Offloading WordPress Email

WebOps Hosting has been providing Managed Email Hosting service for more than two decades. Over that time, we have managed thousands of mailboxes for organizations of all sizes and a large part of what is involved in providing a high quality email service is maintaining a good reputation for our server IP addresses. 

When an email that is sent from our servers is flagged as spam, it can negatively impact the IP address used to send that email. This means that other messages that are sent from that server are more likely to be filtered as junk mail. In the worst case scenario, an IP address can be blacklisted entirely by major email service providers like Gmail, Hotmail and Yahoo, which would prevent the delivery of any emails, of any kind, to those services while the blacklist is in place. 

Typical business email communications between individuals and the kind of low volume messages sent from websites, like password resets and form notifications, are very rarely marked as spam and therefore do not generally affect server IP reputation. Sometimes a user’s desktop computer is infected with malware or their email password compromised, which can lead to junk mail being sent from their email address but our systems are very effective at identifying these rare cases and limiting the number of emails that can be sent.

Full email campaigns like email blasts and newsletters are a different matter and may not be sent from our host servers. These messages are likely to be automatically or manually marked as spam, especially in cases where best practices were not followed when the email addresses are collected. They require robust monitoring functionality and the ability to send large email volumes without slowing down the delivery of regular email communications.

We are not satisfied with restricting your email options and simply providing you with recommendations for email service providers and instructions on how to use them with your WordPress website. Instead, we can offload the delivery of email from your WordPress website to a third party email provider to ensure that your emails are delivered to your recipients, provide advanced tracking and optimization, without affecting our Managed Email Hosting services.

Focus on creating great content and building relationships with your subscribers and free up your time to focus on building your audience and business by adding our “Email Offloading” addon to your WordPress Hosting or Maintenance plan. We'll be happy to answer any questions you have and help you get started improving your email deliverability, open rates, and the return on investment (ROI) of your email campaigns. 

Our Process
Create Account

We create the account or subuser with the third party email delivery service provider.

DNS Records

We add the DNS records required to verify that the service is authorized to send email on behalf of the domain.

API or SMTP Integration

We use the API or SMTP credentials provides by the email delivery service to integrate with the WordPress website.

Additional Verification

We provide any required information requested by the service to allow full access to the service.

Feedback Loop

We configure a system to alert us of email bounces or spam complaints to allow us to address any issues that can affect delivery.

Ongoing Monitoring

We monitor the delivery rates to ensure there are no issues affecting the delivery rates and ROI of email campaigns.

Frequently Asked Questions
The cost varies depending on the email service provider but can be as low as $0.17 per 1,000 emails, if the lowest cost provider (Amazon SES) is used.
Available as an Addon to any Plan!
Make sure your website emails reach the inbox! Let's talk about offloading your email to a third-party email service provider today!

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