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Has anyone tried installing profitsponder (an automatic e-mail marketing manager ) to their site here?

The software Script Server Requirements re the following

PHP version 4.1.0 Or Newer
MySQL version 3.23 Or Newer
Apache WebServer

Is these possible to be installed at Yolasite?

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Hi Leojin,

I'm sorry to tell you that it's not possible to install a feature that uses PHP or MySQL on your Yola site.

You can add an auto-responder to your Yola site using FormAssembly ( the form building tool.

To add a FormAssembly form to your site you can click on the "Advanced" tab in the Right Hand Menu and drag the Form Assembly form onto your page. You can then set up your Form Assembly account.

Before you can set up the auto-responder, you must make sure that you are capturing the respondent email's address.

1. Go to "My Forms" and click on the form you need to configure. This opens the form properties panel on the right-hand side.
2. Click on the "Notifications" tab.
3. In the "Email Collection" section, set the "Email question:" menu to the question in your form that collects the respondent's email address.
4. If the question is not available in the menu, edit your form in the Form Builder and make sure that the question where the email address must be entered has a validation of type 'email'.

Once the Email Collection is configured you can enable your auto-responder.

1. In the "Notifications" tab.
2. In the "Auto-responder" section, set the "Auto-responder:" menu to enabled (text or html).
3. Enter the email address and name that will appear as the sender of the email (e.g. your name and email).
4. Enter the email subject and message. You can use the following aliases:

The name of your form.
The date and time when the response was submitted.
The data submitted with the form. You should not use this alias if your form collects sensitive information that should not be sent over an unsecure medium like email.
The list of uploaded files (if any).

When you are done click "Get Code."

Copy the HTML code (use Ctrl-C or highlight with cursor > right-click > copy) and paste it into the Yola dialog box that opened when you dropped the widget (use Ctrl-V or right-click > paste to paste the code)

I hope that helps!