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shermin sathi
12 de abr. de 2022
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The occasional typo or wrong email address can happen to anyone and is easily fixed. However, being blacklisted is serious. It is also not well understood by most traders. If you're using a reputable ESP, chances are you haven't made it to one of these lists. For example, Campaign Monitor keeps its own IP addresses clean so you get a high delivery rate for your emails. Even so, understanding how blacklists work can help you understand how email works and what to watch out for. In this article, we'll cover some basics blacklists and what can be done to avoid them. What is an email blacklist? A blacklist is a real-time list that identifies IP addresses or domains known to send spam. They company mailing list are used by organizations such as Internet Service Providers (ISPs), free mailbox providers and anti-spam providers to prevent spam from entering their systems. An individual or ESP may find their IP addresses or domains on one or more blacklists depending on the quantity and quality of emails and lists they were sent to. While it might seem annoying to have your carefully crafted emails rejected before they even reach your subscribers, blacklists are actually quite useful. Nearly 85% email sent daily is considered spam, so blacklists exist to keep a huge amount of unwanted messages out of people's inboxes. Very large ISPs have their own internal blacklists, but many use publicly available lists maintained by companies that specialize in this area. Understanding Spam Keep in mind that spam has different definitions for different people. Some spam is email that's supposed to be malicious or harmful, trying to add a virus to your computer or trick you into doing
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