The Installation of MailBeez is successfully tested with Gambio GX 2
The installation is straight forward and can be done in a couple of minutes by following these steps:
- transfer new files
- add permission (half automatic)
- Install MailBeez
MailBeez is maintaining it's own tables - the shops existing table stay as they are.
Step 1 - copy new files
copy following file to your admin-directory
copy following file and folder to your catalog-directory (where your index.php is located)
catalog/mailhive (folder) catalog/mailhive.php
Step 2 - modify existing files
located and open the file
depending on the Gambio Version proceed as following
Gmabio GX2 early version
(...) ' . BOX_CUSTOMERS_STATUS . '<span style="font-family: Georgia, 'Times New Roman', 'Bitstream Charter', Times, serif; font-size: 13px; line-height: 19px;">;
Add in a new line
if (($_SESSION['customers_status']['customers_status_id'] == '0') && ($admin_access['module_newsletter'] == '1')) echo '<ul> <li><a id="BOX_MAILBEEZ" href="' . xtc_href_link('mailbeez.php') . '"> MailBeez</a></li> </ul>';
This places a Menu-Entry in the section "Customers"
Gambio GX2 with Service Pack
If you are not able to find the code above, you have Service Pack 1.1 or later installed
Option 1: add entry using a XML file
Copy the XML file from the folder structure below /extras_gambio into the Gambio System as following:
This allows Gambio to create a Menu-Entry.
Option 2: hard-code menu entry
# SAMPLE ITEM:
insert following code in a line above
if (($_SESSION['customers_status']['customers_status_id'] == '0') && ($admin_access['module_newsletter'] == '1')) echo '<ul> <li><a id="BOX_MAILBEEZ" href="' . xtc_href_link('mailbeez.php') . '">MailBeez</a></li> </ul>';
Step 3 - add permission
this will add the required permission for MailBeez for the primary admin account.
After a new login and clearing the page cache you will find MailBeez in the Section "Zusatzmodule".
If necessary add admin permission for MailBeez for secondary admin accounts as well