Which emails were successful ?


New Member
On Recipients tab in 'Send' column every line has ...
>> "+" in a box
>> a ticked checkbox
>> a Recipient's data icon

No paper plane icons on any line.

Is there an easy way to see who got their email & who did not with going line by line trying to understand the Connection log ?

869 Recipients listed. 431 sent. 438 failed.
MaxBulk Mailer Delivery Report [#14] - 21/08/2006
Mailer version: 4.4.2 (42)
Status: Standard - Registered

SMTP server address: mail.optusnet.com.au [Port: Default] SSL Off
Authentication: None (Settings)
Streams: 5 [5 Used]
Delivery mode: Singly (Tag processing ON)
Groups: All at once
Interval: None

Delivery start date: 21/08/2006 at 4:03:55
End date: 21/08/2006 at 4:30:06
Total duration: 26 minute(s), 10 second(s) - Retries: 0/10
Rate: 0.28 recipient(s)/second

to a total of: 869 recipient(s) [869/869]
Sent: 431
Failed: 438 (Bounces not included!)

Mail subject: Blue Hat Project-I need YOUR HELP
Mail priority: Normal
Return receipt: No
Mail format: Plain text [ISO-8859-1]
Mail size: 1.35 KB (Doesn't include attachments)
Attachments: 1 (67.8 KB)
Encoding: Base64


Staff member
You can see that by icon. Anyway, MaxBulk will never send to people you already sent your message until you press the 'Reset' button. So if you want to deliver your message to the remaining unsent recipients of a list, just press the 'Send button.


New Member
Thanks Stan,
So what do the icons on my screen mean ... I emailed you a screen shot.


Staff member
In your case you have 438 unsent emails. Scroll down your list, if you did not press the Reset button (and save the document before reopening) you should get 431 paper plane icons.


New Member
Last night I opened my file & some of the addresses had Paper Planes, so I hit send to email to rest of list.

I thought I saved, but today none of the names on the list have Paper Planes.

What is the step-by-step procedure to make sure the Paper Planes "stick" to Recipients even if I close the .mbm file & re-open it later.
Tks again, Warrick.


Staff member
The only thing that reset everything is the reset button on the toolbar. I guess you pressed it accidentally.