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Redmanz
11-04-2002 @ 6:44 PM
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I am currently putting together a newsletter application which involves a online editor for the site admin. In the admin area the site owner will be able to compose his message and than archive it into the database for immediate or later use. I have seperated the message into three parts header, body and footer. This is necessary as the mail-outs will involve 8 different types of categories but perhaps the message body will be the same for all and only the footer or header need to be changed accordingly. These three parts can be selected individually and then put together as one message. After the selection process has happened than the message can be sent to the database and stored in a complete message table. Than the user can select what category that he would like to send the message to from his mailing list. Once he has selected the category than he can do a mailout with his previously composed message. The part I am unsure of is putting all three pieces together and sending it to the database. I am sure there will be other problems but this is where I am at right now. Hope this is clear and of course can you help me sort through this all. I can post the code I have on my page that puts the three pieces together if it would make it more clear. Thanks in Advance. Oh yeah can't remember how to paste code into here without it stripping out.  Question

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11-25-2002 @ 4:21 PM
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do you still need help with this? If yes, let me know... I'll create an example for you!

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