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1and1 blocks my emails, need a SMTP server!

Discussion in 'Web Hosting' started by john5170, Aug 30, 2011.

  1. john5170

    john5170 Newbie

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    Hi,

    I use an email spider to get emails from craigslist and other sources, but 1and1 email provider, blocks smtp access after the 1000th email or so saying:

    " Your 1&1 mail account "******" has been sending e-mails
    which have been reported as being spam by several recipients in the last hours.
    Please check whether these complaints are on reference to your e-mails or to
    e-mails that are being sent from your account without your knowledge.
    In both cases, the mailing of spam endangers directly the security of your
    mail account. To avoid a suspension of your e-mail submission service, urgently
    proceed as follows: .... "

    Does anyone know a way around this or a cheap provider where you can send unlimited emails?

    Thanks!!!
     
  2. trophaeum

    trophaeum Senior Member

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    sendgrid
     
  3. wowhaxor

    wowhaxor Executive VIP Premium Member

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    You need to read up on mailing a bit my man, you can't just use a random provider or even SMTP service (as most have strict spam policies to preserve their IPs since they're shared) to blast away. Its not like it was even 5-6 years ago!
     
  4. Gecker

    Gecker Registered Member

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    i have send 46.000 email from 1und1 6 months ago. you have to send a mail to the spam service with notice that you send a newsletter to your customer... i have done this 2 times and then my mails were send completely.
     
  5. wowhaxor

    wowhaxor Executive VIP Premium Member

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    They're not going to inbox though...

    There's more to mailing than getting your provider to allow you mail which is why I recommended he read up on it.
     
  6. john5170

    john5170 Newbie

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    Thanks for the advice,

    Sendgrid looks like a good option with $0.10 for 1000 emails, anyone tried that?

    Also, can you give me some good links to read about mailing? or good services that will do it for me?

    Thanks,