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How to Execute a Script During Email Sending


In G-Lock EasyMail7 you can use the script to perform various operations with the fields values during email sending, for example, you can change the first lower case letter in the subscriber's first name into the upper case letter, replace a missing subscriber's name with any word for example "Subscriber", add http:// at the beginning of URLs, generate random numbers and use them in the email etc. All the fields in the contact group are available in the script.

The script works as a Pascal-like language interpreter. The basic differences from the standard Pascal are:

– all variables stored as variants;
– no need to declare variables.

To add the script:

1. Open the message.

2. Select the account, group and type the Subject.

3. Click on the “Advanced” tab and check the “Enable Scripting” option.

4. Click on "Add Script".

Execute script during email sending in EasyMail7

5. Enter a script name.

6. Type the script.

To insert field names into the script, click the right mouse button, click "Insert Fields" and select the field name from the menu.

7. To test if the script works as expected, type the values for the fields and click "Test".

Execute script during email sending in EasyMail7

8. Click "Save" to save the script.

To edit the script, select the script and click "Edit Script".

To delete the script, click "Delete".

If you delete a script, it is deleted forever and won't be available for future messages. When you re-send a message with a script that was deleted, the message will be sent without the script execution.

Here are a couple of sample scripts you can use:

Script sample 1. The script below changes the first lower case letter in the subscriber's first name to the upper case letter and replaces a missing first name with the "Subscribe"word.

var
 FName : String;
begin  
 // if First_Name is not empty – capitalize it  
 FName := Fields.Item[‘First_Name’].Value;  
if Length(FName) > 0 then  
 begin    
  FName := UpperCase(Copy(FName, 1, 1)) + copy(FName, 2, 1024);    
  Fields.Item[‘First_Name’].Value := FName;  
 end  
else  
 // First name is empty – replace it to Subscriber  
 Fields.Item[‘First_Name’].Value := 'Subscriber';
end.


Script sample 2. The script below generates a random value containing a lower case letter, a number and an upper case letter and adds the random value to the Subject. (You can use any of the fields available in the group instead of the Subject field).

function GenerateValueByMask(const Mask:String): String;
var  
 temps : string;  
 i : integer;
begin  
 Result := '';  
 temps := '';  
 Randomize;  
if length(mask)=0  then exit;  
if pos('datetime:',LowerCase(mask)) = 1  
then  
 begin    
  temps := copy(mask,10,length(mask));
  result := formatdatetime(temps,Now);  
  exit;  
end;  

i := 1;  
while i<= Length(mask) do  
 begin  
 if mask[i] = '\'    
  then    
   begin      
    inc(i);      
    if i<=Length(mask)
     then        
      temps := temps +mask[i];      
    inc(i);      
    continue;    
   end;
if mask[i] = 'd'  
 then  
  temps := temps + inttostr(Random(10))  
 else  
  if mask[i] = 'W'    
 then    
  temps := temps +chr(RandomRange(65,90))    
 else    
  if mask[i] = 'w'      
 then      
  temps := temps+chr(RandomRange(97,122))      
 else      
  temps := temps+mask[i];    
 inc(i);  
 end;  
  result := temps;
end;

begin  
Fields.Item[‘Subject’].Value := Fields.Item[‘Subject’].Value + ' '+ GenerateValueByMask('wdW');
end.


Script sample 3. This script replaces a dot in the value with a colon (2.5 -> 2,5).

Begin  
  Fields.Item[‘Purchase_price’].Value:= StringReplace(Fields.Item[‘Purchase_price’].Value, ‘.’,’,’,[rfReplaceAll]);
End.

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