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Problem with Constant Contact integrationAsked by jranney on April 05, 2012 at 01:11 PM
Integrating Jotform with Constant Contact (CC) is a great idea, however CC is permission based and has a very strict anti-spam policy. The current method of integrating CC with Jotforms is problematic as it does not allow for permission based signup. It simply adds the form submitter to the email list without any knowledge to the form submitter. This will lead to spam reports on CC which is a very bad thing, and can actually lead to account cancellation. Of course, a simple permission checkbox or statement can be added to the form but this would not stop the submitters name from being added to the CC list. We would then have to go into CC and manually delelte the submitter from the list, which defeats the perpose of the integration. The CC integration needs to be set up with a check box asking the form submitter if it is OK to be added to the email list (The text of this field should be editable). If the form submitter unchecks the box, then he/she is not added to the list.
I have contacted CC support with the same issue.
This is a good suggestion. I have forwarded this request to our developers for consideration. Incase of any new developments/reply from them i will let you know.
Thanks for letting us know about this concern.