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May 17th, 2014Comments Off

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  • Make sure the PEAR Mail package is installed.
    • Typically, in particular with PHP 4 or later, this will have already been done for you. Just give it a try.
  • Adapt the example below for your needs. Make sure you change the following variables at least:
    • from: the email address from which you want the message to be sent.
    • to: the recipient’s email address and name.
    • host: your outgoing SMTP server name.
    • username: the SMTP user name (typically the same as the user name used to retrieve mail).
    • password: the password for SMTP authentication.

Sending Mail from PHP Using SMTP Authentication – Example

<?php
 require_once "Mail.php";
 
 $from = "Sandra Sender <sender@example.com>";
 $to = "Ramona Recipient <recipient@example.com>";
 $subject = "Hi!";
 $body = "Hi,\n\nHow are you?";
 
 $host = "mail.example.com";
 $username = "smtp_username";
 $password = "smtp_password";
 
 $headers = array ('From' => $from,
   'To' => $to,
   'Subject' => $subject);
 $smtp = Mail::factory('smtp',
   array ('host' => $host,
     'auth' => true,
     'username' => $username,
     'password' => $password));
 
 $mail = $smtp->send($to, $headers, $body);
 
 if (PEAR::isError($mail)) {
   echo("<p>" . $mail->getMessage() . "</p>");
  } else {
   echo("<p>Message successfully sent!</p>");
  }
 ?>

Sending Mail from PHP Using SMTP Authentication and SSL Encryption – Example

<?php
 require_once "Mail.php";
 
 $from = "Sandra Sender <sender@example.com>";
 $to = "Ramona Recipient <recipient@example.com>";
 $subject = "Hi!";
 $body = "Hi,\n\nHow are you?";
 
 $host = "ssl://mail.example.com";
 $port = "465";
 $username = "smtp_username";
 $password = "smtp_password";
 
 $headers = array ('From' => $from,
   'To' => $to,
   'Subject' => $subject);
 $smtp = Mail::factory('smtp',
   array ('host' => $host,
     'port' => $port,
     'auth' => true,
     'username' => $username,
     'password' => $password));
 
 $mail = $smtp->send($to, $headers, $body);
 
 if (PEAR::isError($mail)) {
   echo("<p>" . $mail->getMessage() . "</p>");
  } else {
   echo("<p>Message successfully sent!</p>");
  }
 ?>

Bounce Type Classification

May 17th, 2014Comments Off

Bounce processing protects the integrity of email lists by ensuring they are clean and current. The result is higher deliverability since ISP’s regard repeated attempts to deliver to nonexistent addresses as spamming or harvesting.

For our customers convenience; our systems automatically categorized bounces into a number of different types so different actions can be taken for different bounce types.

  • Blocked
    A Blocked message/recipient occurs when our system prevents a message from being sent. To identify the reason for the blocked message, either review the “Message Tracking” details or download the “Recipient Bounce Details” data file and review the “details” column. The most common cause for a blocked message/recipient is due to a Hard Bounce address or a blocked keyword. (Either of the two reports will provide all information necessary to identify the root cause)
  • Hard Bounce
    A hard bounce occurs when the recipient’s mail server replies with a permanent error (typically 5xx codes), which in most cases means that the attempt to deliver to that recipient will never succeed. An example of a hard bounce error is ‘recipient@domain.com’ does not exist, which commonly occurs when a list of members has not been contacted recently.If you receive a hard bounce, you should immediately remove the recipients from any future mailings.
  • Soft Bounce
    A soft bounce occurs when the recipient’s mail server replies with a transient error (typically 4xx codes), or never replies at all. An example of a soft bounce error could be caused by a server that overloaded or a user whose mailbox is full.As a general rule, if you receive 5 soft bounces for a recipient you should remove them from any future mailings.
  • Grey Bounce
    Greylisting (or graylisting) is a method of defending e-mail users against spam. A mail transfer agent (MTA) using greylisting will “temporarily reject” any email from a sender it does not recognize. If the mail is legitimate the originating server will, after a delay, try again and, if sufficient time has elapsed, the email will be accepted.Unified eMail servers will automatically retry delivery after a delay.
  • UBL Bounce (User Block List)
    Numerous ISPs and corporate mail systems allow individual Users to block inbound mail from select recipients or URLs within the content of the message. Bounces classified as UBLs fall into this category.
  • RBL Bounce
    The message was blocked due to a sending IP address being blocked by the recipients server. This may be caused by an eMail administrator explicitly blocking the sender’s server or because the sending server’s IP is listed on a public RBL provider.
    Unified eMail monitors over 170+ public RBLs. If any of our shared or dedicated IP addresses ever shows up; our support staff works with the RBL provider to get it removed as soon as possible. Unified eMail also monitors to see if any recipient server is blocking delivery. In the event an individual recipient server blocks mail delivery; our support staff will attempt to contact the eMail administrator of the recipients domain to remove the blocking.
  • Technical Bounce
    A technical issue prevented delivery of the message.
  • Unclassified
    Our systems were unable to classify the bounce. (Typically the response from the recipients server was not recognized)

