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Mass mailing: What happens if we send mass mails from company domain ?

By kiran.maan ·
What happens if we send mails in massive numbers from company domain,xyz.com with an attachment ?
Is there possibilities that domain get black listed ?
How can we register domain as authenticate to avoid such instance ?

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Yes, you get blacklisted

by Kenone In reply to Mass mailing: What happen ...

Explain the difference between mass mailing and spam? I must have forgotten.

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by OH Smeg In reply to Yes, you get blacklisted

What you mean there is a difference?

You learn something new every day. :^0

Col

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by nkfro In reply to Yes, you get blacklisted

Yes, there's a difference!

Most SPAM will attempt to disguise its content, its source, and/or its purpose. They'll use forged addresses as well as e-mail accounts provided by companies that choose to look the other way for the benefit of its customers, not the recipients.

A prime example is the Canadian drugstore sites. The e-mail address is never the same which makes it tough for anything but a white list to filter out of your inbox. MLass mailings are not always

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by Kenone In reply to Yes, you get blacklisted

@nkfro
Spam is unsolicited commercial e-mail.
Notice the period at the end of that sentence. There are not buts, or excepts.

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by nkfro In reply to Yes, you get blacklisted

Kenone, . SPAMers rarely follow accepted definitions. If they did, this thread would not exist. Definitions evolve in lockstep with real world use. A strict definition is not always an accurate definition. SPAM can also include and appear to be unsolicited e-mail from a single individual using forged headers thus disquising a malicious e-mail as an 'innocent' source.

Please notice the period at the end of my sentence. The accurate use of punctuation is not an exclusive skill set.

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"How can we register domain as authenticate"

by seanferd In reply to Mass mailing: What happen ...

You can't. You simply do not send mail to people who don't want it. Easy! Not spamming? No problem.

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you will have to pay for a service that does that . . .

by Who Am I Really In reply to Mass mailing: What happen ...

anytime you do mass mailing / bulk mailing,
you run the risk of getting labeled as a spammer
either by your ISP or the ISPs of the recipients

However, you can pay a legitimate bulk mailing service that is "allowed" to do mass mailing for things like: monthly weekly etc. news letters, web page / site notifications, etc.

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by chessnute In reply to you will have to pay for ...

And how one of those legitimate bulk mailing services win their "allowed to do" status? why those services can not be considered spammers? where do you need to go to become one of those services?

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by kiran.maan In reply to you will have to pay for ...

Thanx.. Let's understand technicals that they did something extra that is why allowed to do mass mailing and has minimal percentage of dropping in spam box and higher side of mails dropping in inbox...

I actually wanted to know, how to set those things for myself

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by Who Am I Really In reply to you will have to pay for ...

re: set one up yourself

unless you're trying to setup a spammer system, why would you want to set up your own when there are services out there that have already done the work

eg.
aweber.com

mass mailing that isn't spam is based on Opt-In subscriptions

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