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  • @impossiblystupid said:

    see there are 827 bounces out of which only 14 were hard bounces and I sent to 25k so calculate it for yourself how much is the bounce rate.

    If it's not essentially 0, you're not legit.

    If you use MAILOWL (NameSilo) for either free email forwards, or even a backup MX, it punts the message the first time, because spammers don't tend to requeue and resend. So, having a soft bounce isn't always awful- hell, I'm thinking of making my self-managed systems do the same thing just to cut down on the clutter. Sadly, this puts the load to resend and deal with it on the other MTA- but is not only NMFP, but it works amazingly well.

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  • zilchzilch Member
    edited February 2017

    What software should be used for this task?

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  • @PieNotEvenEaten said:
    Hey guys i offer mortage and financial data via email so i can steal your identity. My viagra and penis growth pills email business is at a stand still right now. Help a prince out.

    Folex me once...

  • @Yura said:

    @rED said:
    live feed of mortgage data, finance etc data not crappy WHOIS db

    >

    @rED said:
    Legit mail data has the following things:

    DOUBLE OPT-INS

    Ofc DOI... Should i even need to mention that.

  • Yura said: DOUBLE OPT-INS

    Piece of shit. Sorry, but it is. Even big companies do spam to only registered mails in their database without any double opt-ins or extra mail confirmation from customer side. Like google, yahoo, yandex, mail.ru, wunderlist, asana, todoist, trello, microsoft with their shitty offers, paypal, amazon, etc companies. The World of hypocrites and dual standards. Please don't tell me that this is reputable companies. The rules should be applied to everyone, without exceptions even for such monopolists.

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  • rED said: 1gb ram 2 or more cores 15gb ssd 2TB transfer Price around $5-6

    Will need 5 extra ips on vps so total cost can go.around $10(vps + extra ips)

    Your offer looks exactly like for feed spammers needs.
    Good luck with finding crazy providers which will accept you on their nodes.

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  • @eLohkCalb said:
    Depends on how you define "clean". I have seen too many cases whereby subscribers stubbornly click "spam" button instead of unsubscribe.

    That's very true, but I consider it a separate deliverability issue. It's the difference between having a known good recipient with a confirmation that the subscription is/was wanted, or just crapping out messages to any [email protected] you get fed from someone with a list of emails to sell, like rED has admitted to doing.

    @ljseals said:
    Well obviously some do "clean" their mailing list. I got this surprising e-mail today from Freepik.

    That's a very progressive policy they have. I have long argued in favor of the idea that true subscriptions should be for a limited time. So, whether you read the messages or not, you'd automatically be taken off the list after a year (or 6/3/whatever months) unless you confirmed an extension.

    @WSS said:
    If you use MAILOWL (NameSilo) for either free email forwards, or even a backup MX, it punts the message the first time, because spammers don't tend to requeue and resend.

    That's another good example of an edge-case scenario that really shouldn't be categorized as a bounce. Again, it comes down to the fact that spammers have zero relationship with the email address they're abusing; everyone else can better classify why a message might be failing.

  • rEDrED Member
    edited February 2017

    @zilch said:
    What software should be used for this task?

    for mailing if u have small list then you can start with mailwizz then as your list increases I can recommend using interspire and then eventually go with DeliverabilityAgent or VoloMP(most of the biggest ESP's use these)

  • rED said: mailwizz

    Need opensource

  • @zilch said:

    rED said: mailwizz

    Need opensource

    look for iredmail, although it won't support everything you want to do!

  • Never would had predicted we would had turned into LowEndMailing

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  • @doughmanes said:
    Never would had predicted we would had turned into LowEndMailing

  • WebProjectWebProject Host Rep, Veteran

    davidgestiondbi said: What kind of mailing exactly?

    called spam or normally description is used "email marketing" to avoid any suspension of service.

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  • zilchzilch Member
    edited February 2017

    rED said: look for iredmail, although it won't support everything you want to do!

    already installed mail server looking for opensource self hosted cms for managing mail campaigns, bounces, stats, charts etc.

  • @zilch said:

    rED said: look for iredmail, although it won't support everything you want to do!

    already installed mail server looking for opensource self hosted cms for managing mail campaigns, bounces, stats, charts etc.

    I don't think there are any open source free CMS for this, mailwizz is very nice(user friendly) and cheap too($57) for this price this is a complete steal.

  • YuraYura Member
    edited February 2017

    @desperand said:

    Yura said: DOUBLE OPT-INS

    Piece of shit. Sorry, but it is. Even big companies do spam to only registered mails in their database without any double opt-ins or extra mail confirmation from customer side. Like google, yahoo, yandex, mail.ru, wunderlist, asana, todoist, trello, microsoft with their shitty offers, paypal, amazon, etc companies. The World of hypocrites and dual standards. Please don't tell me that this is reputable companies. The rules should be applied to everyone, without exceptions even for such monopolists.

    So, what's your point exactly? Yeah, you do get spammed by Microsoft, Yahoo, Trello. Double opt ins are exactly the measure to give and receive permission for emails. Without explicit permission it's called spam, no matter size of companies that send it. If you call double opt ins and giving consent is bullshit, then you are part of the problem.

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