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Visit Admin > Site Info > Site Configuration Click on Scheduler Email Configuration (tab) There are two types of schedulers in Abandon Shopping Cart: One Hour:  This scheduler sends reminder email to the customers about the cart items, within one hour of leaving items in the ca...

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Visit Admin > Site Info > Site Message Click on an existing Site Message or create a new one. In this example we will click on an existing message. To add an image to your Site Message, is very simple Click on HTML Editor On Image Properties, click Browse Server. A new window wi...

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Visit Admin > Site Info On the left column, under Site Configuration (heading) click on Labels Here you can rename the Protected Level labels. Click Update when completed. ...

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First setup a site message (email campaign) Once your site message is created, now you can search for a customer segment, and send your message. Here are several common scenarios below: Select a CRM Group to send your site message to: Select a group of customers that ordered the sa...

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This is for internal purposes.     Visit Admin > Site Info (tab) > Site Configuration Select the first tab - Company Information Company Information is your overall Store Company Information with the main point of contact (usually Owner/CEO or Main Contact Pers...

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Visit Site Info > Site Configuration > AEM Only (tab) Search for Budget and checkmark the Customer Allowance Limit box. Search for Customer Options and checkmark the Sub-Accounts box.   Customer allowance limit is used to allow for Manager approval of orders placed at a specifi...

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These email addresses are for official company communications. Sales orders go to this email address; Purchase Orders go to the Purchasing Department POC; etc ...

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When adding in an image into a site email message, you must always use full URL path (absolute path), not the relative path. CORRECT WAY: Absolute path (full URL path) example: http://yourwebsite.com/assets/image/yourImage.jpg INCORRECT WAY: Relative path example: /assets/image/yourImage.jpg...