Discussion in 'Mail Chat' started by aeteam, Jun 12, 2013.
Is anyone familiar with GreenArrow? Did a search and couldn't find any threads on the forum.
Is this a troll question or do you mean the TV Show
Yeah , I must be confused. I was watching an old Bruce Lee movie last night.
I should probably be more clear especially being new to the forum
Green Arrow Engine at drh.net
This is one of the platforms we use and I'm just trying to reach out and see if anyone else has experience
If so , what's your thoughts from current or past use?
I don't know about it but I would be curious to hear about your experience so far.
What is your experience with it, how is the service? is the PMTA stable?
From what I've heard it's a $13,000 price tag on a modified IEM.
Yay, more modified iem!
Yeah , it's about 20% IEM , just on the front end control panel. The mail engine performed better than
power MTA and Strong mail with our tests.
nymailer , it seems to be fine with their front end , but if you try to mix in any outside injectors while using their injector
also , It doesn't seem to work as well. We haven't tried it with just outside injectors because we have clients already using it.
We did a demo with them. They charge for the Engine (month to month or lifetime license) plus for the Green Arrow Studio front end (also mos to mos or lifetime). Decided to go down a different path.
It's basically just an over priced, modded interspire. The only thing good about it, is an additional charge and that's their delivery monitor addon... do yourself a favor and get someone to code you a better front-end/injector - the guys at port25 have recommendations of developers and even they say it's less than 10k...
Im also interested in a front-end for pmta. Anyone have a good recommendation?
Try DoubleSplash. Contact hobby on a PM. They're solid dudes
I used to use Green Arrow. It'd not for this type of mailing. It isn't close to fast enough if you're mailing GI. Basically it just isn't for this industry. No macros, nothing. Also I canceled without enough notice and they took me to court over the next couple months payments. I never showed up and it was dropped.