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Missing Newsletter portlet Tobias Hofmann 13 de Dezembro de 2007 14:51
RE: Missing Newsletter portlet Jorge Ferrer 9 de Dezembro de 2007 23:00
RE: Missing Newsletter portlet Jonas Yuan 19 de Outubro de 2009 07:25
RE: Missing Newsletter portlet Amine Bousta 19 de Outubro de 2009 08:37
RE: Missing Newsletter portlet Lisa Simpson 19 de Outubro de 2009 09:53
RE: Missing Newsletter portlet Maarten van Heiningen 14 de Janeiro de 2010 09:25
RE: Missing Newsletter portlet Maarten van Heiningen 5 de Fevereiro de 2010 07:20
RE: Missing Newsletter portlet Cyprian Gajda 20 de Outubro de 2011 08:56
RE: Missing Newsletter portlet Rotterdam CS 20 de Dezembro de 2011 06:06
RE: Missing Newsletter portlet Tamir allamiro 17 de Novembro de 2010 09:26
RE: Missing Newsletter portlet Christophe Cariou 7 de Abril de 2011 23:54
RE: Missing Newsletter portlet Jose Antonio Carapeto Sierra 12 de Abril de 2011 15:31
RE: Missing Newsletter portlet Hitoshi Ozawa 12 de Abril de 2011 15:50
RE: Missing Newsletter portlet Aleksandar Vasilev 30 de Maio de 2011 13:32
RE: Missing Newsletter portlet Philippe Brière 26 de Julho de 2011 01:18
RE: Missing Newsletter portlet Leo Pratlong 26 de Julho de 2011 01:51
RE: Missing Newsletter portlet Philippe Brière 28 de Julho de 2011 07:42
RE: Missing Newsletter portlet Andrii Ishutin 2 de Agosto de 2011 06:57
RE: Missing Newsletter portlet C M 10 de Outubro de 2011 08:06
RE: Missing Newsletter portlet Jasper Spoor 14 de Março de 2012 02:00
RE: Missing Newsletter portlet Gabriel Bustos Padilla 4 de Abril de 2013 08:13
RE: Missing Newsletter portlet Gabriel Bustos Padilla 13 de Junho de 2013 06:30
RE: Missing Newsletter portlet Bartlomiej Knabel 5 de Janeiro de 2014 14:24
Tobias Hofmann
Missing Newsletter portlet
13 de Dezembro de 2007 14:51
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Tobias Hofmann

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Hi,

in the Release Notes for 4.3.5 there is a newsletter portlet mentioned (LEP-2177).

I can't find this newsletter portlet in my downloaded version of 4.3.5 (tomcat bundle + war file only). Where is it? Where can I find it?

best regards,
Tobias
Jorge Ferrer
RE: Missing Newsletter portlet
9 de Dezembro de 2007 23:00
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Jorge Ferrer

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Hi Tobias,

I don't know why JIRA is including that issue in that list, but as you can see it's still open, because it hasn't been implemented yet.
Jonas Yuan
RE: Missing Newsletter portlet
19 de Outubro de 2009 07:25
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Jonas Yuan

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Hi Jorge,

This (Newsletter portlet) is good feature. It would be nice to add Newsletter portlet in 5.3.

Maybe it would be good to add newsletter features into knowledge base portlet.

http://issues.liferay.com/browse/LEP-2177

Thanks

Jonas Yuan
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The Author of Liferay Books:
Liferay Portal 5.2 Systems Development
Liferay Portal Enterprise Intranets
Amine Bousta
RE: Missing Newsletter portlet
19 de Outubro de 2009 08:37
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Amine Bousta

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I second that emoticon

Newsletter publishers should be able to :
- manage newsletter entries (as in announcements portlet)
- schedule sending dates (as in announcements portlet)
- manage the mailing list (as in "user group" management, let's suppose a mailing list is a user group in Liferay)
- choose between different html templates dedicated to his community/organization (as in a web template)
- manage an history of newsletters (as in anouncements portlet)

Subscribers should be able to :
- subscribe / unsubscribe (like in "user group" management, "my account" portlet...)
- receive the letter in his own language (impossible for the moment)


I think that a good way to achieve this would be to create a link between the anouncement portlet and the Journal system.

