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Did I break Sendy by not making a cron job when switching servers?
  • Vote Up0Vote Down ParkerParker
    Posts: 7Sendy user

    I have two lists, one with 400 and another with around 1000 people. Recently, I switched from Amazon Linux to Ubuntu. When I made the switch, however, I forgot to make a cron job to run the autoresponders for each list. Each list has an autoresponder that should send the email on signup.

    I recently found out about this and added the cron job. Will Sendy automatically send the email to the people who signed up while the cron job didn't exist? Have I broken Sendy?

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  • Vote Up0Vote Down BenBen
    Posts: 3,494Sendy support

    Hi @Parker,

    Depending on what kind of autoresponders you set up, if it had already passed the time the autoresponder was supposed to send, it won't send. Otherwise, it will.

    Best regards,
    Ben

  • Vote Up0Vote Down ParkerParker
    Posts: 7Sendy user

    @Ben

    If I know what time the autoresponder stopped, is there a way I could target only those subscribers who subscribed within a certain timeframe for a new campaign?

  • Vote Up0Vote Down BenBen
    Posts: 3,494Sendy support

    You need to play with the Unix timestamp in join_date of the subscribers table directly in the database.

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