Have anyone ever tried this "Bullet Proof SMTP"...??

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  1. Sirneedtolearnalot

    Sirneedtolearnalot New Member

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    Found this site just now:

    iMailUnlimited.com

    It claims to be able to inbox greatly. The trial allows ppl to send up to 12K a day for 5 days. It does asks for CC info. Has anyone ever used this before?
     
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    dude - you keep walking a fine line here with some of these questions. I highly suggest you start doing forum searches for shit like "bullet proof" and read what the other threads have to say on the matter. You're lucky Roundy didn't ban your ass for 7 days with that spam craigslist bullshit...with me you won't be so lucky.
     
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    Sirneedtolearnalot New Member

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    eh? i have nothing to do with this site mate,..
    that term bullet proof is written on their site, hence the reason why i put it in bracket... !!
     
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    I glanced at the site and don't see "bulletproof" anywhere, but never heard of this outfit either...
     
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    Sirneedtolearnalot New Member

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    funny, i couldnt find the page that says Bullet Proof anymore, but if you google this: imailunlimited, you'll see what i mean,.. One of the pages has page title "UNLIMITED BULLET-PROOF SUPER SMTP SERVICE - For Serious E-Mail Marketers. Free Trial. Hosted Solution. Multiple IPs. Multiple Domains. Hit the Inbox ***8211; Consistently"

    there...
     
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    You know those Serious E-Mail Marketers, they're always being shot at and need something SUPER BULLET-PROOF.
     
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    Sirneedtolearnalot - You can find many answers by using the search function on the forum. Also take special note of the forum rules and read the tagged threads. This forum is not about blackhat or illegal mailing. This is purely for legal mailers who follow all applicable laws. Make yourself very aware and knowledgeable of the guidelines set by the Can Spam Act of 2003 and its subsequent update in 2008. Once you know the rules, then play the game. Good luck.
     
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    If you want "Bullet Proof SMTP" you need to find a regular SMTP and put it in the bulletproof vest.

    Try it, works like a charm.
     
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    Sirneedtolearnalot New Member

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    Phew, that didnt go down very well, nothing in my post mention that i am keen/want to try/endorse the site/service, but nevertheless, thank you guys
     
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    If you want to try the service... go ahead, please share with everybody your experience with them.

    What is your fascination with "bulletproof", however? Are you mailing really crappy data? What many novice mailers mistakenly think is that if they have bad data and use it and aren't shut down, nothing can get in their way... the truth is, if the data is bad, you won't make money to begin with even if your servers aren't being turned off. If the data is bad, you'll be blacklisted everywhere and deliver 10% each drop and won't make money, even if the data is good. So it's a no-win situation.

    So what's the fascination with "bullet proof"? Seems more ideal for people who want to host risky stuff then mailers...
     
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    Don't forget a pair of Kevlar mittens for when you 'push send' (no pun intended)
     

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