When uploading an mht or mhtml file to Bulk Emailer moduel for DotNetNuke. You receive a message that looks like this:
The File C:\Inetpub\XXXXXXX\httpdocs\Portals\0\filename.mht Is A Restricted File Type. Valid File Types Include ( *. swf, *.jpg, *.jpeg, *.jpe, *.gif, *.bmp, *.png, *.doc, *.docx, *.xls, *.xlsx, *.ppt, *.pptx, *.pdf, *.txt, *.xml, *.xsl, *.xsd, *.css, *.zip, *.template, *.csv, *.htmtemplate ). Please Contact Your Hosting Provider If You Need To Upload A File Type Which Is Not Supported.
1. Login to your DotNetNuke website as a host.
2. Navigate to the HOST / Host Settings page – Other Settings
3. Add ‘,mht,mhtml’ (without the ”) into the Allowable File Extensions.
4. Click Update and you are done.
DotNetNuke only allows certain file types to be uploaded by default. You need to allow DNN to accept the Microsoft MHT or MHTML file type if you plan on using it with Bulk Emailer.
View the email messages that was sent on the campaign
More data – Clicking this reveals additional information about the campaign.
Email messages are by default link tracked. Any hyperlink in the email message will display in link tracking. The Thumbnail of the page, and the number of people how have clicked the link from within your email message.
Within this area is also some configuration options to allow you to create a list based on those who respond to a link. This allows you to create a conditional campaign to those who demonstrate interest in an item in your original campaign.
It should be noted that the icons run off a schedule process. And initially the link icons will show as below with the Thumbnail not available:
Once the scheduler has run that generated the thumbnails, the links look something like this:
Clicking on the number in the total links column will reveal some details about who has clicked on that link:
From within the link tracking matrix allows a DNN security role to be defined against a link. All email addresses that match a DNN user’s email address will have the DNN user account added to the specified security role.
This is a powerful feature that can allow you to manage roles based on those who express interest in a link of a campaign, for example a vote link, or link to a YES or NO compliance etc.
Allows for a friendly name for the link to replace the sometimes complex title that may have been necessary in the email message.
Add to list
Allows for the respondents to the link to be added to a custom list. This is similar to adding users to the DNN security roles, but is using the custom lists feature of the Bulk Emailer module.
Remember here too that the custom lists can only contain each individual email once. So clicking the add to list link will only add new email addresses not already on this list.