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    Default Customer's First Name in "Send Email"

    When I am sending emails/newsletters to my customers. It is just the message that I type out. I would like it to say in the body of the email Dead (customer's first name),

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    How can I go about doing this? I know it does it in the emails that are send automatically, welcome, new order etc

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    Default Re: Customer's First Name in "Send Email"

    For your HTML-formatted emails, you can use the email template files. See: http://tutorials.zen-cart.com/index.php?article=113

    For text-only emails, you don't have that option.
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