Tips to Reduce or Avoid spam and blacklist

Celso Max

Member
Hi Guys...
I do not know if everyone knows, but most companies ( Gmail, Yahoo, Live, Hotmail, etc ) have one limit to receive emails per hour. On average 100 emails...

When one of these companies receives more than 100 emails from a single IP or Domain, it already sends to blacklist and mark as spam.

My TIP is:
01 - Set your Delivery Servers to send on maximum 90 email/hour to each provider. This way you will be less likely to be marked as spam or included in some blacklist.

02 - To each provider, create one Delivery Server with some limits / hour:
delivery-servers.jpg

03 - Configure each Delivery Server as such:
delivery-adjusts.jpg

See this explanation:
https://support.google.com/a/answer/166852

This is how I work and I do not have so many problems with spam. ;) :)
I hope I have helped.
 

frm.mwz

Well-Known Member
Hi Guys...
I do not know if everyone knows, but most companies ( Gmail, Yahoo, Live, Hotmail, etc ) have one limit to receive emails per hour. On average 100 emails...

When one of these companies receives more than 100 emails from a single IP or Domain, it already sends to blacklist and mark as spam.

My TIP is:
01 - Set your Delivery Servers to send on maximum 90 email/hour to each provider. This way you will be less likely to be marked as spam or included in some blacklist.

02 - To each provider, create one Delivery Server with some limits / hour:
View attachment 2989

03 - Configure each Delivery Server as such:
View attachment 2990

See this explanation:
https://support.google.com/a/answer/166852

This is how I work and I do not have so many problems with spam. ;) :)
I hope I have helped.
Sorry, this seems off on a number of points, although in general it is good to obey !receiving! limits (you probly meant that).
However, your link goes to sending limits, ie when u use gmail to send;
for receiving limits of gmail/google apps, see here:
https://support.google.com/a/answer/1366776
ie 60/m and 3600/h for gmail/gapps

Also, we have a third party section with a thread re 'deliverability wisdom', where this would go, so please post a revised edition of your post there.
 

Matt95c

Member
Depends how you count, for example with hotmail, you must group msn, live, ...

Spam factor depend of mail send and react.

Personally i think this is the job of the delivery server, no mailwizz.
Configuring your MTA correctly saves this greedy task to mailwizz, queue does not exist for nothing

999999 messages / connexion ^^
 
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duffhome

Active Member
I do not know if everyone knows, but most companies ( Gmail, Yahoo, Live, Hotmail, etc ) have one limit to receive emails per hour. On average 100 emails...
This is not true. the limit depends on your reputation.

When one of these companies receives more than 100 emails from a single IP or Domain, it already sends to blacklist and mark as spam.

when exceed the limit you will get a temporary block. and you can try sending later.



This for the outbound traffic for G suit users. how many emails they can send & how many connection they can open. not how many emails/connection they can accept.
 
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