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1 person will send an email to 20 participants. Each participant will reply-all to the message - and continue to do so for each response they receive.

Will this improve our email reputations? What about our email reputations with gmail users / outlook users? (assuming that some of the 20 participants are gmail or outlook users)

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It depends on the content of your email, not how many are sent or how many replies there are.

According to this http://www.towerdata.com/blog/bid/116384/Email-Reputation-What-It-s-All-About which I found by doing a search for what is email reputation (wink);

There are three principal components of email reputation:

  • Bounce rate: The number of messages that are returned as undeliverable divided by the number of emails sent
  • Complaint rate: The number of people who report your messages as spam divided by the number of emails delivered
  • Spam trap hits: The number of messages delivered to addresses that are explicitly used to trace and catalog spam

It should be added that 20 emails is a trivial number to send on the scale of how many emails are sent in a typical campaign.

  • "Each participant will reply-all to the message" - 400 emails. "and continue to do so" - ??? – DocRoot Jan 8 '17 at 14:08
  • @DocRoot it is only 20 emails from each participant, what they do or don't do won't contribute to the OPs reputation – Steve Jan 8 '17 at 22:02

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