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    Hi Everyone,
    While creating my wordpress site, i used newsletter which was great. What i would like to do moving forward with this is to automate with Microsoft CRM database.
    i.e i get a new contact in CRM, then wordpress grabs the list at an automated time and re-updates with the new list. does anyone know of a way to get this done?


    Hy CherryPoppins,

    Don’t know if you still facing this problem.
    I will try to get you in the right direction.

    Assuming this you need to develop a own plugin for it.
    If a new contact is made in your CRM then the crm sends an Ajax-Request to the Plugin and the Plugin creates a new subscriber in the database table of the newsletter plugin.
    You can see a demo code for adding / delete subscribers programmatically in the subfolder api of the newsletter plugin.

    Hopefully this helps.



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