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Not getting email notifications.Asked by aspirebar on August 23, 2014 at 11:04 AM
I set up 3 forms on our coming soon page. I get one of them, but not the other two.
I get the form from the button "I want some", but for the buttons "we want you", and "?'s", I do not. I can not figure this out and it needs to be fixed asap.
I am not black listed...
It is not in my spam box...
It is not my email host, as the email address in question received emails from everywhere but JotForm...
the url is www.aspirebar.com
I made sure your email address is not in our bounce list, our record shows good delivery of notifications:
I just sent a test submission from your form "we want you", let us know if you receive it.
In addition to this, try white-listing our domain names (We use Amazon SES method for "firstname.lastname@example.org" sender.)
Nope. still doesn't work.
So white-listing domain names did not work? That is quite odd, your email address "email@example.com" is not in our bounce list, and checking at the mail logs, it shows successful delivery. Would you create a second email notification, and try a different email address just for testing purposes?
Also, I would recommend you another solution, you could use Mandrill SMTP to send emails. You have to create a 3rd party account at Mandrill and get the provided SMTP details. What's good here is that you can managed and see the statistics of the delivery of the email messages. Please check this guide to learn how to set it up: How to use Mandrill to Send Emails From Your Own Email Address.
I did. Our button "I want some" goes to firstname.lastname@example.org...that one works fine. It is also weird because I cloned that form to make the other two.
Yes, please give a try using MANDRILL SMTP workaround and let us know what happens.
what is that exactly?
My colleague had provided the user guide on Mandrill previously.
Click on this link please
Inform us if you need further assistance.
Nope. is there a way you can check to see if there is a problem on your end? Kind of need this done asap for my client. i have used jot form for years, and never had a problem. It is wasting too much time.
Our sincere apologies! We have made sure that everything works to our end. May we know if you're using a Mail Client with POP configuration? Can you possibly check for the emails by logging into the domain webmail access instead? Check both inbox and spam folder when you're in web hosting login. I think your hosting provider is iPage.com
We don't find any issues to our end. Our email logs show that form submissions were delivered to your email address. You can check for these logs by following this guide:http://www.jotform.com/help/293-How-to-view-all-your-form-Email-History.
Whitelisting, as previously mentioned should help you resolved or preventthis issue. You can find all the list of our IP Address and Domains here:http://www.jotform.com/help/145-Whitelisting-JotMails-IP-Addresses.
If our default sender emails such as email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org didn't work for you. You can add your own custom sender email through the following methods:
1. SMTP:http://www.jotform.com/help/244-How-to-Setup-SMTP-for-a-Form. Get an SMTP details from your hosting provider and configure it to your account and use it to your current forms.
2. Mandrill's SMTP:http://www.jotform.com/help/236-How-to-use-Mandrill-to-Send-Emails-From-Your-Own-Email-Address. Originally suggestion by my colleague. This should help.
When using SMTP, you're changing default outgoing mail servers from Jotform to your own hosting and/or Mandrill's servers.