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Cleaning up dead email addresses in database from NDR's

Posted on 2006-10-25
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Hello there,

First of all, we are not a spamming company! :) We are a medium size recruitment company that has allowed people to sign up for emails to be sent to them when new jobs are added to the database. We've been running this service for a few years now and of course, we've got many 'dead' emails in our database.

We run Exchange 2003 internally and I wondered if there was a 'user-friendly' bit of software out there, that could help me clean up our database from the NDR's.

Any pointers to solutions that SME's are using would be appreciated.

Thanks,

S.S.
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Use a proper list management application. Most of those have automatic processes. The one that immediately springs to mind is Lyris which does a very good job of it. Plus it will handle all the automatic unsubscribe and subscribe options which you need to do in order not be flagged as a spammer.

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