Is it risky to use ARPReach on main company domain and use it for bulk emailing?

by vjkumar 5 replies
Hi

I have bought the ARPReach Gold License...
I have currently installed in on my main company domain as a subdomain...

I was planning to send Bulk emails scrapped from web and using SMTP Server.

I am bit worried, will it effect my main company domain, if suppose my bulk email get backlisted?

Should I install this on a Fresh domain to do bulk emailing?

I am bit new to all these, can you please clarify.

1. When I use a SMTP Service like SendGrid or Amazon SES, will still have effect on my webhosting IP adress and my domain?

How these things work? I am totally confused...

Thank you for your time.

Regards
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  • Profile picture of the author ProducerK
    Originally Posted by vjkumar View Post

    Hi

    I have bought the ARPReach Gold License...
    I have currently installed in on my main company domain as a subdomain...

    I was planning to send Bulk emails scrapped from web and using SMTP Server.

    I am bit worried, will it effect my main company domain, if suppose my bulk email get backlisted?

    Should I install this on a Fresh domain to do bulk emailing?

    I am bit new to all these, can you please clarify.

    1. When I use a SMTP Service like SendGrid or Amazon SES, will still have effect on my webhosting IP adress and my domain?

    How these things work? I am totally confused...

    Thank you for your time.

    Regards
    You should always keep your emailing domains seperate from any other website that you need to remain online.
    You should even go as far as keeping those domains in registrar accounts that are not linked to anything else that you are working on.
    Keep it clean, keep it fresh.
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    • Profile picture of the author vjkumar
      Originally Posted by ProducerK View Post

      You should always keep your emailing domains seperate from any other website that you need to remain online.
      You should even go as far as keeping those domains in registrar accounts that are not linked to anything else that you are working on.
      Keep it clean, keep it fresh.
      Thank you very much for your valuable advice... I will do the same... I think its far better to be safe... Thanks again...
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    Yes, use another domain and host it somewhere else.
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  • Profile picture of the author BigDogMarketer
    Hello, I am just installing arpreach but I am having a problem with the emails. When I use the test email everything look great . I.e the html code renders out nicely. But when I use the form on the website the email that is automatically sent is just all html code - have you had this problem or perhaps know what could be wrong?

    I have tried sending as html, and as multi part html and text all kinds of things but the email comes though all html code.

    Thank you

    Doug
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  • Profile picture of the author pcalvert
    Originally Posted by vjkumar View Post

    I was planning to send Bulk emails scrapped from web and using SMTP Server.
    That is a very bad idea. That's not e-mail marketing, that is called sending spam.

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