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Emailing all my users
by PPhysX
03 Jan 2012 14:50

I've tried almost everything, but I cannot get it working.

Users > Send Email to Users

Is not sending a mail to anyone.


How can I fix this?

Lynne 03 Jan 2012 16:00

Does the email on your site work otherwise?

What *exactly* are you doing (all steps and what are you clicking, etc.) and what is the exact result?

PPhysX 03 Jan 2012 16:46

Quote:

Originally Posted by Lynne (Post 2283432)
Does the email on your site work otherwise?

What *exactly* are you doing (all steps and what are you clicking, etc.) and what is the exact result?

Which email on my site?

Alright I do the following:

Users > Send Email to Users

Test Email Only?: No
Email to send at once: 500
From: my email
Include users that have declined admin emails?: Yes


I put a subject and the message, select the primary users, scroll down and press send.

Then it lists the usernames with - Emailing Okay next to them.
But nobody seems to receive anything =\

Lynne 03 Jan 2012 17:53

Go to Maintenance > Diagnotics > Email. What is the response there and do you get your email?

PPhysX 03 Jan 2012 20:41

No errors were returned while attempting to send the email. Check *****@live.com shortly to confirm you've received the email. If you don't receive the email, try sending the test to a different address. If that fails, check your mail server's configuration.

I tried 3 different emails. We didn't receive anything in our inbox. :(

Lynne 03 Jan 2012 23:58

Then that means vbulletin's email sending is working just fine. However, the server is not. You need to talk to your host about this.

PPhysX 04 Jan 2012 01:25

Thanks I will contact my host.


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