First Things First – Email Authentication

First Things First – Email Authentication

So you’ve scheduled a new offer for potential customers and you think you’ll be getting great conversions on these emails. But just when you hit your dashboard to monitor the results, you see a very different picture – you notice that a lot of your emails never got...
Seed Updates and Additions

Seed Updates and Additions

We have added Rogers.com, a large Canadian ISP, to our seed list and deliverability tracking reports.  Also, due to a cable company acquisition, our Optimum seeds are now Charter addresses. All additions can be downloaded within your MailMonitor account. If you...
Hotmail / Outlook.com Supports IMAP….FINALLY

Hotmail / Outlook.com Supports IMAP….FINALLY

Just recently Outlook.com (formerly Hotmail) began supporting IMAP. http://blogs.office.com/b/microsoft-outlook/archive/2013/09/12/outlook-com-now-with-imap.aspx What is IMAP and what does this mean for Mail Monitor accounts? IMAP allows applications to connect and...
Hotmail / Outlook.com Supports IMAP….FINALLY

MailMonitor Adds 14 ISPs to Email Deliverability Tracking

MailMonitor reporting now includes tracking for 14 additional ISPs, bringing the total number of ISPs tracked 45. This new release of ISPs is particularly focused on European and B2B email providers. The newly added ISPs are: Web.de Libero.it T-online.de Godaddy...
Hotmail / Outlook.com Supports IMAP….FINALLY

Sub-Accounts Now Available for Enterprise Level Customers

After many requests, we have added the ability for Enterprise users to create sub-accounts. This will allow true separation of monitoring for multiple clients and will be particularly helpful for marketing agencies and ESPs. Each Enterprise account comes with up to 10...
Hotmail / Outlook.com Supports IMAP….FINALLY

HTML Tag Verification Option Added

MailMonitor accounts have previously offered two ways to verify that emails received belongs to you: Maintaining a list of valid from addresses Adding a unique campaign identifier to the header of each email The header method is preferred but can be complex depending...