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The key really to ensuring your mail server does not get blacklisted for spamming is to make sure that you only send emails to people who want them and have asked for them, and if you include a working unsubscribe link people can leave your mailing list without any issues, since the main reasons servers get blacklisted are for high numbers of unwanted email ...


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MailChimp's support got back to me and had this to say: Unfortunately there would not be a direct way for MailChimp to send out a confirmation email for you, however there is an alternative way to get those people to signup without entering them all one by one into your signup form. By reconfirming your list, subscribers will be able to click ...


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At least in my case, I kept all the bureaucracy to make my chances to reach an inbox safer. From top of my mind: Make sure you use a custom domain address (blah-blah@yourdomain.com). Using a generic, public accessible domain (think of gmail, outlook, yahoo) is not a good idea, since you can't control it, and other providers don't like (and tolerate) emails ...



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