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    Default Autoresponder For Guestbook

    Hi team, I've created an autoresponder for my guestbook to send the sender a note of appreciation for commenting and signing my guestbook before leaving my site. Problem is I don't know if they're receiving it or not. Is there anyway I can check or are there certain steps I need to follow ensuring that they'll get my "thank you" for visiting autoresponder? Thanks in advance
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    Default Re: Autoresponder For Guestbook

    Why not sign your guestbook yourself and see if you receive the message ... you could do that ....

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    Did you sign and get a reply from my autoresponder LadyEye? The link is www.ourjourneytolife.com/guestbook

    Thanks LE
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    Default Re: Autoresponder For Guestbook

    Thanks LE, I see you and a few others signed, did you all get a reply from my autoresponder?
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    Default Re: Autoresponder For Guestbook

    I also want to know how to edit/delete inappropriate entries. I followed the instructions below:

    You can use the FTP Manager add-on (BlueFTP) to upload and change permissions of the 'guestbookdb.php' file. (NOTE: there's also another file also called 'guestbook.php' in my FTP Manager)
    a) Login to the FTP server of your website using the BlueFTP.
    b) Browse to the folder where you've published the guestbook.
    c) Upload 'guestbookdb.php'
    d) Select the file and use Properties to set the permissions to 777
    You only have to do this once.


    It now takes me to my guestbook and asks for my PW. After doing that, I noticed all the permissions were changed for Owner, Group and Public. Do I revert them back after i make my deletions?
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    Default Re: Autoresponder For Guestbook

    Quote Originally Posted by pristinelife
    Thanks LE, I see you and a few others signed, did you all get a reply from my autoresponder?
    HI L

    Well I didn't leave my email addy so that is likely why I didn't - I don't put my email address out there so much u know ... it's truly a target for spammers ..

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    Default Re: Autoresponder For Guestbook

    Quote Originally Posted by pristinelife View Post
    I also want to know how to edit/delete inappropriate entries. I followed the instructions below:

    You can use the FTP Manager add-on (BlueFTP) to upload and change permissions of the 'guestbookdb.php' file. (NOTE: there's also another file also called 'guestbook.php' in my FTP Manager)
    a) Login to the FTP server of your website using the BlueFTP.
    b) Browse to the folder where you've published the guestbook.
    c) Upload 'guestbookdb.php'
    d) Select the file and use Properties to set the permissions to 777
    You only have to do this once.


    It now takes me to my guestbook and asks for my PW. After doing that, I noticed all the permissions were changed for Owner, Group and Public. Do I revert them back after i make my deletions?
    Click on the Advanced button
    Show Admin Link
    Enable this option to display the 'Admin Login' link on the bottom of the guestbook.
    Clicking this link will allow you to login as Administrator and remove messages from the guestbook.
    If you decide not to display the admin login link, you can login with this URL:
    http://www.yourwebsite.com/guestbook.php?admin=login
    The default password is 'password'

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