How to create an effective newsletter?

May 17th, 2014Comments Off

When you decide to perform mass mailing remember that the content of you letter plays one of the main roles. That is why you have to make your newsletter interesting and informative for your recipients.

Below you’ll find several tips:

Firstly, think over the name of your newsletter.

This will be the first thing your recipients will pay attention to. Be creative! Your company’s name should awake interest.

Try not to use the Sales Hype.

 Focus attention to the informative part of your letter, not to boring and sometimes annoying advertisements. The descriptive information should be enough for consumer to decide are the goods interesting to him or not.

Give preference to third-person description.

 Newspapers and magazines may serve as an example for you.

Try to create an impression of live communication with your customer.

Use conversational tone. Small words will be better than bigger ones.

Create an informative but simple message.

Technical jargon is unacceptable. The message should be clear for everyone who reads it.

Proofread is a must.

Remember that your newsletter represents your company’s look, your people and service. Show quality and professionalism.

Make the front page extraordinary attractive.

You wouldn’t buy a magazine or a newspaper if there was just plain text, no headlines, and no pictures. Put the brightest, most important words, elements on the front page. Leaving the most interesting information in the end of your letter means that nobody will read it.

Avoid ballyhoos like “A message from Prime-Minister” on the front page.

It may attract your customers but for a moment or two. Remember that all that you write has to be informative and interesting.

Try to compose your letter in black and white. It doesn’t have to be in color.

Propose multiple employees to observe the letter composing process.

 Let several people judge the whole content of the article, look for mistakes, etc. This will help to improve the full article in general.

Get more employees to make the content of your newsletters.

Allow them to choose their own area of expertise. Make your consumers think that articles they read are written by different people, not the same ones.

If you see that your staffer can’t cope with the task feel free to seek a freelancer.

There exist a lot of freelance copywriters that can help you to write a brilliant article without even keeping them on retainer.

Explore the newsletters written by your competitors.

You can find there some new ideas for your own business.

To perform an excellent email marketing campaign you’ll need three things:

  • a good team of newsletters’ writers
  •  rich collection of articles
  • and frequency of publication

High Volume Bulk Email Hosting

Dec 6th, 2010Comments Off

Overview

Sending bulk or high volume email presents unique challenges for businesses, ISPs and email hosting companies. To accommodate bulk email sending, MMS provides several SMTP options including shared, semi-dedicated and dedicated hosting services.

High volume SMTP Features:

  • DKIM Signing
  • Sender Policy Framework (SPF)
  • Simple Integration with your application

Your Application, Our SMTP

Unlike typical email marketing services, our high volume SMTP hosting service lets you send from your own application server, email client or a combination of different sources. For distributions of several thousand to greater than 1,000,000 messages per month, our high volume services are highly scalable and competitively priced.

Becoming a Client

In accordance with our Zero Spam Tolerance Policy, MMS’s bulk email hosting is a tightly regulated service. Clients are expected to responsibly manage ISP abuse reports and follow CAN-SPAM guidelines. In addition, MMS researches potential clients and performs extensive due diligence to prevent abuse.

SMTP Pricing

Shared IP

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100,000
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  2. RDNS.
  3. Domain Keys.
  4. SPF Records.

* Actual monthly price for dedicated IP varies depending on burst sending requirements, hardware configuration, and SMTP volume.