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[SOLVED] MailCHIMP Plugin FATAL ERROR 12 years 5 months ago #16415

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After users completed their registration, we began getting this error message after installing the MailChimp Component Plugin.

Fatal Error: Class 'phpmailerException' not found in file... bla bla.

This was directly referring to the System Plugin for MailChimp. I disabled the plugin and error message went away.

Any thoughts?

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[SOLVED] MailCHIMP Plugin FATAL ERROR 12 years 5 months ago #16466

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Hey Jim... please submit a ticket with more detail on this. Full error message. No other reports of this yet and not something we can replicate. Probably specific to a setting or something else in your site. Send details and access and we'll check it out. Thanks.

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[SOLVED] MailCHIMP Plugin FATAL ERROR 12 years 5 months ago #16469

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Nathan -
There's a system plugin named: System - freakedout Mailchimp STS version I have is 1.0

This contains the API from your MailChimp account and has one parameter (Yes or No) setting for https.

From what I have researched, this causes an error from the mail.php file located in the /plugins/system/fmsts/mail.php on line 62.

The code there is:
public function __construct() {

		$plugin = JPluginHelper::getPlugin('system', 'fmsts');
		$this->params = new JParameter($plugin->params);

		$this->apiKey = $this->params->get('apiKey');

Checked the API and it was correct. Not sure if this was installed with your extension or not, but disabling it doesn't seem to be affecting the functionality of new registrations being added to MC list?

There is a newer version out now, 1.1.

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[SOLVED] MailCHIMP Plugin FATAL ERROR 12 years 5 months ago #16470

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That plugin has absolutely nothing to do with the DT plugin. It's from something else. Anything from us would be pretty obvious and not say "freakedout" :)

Is that the plugin that was causing the error? Do you still have an issue with OUR plugin?

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[SOLVED] MailCHIMP Plugin FATAL ERROR 12 years 5 months ago #16471

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No issue with registered users being added to the mail list. Like I said, I did not know if this was installed as a part of your plugin or not. We're good.

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