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A script that logs into a list of emails and selects "not spam?"

Discussion in 'General Scripting Chat' started by OTrap, Aug 2, 2012.

  1. OTrap

    OTrap Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    I was curious if this would be possible:

    If I sent an email to a list of email addresses, and it goes to the spam folder, but those emails all were logged into, and the email I sent was selected as not being spam, I would think that would improve the deliverability/inboxing of my emails.

    If I was to be able to purchase a list of email logins for a particular email provider, is it possible to have a script that logs into those addresses once an hour to check the spam folder for emails that come from a specific domain name or email address?
     
  2. ExpressFans

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    However keep in mind that each email provider has it's own separate spam filter. This would mean that you'd have to guy tons of gmails/hotmails/yahoos etc.
     
  3. OTrap

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    I figured as much. There would have to be a different script for each major provider, and I'd need to get a large number of email accounts for each.

    I was just curious if it was possible.
     
  4. ihatecaptcha

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    if you get many replies from your domain address this will improve your inbox rate.

    Tested on Gmail.
     
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    So if you have a new server its better way to force the user to reply to your email domain.This will increase your delivery.
     
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  6. OTrap

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    So replies are better than clicking "Not spam" in Gmail?
     
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    yes,this will increase reputation to your server.
     
  8. OTrap

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    Then is it possible to create a script that will do that?
     
  9. CoyoteAssassin

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    I've never heard of such a program but anything for the right price can be made.

    I one time sent a very large email campaign to my list asking a simple legit question. Something I knew they would respond to. I did receive a lot of replies and I cannot prove that it helped my inboxing, it felt like it did as it was a successful list - and then I dumped it and found my true niche.

    I can't remember if I had an auto-responder, but from a server standpoint, it would appear as though a conversation was taking place. :)

    So, unless you are ready to dump some cash to have someone make you a program only to offer it online for free or cheap at your expense, I'd spend more time working on IP reputation.