GMail is Rate Limiting GoDaddy emails!!!!

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GMail is Rate Limiting GoDaddy emails!!!! This is screwing up my business. Basically this won't let me send emails from my go daddy web mail to a gmail account because there have been so many emails sent from go daddy email users. Anyone know a work around?
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  • Profile picture of the author NobleSavage
    Yeah, buy Gmail for business. LOL
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    • Profile picture of the author celente
      Originally Posted by NobleSavage View Post

      Yeah, buy Gmail for business. LOL
      well GMAIL is very reliable, but for business, I guess that is up to the individual ey?
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      • Profile picture of the author loprox
        Originally Posted by celente View Post

        well GMAIL is very reliable, but for business, I guess that is up to the individual ey?
        Gmail is very reliable but some people have issues with them having too much data.

        It does create one single point of failure as most people start using Docs too when transitioning to Gmail. Lots of data for one company to have...
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  • Why not use an offline email blaster like sendblaster or use an actual autoresponder like aweber, getresponse, or gvo.

    You can. Import your list to these services or software.
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    • Profile picture of the author Steve B
      Use the right tool for the job. Personal email accounts like you find at most hosting services are not adequate for business needs.

      As was already suggested, invest in a business-capable account at aWeber.

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  • Profile picture of the author Alexa Smith
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    Originally Posted by Joseph Villanueva View Post

    You can. Import your list to these services or software.
    Well ... sometimes you can; sometimes you can't. You have to satisfy either Aweber or GetResponse, with real proof, that it's a really good, properly opted-in list, and (rightly and understandably) neither is trivially easy to convince, to put it mildly.

    Originally Posted by Geek3000 View Post

    Anyone know a work around?
    Avoid GoDaddy like the plague.

    Email marketing threads live here: Email Marketing
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  • Profile picture of the author Geek3000
    The thing is is that I am emailing individual customers and prospects. I don't have a list as all of my business is done on an individual basis not IM. I do appreciate the advice on using a different email service since this one isn't working but I don't think Aweber or another auto responding company is pertinent to my needs. Whats a good email service that I can connect my company extension to thats good for business?
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  • Profile picture of the author wmrwl
    Originally Posted by Geek3000 View Post

    GMail is Rate Limiting GoDaddy emails!!!! This is screwing up my business. Basically this won't let me send emails from my go daddy web mail to a gmail account because there have been so many emails sent from go daddy email users. Anyone know a work around?
    I actually have a few deployments set up like this. Can you tell me how you know they're being limited? Did you receive an alert of any kind?

    Do you have your domain setup in your gmail account like this: https://support.google.com/mail/answer/22370?hl=en
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    • Profile picture of the author Geek3000
      I contacted go daddy and they told me.

      Originally Posted by wmrwl View Post

      I actually have a few deployments set up like this. Can you tell me how you know they're being limited? Did you receive an alert of any kind?

      Do you have your domain setup in your gmail account like this: https://support.google.com/mail/answer/22370?hl=en
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  • Profile picture of the author Geek3000
    Thanks guys but I want to keep my domain extension for my domain and not have a '@gmail.com'
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  • Profile picture of the author Geek3000
    Good Look Noble Savage. I just hooked up the gmail biz.
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    • Profile picture of the author guru1979
      If you are using WordPress (or some other CMS) you could use a "transactional e-mail provider" like MailJet. The providers allow you to install a plugin in your CMS/app that will route all of your server generated e-mails (signup confirmation, password recovery, etc.) through their own servers--they use various IPs and other methods to ensure that your e-mails are actually delivered to their intended recipient. Also, they provide analytical tools so you can track how many of your messages are opened, bounced, etc.

      If you have any other questions, please let me know. (I'm planning to write a tutorial about this for my blog, so I'm trying to get a sense of what people need to know.)
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  • Profile picture of the author loprox
    GoDaddy IPs are burnt to the ground. No one serious about email is going to be using a service like that. Get a reliable provider or run your own email servers.
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  • Profile picture of the author khtm
    I agree with most other people...run, run, run away from GoDaddy. They're only useful for the 1st year of domain registrations
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  • Profile picture of the author askloz
    Godaddy? there's your problem!

    Use a better web host!
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