Always click Save at the bottom of the page in Setup - changes are not saved until the Save button is clicked.1. Email Proof Recipients
- These email addresses will receive a proof whenever an email campaign is sent.
- Separate email addresses with a new line, semicolon or comma.
- When setting up emails in the system, it is always recommended that you send yourself and anyone else who is approving or reviewing the email a test proof to ensure the recipients will receive it as intended.
- Each email address added here will be added to a default list of users who will receive a test proof when using the Email Proof function on the Email Campaigns page.
- Please Note: This will also be the default list of recipients who will automatically receive a proof whenever a campaign is finished sending in the system. The purpose of this is for the recipients to see how the final email looked and to retain for their own records.
- This is commonly called a seed list and would include the email addresses of those you want to receive a copy of the campaign email.
- Note that you can overwrite this in the individual email campaign.
- Do not remove the firstname.lastname@example.org as it is used by Core-apps internally.
2. Default From Email Name
3. Default From Email Address
- Typically the Show/Event name
- Can be overwritten to include a specific person in the individual campaign.
- When the recipients receive the email, this is the who will be listed under From in the inbox.
4. Default Reply-To Email
- If left blank, the 'From' email address will be "email@example.com"
- We do not recommend that you change this from the default as it can reduce the delivery rate.
Always click Save at the bottom of the page in Setup - changes are not saved until the Save button is clicked.
- This is the email address that will populate in the To field if the recipient hits Reply after receiving.
- If left blank, the reply-to email will be equal to the from email. This value can contain an email name, e.g. "Support" <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
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