Here's how :
- Liferay admin would prepare a Journal structure called "Newsletter_entry" with subject and body fields and multiple templates linked to it.

- Newsletter writer would write a Newsletter entry with this structure and the template of his choice. He could then localize subject and body fields in any language he wants
- This letter can be approved, tagged, versioned, localized as a classical journal article...

- Newsletter publisher would have an anouncement portlet in his control panel
- He can add/edit an entry like in the current anouncement portlet, excepting that he would have a "journal web content" search container UI that would allow him to select the article made by the newsletter writer (new dev)
- He could then select a scope (like in the current anouncement portlet)
- Preview (like in the current anouncement portlet + new dev)
- Schedule a sending date (like in the current anouncement portlet)
- Then an e-mail containing the article html content would be sent to people in the selected scope (anouncement portlet).
- Plus: each e-mail content would be displayed in a language according to the default language of the user. (new)

So that would be basically like the current anouncement portlet.
Excepting that a link is made to a real journal article and that gives the following benefits :
- multiple languages
- multiple templates
- workflow
- versioning
- tagging
- the ability to display automatically newsletter archives on a web page thanks to the asset publisher portlet
- rich html editor for the body

I would like to know your opinion about that design.
-- Especially Raymond Augé who's the author of the anouncement portlet. --
Would this link to journal be a clever improvement of the anouncement portlet?
Lisa Simpson
RE: Missing Newsletter portlet
19 de Outubro de 2009 09:53
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Lisa Simpson

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Maarten van Heiningen
RE: Missing Newsletter portlet
14 de Janeiro de 2010 09:25
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Maarten van Heiningen

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Hello,

I am realy in favour of this portlet. If it has a multi language feature, and is able to send html mail it would be great.
A very good list of features Amine.

Maarten
Maarten van Heiningen
RE: Missing Newsletter portlet
5 de Fevereiro de 2010 07:20
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Maarten van Heiningen

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Hi All,

Is the newsletter portlet in the making? If you need it tested, please let me know.

Regards,
Maarten
Tamir allamiro
RE: Missing Newsletter portlet
17 de Novembro de 2010 09:26
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Tamir allamiro

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I think its still under test will check later
Christophe Cariou
RE: Missing Newsletter portlet
7 de Abril de 2011 23:54
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Christophe Cariou

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Hi,

our company (Asten) has developed a Newsletter plugin based upon 2 portlet :
1 : Newsletter, only visible for the webmaster.
This portlet is configured (preferences dialog) with :
- an rss feed, coming from an asset publisher.
- the id of a web content display portlet. It will gives the "editorial" of the newsletter.
- the url of the unsubscribe portlet, for the creation of the unsubscribe link.
- a key for crypting
- The name of the usergroup containing the subscriber list
The HTML of the newsletter is made by parsing the rss xml feed, and via content api we extract the abstract of the articles. On the beginning of the mail we add the content of the chooses Editorial article.
We then loop on the usergroup, and send an email at each, including a specific link for the unsubscription, with a crypted parameter containing the emailaddress of the subscriber.

The email sending run on separate thread.
We store the newsletter in the annonucment portlet, but it has limitation : 4000 characters.
Instead, we plan to store the newsletter as a document in the DocumentLibrary

2 : Subscribe/unsubscribe, visible for the guests.
This portlet is configured with :
- a key for un-crypting (the same as the one in the Newsletter portlet)
- The name of the usergroup containing the subscriber list (the same as the one in the Newsletter portlet)
When a user subscribe, he gives his emailaddress and we create an user account (without password) and attach him to the configured newsletter user group.
He unsubscribes from an "in mail" url, calling back this portlet, with his emailadresse as crypted parameter. The user is then deleted.

That works well and cand be extended.

I can't give you the code, but you have here the key principes.

