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Random Winners 100305 Random Winners 100305 Random Winners - $1.50 Version 100305
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Description Updated 2013-07-25

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Random Winners one allows users to subscribe to a list, and then gives you the ability to pick a random winner from all subscribers.

There are two scripts in Random Winners. The first allows your visitors to submit their email for inclusion in a random draw through an AJAX form on your page. The second is like it, except users can submit their emails to your draw by sending a message to an email account with POP access.

The script must be set up to check the pop account periodically, either through a cron job, or by inserting it in an image tag on your page.

If there is a pre-specified keyword in the subject line of the message, then the email sender is added to the list.

When it comes times to pick a random winner, the administrator can use the built in random function to make the choice.


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