by adam2531 at 07-17-2019, 11:09 AM
Hi Chris,

I am having trouble from last few weeks I am continiously asking help from you on skype but you didn't reply or sometime you come and just say random words and go.

Please provide a proper support to your tools as its a complicated one and the main thing you haven't even created a detailed documentation or tutorial videos on how to do things as this things needs actual commands to be run .

For example i asked you that interphire is showing 500 error and you said please check the error log file but the funny part is on both folders you said the error file will be there is no any error log. I found one after many folders search and that file says "contact mailamigos.com" what is this?

Also, when ever i asked you for support you are online on skype but you didn't reply. This is not a professional way to do business. I know because i spend over 10-15 hours everyday on skype just to provide support to my clients atleast you should come 1-2 hours perday to provide support for your tool.
by chris at 07-11-2019, 02:27 AM
Hi,

I've just released a new update that includes powermta 5.0b1, openssl and tls support.  I've also fixed a bug in the powermta config.

***BUG FIX***

In the powermta config file in the gmail settings there is a double max-msg-rate, i removed one of them, this stops powermta from sending messages like crazy to gmail.

***OpenSSL Information***

Because openssl requires user input please follow these instructions

After your install open the ssh console back up and run the following commands


Code:
mkdir /etc/ssl/private



Code:
openssl req -new -x509 -days 3650 -nodes -out "/etc/ssl/private/pmta.example.com.cert" -keyout "/etc/ssl/private/pmta.example.com.key"


rename example.com with your domain name

Follow the onscreen questions to make your self signed certificate

Then run this command

Code:
cat /etc/ssl/private/pmta.example.com.cert /etc/ssl/private/pmta.example.com.key > /etc/ssl/private/pmta.example.com.pem


Then you will need to restart powermta with this command
Code:
service pmta restart

Any problems PM me.
Happy Installing
Chris
by adam2531 at 05-03-2019, 09:46 PM
Hi,

Can you please update mailwizz to latest version 1.6.9?

Thank you
by chris at 05-02-2019, 01:09 AM
Do you have an idea for a new feature that you would like to see in the tool?

Post your idea in this thread and i'll create a poll and the one with the most votes will get done first 
(if it's doable) then we'll roll on from there.

Happy thinking Smile
by chris at 05-02-2019, 01:04 AM
We will soon be releasing a new version of the tool which will make it super simple to install your SMTP servers.

We are creating a windows application so you can install SMTP servers without the hassle of logging into the SSH console.

I will post more information when i have it, i will also post some screenshots when i have them.
by chris at 05-02-2019, 12:56 AM
Login to the server using SSH


Stop powermta first:

service pmta stop

Go to powermta mail queue directory:

cd /var/spool/pmta/

Remove all mails in the queue:

rm -rf *

Restart the powermta:

service pmta restart 
or 
service pmta start

That's it.
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by chris at 04-27-2019, 12:01 AM
Email Deliverability Done Right: 
Your Guide to IP Warming


If you have a new IP address, you need to take on IP warming activities. Here’s how to do it and why it matters.


It’s officially fall, and that means it’s marathon season. In cities all over, thousands of people are lining up for the opportunity to run 26.2 miles.
If you’re pausing to wonder why people willingly do that, you’re not alone. Frankly, we’d rather just observe — and so we have. We’ve observed as some of our colleagues have spent the last four months training for marathons, getting themselves used to running seemingly insane distances so that they’ll be ready for the real thing.
And in fact this training process turns out to be quite similar to another “training process” that’s near and dear to our hearts: IP warming.

What is IP Warming?
IP warming is the process of “training” a new IP address in order to build a good sender reputation with Internet Service Providers (ISPs).
Specifically, IP warming requires you to regularly send emails from a new IP address and to gradually increase the volume of those emails. Much like the process of training for a marathon, you can’t go from zero to 26.2 overnight — you have to build up to that point by training ISPs to recognize your IP address as a good sender.
Why is IP Warming Important?
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, then IP warming is of utmost importance. You see, IP warming is necessary because we live in a world of spam and phishing emails. In this world, ISPs recognize that more often than not, emails from new IP addresses are unwanted (or even dangerous) and are coming from senders who have been blacklisted on previous IP addresses.
IP warming is the process of letting ISPs know that you’re one of the senders who are actually welcome in people’s inboxes. As a result, if you want to make sure you have a good sender reputation so that you can (a) send high volumes of emails and (b) stay out of the spam folder, then you need to engage in IP warming for any new IP addresses.

