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Turns out this was caused by some server settings by my hosting provider (apparently they did some changes to the firewall). They managed to fix it and it seems to be working fine.


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What fixed or for me was creating a css file and copying the style sheet into that file and referencing it as a external style sheet in the html (instead of having it in the actual email)


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@logan Bear i would recommend you upgrade to 5.19.1 It has just come out and should include this PR https://github.com/civicrm/civicrm-core/pull/15779 which should resolve your issue


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I believe this is fixed with https://github.com/civicrm/civicrm-core/pull/15780. It will be hopefully included in a point release that should come out soon for 5.19


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Both answers above have been very useful, but I have found out a bit more. If you use the edit message templates permission to show the Message Templates menu item, then it still allows the editing (but not deleting and disabling) of the System Workflow Messages even if edit system workflow message templates permission is nitset. I don;t want to allow this ...


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campaign_id is a field in the civicrm_mailing table in your database. I suspect that the only ways to modify this are - edit the db directly - use the API Explorer to change the value assuming this is available via the UI (via /civicrm/api#explorer) hopefully those are enough pointers for a start


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This is an old topic but still a good one. It seems that it moved a bit in the messaging environment and that one can actually communicate through third-part services with Whatsapp: Waboxapp Whatsmate Whatsapp Business


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With the help of the answer to How to disable or fix the wysiwyg editor on civimail I managed to get it to not strip links by adding this line to the config: config.extraAllowedContent = 'html;head;body;span;ul;li;table;td;style;a;a[*];*[id];*(*);*{*}'; It's different from the linked answer in that it explicitly reallows a and all its attributes. So while ...


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You didn't mention the path to the config.js that you're editing, which I think will help people answer your question. However, my guess is that you are installing Civi using the Roundearth plugin, because that would account for you having two different config.js files. I'm also guessing you're editing the file at <projectroot>/vendor/civicrm/civicrm-...


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