Your email address is moved to the Abuse Complaints Area and the sender of the bulk emails is notified. If complaints start accumulating from several recipients, MailChimp launches an investigation against the alleged spammer.
From their Knowledge Base:
[What happens if] I got an abuse alert in my account
At first, you should take an abuse alert as a "...
I had this same issue. Rather than go to Account, you need to look under your Profile. At the bottom of this section, you will find Connections and notifications, where you can then click to Leave Account.
If you just unsubscribe that user, the user can re-subscribe again and receive your emails. I suggest creating a new segment called "Blacklisted" or similar and add unwanted users to that segment (not list, but segment). When you want to send a new email blast you can set to send it to all users except for the Segment name "Blacklisted".
I am also wanting to have a different "reply to" and "sender" email for Mailchimp.
I keep searching for the answer to this but, I cannot find anything.
I don't think this is a current option for a Mailchimp campaign.
Unless you are willing to code your own template, basic templates have predefined sections that cannot be duplicated.
That is why when you go to the Content tab you do not see any columns option.
What you can do though, is to add more elements by duplicating them or by using drag and drop. But always within the predefined sections of the template.
It appears that method 3 is a valid solution if you have some programming skills.
I contacted the MailChimp and Mandrill support and they both confirmed that it's possible to send newsletters with Mandrill. MailChimp even allows you to use pre-defined templates for your Mandrill newsletter.
The solution is to write a script (in a language like Ruby or ...
It could be done in straight MailChimp, but it wouldn't be pretty.
Basically, you would need to generate a large text file with each user's bespoke html results wrapped in *|IF:EMAILfirstname.lastname@example.org|* <!-- user_x content --> *|END:IF|* conditional merge tags. This would get unwieldy in a hurry.
Better for this would be to use the Mandrill service, ...
The issue only happens when you use the "Send a Test E-mail". If the e-mail is triggered normally (like when someone subscribes), the e-mail will have the correct address.
I understand that you'd like to add multiple email addresses to one subscriber. I was able to verify that each subscriber is only able to have one email address attached.
An alternative would be to create a custom field for an "Alternative email address", but this would only enable you to segment and you would not be able to send to those alternate ...
From Don’t Send Email From Domains You Don’t Control, by SendGrid Team, dated January 3, 2017
If you’re sending from gmail.com, outlook.com, or some other third party domain that neither you nor the customer on whose behalf you’d like to send control, I have bad news. You’re going to have to find a new way. Starting very soon, those messages are never ...
When creating a new template, it is all going to be dependent of the Template selected. We would have two options to select from and will mention below.
Change the background color from within the 'Design' portion of your Campaign builder; in doing so it will in turn change the background color for the particular section your content has been ...
While not 100% exactly what the OP asked for, I was after a way to have replies to our marketing emails go to our customer service staff rather than the mailer email address, and it appears Mailchimp now offer this as a feature in 'Conversations'. Looks like it has to be set up on a per-campaign basis, but may be helpful nonetheless. Only requires that the ...
Advice here (with images) includes:
To send an account invitation to the email associated with your primary account login, follow these steps.
Log in to your secondary MailChimp account.
Click your profile name and choose Account.
Profile menu with cursor on Account.
Click the Settings drop-down menu and choose Users.
Settings drop-down menu with cursor ...
I am a developer for Cognito Forms.
Although we do not have a way to directly send over information from Cognito Forms to Mail Chimp. You can use Zapier to have each entry submitted also send information into your Mail Chimp account. You can learn more about how Zapier can help send data to Mail Chimp and other useful programs, and how to activate the ...