How Do You Handle IP Warming?
So how exactly do you go about IP warming in order to build a good sender reputation and ensure email deliverability?

The IP Warming Process
The IP warming process requires you to gradually increase the number of emails you send in order to establish a good sender reputation and ensure deliverability. In order to achieve these goals you need to:

  • Move from recipients’ spam folders to their inboxes
  • Garner email engagement like opens and clicks
  • Get the ISP accustomed to large volumes of emails coming from your IP address
Given all of these needs, the IP warming process should start small. Let’s say you have 20,000 email addresses in your database. When doing IP warming, your sends might look something like this:


Send 1 = 100 emails
Send 2 = 200 emails
Send 3 = 450 emails
Send 4 = 1,000 emails
Send 5 = 2,500 emails
Send 6 = 6,000 emails
Send 7 = 13,000 emails
Send 8 = 20,000 emails


The idea behind it all is that you are warming up your IP address in the eyes of the ISP. Going back to training for a marathon, you can’t start out running ten miles a day if you’ve never run before. You need to get your body used to the distance. IP warming is similar in that you need to demonstrate to ISPs that you can send 200 good emails (meaning you get engagement from recipients) before the ISPs will let you send 450 emails without landing in the spam folder. It’s the combination of regular, incremental increases in send volume on your end and consistent, positive engagement on your recipients’ end that will give you the sender reputation and deliverability you want.

IP Warming Dos and Don’ts
As illustrated above, the IP warming process isn’t very complicated. That said, there’s a lot of strategy that needs to go into those sends. To help you determine who to send emails to during the IP warming process and how to send them in order to ensure success, we’ve compiled our top IP warming top do’s and don’ts:


[b]DO[/b]

  • Be consistent: Like training for a marathon, consistency matters in IP warming. This consistency includes how often you send the emails (once a day is most ideal, although every few days is also acceptable) as well as the volume by which you increase your sends.
  • Start with your best data: When you first start IP warming, your emails may very well end up in spam folders. Ideally, recipients should mark the emails as “not spam” and engage with them. This engagement will help you build a good sender reputation and will allow you to send higher volumes of emails without getting marked as spam. As a result, you should start with your most active and engaged users.
  • Ask for permission: As is always the case with email marketing, you need to follow anti-spam laws, like CAN-SPAM. In general though, asking recipients for permission to send them emails by requiring them to opt-in is a good way to ensure that your emails are welcome and will receive engagement. In turn, this engagement should help your IP warming activities go smoothly.
  • Throttle your speed: In addition to gradually building up the volume of emails you send, you should also pay attention to the speed at which you send emails. For example, you might not want to send 200 emails at once, but rather space the sending of those 200 emails out over a few hours. Over time, you can increase your speed alongside your volume.
[b]DON’T[/b]

  • Purchase lists: IP warming is in large part about blocking spammers, and that means ISPs pay attention to whether or not recipients want your emails as determined by their level of engagement. When you purchase lists, you may be hitting people who have never even heard of you and may not want to hear from you. When it comes to IP warming and email marketing in general, growing your database organically will serve you much better.
  • Move too quickly: Once again, a big part of IP warming is engagement with your emails, as that’s how ISPs determine whether or not recipients welcome your emails or view them as spam. Therefore, you need to pay attention to engagement as you consider when to increase your volume. You may very well find that you need to keep your volume at the same number for several days before you have enough positive engagement to move on to the next stage.
  • Get nervous about early failures: Because spam and phishing emails are so prevalent these days, ISPs approach new IP addresses very cautiously (hence the need for IP warming in the first place). As a result, mail from new IP addresses often gets marked as spam at first, so it may take a few tries before you start to see positive results. It’s important to keep in mind that this is normal. To help keep the process moving, you might ask users to check their spam for any emails from your business and to add you as a known contact to avoid having your emails go into the spam folder in the future.
Remember IP Warming is a Marathon, Not a Sprint
If you run a successful IP warming exercise, then you will also establish a good sender reputation. Going forward, this sender reputation will continue to affect your email deliverability, so it’s important not to throw away these best practices once your IP warmup is complete.


Long term, be sure to keep your database clean by conducting regular cleanup exercises that remove inactive email addresses and email addresses that don’t engage with your emails. At the end of the day, whether you’re IP warming or not, you should always prioritize engagement because that engagement is good for deliverability and maintaining a positive sender reputation, but it’s even better for your business.
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