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DragonByte Tech 22 Feb 2015 22:45

All bounces are handled equally by vBMail. Due to the vast number of different mail server configurations and their specific ways of returning a bounce, vBMail simply treats all incoming email to the bounce address in the same way. It will increment the user's number of bounces by one.

Users who have been flagged for email change will have their bounce flag cleared when they change their email, or admins can unflag them manually via the User Manager.


lazytown 25 Feb 2015 08:42

Will this work on emails that bounced before it was installed? I have a bounced email account with over a thousand bounces in it. If I install this will it process them correctly?

Marv 25 Feb 2015 10:25


Originally Posted by lazytown (Post 2538657)
Will this work on emails that bounced before it was installed? I have a bounced email account with over a thousand bounces in it. If I install this will it process them correctly?

Nope, cause there will be no "bouncedfrom"-header in them.

lapiervb 25 Feb 2015 12:33

I do not email the members very often maybe a newsletter twice a year. The biggest issue I have is emails getting sent to the spam folder. Does this mod improve the percentage of emails that successfully land in the inbox?

astdirect 16 Mar 2015 21:32

First, brilliant mod !!

Only problem I have is that there are no PM's being sent to users who hit the bounce limit. Everything else appears working fine. Lite version

astdirect 16 Mar 2015 21:59

OK, found reason. I had reached my personal PM limit !! It turns out that a few of the PM's were sent (up until I reachd limit) but the rest of the bounced list did not receive a PM. Will they be sent a PM in due course now that I have increased my PM limit??

DragonByte Tech 06 Apr 2015 19:49

vBMail v2.1.1

New Features:

HTML Emails
  • Full HTML emails now fully supported
  • Requires <!DOCTYPE in the body of the email


DragonByte Tech 27 Apr 2015 20:33

vBMail v2.1.1 Patch Level 1

Bug Fixes:
  • Certain replacement variables would not work if the email was sent in HTML mode


DragonByte Tech 18 May 2015 20:50

vBMail v2.1.2

Changes To Existing Features:

Mail Sending
  • Saving a Draft as a Template no longer erases the draft
  • Saving a Template as a Draft no longer erases the template

Bug Fixes:
  • Fixed an issue with viewing the mail history that could produce a database error


DragonByte Tech 04 Jul 2015 22:11

vBMail v2.1.2 Patch Level 1

Bug Fixes:
  • Subscribing to External mailing lists via the forum home block would not work as intended


Raakin 18 Jul 2015 04:34

When we create a new mailing list with default subscription for a certain usergroup, it is not subscribing any user to that mailing list.

How can we subscribe only those users who have opted for receiving Admin email? using the default subscription after creating a new mailing list?

DragonByte Tech 18 Aug 2015 00:41

vBMail v2.1.3

New Features:

Inactive Users Viewer
  • Displays a paginated list of inactive users
    • User ID
    • User Name
    • Last Visit
    • Last Activity
    • Last Post
    • Whether this user is "bounce flagged"
  • Sortable by:
    • User Name
    • Last Visit
    • Last Activity
    • Last Post


pjkcards 26 Aug 2015 03:11

Looks like a great mod, thanks for releasing it, and thanks for your time spent on supporting it.

Does it measure open rates? I'm concerned that much of our mass emails go into spam, and we want to fix that.

BGN64 06 Sep 2015 14:04

I just upgraded to 2.1.3 lite on vB 4.2.2 PL4 and get the following error on vbmail.php

Fatal error: Access to undeclared static property: VBMAIL::$version in /home/user/public_html/vbmail.php on line 214

BGN64 07 Sep 2015 12:26

Commented out

Line 114 'version' => '2.1.3',

This removes the error but I have not tried send an email yet.

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