With the new request samples form the appropriate process will be based on their answer to Are you interested in email or print newsletters, or both? See attached flowchart For example if they select Print and want to receive samples via mail, then the follow up email is sent to them automatically. And the attached ltr is sent to admin with the data merged so that its ready to print. And you'll note at the bottom the include line. This line would be prefilled with the newsletters selected by the client. FF meaning Financial Focus, etc. Employee Benefits- BI Personal Life & Health -FF Senior Markets - FF(Seniors) Personal Lines P/C - IB Commercial Lines P/C - RM If the person selects Print Newsletters sent by Both Email and Mail, then in addition to the above step they would also be automatically sent the "print samples form ltr - sent via email" email with the selected PDF newsletters attached (attached in zip file) If the person selects HTML Email newsletters, then they would receive samples individually just as they do now, but would additionally receive the follow up email. Notes: 1. Only one follow-up email sent to the requestor regardless of whether they request Print samples sent via print and email and EMail samples 2. Under current setup, admin would just need to receive one email regardless of what samples are requested 3. While not addressed in the flowchart, I'd also like for sample requests to be written to our aweber autoresponder lists. There are 3 lists, HTML only, Print only, and both HTML and Print. They would be added to the list based on their interest in each product. If they are interested in both HTML and print newsletters, than they would be added to HTML and Print lists. We've already got a working samples request form so it essentially would just need to be modified to send the follow up emails, word document to admin, etc. Please let me know if you have any questions
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