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Welcome to StackExchnage Aida. Activating smarty is usually done in the file civicrm.settings.php. However for what you have in mind you may want to take a look at the extension "Summary Fields". It prvides certain information / data such as the total contribution amount in custom contact fields which allows you to easily use them in emails or ...


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We have created an extension which bundles quite a few tools for handling mailings - it is called "Mailingtools". The good news is that it has a feature which will warn you when you accidentally navigate away from the mosaico editing screen. You could use only that feature if you like. Install the latest version of the extension Navigate to /...


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See https://docs.civicrm.org/user/en/latest/the-user-interface/searching/#proximity-search then from the actions dropdown create a group or smart group out of the results and use the group in your mailing.


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Welcome to SE! The first thing to note is that if you're on 4.6.36 you really need to upgrade. There have been numerous security fixes and functionality enhancements since then. You will also need to upgrade your version of php. But that's not what you asked... I needed to investigate mails with a status of 'unknown' recently. The standard reports did ...


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Is reply-to tracking enabled? It might be adding VERP tracking, as Mick mentions. Otherwise, I recently noticed that CiviMail will use the default site "From" as the Reply-To, unless the Reply-To override option was enabled in the CiviMail Settings. (this seemed a bit counter-intuitive to me, I would have assumed that the Reply-To would default to ...


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This is a mechanism for handling bounce messages and replies in response to the mailing so that they are associated with the individual that mail was sent to. It is quite complicated and you should start by reading https://docs.civicrm.org/sysadmin/en/latest/setup/civimail/ and probably also the Sparkpost documentation as well. Too much to explain here. I ...


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I think there are two issues at hand here: CiviCRM does not use the CiviMail/it's mailing feature for the thank you letters. In many case that would make a lot of sense but I guess when the feature was built no one considered using it for so many emails. You may use another extension that sends contribution receipts via CiviCRM's mailing feature such as this ...


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On a Contribution Page on the Receipt tab, you can add CC and BCC


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There's a feature I wrote for Email API for use with CiviRules called "send email to a related contact". I haven't looked at it recently to see if you can specify "any relationship" as opposed to a specific one, but it should get you most of the way to a solution.


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