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Notes on setting up scheduled jobs in CiviCRM, part of a larger series on configuring CiviCRM.
Notes I’ve found useful as I set up mail in CiviCRM, part of a larger series on configuring CiviCRM.
Notes I’ve found useful to have on hand as I configure CiviCRM.
How to display profile listings in CiviCRM on Joomla. …
Out of the box, CiviCRM comes ready for use in the United States, but localizations can be installed if you need to enter addresses outside the U.S. or use languages other than American English. Here’s how.
CiviCRM is an open source constituent relationship management (CRM) solution. It has been compared to Sugar CRM and Vtiger, the difference being that CiviCRM is designed specifically for advocacy, non-profit, and non-governmental organizations.