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eZNewsletter admin tabs configuration

eZNewsletter admin tabs configuration

Thursday 18 June 2009 1:58:45 pm - 1 reply

Hi all,

I have a problem when installing eZ Newsletter.
I'm using EZP 4.1.2 with EZNewsletter 1.6.0 beta. It's a local test site.

My installation is almost fine, i can create subscriber's list, newsletter types... via the "Newsletter" tab.

But i can't figure out how to make the "Newsletter Setup" tab works =(
When I click the tab, EZP is trying to reach newsletter_setup/general, but tells me that I don't have enough permissions to display the page (i'm logged as super admin)

That's what i see in the debug output :

Warning: Insufficient permissions
Function required:
 Module : newsletter_setup
 Function : general
 ClassID : 
 MainNodeID : 
Policies that didn't match:

However, I can't find any module called newsletter_setup in user roles management =\

I think i could use eZ Newsletter without the configuration available through this tab, but i want to be able to manage bounces (soft bounces/hard bounces), and the email address that will receive undelivered messages.
As far as i know, this management is done through this tab, so i really want it.

Can anyone help ? Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Thank you very much.

Thursday 25 June 2009 1:43:43 pm

Ok, I figured it out.

The only thing I was missing is that EZP has a new system for modules loading since 4.1.

It's now necessary to define wich module you want to load for the extension module.

In my case, you can do this by modifying extension/eznewsletter_builder/settings/module.ini.append.php

And add those lines :


The "Newsletter Setup" tab should now work as expected.

Modified on Thursday 25 June 2009 1:44:33 pm by Jeremy B.


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