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TFA Rules

TFA Rules message

Two-Factor Authentication Rules is a Drupal module that provides integration with the Rules module to add a condition to check to see if TFA has been enabled for a user.

This module also includes a default rule that redirects users on login to the TFA security page with a message recommending that they configure it.


Certificate Email Rule Action

Make a new Rule action available that will e-mail a Drupal user a Certificate node's PDF representation.



amoCRM is a web service for your sales management. Thousands of businesses use amoCRM to manage their leads and pipeline. Just add your leads to amoCRM, and the system will ensure that no lead is ever forgotten.

This module allows you to handle actions from amoCRM.
It has Rules module integration.
Also you can use our module API in your modules.

The module was developed by company DrupalJedi.

Ultimate Cron Rules


This project is for you if you want to programmatically run specific rules at a predefined time and / or interval. This is done by providing a new rules reaction event. When applied, the rule will be available as a new cron job for ultimate cron.

Using ultimate cron you can then set the desired time and or interval as usual.



Based on user field: field_fecha_de_nacimiento , this module checks each day via cron the users that are celebrating the birthday, then triggers the rule event "User celebrates the anniversary of his birth".

Mailcomment rules

Mailcomment rules provides a direct e-mail rule to integrate with mailcomments. Allowing a more flexible lightweight solution.

This is perfect for support tickets or more.


The Mailcomment module allows users to reply on nodes/comments by e-mail.

This module currently only integratis with either notifications or Message Notify.


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