For each customer, a dedicated smtp server is prepared, tuned and kept active 24⁄7.
This has a minimum cost that you won’t find in shared smtp environments,
which on the other hand offer very few guarantees and high risks for those who use them.
We do not control the content of the messages sent, these can cause the delivery to the Spam / Junk folder.
Some freemail providers, per default deliver messages from unknown senders to the junk mail folder.
Their antispam system learns from what their users do with the messages they receive.
If the individual recipient flags once the received mail as NON spam, it will learn that they are valid messages
and will begin delivering them to the “Inbox” folder instead of “Junk”.
Alternatively, the sender must be in the address book of the recipient or have previously exchanged emails.
Our technical staff will help you to identify these cases and to implement an effective delivery strategy.