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|0017238||phpList 3 application||phpList||public||25-06-14 13:08||21-06-18 14:05|
|Priority||normal||Severity||feature||Reproducibility||have not tried|
|Target Version||next major||Fixed in Version|
|Summary||0017238: allow subscribers to express a time and frequency prefrence for reciving their mail.|
|Description||mailchimp allow users to set, for example|
I want an email once a week
I want an email once a month
I want to get my mail at 7am
I want to get my mail at 1pm
We could have something better than this, but there are some complex things to consider too.
|Additional Information||Email from a subscriber that hit us by accident:|
"I receive emails from South Carolina Department of Health and Human Services. Although I appreciate receiving the email updates, I question why they must come in the middle of the night.
> I am on call so cannot switch off my phone. Therefore, I am awakened at 1:56 am for a simple email update.
> Is there any way you could switch the times of these emails so they do not come between midnight and 7 am? I think this is probably a common complaint because it is mostly health care workers who would receive DHHS updates."
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