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Check out this extension by CiviCoop: CiviRules. You can do exactly that -> delayed Actions: https://civicrm.org/extensions/civirules


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I guess you can use Mailing Summary report with filter as start and end date and configure it to send email via schedule job.


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I added Options -Indexes to the Apache configuration file which changed the behavior of the link. The URL is controlled by a page in WordPress, which is creates a permalink.


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In my case, neither of the other answers solved the issue I was having although I'm sure they are also reasons why Mosaico might not be working! In my case, it was due to a dodgy Drupal module that was injecting whitespace into all the images which caused them to break. I set up a local copy of the site and enabled each module one by one until the images ...


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I know this is an old thread but on the off chance, someone else finds this helpful. I came across this error when I had an unclosed token in an email. I'd use the checksum token but inadvertently removed the final bracket - the email had "www.mysite.org?cid1={contact.contact_id}&{contact.checksum/" Once I added back in the final '}' all was back to ...


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I can confirm that this is still the behaviour of civiMail and Smart Groups. There is an extension that addresses this: https://github.com/3sd/civicrm-recalculate-recipients


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You will need to add your style sheet inside {literal} when adding stylesheet in Message template. For example {literal} <style> your code </style> {/literal}


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I changed the address to include a local part so VERP. This now works


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I got Sparkpost support to help me with this. I needed to add a DKIM TXT entry in my DNS for vietfeir.com and generate a new API key.


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Looks to be this issue: https://lab.civicrm.org/dev/core/issues/1037 You could try applying the PR linked there - or wait since it has been merged so will be in a release soon.


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That extension hasn't been updated in a while and it looks like mailgun used to send signature parameters as request parameters and now has changed and sends them as part of a json payload. So it looks like the extension needs to be updated for that.


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I think we've worked it out! A while ago some contacts had been manually added to the Smart Group (their status on the contact list for screenshot 2 showed them as 'Added' rather than 'Smart'). Smart groups don't automatically remove these people, so I've manually removed them which should solve the problem. Going to avoid manually adding people to Smart ...


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Sounds as if you may the ‘Hashed Mailing URL's’ option selected in your CiviMail Component Settings – Administer > CiviMail > CiviMail Component Settings /civicrm/admin/setting/preferences/mailing?reset=1 If enabled, a randomized hash key will be used to reference the mailing URL in the mailing.viewUrl token, instead of the mailing ID


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I've tried to use the extension on a Drupal7 based CiviCRM and got the same problem.


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