Third Party Servers/IP's

We support third party servers and IP addresses.  There is a setup fee of $100 per server that is setup.


The following are the requirements for a third party server.

The server must run either Windows 2016 64bit, Windows 2012 64bit,  Windows 2008 64bit. 32bit is not supported.

Should have at least 2 gigs of ram. and We suggest an extra 1 gig of ram for every 10 campaigns at a time you wish to run.

Requires IPv4 IP addresses.

Must have full administrator access/Remote Desktop.

IP Address Color Codes

We have a system for coloring IP addresses based on the sender score. Requires reputation monitoring to be turned on for those IP addresses.

Color Definitions:
Black means there is no reputation monitoring/sender score for that IP.
Green = High sender score which is good 75 or higher
Yellow = Neutral sender score with 40 to 74
Red = Poor anything under 40.

It helps give an idea which IP's are the best to mail from.

IP and Domain Warm-up Strategies

Today when sending an email campaign out the most important factor is your IP and domain reputation. In the old days, content filtering was the main method of filtering email into whether it was accepted and or if ends up in the bulk/junk/spam folder.

Now everything is based on user engagement. Meaning any action that the user does to an email message, whether it is opening the message, clicking links in the message, replying to the message, marking the email as spam, deleting the message, adding the contact to your address book, etc.

Tips for Warming up IPs and Domains.

IP Warm-up

Example sending for a 30 million account warm-up period. This is only valid if your data has little to no hard bounces. Any small amount of hard bounces can wreck ip reputation.

Day 1: 1000

Day 2: 2000

Day 3: 4000

Day 4: 7000

Day 5: 11000

Day 6: 18000

Day 7: 24000

Day 8: 40000

Day 9: 60000

Day 10: 90000

Day 11: 140000

Day 12: 180000

Day 13: 220000

Day 14: 300000

Day 15: 500000

Day 16: 650000

Day 17: 800000

Day 18: 1000000

How to check Domain and IP Reputation?

Email service providers treat domains differently based on their reputation. This “score” can be based on many things, such as the age of the domain name, how well the sending account has been set up, deliverability, engagement data from users receiving email from it, and – often to a higher degree – previous listings of domain names and IP addresses on anti-spam services such as SpamHaus.

You can use MXToolbox to check your domain and IP reputation against many popular blocklists.

Domain and IP Blacklisting Issue

There really is no getting past blacklisting. Blacklisting is normal since what we are doing is cold (unsolicited) emails. This is the nature of cold email marketing and why the majority of email marketing companies out there will not allow you to send out to a cold list with volume. They will shut your account down since they use THEIR domains or yours to send out emails. The reason why we allow clients to send out cold emails with volume is because we use proxy domains for your campaigns.