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Unsubscribing a Recipient

 

Every email message you send from your Act-On account includes an 'unsubscribe' link, typically in the footer. A recipient can click that link to opt out of future mailings. Act-On records unsubscribed addresses in the Opt-Out list.

Any email address that appears in this list will not be sent future messages from your account. If someone cannot click the unsubscribe link for some reason, or if you receive an email message from someone asking to unsubscribe, you can unsubscribe the address manually.

Please note: The system will not allow an email address to opt out if it is associated with an Act-On user (Marketing/Sales/Admin) or a From Address in your account. To unsubscribe one of these addresses, remove the user or From Address first.

Opt Out an Individual Recipient

  1. Click Contacts > Other Lists, and choose Bounces & Opt-Outs.
  2. Select the Opt-Out List title and choose Open.
  3. Click Add Email Address.
  4. Enter the email address in the pop-up window, and click OK.

Opt Out a List of Email Addresses

  1. Click Contacts > Other Lists, and choose Bounces & Opt-Outs.
  2. Select the Opt-Out List, and choose Upload/Merge.
  3. In the Select Method drop-down, choose Upload an Excel file or text (CSV) file.
  4. Accept the terms of the agreement by clicking the check box.
  5. Click Choose File, and locate the file from your desktop or network drive.

Bulk Unsubscribe A List or Segment

See this page.

Remove an Opt-Out

If a contact who has previously opted out of a message later asks to be reinstated, you can remove the email address from the Opt-Out list by following the steps below:

  1. Navigate to Contacts > Other Lists > Bounces & Opt-Outs
  2. Click the Opt-Out List and click Open to view the list of email addresses
  3. If necessary, use the search option at the top of the page to locate the relevant email address
  4. Click the envelope icon beside the email address to remove it from the Opt-Out List  
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