N'ụtụtụ a, achọtara m a nnukwu ngwa ngwa email maka Yahoo! It doesn't appear as robust as the program that the AOL postmasters etinyego maka itinye akwụkwọ na Whitelist ha but I'm glad to finally find one!
Recommendationsfọdụ aro tupu itinye akwụkwọ:
- Be sure you have reverse DNS lookup enabled on the IP Address you're sending from. Let Yahoo! know the IP Address that you'll be sending from in the submission form (in the additional area).
- Jide n'aka na ị nwere nzaghachị nzaghachi maka ISP ịzaghachi ozi nwere nsogbu (dịka email@example.com) ma debe isi okwu email maka "Njehie-Iji:" na adreesị ozi-e a. Ka Yahoo! mara adreesị ozi ịntanetị gị na ntinye aka ntinye (na mpaghara Ama ọzọ).
- Jide n'aka tinye adreesị ụlọ ọrụ gị zuru oke, obodo, steeti, zip, nọmba ekwentị na nọmba faksị na mpaghara ozi agbakwunyere.
If you're sending out high volumes of emails, I'd highly recommend you get on the whitelist of Yahoo! na AOL. A whitelist does not guarantee that you make the inbox, the content can still get you in a spam filter. A whitelist won't stop you from getting blocked, either, but it will give you a little more insurance that that won't happen.
The best defense from not getting blacklisted is to remove bounced email addresses from your list, always gain permission, and always send the email in a timely manner – corresponding with when you asked permission. I'm not a deliverability consultant – but I have a good friend who is and helps keep me straight on this stuff!