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When I try to unsubscribe from the email you sent out, I see this… and it appears to be working. Not sure why it’s different?
I went back to the automated email that went out yesterday after I posted my new blog post. I clicked the unsubscribe link at the bottom, and it still doesn’t give an option to unsubscribe. See attached image. This is what I see on my end.
I was able to go back and uncheck and send. But I didn’t do a trial send, I created the post, published it and then tried to send, at which point I got the initial error. I had to go back and uncheck it before it would send.
I created a test blog post and it seems to have worked. I received the notification email. Will post a brand new blog post tomorrow and have created a rule that will send to the entire list, so I will see then if it goes through without any issues.
I have tried to send 2 test emails to myself (work and personal email). I have not received any emails though. Looks like all cron tasks are being completed. Inside sparkpost it looks like emails are being sent but only 1 has been accepted. And in the Inboundnow Sparkpost settings it says DKIM sending domain is invalid. Could this be the reason why?
The automation log said it was sent.
Sounds good, thank you! And also I posted a blog post yesterday and no notification email to all leads went out. I noticed dkim sending domain says invalid. See attached. Any suggestions?
Yeah that was my thought as well. Will prob go with Bluehost. The other hosts you mentioned look great too but they’re more expensive and seem geared to larger sites. Ours is pretty small and Bluehost should be more than sufficient and I’ve ready lots of great reviews. As soon as we’ve resolved everything with GoDaddy and migrated to Bluehost I’ll provide a login so you can take a look. Thanks again!
Okay wow! They told me that this particular table exceeded 2gb in size and that’s what caused the problem because it’s more than our hosting allowed for.
I’ll consider those, thanks! And what does that table do exactly?
They deleted that table in order to restore our website. In the process, somehow, the login table got corrupted as well so at the moment I can’t log in to the website myself. I have put in a support ticket to get that fixed, and as soon as it is I am switching over to Bluehost. They offer more database space as well as cron-events (can run 1 every 15 mins). Will let you know as soon as I get the new hosting set up.