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Can you use Proxy to send newsletter and avoid blacklist?

Discussion in 'Proxies' started by IPaidForThisName, Oct 2, 2013.

  1. IPaidForThisName

    IPaidForThisName Regular Member

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    I am looking to send "newsletter" (actually selling) to a "borrowed" database of around 100k members. They have all given their consent to some other company but I am concerned the complaint rate may be over 2% in which case a lot of companies will just boot me out.

    I was thinking among the lines of a VPS/Dedi and loading proxies and sending newsletter using this method? Has anybody got experience with this?
     
  2. innozemec

    innozemec Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Probably your best bet is to get some mailing proxies and blast through them. I think there were some providers here in BHW, just look at the "Proxies for Sale" section in the Marketplace
     
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    proxygo Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    private proxies will get banned fast, and most suppliers on bhw will not tolerate
    that amount of mails going out on there proxies classed as spam
    your best resort is smtp proxies but bhw doesnt sell mailing proxies
    which is what he needs
     
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    OP, there is something called SMTP servers, which are basically "trusted servers" that WILL deliver your emails. There are free and paid ones, of course the paid ones you will be able to deliver WAAAY more emails than the free ones for obvious reasons, but you can always create new accounts on the free smtp servers :D