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A default Magento template is used for out-of-stock notifications. If you need to customize it, this can be done in Transactional Emails. After that you will need to set the customized template for store alerts:
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Yes, with this extension you can enable the stock alerts block for all products by default and disable the display for particular items. To disable the block display go to the product page, open the General tab and set 'Yes' for the 'Hide stock alert' option:
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If you can't send notifications while using Out of Stock Notification module, please see the guidance below.
NOTE: Notifications won’t be sent as soon as products back to stock, it will be sent according to the schedule.
If there are no emails, please perform the following steps:
1. Login as a customer at the web shop (front end)
2.1 Create a test subscription to a particular product
2.2 Set this product as 'In Stock'
2.3 Open the URL like: www.yoursite.com/index.php/productalert/add/testObserver
This controller sends emails without cron.
If you haven’t received the email, please submit a support ticket at: http://amasty.com/contacts/
If you have receivedthe email notification, the issue is related to Magento settings or the cron configuration.
Please check the following settings and be sure that the cron is set up correctly.
1. Open database and find table "cron_shedule"
If it is empty, the cron haven’t been configured.
1.1 Check Cron settings: https://amasty.com/knowledge-base/magento-cron.html
2. Go to System > Configuration > Catalog > Product Alerts Run Settings
2.1 Set up the "Frequency"
Daily - notifications will be sent once a day
Weekly - notifications will be sent once a week
Monthly - notifications will be sent once a month
2.2 You can set up your own time. Open this file: app/code/core/Mage/ProductAlert/etc/config.xml find the following line: <run> <model>productalert/observer::process</model> </run> and insert the code below before <run>...</run>
<schedule><cron_expr>*/5 * * * *</cron_expr></schedule>
In the example above Magento will check subscriptions every 5 minutes.
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