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    Quote Originally Posted by Bandanashop View Post
    Hi Chris, In practical terms no. You set up 1 Bluepark API account to sync with 1 Mailchimp account. Anything else will cause problems.
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    Rob
    OK so would I need to buy a separate API for each website and would I need a separate PC to run each one?
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    Chris, The short answer is yes to your first question and no to the second.

    Your API connection and consumption thereof is specific to each Bluepark website so yes you would need one software purchase for each Bluepark website that you wish to synchronise with Mailchimp. (This is what we do for our two businesses). However , it would be possible to run both copies in seperate directories on the same physical PC machine (as we do). The principal constraint would be your API use relative to the amount of users that you wish to maintain on Mailchimp.

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    Rob

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bandanashop View Post
    Chris, The short answer is yes to your first question and no to the second.

    Your API connection and consumption thereof is specific to each Bluepark website so yes you would need one software purchase for each Bluepark website that you wish to synchronise with Mailchimp. (This is what we do for our two businesses). However , it would be possible to run both copies in seperate directories on the same physical PC machine (as we do). The principal constraint would be your API use relative to the amount of users that you wish to maintain on Mailchimp.

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    Rob

    Hi Rob

    I'm mainly a Mac user and not that familiar with PC's. When you say use separate directories is it simply a case of creating a new user for each integration and installing a copy of the API for each user?

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    Chris

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    Quote Originally Posted by R.O.T. View Post
    Hi Rob

    I'm mainly a Mac user and not that familiar with PC's. When you say use separate directories is it simply a case of creating a new user for each integration and installing a copy of the API for each user?

    Thanks
    Dear Chris, You would need 1 x copy of the software for each Bluepark domain that you have. When you install it you will have a choice of installation directory. I would suggest that you name the directory relating to your domain name for each implementation. You can have any number of software implementations running on the same PC, they will simply be calling different domains and working in different physical areas of the disk directory structure. They will both be calling Mailchimp but with either different login details relevant to the domain that they are updating or the same Mailchimp account but populating different maillists. This is the process that we followed as we have two domains hosted on Bluepark.
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    Rob

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