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09.05.2015
In a previous tech tip, we discussed how to configure and tune the auto-delete mechanism in LISTSERV to remove bouncing email addresses from LISTSERV lists. Bounce handling in LISTSERV Maestro is more complex because address data for a Maestro mailing can come from so many different sources, not all of them writable. For any mail job sent through LISTSERV Maestro with the "Handle bounced messages automatically" option checked in the Define Sender step, Maestro will store a list of bounced addresses.
The bounces can be accessed by clicking on the job name under the Completed Jobs tab of the Mail Jobs Overview screen. You may want to process bounces automatically through some scripted process without having to log in to the LISTSERV Maestro User Interface.
More details about the threshold settings can be found by clicking the green "Help" icon in the upper right corner of the LISTSERV Maestro user interface. The Source Details screen will become active if the selected LISTSERV list has topics defined and the Send job as standard list message to list members option is selected. LISTSERV lists often use sub-groups within the list to give subscribers the opportunity to receive only the posts to the list that pertain to the topics they are most interested in reading about. The Summary screen will display the LISTSERV List details and Recipient Details for the recipients of the job.
By default, LISTSERV Maestro uses the send time of the original job as the start time and the send time of the current job as the end time. Once LISTSERV Maestro knows which recipients to select from the previous mailing, then the next steps are to define the column that identifies the email address, decide whether to use additional recipient data for mail merging and tracking, and to edit the column headers, if necessary. LISTSERV Maestro needs to know if additional recipient data will be used for mail merging and tracking, or whether this information is to be ignored and the job sent as bulk email. When a text file is uploaded, LISTSERV Maestro will try to determine how the columns of data are separated, and how each column or field of data is labeled (header) on the Source Details screen.


In order to send out an email job, LISTSERV Maestro must correctly interpret which column contains the name of the recipient and which column contains the email address of the recipient.
In addition to interpreting the separator character and the quote character, LISTSERV Maestro will select the encoding used to create the text file. After separator and quote characters have been entered, and any encoding change made, click [Refresh Preview] to have LISTSERV Maestro attempt to parse the file again with the new settings. Once LISTSERV Maestro can successfully separate the recipient data into columns or otherwise quantify the data, the next steps are to define the column that identifies the email address, decide whether to use additional recipient data for mail merging and tracking, and to edit the column headers, if desired. For jobs that are sent as mail merge jobs, an additional drop-down menu is available to select the Name Column. Choosing the Select Recipients from a Database option allows LISTSERV Maestro to make a direct query to a database using SQL (Structured Query Language). There are no Source Details for recipients retrieved directly from a database by LISTSERV Maestro. Once configured, bounce handling in LISTSERV is straightforward and hands-off, because (with the exception of DQL-based lists) LISTSERV has the ability to delete invalid addresses as needed and to keep a record of that deletion. For example, a Maestro address source might be an uploaded text file, a DBMS accessed by Maestro on a read-only basis, or a query passed from Maestro to LISTSERV and run against an LDAP data source.
All Maestro mail jobs with bounce handling enabled will produce changelog data for bounced email. Contained in a drop-down menu are all the LISTSERV lists available to the LISTSERV Maestro instance. The options are standard LISTSERV settings that subscribers may have set for their subscriptions. This selection is only necessary if the start and end times have been input and are not the original or current jobs times.


The recipients from this file will be uploaded into LISTSERV Maestro just before the message is sent.
LISTSERV Maestro will validate the recipient list data file, checking for errors in the email addresses that would prevent the email from being delivered.
The information is required by LISTSERV Maestro in order to be able to communicate with the database.
In none of those cases does LISTSERV Maestro have the ability to write back to the data source, so bounces from Maestro mailings must be handled a bit differently.
For mailings sent to recipients stored in the LISTSERV Maestro Data Warehouse, additional options are available because LISTSERV Maestro has write access to the source data.
All jobs that have had a recipients definition successfully saved will appear in the selection list.
The file must be on a valid path on the server running LISTSERV Maestro (specifically, the LUI component). The database must be accessible to LISTSERV Maestro over the network and some configuration is required by the system administrator for the connection to succeed. LISTSERV Maestro will validate the recipient list selected from the database, checking for errors in the email addresses that would prevent the email from being delivered.



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