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Some of the form submissions are not emailed to meAsked by emarketingconcepts on May 04, 2016 at 12:23 PM
So some emails come in and some dont
why is that?
some of the submissions are there when i login to jotform but they arent getting emailed to me
why is that?
Your form email settings are correct and based on our logs, we are sending the emails to the recipient of the form. The emails may have been filtered as spam so please check that.
Here's how you can check your email history: https://www.jotform.com/help/293-How-to-view-all-your-form-Email-History.
This guide should help you understand why the form emails are failing:
OKay i was able to see the history
which is very helpful so thank you for that
but it doesnt say why the email failed to send.
Submission id - 338187286292922770
can you help in identifying why these emails are failing to send?
The Submission ID is on top which is successfully sent to your email. Did you check your spam folder? Check both your email client and by accessing your webmail account. If you are using POP3, the spam emails aren't automatically synced to your email client so better check it through your webmail account.
But when you see the FAILED notice in the email logs, that means the emails are not sent. There are various reasons such as the mailbox is not available, the emails are blocked by your hosting provider and the likes so it's recommended to add us to your whitelist settings. Again, the following guide should give you more information why/how: