Etiquette: basic-set-up

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Page: CiviCRM Localisation
Introduction One of our goals is to make CiviCRM as usable as possible - which means get it fully localised into any languages that our users find useful and make CiviCRM configurable in all the place…
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Page: CiviMail in a multisite
When setting up CiviMail for a multisite you should set up a Cron for each site. The Cron should run under the name of a user who has 'Access CiviCRM' (but not View all contacts, edit all contacts or …
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Page: CiviMail Installation
Introduction CiviMail installation consists of four parts: enabling the CiviMail component, setting up the SMTP configuration options, defining a cron job that will actually send the scheduled mailing…
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Page: Command-line Script Configuration (deprecated)
This method for running background tasks in CiviCRM has been deprecated as of the 4.1 release. The scripts referenced below have been moved to bin/deprecated for the 4.1 release, and will be removed i…
Page: Multi Site Installation
Please note: The directions on this page are valid for Drupal only. Multi-Site Installation There are several ways to set up a multi-site installation.  One way involves multiple sites that share one …
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Page: Payment Processors
Overview CiviContribute can be used to record and manage payments accepted through channels outside of CiviCRM, such as checks, money orders, cash, and PoS terminals. However, it is very convenient to…
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Page: Upgrade WordPress Sites to 4.1
Installing from scratch? Use the installation instructions for WordPress IMPORTANT: These instructions are for sites using or upgrading to WordPress only. Before beginning this upgrade, verify that yo…
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Page: WordPress Installation Guide for CiviCRM 4.1
IMPORTANT: CiviCRM 4.1 requires WordPress 3.3.x. This page provides instructions for installing CiviCRM as a plugin for WordPress. This is the recommended installation method. Before beginning the ins…
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