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Got Busted For Sending Too Many Emails.. Where Do I Go From Here?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by OneSeventeen, Jul 24, 2014.

  1. OneSeventeen

    OneSeventeen Newbie

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    So I got this message/auto reply (below) in my inbox today after sending approximately 20-25 generic emails. The emails were all just a sales pitch to local businesses. The content of each email was similar in the sense that I just made a basic template and added a couple additional unique selling points to each individual recipient.

    As a result of getting the (below) auto reply, I have a few questions that I'm hoping you guys may be willing to help me with:

    - Can I use this email address again for regular non-promotional emails and still have my regular emails arrive I. The recipients inbox safely? Or is my email address permanently flagged and is everything I send from this email address going direct to everyone's spam folders?

    - These email pitches I was sending before seeing the below message were pretty effective and was getting a good response from them. I'd like to be able to send approximately 75-150 emails daily. To do this would I have to spread the messages across multiple email addresses or could I get them all out from one address? If I have to spead the emails out over a series of accounts, can they be newly created accounts that I've made or do I need to find some aged addresses?

    - Since I'm only looking to send out 75-150 emails daily I'm hoping this is something that I can do on my own as opposed to hiring a service. I have 10 private proxies that I purchased thru SquidProxies. I'm trying to map out my plan of attack here but am obviously lacking the depth of knowledge that many of you guys have. I would really appreciate if any of you could guide me in the right direction in how I should approach this. Thank you so much.

    *** Automated Reply I Was Referring To Below ***

    This message was created automatically by mail delivery software.
    A message that you sent has not yet been delivered to one or more of its
    recipients after more than 48 hours on the queue on gt500.websitewelcome.com.

    The message identifier is: 1X7ORI-0005BJ-CR
    The subject of the message is: Business Proposal
    The date of the message is: Wed, 16 Jul 2014 05:35:55 -0700

    The address to which the message has not yet been delivered is:

    xxxxx@gmail.com
    (ultimately generated from info@xxxxx.com)
    Delay reason: SMTP error from remote mail server after end of data:
    host alt4.gmail-smtp-in.l.google.com [74.125.132.86]:
    421-4.7.0 [192.121.2.759 15] Our system has detected an unusual rate of
    421-4.7.0 unsolicited mail originating from your IP address. To protect our
    421-4.7.0 users from spam, mail sent from your IP address has been temporarily
    421-4.7.0 rate limited. Please visit
    421-4.7.0 http://www.google.com/mail/help/bulk_mail.html to review our Bulk
    421 4.7.0 Email Senders Guidelines. p7si4341260wiz.103 - gsmtp

    No action is required on your part. Delivery attempts will continue for
    some time, and this warning may be repeated at intervals if the message
    remains undelivered. Eventually the mail delivery software will give up,
    and when that happens, the message will be returned to you.
     
  2. OneSeventeen

    OneSeventeen Newbie

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    Somebody's gotta know of a way around this?
     
  3. Ventio

    Ventio Regular Member

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    maybe sign up with a auto responder services or find a clean ip to send emails from. linux/vps stmp setup could be worth it for you depending on what your goals are
     
  4. shapsp

    shapsp Power Member

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    can't you use these?
    https://www.mandrill.com/

    are you mass spamming? doesn't seem like it.
    if you are not, then you can use mandrill
     
  5. fc-dh

    fc-dh Elite Member

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    Why not get shared hosting account at hostgator, you can sent out 500 emails per hour

    I have used them to sell mobile sites true email, emails were generic, the only difference was the name of the business

    Sent out a gazillion of emails never had a issue
     
  6. Basenix Group LLC

    Basenix Group LLC Regular Member Premium Member

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    Try Sendgrid for emailing.

    They give you a SMTP server that works well.
     
  7. Roshaen

    Roshaen Elite Member

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    USe mandrill or email servers by paranoid android (email marketing expert).
     
  8. BassTrackerBoats

    BassTrackerBoats Moderator Staff Member Moderator Jr. VIP

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    Sounds like mailchimp could handle what you need.
     
  9. pxoxrxn

    pxoxrxn Supreme Member

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    Setup an Amazon EC2 account with Route 53. You can change the IP all the time. Or you can stop the instance and restart it for a new IP.