JungleMail | Subscription Web Part and its email and behavior templates
You might want to send new recipients a welcome or confirmation email when they sign up for a newsletter. In JungleMail for SharePoint there is an easy way to do this.
To begin, open the JungleMail Site Collection Settings from the Site Settings menu.
Here you will find several options that you can manage by simply checking the boxes of the features you want enabled.
Select the one below if you want the new subscribers to confirm their subscription by clicking an activation link in a confirmation email. Requesting an e-mail confirmation, or in other words a double opt-in, is a two step version of the subscription process. In step one the new subscriber fills out your subscription form. In step two, they'll click a confirmation link in thefollow-up (subscription confirmation) email to be added to your JungleMail subscribers' list.
And when you simply want to send out a welcome email, choose the option below.
Subscription automatic email templates
You can easily adapt and modify the Subscription email templates used for these features. Simply scroll down in the same settings menu and under the Look and Feel header, select the Customize e-mail templates option.
Here are three predefined email templates. And you can edit them here according to your needs or branding.
The Welcome e-mail template will be send to new subscribers, if "Send a welcome e-mail" option in JungleMail settings is enabled.
The Confirmation e-mail template will be send to new subscribers if "Request an e-mail confirmation" option in JungleMail settings is enabled.
The Update subscription e-mail template is a subscription modification confirmation letter which subscribers receive if Double opt-in is enabled and a subscriber tries to sign up for the same newsletter and presses "Click here to update your subscription information" in a Subscription Web Part (link from "Message: Subscriber already exists" Web Part behavior template).
Web Part behaviors templates
You can easily adapt and modify the Web Part behaviors templates . Simply select the Customize Subscription Web Part behaviors templates option.
This will open up a window in which you can adjust what the several behavior templates linked to the subscription web part will look like. You can modify any of these texts according to your preferences and needs.
Now we will briefly cover in which cases each of these templates would be used.
Message: Subscriber already exists
This template defines the message users receive when they try to subscribe and already have an existing subscription.
Message: Update subscription email sent
This template defines the message users receive when they click the link "Click here to update you subscription information" in the "Subscriber already exists" WebPart template.
Message: Confirmation email sent
Subscribers see this message when they subscribe the first time and subscription confirmation is enabled.
Message: Subscribe succeeded
Defines the message a new subscriber sees when he or she has successfully subscribed and the subscription confirmation (double opt-in) is disabled.
Message: Subscription updated
A subscriber receives this message when he updates his subscription, for example by choosing some new topics of interests.
Message: Subscription confirmed
A new subscriber will receive this message if he has clicked the subscription confirmation link in the subscription confirmation email.
Message: Successfully unsubscribed
When a subscriber has notified you he no longer want to subscribe by clicking the unsubscribe link in newsletter and confirms that by clicking "Unsubscribe" button he will receive this message.
Message: Too many attempts
This template defines the message users receive when they try to request a confirmation email more then 5 times during the last 5 minutes.
This template defines the message users receive when the Subscription Web Part fails to complete the subscribe/update subscription/unsubscribe task or another unexpected error occurs.