Confirmation email or newsletter through your web host's mail server, but unfortunately hardly any contacts receive the message. This is a particular problem with self-managed newsletter software like supermailer, sendblaster or with wordpress plugins like mailpoet. Why does this happen ? Well, there are two underlying issues here. For starters, most website hosting providers have very strict sending limits in place. Companies such as 1&1 or godaddy drastically limit the amount of email traffic allowed on their servers. 1&1, for example, will not allow more than 30 emails in 5 minutes.
If you try to send more, the provider will cut you off and you won't be able to send anything at all. And that's not even the main problem. Due to the company mailing list of junk mail and spam sent via email, email services such as gmail, outlook and yahoo do not allow messages from unknown servers - it's as simple as that. These emails will either appear in your spam folder, or worse, never reach your inbox. During our tests with mail-tester.Com, this was unfortunately often the result:deliverability image : here we tried to send an email through our host, wp engine .
The message never arrived. Gmail, outlook, yahoo, and similar services simply don't trust mail servers without a whitelist entry. What they want is a good sender reputation – and that's not easy to get. At least not if you're trying to earn that reputation on your own. The solution: use a mass email service all you need is a good mail server, also known as an smtp relay. There are a few providers that are suitable for transactional emails (order and registration confirmations, invoices and other notifications) as well as mass emails (eg newsletters). These tools are more commonly known as mass messaging services. Typically, you create the email in a different system, like your crm, cms, or billing software, and connect the