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I'd used Sendy once on one writer's domain, and realized that I needed to use it on an umbrella domain for a few writers under one imprint (I didn't consider that the domain was going to show in every interaction with Sendy when I installed it.) So I moved the domain, changed the config file, installed it on the new one, reset the cron job, and sent the campaign to a test email.
I clicked all the links when that email arrived. I always do that before sending a campaign, and they were perfect. When I sent the actual campaign to subscribers, all of the links turned out like this and go nowhere:
This is disastrous. Is this something I missed when changing the domain? I've searched the forum, but the only thing I found was to check if the htaccess file was uploaded, and it was, and something about Ubuntu/Apache. I use Hostgator, so I don't think the Ubuntu problem would be it.
I visited http://daisywolfpublishing.com/sendy/l/uOEKdvzouT1hQcH3XhexAQ/oqkwkPLZF9LYy88v0HvFbg/KRuqORNIm4BUmd8929UhaFQA to test your trackable link and it is redirecting to ‘localhost’. This is an issue with different PHP versions between your server and command line.
Change your cron job for scheduled.php to:
curl -L -s http://daisywolfpublishing.com/sendy/scheduled.php > /dev/null 2>&1
Then send a test campaign to see if your trackable link works now.
Thank you so much, Ben.