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Multiple From Address per Brand
  • Vote Up0Vote Down yaoquanyaoquan
    Posts: 36Sendy user
    Currently, from address has been made readonly and can't be change when a brand wants to create a campaign. My client sends out various newsletters from 2-3 from addresses how can this be supported? If i turn off readonly and allow them to key it in now as a temporary measure. Will it screw up anything?
  • Vote Up0Vote Down BenBen
    Posts: 3,667Sendy support
    The reason why the 'from address' is readonly when a client logs in is because they may change the 'from address' to something else not verified at Amazon SES. This will result in their newsletter not being able to send out at all.

    If you turn off readonly in the code, it won't screw up anything.
  • Vote Up0Vote Down yaoquanyaoquan
    Posts: 36Sendy user
    I see. But there could be cases where they do have multiple From Address registered with SES right? Alright I'll just remove the read only for now. Would you be taking care of such a scenario?
  • Vote Up0Vote Down arochwerarochwer
    Posts: 3Sendy user

    I am interested in this feature as well.. could it be changed to a dropdown list of verified addresses for that brand?? that way you ensure addresses are verified and brand can have "sub brands"... making it much more complete! Any thoughts?

  • +1 for this :)

    We've just started running Sendy, and this is an important feature for us. We'll simply disable the read-only status of the field for the moment. However it would be very nice to be able to register (and perhaps verify?) multiple email addresses per brand.

    Also, we're not running via Amazon SES - we're using an internal SMTP server, and possibly Mandrill or Sendgrid later on (depending on the client). So Amazon SES verification isn't required in these cases.

  • Vote Up0Vote Down roitherroither
    Posts: 4Sendy user

    "sub brands"... making it much more complete .... would be also very nice for me