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Seperating shop owner email

Knowledge Base Lobby : uStorekeeper Support Conference : General Questions
Dec-18-17 11:41 AM EST
Original Message
Seperating shop owner email
Author stiles on 02-12-2000 at 14:01 (EST)
LAST EDITED ON Feb-12-00 AT 02:11 PM (EST)


Hello,

I just bought the storekeeper, and when I use it as a fake customer, the e-mail to the customer goes to me(the fake customer), "from" my domain, and the store owner notification goes to my domain server and hangs there. It won't go through, yet when I make a regular e-mail to myself through my domain name, it comes through to my AOL mail. Why do the orders get hung on the server, but not a regular e-mail? Is it because of the @ that Perl requires, while a regular e-mail only uses a @? I realize I can add the "secondary email" , but the primary email notification will still be filling up my server mail (UNIX with Pine Mail). ShopKeeper 1.1

Thanks

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  RE: Seperating shop owner email Bill Weiner, 2000-02-13 15:14:22 (1)

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        Author Bill Weiner on 02-13-2000 at 15:14 (EST)
When entering the primary email address on the "General Settings" form, be sure that you are NOT using the "@" in the email address. That is, make sure the primary email address was entered on that form exactly as it should be normally...without the "" character. (ie. if you want the email to be sent to sales@yourdomain.com....enter it exactly like that: sales@yourdomain.com - without any extra "" character.)
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