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Integration with chat system.

Uses the Glip API for 'integrations' to allow Drupal to post messages to a discussion thread of your choice.

Via watchdog:

Configured through your logging settings at /admin/config/development/logging , you can tell glip to only notify you of events of a certain severity or type.

Via Rules:

You can add a glip message as a rules action to be triggered and configured according to conditions of your choosing.

Token Actions Extras

The Token facility also provides token actions which can be used in Views Bulk Operations and Rules.

This module is for additional token actions that are not provided in the standard token_actions module.

Currently it contains an enhanced tokenized email that allows setting the From:, Reply-To: and Friendly Name of the sender. This is great for mass emails using VBO.



This module adds tracking and communication service to your website. Module does not collect data of anonymous users.

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Commerce eCollect

eCollect® is a payment gateway provided by Avisor Technologies ( for Colombia and Rep. Dominicana. With this module, you can integrate your store with it, based on rules that define payment parameters. Useful to change those parameters depending on your needs!

Warning: If payment parameters are wrong, you will be redirected to the frontpage after submitting checkout form.


Entityform E-Mail Confirmation

This module provides elements for Rules, which will allow you to setup confirmation of emails, that are sent to your website by using entityform.

This module isn't "plug and play", after enabling it, you will need to create rules that will do the magic. It only provides:

Action: Generate confirmation URL
Event: User visited confirmation URL

Sending of confirmation e-mail will happen in Rules - after event of saving new entityform submission:


Rules Trigger

This module exposes Rules action components as Panels Content Types.

You can then configure the component when placing it in Panels or leave the required contexts open for configuration on the front-end.

Work in progress.



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