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MBI Substitutions

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MBI Substitutions module allows the use of your thirdparty extrafields in your commercial proposals, orders, shipments, invoices, contracts and interventions emails, via substitution variables.

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Module version: auto
Publisher/Licence: MB Informatique / GPL-v3
User interface language: English, French
Help/Support: [email protected]
Prerequisites:

  • Dolibarr min version: auto
  • Dolibarr max version: auto

 

Description

 

MBI Substitutions module allows the use of your thirdparty extrafields in your commercial proposals, orders, shipments, invoices, contracts and interventions emails, via substitution variables.

 

Installation

 

- Drop the folder ‘mbisubstitutions’ in htdocs/custom or use the option ‘Deploy/install external app/module’ in the list of modules.


- Activate the MBI Substitutions module which is now in the list of modules and change the module setup according to your needs.


- If you send a mail via a commercial proposal / order / shipment / invoice / contract / intervention page, you can use the variable __MS_XXX__. XXX is the code of the thirdparty extrafield you want to display in your email.

 

End-user License Agreement


The MBI Substitutions module is edited by MB Informatique SARL (SIRET: 83434236200011), whose head office is located at 9B rue des Alliés 68440 Habsheim - Tel. : 03 67 262 242. This End-user License Agreement legally frame the use of the services of the MBI Substitutions module.

MB Informatique SARL declines all responsibility for any viruses that may infect the User's computer equipment after use or access to this module.

The total guarantee of data security, integrity and confidentiality, whatever it is, is not guaranteed by MB Informatique SARL.

MB Informatique SARL cannot be held responsible for its use outside the legal framework.

This contract is valid for an indefinite period. The beginning of the use of the module's services marks the application of the contract with regard to the User.