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      ListMessenger Support Forum Updated   08/08/2017

      We just wanted to mention that we have just upgraded our support forum software to the latest and greatest version of Invision Community. This will translate to a significantly better experience for users and hopefully a huge reduction in the amount of forum spam that pops up. Forum spam is poison to a support forum such as this because it robs support administrators of time which would have other wise went to providing important responses.


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  1. New Variable Usage

    Use this: <a href="http://www.domain.com/listmessenger/public/profile.php?addr=[email]">Update Profile</a>
  2. New Variable Usage

    Below is how the Update Profile variable should be used. Most of the variables can be used this way, with the exception of [unsubscribe] for example, as it outputs all of the code relating to the link including some text. <a href="[profileurl]">Update Profile</a> Hope that helps.
  3. New Variable Usage

    slightlymad, The key answer to your question is located down the left column entitled "Variables" within the "Compose Message" section of the main navigation in ListMessenger 2.2. This is the list of all available variables. Take the Profile feature for example (taken directly from the tip feature within LM):
  4. New Variable Usage

    I'm running LM Pro 2.2 Build (20081207) [unsubscribeurl] isn't working for me either so I am currently using: http://www.domain.com/listmessenger/public/unsubscribe.php?addr=[email]&g=[groupid] This allows me to compensate for the issue. I haven't tried [unsubscribe] since I am using a custom link.
  5. If you receive a “500 Internal Server Error” message when implementing the above code into your .htaccess file (this most likely occurs due to the server running PHPsuEXEC) you can alternatively try creating a php.ini file with the following code in it: register_globals 0 Or register_globals = off The only thing is that unlike the .htaccess file, you will have to place the php.ini file in every directory that contains a .php file within [LM Installation]/ javascript/wysiwyg/tiny_mce/plugins/ (that’s around 19 directories – more if you do this installation wide)