Christophe
Jose Antonio Carapeto Sierra
RE: Missing Newsletter portlet
12 de Abril de 2011 15:31
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Jose Antonio Carapeto Sierra

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Hi Christophe, I'm very interested, could you send?
Hitoshi Ozawa
RE: Missing Newsletter portlet
12 de Abril de 2011 15:50
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Hitoshi Ozawa

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Is there a product description page with screen shot in your company page?
Aleksandar Vasilev
RE: Missing Newsletter portlet
30 de Maio de 2011 13:32
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Aleksandar Vasilev

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Hi Christophe, I am also very interested.
Could you send any information.

Regards,
Aleksandar
Leo Pratlong
RE: Missing Newsletter portlet
26 de Julho de 2011 01:51
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Leo Pratlong

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Philippe Brière:


Hi,

It seems there are troubles with this portlet. I tried it some weeks ago and I wrote a thread about it in the french section of this forum : http://www.liferay.com/community/forums/-/message_boards/message/9932542
You may say me what I did wrong with it. Thx!
Philippe Brière
RE: Missing Newsletter portlet
28 de Julho de 2011 07:42
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Philippe Brière

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Hi,

Thanks for feedback, will investigate
Edit : war is not ok, will be changed asap, in the meanwile, you may compile from sources : ant build-service war
Andrii Ishutin
RE: Missing Newsletter portlet
2 de Agosto de 2011 06:57
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Andrii Ishutin

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New version of newsletter portlet was uploaded (1.0.1).
Thanks to All for feedback.
C M
RE: Missing Newsletter portlet
10 de Outubro de 2011 08:06
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C M

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Hi,
thanks, your newsletter portlet :-).
It would be interesting if the portlet could also send mails to guests? What I mean is that it would be useful if every guest could register himself to the newsletters, without being a registered user of the Liferay portal. The guest could insert his email adress into a form and from there on he would recive the newsletter - mails.
Then it would be nice if a guest could also unregister himself from reciving newsletters... :-).

What do you think?
Cyprian Gajda
RE: Missing Newsletter portlet
20 de Outubro de 2011 08:56
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Cyprian Gajda

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Hi all,

If you are still looking for a newsletter portlet please check this one on at Liferay Community plugins site - Aperte Liferay Newsletter
It's open source portlet of BlueSoft http://bluesoft.net.pl - simple in use.
You can find out more about this portlet at http://bluesoft.net.pl/rnd/blog

I hope you will enjoy it
Cyprian
Rotterdam CS
RE: Missing Newsletter portlet
20 de Dezembro de 2011 06:06
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Rotterdam CS

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You could try this one:

http://www.liferay.com/en/downloads/liferay-portal/community-plugins/-/software_catalog/products/11816131

Cheers,
Jasper Spoor
RE: Missing Newsletter portlet
14 de Março de 2012 02:00
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Jasper Spoor

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Rotterdam Community Solutions developed a liferay newsletter portlet that covers pretty much every feature described in the wiki article mentioned above. Please have look at the following url, download and test our opensource portlet and tell us what you think.

http://www.liferay.com/en/downloads/liferay-portal/community-plugins/-/software_catalog/products/11816131

For updates, news announcements and future opensource contributions to Liferay, you can checkout our website at www.rotterdam-cs.com. If you would like to collaborate or be part of our team as a freelance Liferay developer, please send us your resume through the website's contact form.
Gabriel Bustos Padilla
RE: Missing Newsletter portlet
4 de Abril de 2013 08:13
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Gabriel Bustos Padilla

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Hi!

the problem of the portlet of newsletter of the Rotterdam company is that it doesn´t works in Liferay version 6.1.1 GA2 emoticon , anybody knows any newsletter portlet that works with this version?

Thanks!!
Gabriel Bustos Padilla
RE: Missing Newsletter portlet
13 de Junho de 2013 06:30
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Gabriel Bustos Padilla

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Hi! I have download it, anybody knows why with this porttel the admin user only can create lists in the root portal? I am not able to create it in whatever portal.

Thanks in advance!
Bartlomiej Knabel
RE: Missing Newsletter portlet
5 de Janeiro de 2014 14:24
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Bartlomiej Knabel

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