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  1. #1
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    required hosting

    i required shared cpanel hosting with minimum 1000 email per hour sending limit in double opt-in email list.

    suggest me which hosting provider i choose ?

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    How much email you send daily It is 24000 daily ? I believe on a shared hosting companies minimum provide a limit of 500-750 on cPanel. Though if you have a Godaddy hosting smtp account where you can send a minimum of 1000 emails daily.
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    Quote Originally Posted by webhosting_123 View Post
    i required shared cpanel hosting with minimum 1000 email per hour sending limit in double opt-in email list.
    I seriously doubt any good shared hosting provider will be able to provide this. You may want to consider a low level VPS for this.
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    For such requirement, I am afraid you won't get many choices however you can always go for Mass Mail Solutions.

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    Finding such host is really difficult. I'll suggest you to go with some Bulk Email provider. Or you may opt for a VPS with multiple IPs and change IPs after a small interval.

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    Why not just use MailChimp, there's no way on this planet earth you will get a host which allows that. Well realistically...
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    Quote Originally Posted by CW Mike View Post
    Why not just use MailChimp, there's no way on this planet earth you will get a host which allows that. Well realistically...
    ^ this. Good advice.

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    MailChimp was going to be my first suggestion too. Such services are dedicated to this job, have more technology in place to do it well than anyone else is likely to, and have great tools for creating cross-browser and cross-client email designs.

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    I doubt a decent host will allow this on a shared hosting account.
    This is just asking for trouble for the other customers on that server. Blocked IPs, spam lists, etc.
    Probably use a dedicated service (like MailChimp) or get a dedicated node (server or VPS)

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    check domain.com they have good prices

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    Another vote for MailChimp, other then that I would look for VPS server.

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    I agree with others that suggested using an email service.

    No reputable shared host is going to allow you to send that high of an amount of email from their servers.
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    I would just go for a service like MailChimp or Mandrill if you're looking to send bulk outgoing mail. You'll get a much more reliable service e-mail sending wise and will no run into as many problems as you would doing it from a shared hosting environment. How many e-mails do you expect to be sending per month?

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    thanks to all suggestion, now i look vps...

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    Hi,
    Can try mailgun.com

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    You risk your VPS to get suspended as soon as your host starts receiving complaints. And chances are, they will not refund your vps if they suspend it for complaints.

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    The first company web-host that came to mind was Go-DADDY, that is a whole lot of message you want to transmit though.

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    Late Response: Go with a VPS!

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