High Volume

High Volume – Approving your “Permitted From Address(es) or Domain(s)”

How does LuxSci approve my ‘From’ address?

Please watch our High Volume General setup video for a demonstration of the process.

High Volume – Best Practices and Deliverability

High Volume – Configuration and Account Management

Is there a web-based interface for me to compose and send messages from?

Yes! Our Spotlight Mailer service is a web-based all-in-one email marketing platform which includes everything you need to design, send, track, and achieve a solid return on investment from email marketing. Learn more here.

What email bulk marketing programs are compatible with High Volume?

High Volume Bulk Outbound Email is compatible with any program that supports username and password authentication. The most popular applications used among our clients includes:

For a detailed comparison and reviews of the above programs and others, please see:

Need help with approving your High Volume "From Address(es)" to use?

Watch the general High Volume setup video.

Specific bulk emailing programs for Apple computers include:

High Volume – Technical Questions

Does LuxSci support DKIM and DomainKeys?

Yes! LuxSci supports DKIM for both inbound and outbound email flow. For more details, please see our FYI Blog article "DKIM: Fight Spam and Forged Email by Signing your Messages". DKIM is an enhanced protocol that evolved from the original DomainKeys protocol developed by Yahoo!.

Does LuxSci support VERP?

Yes! LuxSci offers support for VERP to help in your bounced message analysis. For more details, please read our FYI Blog article VERP now supported for High Volume Bounce Analysis.

When does my monthly sending limit reset exactly?

On the 1st of the next month at midnight (GMT).

Do I get additional sending limit warnings after my 90% warning? For example, do I get another warning for when I reach 95%, 99%, etc?

No. After the 90% warning, if you reach your limit, the only way to determine which emails successfully sent and the ones who didn't is to check your sent reports.