AOL IP Reputation

Discussion in 'Mail Chat' started by cwynnes, May 13, 2015.

  1. cwynnes

    cwynnes New Member

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    Hey,

    On my recent mails to AOL I've seen that my mails have just started going to the junk folder.

    Was wondering if you guys have any advice on this, to get back to the inbox, rest the IP's, if so for how low.

    Any help is much appreciated.

    Thanks
     
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    lower sending speed, send to your users that have opened/clicked.
     
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    What Nick said. On that note, what would you consider a proper speed?
     
  4. cwynnes

    cwynnes New Member

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    Thanks for the feedback on that, I too would love to know what ye consider a proper speed...

    On that note I noticed over the weekend AOL deliver ability take a sudden nose dive, even on Fresh IP's.. Anyone else notice that?

    Thanks
     
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    yeah i had a few ranges take a dive. only openers and clickers, but the ranges were used before. surprised they lasted as long as they did.
     
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    50 email /IP /minute!!!
     

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