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Have you, or your clients been importing email addresses into your subscriber lists in Campaign Monitor? You may have noticed that when you import lists larger than your approved list size, a warning appears, noting that you will have to complete our campaign approval process prior to sending your campaign. The benefit is that you and your clients will no longer be caught out by the need to get your campaign approved, just as you’re about to send that time-critical email newsletter.

Our approval process is in place to ensure that everyone enjoys reliable deliverability and service. By having our approval team check that lists abide by our anti-spam policy, we can maintain permission best practice and great deliverability for all campaigns.

If you’re a designer sending on behalf of one of your clients and you import a list larger than your approved list size, you will see a message like this (“Before you can send a campaign to this list, you’ll need approval“):

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If one of your clients imports a list above their current approved list size, then they will see a warning like this (“Your account has not been approved for a list of this size”):

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Once your client has imported the list, an email will be sent to you, explaining that your client will need to go through our approval process before they can send a campaign. This will prepare you for any questions your client may have:

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In both instances, you will have to have to go through our approval process. This involves answering two short questions regarding your list, which we will then review prior to approving your first campaign to a list of this size:

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You will only have to do this once in order to send to your new subscriber list. Read more about how the approval process works.

Let us know your thoughts on the new campaign approval process – it will certainly mean far less campaign approval surprises for you and your clients.

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