Email throttling means limiting the number of emails you send to a (specific) domain. The receiving side often set limits on the number of messages or connections they accept. When an SMTP client opens a connection, the SMTP server typically responds with a 220 code, but in some cases, it may reject the connection. If too many connections are rejected, you might be (temporarily) blocked. This is why you should throttle your email.
Email throttling: limiting messages from being sent
M3AAWG 43 Attendees: You're Invited!
The MailerQ team will be present at the upcoming 43rd M3AAWG meeting in Munich from June 04 to June 07. We send our team over to discuss email developments with industry colleagues and to expand both, their and our knowledge.
Freshmail chooses MailerQ
Freshmail - the Polish leading ESP - recently decided to move their entire sending
operations over to MailerQ. We asked their CTO Wojtek Ptak how he has experienced
that move and what he expects from it in the future.
MailerQ 5.0 has been released
We are happy and excited to announce MailerQ version 5.0. This new major release offers many, many changes and improvements over the previous 4.4.* versions. Our colleagues from SMTPeter and Copernica have been using this new version for the last couple of months and are very happy with the improved stability, speed and the better controls of the user interface, which makes us confident to bring this new version out to the general public as well.