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How to manage and clean bounced or undelivered emails? Understand why emails get bounced and how to manage them

How to use your desktop PCs as an email server? Using a PCs as email server and bypass your ISP email server, is a simple process that only requires a mail server program

A one page course on emailing. Everything you wanted to know about emailing in a "nut shell"

How to test your message and see if it gets deleted by broad based anti-spam filters?

Should I send HTML or TEXT email message?
Using formatted HTML email, you can send an
entire webpage

How to embed email tracking code into your email? Invisible counters, codes, scripts to track viewer click through

How to embed images into HTML email for faster emailing? Prevent displaying linked-site in recipient email client status bar or embed email pop-up windows directing viewer to my site

RFC defined ESMTP, SMTP Status Email Error Codes? These codes are used to provide informative explanations of error conditions, especially in the context of email delivery


by Tim Gross, President - Internet Profit Systems
Your Customer and Newsletter Correspondence may be getting deleted, Resulting In Lost Sales and Irate Customers.

Warning: If you publish an online newsletter or mail to any opt-in list (including your customer list), it is critical that you read this.

This article is not intended to debate the merits of spam filters or the nuisance of spam. I've never had much interest in debating how things "should be" in business...





Some spiders visit site after site, collecting email addresses and controlling these rogue spiders spam bots or email harvesters with robot.txt won't get the job done, unless...

How email works?  Delivery of each email is done by your ISP mail server, first establishing a conversation through (port 25) of each of your recipient ISP mail server

What is the function of URL or Uniform Resource Locator? Without using an URL command for your email address, some mail clients may not be able to translate it into an email address

Collections of important useful emails related sites? Free email stuff, important email sites, real cool, give it a try

Email history, email netiquette, improving email presentation, email with sound, pictures--an interesting site, give it a try...

Quick reference guide to: dig, finger, traceroute, ping, nslookup, whois, IP block, FTP, SMTP relay, TCP/IP, Port

Advanced DNS (dig) info for the DNS records of a host or domain showing all the DNS records for a host or domain

About TCP/IP and mail server port numbers?
A port number is a number between 1 and 65535 which identifies to the receiving computer what function you
want to perform

All about IP Addresses, DNS and Internet addressing? Real serious stuff, if you can't sleep this is the perfect remedy

A standard client server protocol for receiving email. POP3 is use for retrieving Internet email from ISPs mail server...

Never use ISPs that hosts your web site to send out newsletter. If they cancel your account, you will lose all your web pages

Warning: If you publish an online newsletter or email to any opt-in list (including your own list), it is critical that you read this

A list of return error codes by Windows Sockets API returned by the WSAGetLastErrorcall, along with descriptions


I simply work
at having the most accurate understanding of how things actually are to best serve my marketing clients and customers.

Here's The Reality Of The Situation

As spam email continues to increase and become more problematic, more and more attempts will be made - at both individual and group levels - to filter unwanted messages.

Unfortunately, in order for these filters to block out a good percentage of spam, they are also deleting non-spam messages as well.

The filters look for certain words like "XXX, porn, Bizop, $$$, things like that, and delete them on the (probably valid) assumption that they're spam.

What's Your Marketing Attitude?

Entrepreneurs pay a lot of attention to the mechanics of marketing. They take workshops, read books, and hire
consultants to find out how to do the best job they possibly can.

With my own clients, I often discover that their knowledge of marketing techniques is quite good already. What they might lack is the right kind of marketing attitude.
Do any of the attitudes described below sound familiar? If so, you may be sabotaging your own marketing efforts. Read on for some possible solutions.

If you are good enough at what you do, you tell yourself, clients should just come to you. Marketing is for products, not professionals.

You have years of training and experience in your specialty, why should you have to spend your precious time on marketing?

It's true that there may be something wrong with your marketing. Perhaps your message is unclear or the tactics you're using are inappropriate for the audience.