DojoMojo partners with Webbula, the leader in email hygiene and verification, to scrub entries for and remove email addresses that represent known threats to your reputation as a sender. These risky emails can damage your sending reputation with ISP’s like Google, Hotmail, Yahoo, and others.
This setting is left on by default for all of our users, and we recommend keeping it on. If you use your own email verification system or would like these turned off for any reason, follow these instructions.
While not all of these are certifiably bad we take a conservative approach to protect a user reputation. As a result, there will oftentimes be a discrepancy between the number of entries into your Campaign and the total number of emails uploaded to your email service provider or downloaded in the .csv file.
Emails removed from what we deliver to you include:
- Spam Traps and Malicious Senders - known email addresses associated with high spam complaint rates, blacklisted domain URL’s, invalid emails, spam advisory domains, blacklisted emails, emails associated with litigators to entrap mailers, malicious moles and do not mail emails, among others.
- Fraud Threat - phishers (emails associated with phishing scams), bots (fraudulent activity programs designed to “hack” giveaways), scammer emails associated with online scams and a variety of others.
- Delivery Threats - emails simply found to be invalid, improperly configured DNS records and generally other things that yield a bounce back.
- Conversion Threats - emails from people who habitually report commercial email as spam or emails from deceased individuals.
For more information, reach out to email@example.com.