Which is better, to email from a dedicated server or a VPS?

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Which is better the dedicated or vps to mail from?

I know that the dedicated server is higher in price; but what are the benefits as an e-mailer?

Is it better to have many vps's and route the ips on it?
Or
Is it better to have one dedicated server and route the ips on it?
#dedicated #email #server #vps
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  • Profile picture of the author DIABL0
    I've always used dedicated servers. However, I think much comes down to the volume of IPs and bandwidth you need. If both are small than a VPS should work fine and no sense spending the extra money.
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  • Profile picture of the author Yvon Boulianne
    no difference but the quantity of emails you can send
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  • Profile picture of the author ProducerK
    The main big difference is going to be getting dedicated ips and resources versus shared resources.
    Dedicated servers are always going to be a better option as you are not affecting other people systems as well.
    The cost of a dedicated server versus a vps is always going to be worth the investment.
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  • Profile picture of the author salmansaleem920
    Understand the difference. A VPS is a container in a dedicated server. Simple! therefore it's better to go for the dedicated server as you can create many VPS and server ip's pool. Though it's expensive but the benefits are worth it when considered to a sharing VPS container.
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    • Profile picture of the author ProducerK
      Originally Posted by Joseph Yoyo View Post

      Let me think about this
      What kind of response is this?
      You should be banned.
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  • Profile picture of the author calvynlee
    if you are sending a small amount of email, may go for VPS, a dedicated server might underuse for a small amount of email.
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  • Profile picture of the author almas asad
    A VPS has the data of numerous customers on a solitary physical machine. Be that as it may, dissimilar to shared facilitating, it utilizes a hypervisor to separate inhabitants. The VPS is referred to as a Virtual Private Server as all customers on the server show up as though they were on a different devoted machine.
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    I prefer dedicated servers. You'll need all that extra bandwidth and stuff when the need arises.
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  • It doesn't matter in terms of sending, you can put multiple ip address on a vps or a dedicated server. One thing you may want to look out for, is trying to use multiple ssl certificates from one ip address. Generally speaking, unless you do some fancy routing, you can only have one ssl certificate per ip address.

    If a package you are purchasing offers more ip addresses than another, and you need that, then you may want to choose it over the other.
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  • Profile picture of the author agi
    You're better off with a Dedicated Server. VPS is a shared machine and the use is limited but then if you're not sending much of an email then you're good. If you send less than 50k email daily then you can consider Amazon SES. This is a good solution for email marketing.
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    The quality of emails and trust of your list is best. Send emails from any source; if people trust you, clicks and sales and traffic rise. Slowly, and steadily.
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