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Resend email without having to start Wizard over

After sending test email (USING WIZARD, NOT THE TEST LINK!) let me send the blast (if it tested okay) without having to start over. Reasons: (1) Additional work (2) The Reply-to reverts to my own address. Re-typing or re-selecting the Reply-to invites error. Why don't I use the test button? I do. But not just before sending the blast, because it doesn't test using the desired Reply-to ! (3) Sometimes it's desirable to send to two lists, as separate processes, so they can be tracked separately (e.g., Members' opening speed vs. non-Members). It would be nice to just backtrack and choose the other list, with the Reply-to being sticky.

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  • AdminTeam Husky (Email features, Wild Apricot by Personify) commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    Hello Randall,

    I forgot to mention that you can check everything you need inside the wizard. If you fill out the recipient step first, you can return to the preview step and send a test email. In the received message you'll see subject, reply-to and design of your blast.

    The preview step located before the recipient step because we know about formatting problems and there are a lot of users which pay more attention to a correct design appearance of their blast.

    Hope it will be helpful for you.

    Lily

  • AdminTeam Husky (Email features, Wild Apricot by Personify) commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    Hello Randall,

    If you send an email from the wizard to yourself with the desired reply-to, you can go to the email log and save it as a new email. The reply-to wouldn't be yours. You don't have to go through the whole email wizard, you can change recipients at the 4th step and send an email at the 5th.

    Lily,
    Emailing development team

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