Hi,

When trying to send a newsletter with manual send rate, the emails are not being sent. These are the steps I followed:
1. Create a template.
2. Create a list using that template with 'Manual' send rate.
3. Add subscribers (Mass) to that list.
4. Click 'send' under the 'Operations' column of the 'Create/Send' tab.
5. Run cron.
6. Under the 'Statistics' tab, it shows a timestamp for 'Last sent' but the value of 'Emails sent' is 0.

Note that when I 'create and send a custom newsletter', the emails are sent correctly to subscribers of the list. Thanks for investigating!

Comments

Check reports->recent log entries.
Any messages after you run cron and click send on the manual list concerning this list?

Our developers have set up syslog to show errors only. There were no errors logged after clicking send and then running cron.

Category:bug» support

unfortunately newsletter messages are not errors:/ so you will have to enable dblog for a minute, try to send a newsletter and check it if you want to know whats really happening

Status:Active» Postponed (maintainer needs more info)

This is similar issue to http://drupal.org/node/1394346 and http://drupal.org/node/1419004

And the error code is : 1 Newsletter Lists failed to send because no published nodes found for their terms

I have exact same issue, and i have tried everything. With tags set to none in template, then creating and publishing content with some tags, still nothing.

I wish there was a bypass for tags in manual sending.

Technically when tags is set to none, the newsletter is still trying to get the tags list, and fails anyways.

And I cannot run the patch file in the first link, post a build with implemented bypass what would be perfect.

I follow the same steps as initial posting but get the list of errors - big long list of them.

Notice: Undefined variable: result in NewsletterCustom->send() (line 88 of /home/username/public_html/sites/all/modules/newsletter/includes/newsletter.custom.inc).

running the latest releases as updated by drush.

Sending newsletter at a manual rate, then run cron.

Joining thread since I'm having the same issue. I wish I had more to add but can't seem to make any headway myself.

Perhaps this is the problem.

I applied a patch to the newsletter module to add the variable to send if no published nodes. There were patches to 4 files.
Unfortunately I applied the patch manually and did not record the actual patch number, and am not that sure I have included the full patch code. Perhaps you can find the patch, I don't have the right time now.

patch code

for newsletter.admin.inc

$form['always_send'] = array(
'#type' => 'checkbox',
'#default_value' => FALSE,
'#title' => t('Send newsletter even if there are no nodes to list.'),
);

for newsletter.module
'newsletter_list' => array(
'label' => t('Newsletter list'),
'controller class' => 'NewsletterListController',
'base table' => 'newsletter_list',
'fieldable' => TRUE,
'entity keys' => array(
'id' => 'nlid',
'label' => 'title',
),
'bundles' => array(
'newsletter_list' => array(
'label' => t('Newsletter list'),
'admin' => array( /*PATCHED by PAW 9/10/2012 insert 3 lines*/
'path' => 'admin/config/media/newsletter/lists',
'access arguments' => array('administer newsletters'),
),

for newsletter.install
/* patched by PAW 9/10/2012 */
'always_send' => array(
'description' => 'Whether or not the newsletter should be sent regardless of new nodes present.',
'type' => 'int',
'unsigned' => TRUE,
'not null' => TRUE,
'default' => 0,
), /* end of patch */

for newsletter.automated.inc
// patched by PAW 9/10/2012 */
if (empty($nodes) && !$this->list->always_send) {
continue;
}