A suppression is an absolute Do Not Send status in Real Magnet. Once a recipient is suppressed they will no longer receive any emails from that account. It is for this reason that reversing that suppression is a manual process.  Most often a suppression is completed by uploading records to the account via Tools, across accounts using Suppression Across Accounts, or by individual recipient.

A system suppression will occur and require additional measures to reverse:

  • Spam Complaint:  Real Magnet automatically suppresses recipients who register a spam complaint. This cannot be reversed via the instructions below and requires an email from that recipient requesting to be added back to your mailing.
  • User Not Found: Real Magnet automatically suppresses User Not Found bounces if we have received two consecutive user not found bounces.
  • Bad Domain: Real Magnet automatically suppresses Bad Domain bounces if we have received two consecutive user not found bounces.
You can modify the recipient’s suppression status by taking the following steps:

Add Suppression Status

  1. Select Contacts.
  2. Select Simple Search and locate the recipient’s record by either last name or email address.
  3. On the Search Results page, click the Details button associated with the recipient.
  4. At the top of the View/Edit Recipient page, click the Modify Suppression Status icon in the upper right corner.
  5. Check the message type they should be suppressed from receiving (Fax, Email or Both).
  6. Click Submit.

Remove Suppression Status

  1. Select Contacts.
  2. Select Simple Search and locate the recipient’s record by either last name or email address.
  3. On the Search Results page, click the Details button associated with the recipient.
  4. At the top of the View/Edit Recipient page, click the Modify Suppression Status icon in the upper right corner.
  5. If the recipient is suppressed, a check will appear in the check box of the message type they are suppressed from receiving.
  6. Deselect the check box.
  7. Click Submit.