mail server for sending a large email list

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  1. norobertus

    norobertus New Email

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    I am in need of servers like smtp-big.earthlinkbusiness.com that can send messages to a large email list . The server smtp-big.earthlinkbusiness.com i got to know about from this site has really been helpful to me but i need at least two or three mail servers like it to increase my chances of having other options when i am racing against time to send messages to my large email list and would be glad if whomsoever helped me get this server then can provide me other options.
     


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    @popowich pls i need your aid in this issue i posted. I would like to know how you knew the outgoing mail server for Earthlink and the more precise outgoing mail server for sending a large email list because if i can understand how u were able to know it then i can discover new outgoing mail servers that would really reduce my sender headaches
     

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    popowich EQ Forum Admin Staff Member

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    Servers like that are not good for mailing lists. They may have allowed you to send a lot of email without a reasonable limit, but they also had a bad reputation and much of your email if accepted probably delivered to recipient spam folders. It worked in the earlier 2000's for customers that demanded higher sending limits and didn't care about the results that their lists achieved. At the time EarthLink still had that relay pool listed on their KB site. EarthLink recently merged with Windstream. You'll need to contact Windstream customer service to find out what relay options are currently available for business customers.

    For a long time I have recommended sending email newsletters with a service dedicated to that purpose such as MailChimp.

    If you prefer an un-managed solution that lets you "blast" without extras such as email templates, you'll still be held responsible for abuse issues, but a solution such as dedicated SMTP from LuxSci could work too.
     
  4. norobertus

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    I am very much ok with earthlink servers even though it sends to spam folders, i just ensure i send as much as 6,000,000 emails to increase my chances of getting my desired response from my bulk email sending. What i really need to know is how to know diverse servers outgoing mail servers that are able to send large email list like u were able to know earthlinks "smtp-big.earthlinkbusiness.com" outgoing bulk mail sending server. If i can know how u were able to discover that of earthlink i can discover other servers own as well and that increases my chances of quickly getting outgoing mail servers instead of looking out for solely earthlink RDP servers when other options are available that lack of knowledge makes me overlook them.
     
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    popowich EQ Forum Admin Staff Member

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    Are you saying you're hacking EarthLink customers that have RDP exposed to the internet and using their systems to send "bulk emails" out through the IP based relays that EarthLink provides for their customers?
     
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    I have a contact that provides me Earthlink RDP or any RDP i can use their outgoing mail servers for sending to a large email list. I do not know if it is being hacked but he provides it with the username and password i give to him during order on icq as long as i know the ISP he can provide them and i meet a virgin RDP so i cannot be certain if it is being hacked. We have been dealing for years and i have not noticed any issue of hacking up until now
     

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