Whether such data collector on the site?

I would like to understand whether it is possible theoretically, such a data collector:
1. In the pop-up window allows you to fill in some data, including email
2. These data come to our mail, we obtain a third-party mailing services
3. The client also received a letter, stating that he subscribed
4. If the person no longer wants to receive newsletter, the letter from p. 2 need a button "unsubscribe from newsletter", through which we will receive a letter back, saying the client doesn't want advertising, and we will remove your email from our database.

Or other options where implemented, collecting data through the feedback form and further work with these data for distribution.
While that is not very clear how to fully implement this option while not touching the database site.
June 10th 19 at 15:22
3 answers
June 10th 19 at 15:24

from a P2 and what is the task? to cheat without service? sign on left in addition to the main?
2. These data come to our mail, we obtain a third-party mailing services

Here in this letter the customer should receive a message saying that you subscribed. And there should be a button "unsubscribe", thanks to which we will receive an automatic email with a request to unsubscribe and we manually delete mail with our customer base.
Something like that.

In fact on a third party service we do not provide, we only sent through him letters. Maybe even do without a third-party service. - Glenna.Runolfsdottir40 commented on June 10th 19 at 15:27
and the service mailings do not want to use? well , build yourself, what's the problem? the handler pishushih into the database replace the sending Soaps - Juanita17 commented on June 10th 19 at 15:30
I just don't know of any services that will enable you to generate a specific form with my desired fields and design.
And also paid options are not very desirable. - Glenna.Runolfsdottir40 commented on June 10th 19 at 15:33
the form will generate proper

however any Packing should be shaped, and so - Juanita17 commented on June 10th 19 at 15:36
and there are services that will allow your code to use in forms? - Glenna.Runolfsdottir40 commented on June 10th 19 at 15:39
June 10th 19 at 15:26
If not spam, then advise)
Is very easy and simple. Frontend + the backend and finish. if you know how to program, it is possible. Freelancing can for a penny to enjoy this.
Not for spam.
I just don't understand the scheme, how it should look. Just the frontend and the backend clear. It is not clear what should be in the backend. - Glenna.Runolfsdottir40 commented on June 10th 19 at 15:29
The user fills the form and sends it.
You server-side take her as you please. For example a post request you will have to send the application. Because the here. On the server side take the fields: name $_POST['name'], email, $_POST['email'], for example, maybe you have other fields. And send yourself to where you need. And send the letter received form the user and myself. And you're done. Nothing complicated. - Juanita17 commented on June 10th 19 at 15:32
June 10th 19 at 15:28
It is easiest to implement a direct send form data to pop-up immediately to the service distribution. All normal services for the mailings has an API and documentation with a description of the methods, and some services for mailing a generator of popups. The advantage of this method is that the service for mailing lists you can configure any series of letters, sent immediately after subscription (i.e., send data from the form in SERVIS), including a letter with a big "unsubscribe" button. Plus you can then API to collect subscriber data in other systems, for example in CRM.

Or you can do the opposite - to first send the data from the form on the website in CRM and then from CRM to service for mailings via the API.

If you go for the first option, I recommend a service mailganer, it has vstrenny generator popups with a flexible rule setup form is displayed to site visitors. All the data from the form are immediately sent to a list of subscribers, you can configure automatic sending of emails after subscribing.

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