It's not feasible to predict this in advance.
Anticipating the exact number of emails that will be delivered in advance can be challenging because it depends on various factors, and some of them are dynamic and subject to change.
Here's an illustrative example: If you select 8,100 recipients from your audience list, and your campaign ultimately sends out only 7,499 emails, it could be attributed to a combination of bounces and unsubscribes.
Bounces occur when emails cannot be delivered to certain addresses, often due to being undeliverable or invalid. Unsubscribes occur when a portion of your audience opts out of receiving future emails.
The total number of email delivery requests made to the tinyEmail service is typically the initial number of subscribers minus any who may have unsubscribed or bounced before delivery. For a precise understanding, you can review your campaign analytics for the total bounce rate and unsubscribe rate.
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