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How to get info from a lead created by incoming email?

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Miguel Fernández
on 6/26/13, 7:40 AM 1,351 views

I have a form in a web that send an email with information of contact and other to OpenERP v7. That email create a lead.

Is it possible to get that info and save it into OE for create a new contact in automatic way, by example?

Or for be more clear: is it possible without programming a new module or without making changes inside of one existing?

How?

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Atul Arvind
On 12/26/13, 3:19 PM

I say yes, it is possible, by changing your web form action, what you can do is to write php script that makes xml rpc call to the OpenERP. and create a record of crm.lead model in OpenERP. By that way when normal user will submit the form it will create new record of Lead in OpenERP. without changing existing OpenERP module.

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Rob Henderson
On 9/9/14, 11:47 AM

Can anyone elaborate on how to do this safely. Openerp has warnings about performing XML RPC correctly . . .

Any simple how to guide, even just for a few fields?

I really wanty my website form to fill in the openerp lead's fields automatically, having to do so manually each time is a pain.

Thanks in advance.

Rob.

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