Message composing speed

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  1. Calver Fitz

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    Hey guys! hope you all doing good!

    I got this question about message composing speed, am trying to work on a Mailer(PHP software).
    and I just wanted to know if theres a relation between Message composing speed and deliverability.?

    I mean in the processing.. say you got 10k email address! would it be better to compose message for a small batches of the list. like it compose the email for 5 subscribers then the next 5 and so one! or just take the whole list and compose the email for 10k directly!

    Or its the same thing ?

    Thank you so much for your time and happy new year!
     
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    There are many more things that go into delivery than message generation speed. If you're only talking 10,000 recipients then it really doesn't matter.
     
  3. Calver Fitz

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    I see. I did few tests! I managed to set the composing speed to match pmta outbound speed! the results were better than sending all the emails at once! I think maybe because they were stuck in the queue for a long time! maybe it caused the message a delay in time!

    and I remember using 2 different MailGun accounts, After each mail I test if the IP still inbox or not! I mailed the 600 and the test was sent to junk!
    on the other account I splitted the list to 3 lists of 200 each. I mailed the 1st 200 address! --> test inbox. then mailed the 2nd 200! --> test inbox, the 3rd --> test inbox! then mailed the who list 600 address at once --> test inbox. everything thing was the same on both accounts (New domains, New account, Same list in both tests..), I mean this is why I said maybe it has something to do with the composing speed.
     

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