email(s) regardless of list, criteria, etc. I realize the test message box could be used for this, but I would like it to be done automatically.

Is there a place in the config files or such that this could be accomplished?

Thank you for your time! Much appreciated! :D

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Re: Copy of each message sent to email(s)

Postby Dragonrider » 6:31pm, Thu 20 Feb, 2014

or you could simply add your email to all lists? Might that do what you wish?
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Re: Copy of each message sent to email(s)

Postby howieb » 7:07am, Sat 22 Feb, 2014

Dragonrider wrote:or you could simply add your email to all lists? Might that do what you wish?


Thanks for the reply! :)

Good idea, but everyone in each list also have a required attribute. In my case it is for a homeowners association, I have a list for each building, and each building list has 5 to 12 unit number attributes, so I would have to add it to 144 combinations, then I will probably get multiples that way...?

Hmmm... *stroking my beard thusly*

OK, I think I figured out a way that may work. I could create a separate list and mark it as 'inactive' so it will not show up anywhere on the sign up page. Then I just have to make sure I check that list before I send out any messages and/or add it to the criteria. It isn't automatic, but that may work.

That would be a good feature though, IMO. For the master admin to get a copy of every message regardless of the admin, list, criteria, etc. so they can monitor everything. Just sayin'

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