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Emails associated with Mail List

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This window shows which emails are associated to this mail list for the purposes of allowing the user to unsubscribe from the mail list.
For mails to appear in this list, they MUST have been sent out using and unsubscribe list in the form letter merge.

You can:

  • Search by date sent to see what went out on a particular day or for a time period
  • Search by letter to see who got a particular bit of correspondence.
    • You can see who opened it the letter
    • Highlight a number of the lines based on status to see how many were sent and how many were opened
  • Have a look to see what is due the future
  • Select a number of emails and:
    • change their status to Not Done to resend them -or-
    • mark them done if you need to have them on the patron's file but never intended to send them, -or-
    • delete them - which means that the patron could no longer unsubscribe from the email.

Parts of the Email Recipient List

Opens the Form Letter Window and created a new Form Letter. Click here for more information on creating a Form Letter.
Opens the currently selected Form Letter. Click here for more information on finding a Form Letter.
Duplicates the currently selected Form Letter. Click here for more information on duplicating a Form Letter.
Deletes the currently selected Form Letter. Click here for more information on deleting a Form Letter.
Prints the currently selected Record.
View or Edit the selected patron.
Changes the status from done to not done (or vice versa)
Opens the selected letter for editing.
Prints the currently selected Form Letter. Click here for more information on printing a Form Letter.
Status This column displays the printed status of the letter, whether it is done or not.
Type This column displays the type of the letter, if it was a single letter or was it a merged letter
Date Begin Date the letter was added to the patrons record.
Date End The last date the letter was updated.
Date Printed The date which the letter was printed.