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
N sites with 1 CiviCRM Database 1. Single / First site installation Say site1.example.com which would be same as any other normal civicrm installation. Then enable multisite by visiting civicrm/admin/…
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Page: Payment Processors
This page provides a comparison chart of the Payment Processors generally available for CiviCRM. Links to configuration instructions for specific processors can be found at the bottom of the page. Pro…
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Page: Upgrade WordPress Sites to 4.2
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 4.2
IMPORTANT: CiviCRM 4.2 requires WordPress 3.4.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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