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Email Relay Service

We have an issue outbound email going into spam. Can anyone recommend a relay service for outbound relay that are creditable to make sure our outbound email doesn't end up in spam.
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Dr. KlahnPrincipal Software EngineerCommented:
This very issue was discussed earlier tpday, and the asker found the solution acceptable.

Link to the previous discussion

Now, it is important to note that using an outbound relayer may not solve the problem.  Using a relayer just makes sure that the email gets out, in cases where outgoing port 25 is blocked or there is some other ongoing issue.  In this case your email is already getting out reliably.  The issue is that it is being marked as spam, and that usually means that a content filter somewhere does not like the content.

As far as the SMTP receiver is concerned, it doesn't matter that it was relayed by a reputable site.  Relayed mail shows that it was originated from your system and your email address.  Also, content filtering at the recipient's SMTP receiver may still decide that an email is spam based on the content.  So this may or may not be a solution.
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Scott CSenior Systems EnginerCommented:
The managed solutions provider I work for uses AppRIver for us and our clients.

https://www.appriver.com/
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Gaurav SinghSolution ArchitectCommented:
you can use the DNSexit.com service provider. it is good and under budget also.
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webiisAuthor Commented:
I used SMTP TO GO from the link you provided and it worked great.
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