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I'm sending about 5000 transactional emails a month to various users. Things like password reset emails and other notifications - never any spam.

I'm currently using mailgun where I have a shared IP. What's happening is, about one a month my emails get blocked as spam as some other user on the IP is sending spam. I'm not talking about going to their spam folder - it gets blocked completely.

I then open a support ticket and they give me a new IP, but still a number of emails do not get delivered.

I don't mind paying for a dedicated IP, but they say at less than 50 000 emails a week a dedicated IP can have even lower deliverability.

What do you suggest I use for sending emails reliably?

closed as off-topic by Nicolas Raoul Jun 14 '18 at 8:50

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  • This question asks for a service to send emails. The service part if more important than the software part in this question. It is thus off-topic per softwarerecs.meta.stackexchange.com/questions/2713/… – Nicolas Raoul Jun 14 '18 at 8:50
  • Where can I ask about sending service? – Johan Jun 14 '18 at 14:02
  • Stack Exchange does not have any site for this, but you can try Quora or Reddit, or some specialist forum. – Nicolas Raoul Jun 15 '18 at 1:59
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I think SendGrid have all you need:

  • List item
  • send a huge og email (million+ emails/mo)
  • API features
  • dedicated IP
  • CRM integration
  • and you can try for free

They work with the biggest companies!

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