9.2-View Auto Responders

View Auto Responders

The auto-responders which you have created earlier using “Create Auto-Responder” page are listed here, the page provides exact information on when the auto-responders was created and scheduled to be sent out, along with the quick action buttons to manage the currently available auto-responders in the list. Only the admin account and the account with the permission from the admin to create and view the auto-responders will be able to view the table in the Figure#9.2.1.

Figure#9.2.1: View Auto Responder

View Autoresponder

Table#9.2.1: View Auto Responder Details


Sr is the abridged form of serial number and in almost all the view page of MUMARA, Sr would be the first column to start the view table with. Serial number of the table shows the records in ascending order (1-10).


The name of the auto-responder which you have provided earlier in the first mandatory field during the process of creating the auto-responder. This name is used to recognize the auto-responder among the list of all existing auto-responders within the application/ user account.

Created On

The column shows the exact date and time of creation of the particular auto-responder. By default the auto-responders created in the earlier dates and times are listed at the top, and the auto-responder created in the later dates and times are listed downwards.

However the sequence can be changed by clicking the header of the column which says “Created On”.


It shows if the auto-responder is created to be sent out, as soon as the subscriber signs up for your list (On Signup). Or after the subscriber has been in your list for (Example: 2 hours. 2 days, 1 week etc.).

Subject Line

The third step of setting up the auto-responder facilitates the creation of email content.  Subject line is the mandatory field which you need to fill with appropriate information while creating the content of the auto-responder email. The subject line appears in the area specific for the email subject in the recipient’s email client. 


Followed by the above mentioned details of the currently available auto-responders, table moves to the column for the buttons to perform the following action. 

Figure#9.2.2: Perform Quick Actions

Quick Actions

Extension- Table#9.2.1: View Auto Responder Details


The button only appears when the particular auto-responder campaign is still in progress. Simply click the button to pause the auto-responder.


Once the campaign is paused, the button automatically turns into the paused mode and needs to be clicked in order to resume the paused auto-responder.


Clicking the edit button will take you to the page, where you will be able to modify the whole set of information,  which  you have provided earlier,while creating the particular auto-responder. This includes modifying the email content and sending schedule of the auto-responder.


You will be asked to confirm deletion, once you click the cross. Answering the confirmation message in yes will result deletion of the selected auto-responder permanently.

a)       Number of records per page

To select the number of records you want to view per page, the page puts a dropdown menu on view towards the top of the page. The dropdown menu starts from 10 records to display, and ends with all records on one page. The following figure indicates the position of the dropdown on the page.

Figure #9.2.3: Number of Records per Page

Records per Page

b)      Copy or Print Auto Responder Details Table

Use the copying options to copy the data in the columns of the table appears below. You can copy the table by using the “Copy” button and can paste it manually in a file, or can copy and save the complete table along with the columns to .CSV file, Excel or PDF format. Further you can get a print out of the complete table by clicking “Print”. See the following figure.

Figure#9.2.4: Copying Auto Responder Details Table

Copy Table

c)       Search Auto Responders

Use the box to search particular auto-responders with its name or subject line. The search function starts sorting out the relevant results, soon after you start typing in the search box. If you don’t remember the complete term to search, just put few words for the search to sort the relevant results.

Figure#9.2.5: Searching Auto Responders

Search Records