Emailing a Target Market

Mark DeRosa
Mark DeRosa used Ask the Experts™
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I am needing a revolving server system that changes IP address once it starts getting hits from sever filters. It needs to be seamless and use the same email address that we establish to send emails out from, but configures a different IP with every 50 to 100 emails. This is what we need to get a marketing job done and the email messages we want to send have to fit the character count specifics and font type. The subject line is the most important and the size cannot exceed X kilobytes for the total email to reach target market.
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Dr. KlahnPrincipal Software Engineer

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I'm sorry to say that I don't think there will be many useful responses.  The end result of this effort would be a system that can send spam freely while evading blacklists and server IP filtering.  Most experts -- I daresay nearly all -- probably have enough spam already and won't want to contribute to making the problem worse.

Bayesian filters catch such spam anyway regardless of IP address or subject line.

Legitimate email marketing can be done through many venues without the necessity of bypassing blacklists.

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