In the config.php I have set:
$language_module = ‘dutch.inc’;
But the standard e-mails are still in English.
So in the main menu, Config, Settings I changed some settings like:
‘Message subscribers receive when they sign up’
But still messages are sent in English.
In the database I see in phplist-config, the following lines
subscribemessage Je bent aangemeld voor de volgende nieuwsbrieven: … 1 NULL
subscribemessage:1 You have been subscribed to the following newslet… 0 NULL
subscribemessage:2 Je bent aangemeld voor de volgende nieuwsbrieven: … 0 NULL
What does “:1” / “:2” mean?
It seems related to editable which is “0”.
In our test environment I delete these rows and then it sends the subscribemessage on the first row.
But is this safe to do?
I don’t like to mess up the database.
I would like the frontend to be in charge.
A little confusing, 'cause the manual says:
" Transaction messages
These are the messages sent to the Subscriber based on various actions, such as subscribe and unsubscribe. The defaults are taken from Config > Settings > transactional settings. It is possible to edit these, although the defaults are suitable for most situations."
but it works.