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Issues sending emails via Mandrill service. Sometimes messages disappear

I've been using the Mandrill service to deliver automated emails from my web site (using their php APIs.) The service seems to work, except sometimes I get questions from my customers that claim that ...
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109 views

SpamAssassin penalising DK Signed

I am checking an email for spam via isnotspam.com, in the results I'm receiving the following messages: ---------------------------------------------------------- DomainKeys check details: ...
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111 views

Can Mailchimp APIs be used to send templated transaction email triggered by actions on my website?

I am currently playing around with Mailchimp's APIs, but the documentation to me is not very clear. Here is what I actually want: Have the templates I created on Mailchimp, be visible on my own ...
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566 views

Mandrill for bulk messaging

I'm about to start sending a newsletter to quite a big amount of users (around 60k emails). They are all customised emails, in around 30 different languages, so almost every email will be different ...
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427 views

Reduce likelihood of Mailchimp email campaign going to Spam

The company I work for sends a marketing email at least one time per week using Mailchimp's email service. All of our subscribers are opt-in active customers and our emails are not spammy. There is ...
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217 views

What does ADV in the email title stand for

I'm using MailChimp, and I sent out a test newsletter to myself, and the title had ADV: added to the beginning of my title. I'm not sure if MailChimp did that on its own, or if it was outlook ...
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245 views

How Mailchimp (and others) work out if email was opened, went to junk ect [closed]

I'm aware of read receipts in emails, but these mean that the reader has to agree to send back the read receipt. But with Mailchimp (and perhaps others) they have a dashboard to show you which people ...
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Can I migrate from GNU Mailman to MailChimp?

I have ~20 lists, all of which are mostly announce-only (newsletters--recipients do not reply back to the list) running in GNU Mailman. It's alright. Mailman has certainly prooven itself but we want ...