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pantera10

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Hi all,

I have to send about 10000 messages just for on time (to alert my customers that I change my geographical address).
Is it dangerous to do that with KMS? May I become blacklisted ?
What are the risks to do that?
If it's possible, is there something special to configure in KMS?

Thanks in advance.
Regards,

Aurélien.

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mrossi

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Use a web site like this.....

http://www.verticalresponse.com

No black listing
Will not use your server, cause slow down etc. and is cheap.
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pantera10

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Hi mrossi,
Thanks for your answer. I don't know this website. Have you ever tried it?

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mrossi

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Yes and it would be very easy to send text email but you can do basic web design online within their web site as well. There are actually many web sites who do this kind of thing. It is all done online. Most have a trial period and you can test it out by sending it emails to yourself and to others who want to see how it works. The testing is free. I found it very nice to use.
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pantera10

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Thank you very much, I'll test this as soon as possible.
Thanks.

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