Automatic Delayed Letters
[Professional and Corporate Editions Only]
The Automatic Letters dialog lets you create or edit the text of the automatic letter that AY Track can send to new subscribers.
The delayed letter is sent to the subscriber a specified number of days after the subscription is complete. You can send up to five different letters with different delays. This is useful for sending back issues to new subscribers, reminders or follow-ups.
Sender (the address must be processed by AY Track).
Account Select the AY Track mail account. This account will be used to send error messages if AY Track is unable to send mail.
Email The email address of the sender. If you use validation letters, the email sent to this address must be processed by AY Track.
Name The name of the sender to be displayed to the subscriber.
Validation Lets you switch to the Automatic Validation Letter tab.
Welcome Lets you switch to the Automatic Welcome Letter tab.
Send this letter to the subscriber When this box is checked, AY Track will send the letter to all new subscribers with the specified delay. If this checkbox is not checked, AY Track will not send the letter.
Send this letter after # days This box allows you to specify when your subscribers receive this letter. AY Track starts counting days immediately after it receives the subscription request. AY Track starts counting the same way for all five delayed letter. If you want to send letters every week you have to put number 7 for the Delayed 1 letter, 14 for the Delayed 2 letter and 21 for the Delayed 3 letter and so on.
Format button lets you bring up the Letter Format dialog where you can choose between plain text and HTML. If you select HTML format, you need to put HTML code onto the tab. You need to use an HTML editor (such as FrontPage) or write HTML code by yourself. For more details, see HTML.
[Corporate Edition Only]
If you decide to use HTML with embedded graphics, and your AY Track is installed on a remote server, the graphics files must be located on the AY Track server.