If you are using Drupal 6 with PHPMailer configured, then you might notice that after receiving an email through the contact form the "From" field is populated with the site name, instead of the user name. This can cause problems, or at least be a nuisance, since clicking the reply button in your email will automatically populate the “To” field with your site’s name. If you try to change the setting through PHPMailer (admin/settings/phpmailer), an advanced option with a field called “From Name”, and a description that reads “Enter a name that should appear as the sender for all messages.
So I had a client who upgraded to CCNewsletter 1.0.7. His business is heavily reliant on newsletters and he is an avid internet explorer user. He tried to send a newsletter and the first batch worked fine. However, after the countdown, the interface freezes and a run time error is generated. This causes the rest of the batches fo fail. Here is the specific error:
Ok, so here you are. You have just finished installing your spanking new copy of Virtuemart 1.1.4 stable into your joomla website. You know you are going to be dealing alot with coupons, so you decide to run your first test. You want to create coupons where the discount is taken out before taxes are calculated. Never fear, Virtuemart has just the thing you need. So you go to the configuration screen and tick the correct box "Subtract payment discount before tax/shipping".
Do you need to create a drupal site on IIS and would also like to use clean urls? There are other solutions, including installing isapi_rewrite. But if you are looking to write your own isapi filter (which is not that hard), you have come to the right place. This filter was tested on IIS6.