Need to send 450 emails, any suggestions on any tool?

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  1. lakedaimon

    lakedaimon Registered Member

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    Hey guys, i need to send 450 emails that contain the same message for a customer to a list of 450 people that he wants to reach. I got the list, i got proxies but i have no idea how to send all those messages.
    Ideally the recipient should not be able to see that the same message has been send cc to 449 more people.
    I would appreciate any suggestions if there is any free tool or else which tool you would recommend me to buy.
    THANKS!
     
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    PurpleLaze Registered Member

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    Mailchimp should be fine. Up to 12k/month free.
     
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  3. stevson

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    Hi one such tool is Gammadyne Mailer :)
     
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    thank you guys!!! :)
     
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    As I said Gammadyne Mailer is a solution but is not free and is meant to be used as a desktop platform. Alternative to desktop platforms/software are online solutions such as : Mailchimp ( Free up to a number or users and with their Stamp in the bottom of the Newsletter ), GetRespone ( Not Free - they offer a free month trial) or Aweber ( you can test it for 1 $ per month ). When it comes to importing contacts though the best is the desktop platform with the onlione platforms there's a chance that the list might be banned. For instance with Aweber you cannot use the list unless the subscribers are accepted. Hope that clarrified this for you a bit
     
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  7. lakedaimon

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    how can i not love BHW with so much help and such great answers to my questions.
    thanks and rep added
     
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    i suggest you to use mailchimp...it is good for you...
     
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    I'm using mailchimp also and its working like a charm and most of that its free...
     
  11. JohnTerazzi

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    I've always used mailchimp with no problem
     
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    mindlesswizard Supreme Member

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    Mailchimp ! you can get free version of mailchimp as well
     
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    Mailchimp works fine as long as the customer list does not mark your email as spam! Once a lot of emails get marked as spam they block your account until you justify how you acquired your emails but you can always create a new account with the same list and send again. Been through that entire process so know better, i now pay for the emails to be sent out but Mailchimp for you is a good place to start!
     
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    Not a big amount . You can use many mailing services outhere .Mailchimp.com is the best choice or you can get a free trial at getresponse.com
     
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  15. lucaos

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    try to use mailchip free version
     
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    If you are sure that all emails are valid then you can go with atomic mail sender (free version) and a gmail account.

    G mail offer SMTP and atomic mail sender can connect to external SMTP.

    So you will use atomic mail sender to connect to the G mail SMTP.

    I ask you if all the emails are valid since if you get 4-5 error messages G mail will block your account for 24h


    Keep in mind that G mail allow you to send only 500 emails/day

    For this number of email I will go for this solution but make some tests before sending the mail

    P.S. To test if all the emails are valid you can use a free service like reachmail and check the bounce report.

    I don't suggest to use the same service to send the mails because your inbox rate will be very low and with gmail your success rate will be much higher since I don't thing is any one that block gmail

    You must understand that there is a difference between having the confirmation that an email was send and the receiver server got it and having an email send it and delivered in inbox.
     
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  17. The Dean

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    Does mailchimp just let you sign up and start sending or is there a waiting period?
    I have a hard time believing you can sign up and just send 12k emails to whoever
    you want - but that's what I need to do. Also, does it require opt in? I'm looking for
    an email service that doesn't require opt in. Any suggestions?
     
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  18. lakedaimon

    lakedaimon Registered Member

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    Dont know about that many, but i did send 450 without any problems