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Allow single site install to send from Multiple Domains using alterMailParams

Yes you should be able to alter the headers using alterMailParams() hook function notify_civicrm_alterMailParams(&$params, $context) { $params['headers']['headervaraible'] = 'XXXXX'; }
Pradeep Nayak's user avatar
3 votes
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What is the Membership type 'domain' in the api?

On multisite you tie each membership type to a domain id. You can find what the domain ID's by looking at the civicrm_domain id table (or in the civicrm.setting.php file). If you create the ...
Andy Burns's user avatar
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2 votes
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Different Contacts of same child Group in multisite

We totally gave up on using sub-groups with the CiviCRM Multisite. This is too bad but really this seems to be far too complicated and very risky. That would also damage the work of people using ...
Ichi's user avatar
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2 votes

CiviEvent events partitioned by domain in WordPress multisite

I wanted to post a belated update here, in case it helps someone else or could trigger additional discussion or action. Per Jon G, I emailed CiviDesk and got a prompt response: We have developed ...
Martin_W's user avatar
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Dashboard and menu not shown when using domain name instead of IP address

Can you also update the base URL in wp-content/uploads/civicrm/civicrm.settings.php Find for CIVICRM_UF_BASEURL in the file and update the domain URL. Should be something below define( '...
Pradeep Nayak's user avatar
2 votes

SPF records to send from different domains

I feel like you're mistaking different settings. In CiviCRM you can declare different accounts. Go to Administer > CiviMail > Mail settings & From email Address. There you set what you need ...
Guillaume Sorel's user avatar
2 votes

Allow single site install to send from Multiple Domains using alterMailParams

JMA had two loosely related clients that were on the same server. See gist https://gist.github.com/JoeMurray/0d8663e9f034c0b5e23b123e75c9fa07 for the diff created about a year ago of the changes made ...
Joe Murray's user avatar
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How can I Move My CiviCRM (Wordpress) to A Subdomain?

OK. I did find William's answer helpful, but ultimately this is roughly what I did. I did it this way so I wouldn't have to spend time worrying about configuring a new Wordpress install to exactly ...
Joshua K's user avatar
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How can I Move My CiviCRM (Wordpress) to A Subdomain?

If I understand you correctly, you currently have CiviCRM installed within your main (WordPress) website. You would like to move the CiviCRM instance from your main website and to a separate WordPress ...
William Mortada's user avatar
1 vote

Error type: Could not find a valid session key. The now familiar error

SOLVED — Earlier I had an issue with more than one active session, and the code I had put into my WP theme functions.php to "fix" it, now became the problem itself. // if session status is ...
Garry H's user avatar
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1 vote

Outbound Domain Enforcement extension error

What are you doing when you get that error? It sounds like you have something configured to have two email addresses separated by a comma. Pick one and use that as the setting.
Demerit's user avatar
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CiviEvent events partitioned by domain in WordPress multisite

You could try adding a Custom Field to the events, and then use CiviCRM ACLs to restrict folk based on the value of that Custom Field. If that isn't viable then setting up civicrm to proper multisite ...
petednz - fuzion's user avatar
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