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Number of Test emails allowed

The limit on the number of test emails is really disappointing.  The interface is difficult to work with and very temperamental.  It can easily take 10 test emails to get everything right, especially all the hyperlinks, because for some reason, they don't always take the first time you key them in the text editor.

 

Will probably discontinue the feature.  Very disappointed in it.

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Re: Number of Test emails allowed

Hello! Sorry to hear about the issues you've encountered in the editor. Have the links not been taking in the editor itself, or is it a problem that only appears in the sent email?

Explorer

Re: Number of Test emails allowed

I have been using Weebly for a year with no restriction on test emails. AND YES you are right it takes many to tweek your work.  

 

But today I have discovered they limited these test emails and now I am hung out to dry.... They should return it to unlimited or put a POSTED limit on it say 25 with a counter that indicates how many you are at.  And calling them did notthing. Ruth

Curator

Re: Number of Test emails allowed

Hi RuthBD,

 

It comes with 2 trial emails, you can send out test emails to see how it works, however there is no need to keep sending multiple test emails, the preview window is how the email will look (there is a test email function so you don't have to waste your 2 test emails if you don't want to). If you really want to test out the system, you can upgrade, if you do a 1 year promote, there is a 30 day money back guarentee. 

Explorer

Re: Number of Test emails allowed

I have the upgraded package... the problem is they went from unlimited tests to 5 tests without any way for the user to know this ...until it was too late...choices; put a display a number counter or allow unlimited test emails for customers that do not abuse the system.  For those that abuse it ...drop them to 5 ...but not everyone.

Explorer

Re: Number of Test emails allowed

Thanks for the kudos... whatever that is... I would rather have the unlimited test emails.