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Delivery Monitor Closes Down – SuretyMail Customers Can Still Get Delivery Monitoring with Our Alternative to Delivery Monitor

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We are sorry to see Delivery Monitor close – they have long been a respected partner for our ISIPP SuretyMail Email Accreditation service. However, our customers who have been using Delivery Monitor do not have to worry, as we are already providing an alternative to Delivery Monitor, with services which are similar in nature when it comes to the essential basics: is your email getting into the inbox, or going to the junk folder? Beyond that, if your mail is going to the junk folder, we tell you why and, most importantly, how to fix it.

Morever, this service is offered at no additional cost to our SuretyMail Email Accreditation customers. And, like Delivery Monitor, all you need to do is add a few email addresses to your mailing lists.

Got questions about email deliverability or reputation? Contact us here!

So fear not – as we are stepping up to the plate to fill this void for our customers.

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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    Do these sorts of services work by “seeding” your list with addresses that the system checks on the other end, to check the deliverability of your message under various scenarios?

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This article originally written on April 27, 2010, and is as relevant now as when it was first written.