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Another option you may want to consider is installing CiviProxy. You set it up somewhere on the public Internet (I imagine a free hosting account would suffice), whitelist its IP in your firewall, and it has a very limited ability to talk to CiviCRM. But the CiviProxy extension will rewrite your URL tracking to go to the proxy - and the proxy knows how to ...


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In Drupal you can do this with hook_civicrm_pre(): function mymodule_civicrm_pre($op, $objectName, $id, &$params) { if ($objectName == 'Mailing' && $op == 'create') { $params['url_tracking'] = 0; } }


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