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We are planning to do Email blasting (Email marketing). So we send more than 10000 emails per day.

I am planned to setup roundcube.net webmail. If the Ip is blocked by Spam, what I need to do.

I am having 3 static Ip, So please anyone give some ideas to setup Webmail to send 10,000 emails perday.

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So we send more than 10000 emails per day.

Given that a day has 86400 seconds that is a seriously non-existing rate of one email per 8.6 seconds. My phone can do more.

If the Ip is blocked by Spam, what I need to do.

Do not send spam. Email marketing generally is seen as spam unless people approve it. Seems enough people do not. Which means your email IS spam.

I am one of those people that gladly report every spammer and don't really want to get bothered by people too stupid to understand my time has value.

Now, if you run a regular mailing list - with all the stuff that law and common sense ask for, like double sign up with confirmations - then you need to start doing your home work and finding out WHY your IP's are marked as spam.

Start at sites like http://mxtoolbox.com/blacklists.aspx to check which blacklist has you. Contact the relevant addresses at major recipients (gmail etc.) and get whitelisted.

Or hire a company running that as service - it is a LOT of work.

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Is there anything your phone can't do? –  Michael Hampton May 28 '13 at 7:18
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@MichaelHampton Make phone calls, I expect. –  Dan May 28 '13 at 7:55
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No, windows phones do that too ;) –  TomTom May 28 '13 at 8:28
    
Aye, one of my previous employers uses the Mcafee SaaS service formerly known as MXLogic. Filters out better than 3 9s for that group. –  Magellan May 28 '13 at 14:34

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