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Email confirmation of newsletter signup


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1 May 2009 at 12:13pm Community Member, 21 Posts

We are looking for a simple way of having newsletter signups being confirmed by clicking on a link in the acknowledgement email

Has anyone implemented this feature successfully please?

Some direction would be fantastic



2 May 2009 at 12:34am Community Member, 15 Posts


This is exactly the feature I want to have. This method is called double opt-in and I am looking forward getting a sollution for this problem!

Thanx in advance!


15 June 2009 at 8:12am Community Member, 15 Posts


I got kind of a solution for the email-confirmation...
I just built a form-page, all inserts will be safed in a simple table in the dabase. The subscriber gets a email with a random generated Code. With this code he can go to a second page and put in a second formula. Is his code right, I just make the same actions like the »normal« newsletter-module-subscription form.
For Unsubscribe the function of the newslettermodule can be taken.

I hope this can help you.


3 October 2009 at 3:27am Community Member, 7 Posts

Hi Tonisch,

I'm also interested in your solution, could you post your code if you don't mind?

Thanks in advance!


4 October 2009 at 1:43am Community Member, 15 Posts


Okay, first thing, i did was creaing a table "MySubscription" containing standard fields like ID, ClassName, Created and with the extra fields firstname, surname, mail and valcode.
Second, I created a new PageTyp containing a formular where the user can give his Newslettersubscription inserts. After sending the form I created a random ValCode and send it to the user via email. I safed this information in the db.
Third, I created a second PageTyp where the user could give his valcode (he could also click on the link in the mail and get to this page). After submitting this form I called the "usual" Newsletter Subscription function and added him to our mailing list. I used this just for one Newsletter Types - I could not get it working with different newsletter types.

This is, what if done. But, my client did not want the feature any more - perhaps I have to get it work again in a few months.
I hope this answer helps you! If you are interested in the code I wrote just give me a pm / mail...


19 November 2009 at 4:59am (Last edited: 25 November 2009 11:51am), Community Member, 168 Posts

hi tonisch, it would be nice to get the code from you :

Thanks a lot for your help.