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Announcing SuretyMail Lite! All of the Benefits of SuretyMail without the IP Addresses!

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ISIPP SuretyMail is very pleased to announce the offering of a brand new service: SuretyMail Lite! For years we have had businesses asking for this service – a service where we help businesses to get to the inbox, and to assist with their delivery issues – when they don’t have their own dedicated IP addresses.

There are lots of reasons that a business may not be using their own IP addresses for sending their email – especially their email marketing. Some of those reasons may be:

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  • They are using an Email Service Provider (ESP) to send out their newsletters or other mailing list mail
  • They are too small to qualify for or afford their own dedicated IP space
  • They have been left with a legacy system which does not include dedicated IP addresses and are unable to upgrade or change that in the near future

Now these businesses can avail themselves of our acclaimed SuretyMail services, and get the superlative deliverability and assistance that our certified SuretyMail customers have been enjoying for more than ten years!

The difference (and the only difference) between SuretyMail and SuretyMail Lite is that SuretyMail Lite does not include the email IP address reputation certification (because there aren’t IP addresses to certify).

You can read more about SuretyMail Lite here.

This information is provided by ISIPP SuretyMail Email Reputation Certification, the only email reputation certification and deliverability assistance service with a money-back guarantee! For more information contact us here, or get started here.

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This article originally written on May 12, 2016, and is as relevant now as when it was first written.