and one more addition: The unsubscribe link SHOW up in Maxbulkmailer 4.9.1. on my laptop under the "view source" under the eye icon in Previer:
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Can you post the HTML code you are using in the message field and the text you use for the Unsubscribe tag? (that text is the MaxBulk Mailer preferences, 'Tags' panel). By the way have you tried to change that text? Rewrite it? Remove it?
Have you tried to delete the MaxBulk Mailer preferences? It is '~/Library/Preferences/Maxprog/MaxBulk Mailer/Preferences
You can move it to your desktop rather than deleting it. Then you will have to input the MLM settings again.
I removed the preferences file as you described, then entered the mlm information again in the Maxbulkmailer settings.
Using Maxbulkmailer 8.5.1 on an imac running OsX Yosemite 10.10.5:
- I sent the (previously attached here) html mail again (with unsubscribe tag) : the message arrived without content
- I deleted the unsubscribe tag and sent the (previously attached here) html mail again : the message arrived correctly formatted, links in the html mail worked as expected, tracking worked perfectly, too.
Yes, I know that, 3 people in total have the same problem but no clues, as a programmer I don't know where to look at. The problem is that I have never been able to reproduce the problem. It is almost impossible to fix something if you can't reproduce the error :-(
Ok but unfortunately between 8.5. and 8.5.1 we switched from Carbon libraries to Cocoa, a change we can't avoid. And the problem affects 3 people out of several thousands. I have never been able to reproduce the problem myself. When a developer can reproduce a problem a fix is question of a few minutes. I am still trying to figure out what can cause that... :? I thought even maybe it could be because of the default font, the font you set as default in MaxBulk Mailer preferences... It would have been interesting to see if changing that font fixes the problem.