Home Forums Newsletter Plugin Support {subscription_confirm_url} problems

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  • #7872
    Anonymous
    Inactive

    Hello Stefano thank you for a great plugin.

    I am having a problem with my {subscription_confirm_url} tag in my subscription email.

    The email shows the correct url but not as a link. The user must copy and paste the url into the broswer to go to the page to confirm the subscription.

    How can i make it a clickable link?

    Many thanks,

    Matt

    #7876
    Stefano
    Keymaster

    Where are you reading the email? Outlook? Gmail? Other? Are you sure there is not a message saying “link blocked, would you activate them”?

    Stefano.

    #7878
    Anonymous
    Inactive

    Hello

    I was reading the email via Thunderbird and I have checked with other programmes and it is fine, so the problem is with Thunderbird alone, but this is ok.

    Thank you for your quick response.

     

    #11301
    pavelevap
    Participant

    Hi, I have the same problem.

    I tried to open email in Thunderbird and also in webmail client, but link is not clickable. I tried also different emails and localhost, but link is never clickable. Any idea?

    Thank you for your help!

    #11302
    Stefano
    Keymaster

    Or the mailserver is removing the links, or the client is blocking them. Do you use the tag directly in the email text or as “href” when you add a link to a word?

    #11450
    Frank J.
    Participant

    Unfortunately this issue was never solved (there is at least another thread in this forum about the same problem) or communicated clearly.

    My email client is Outlook 2003. The confirmation link is not automatically clickable.

    Does the variable {subscription_confirm_url} automatically create a clickable link in the email? Or is it necessary to set the link manually in the message editor of the plugin backend?

    -Frank

    #11455
    pavelevap
    Participant

    Main problem was that I expected that {subscription_confirm_url} creates clickable link. But it created only URL address which has to be linked to any other word or link itself. It was not so intuitive, but it works now for me… Maybe there could be default setup when {subscription_confirm_url} used without link in editor, then create link automatically…

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