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WordPress Integration
Where can I find my TotalSend API credentials? Your TotalSend API username and password can be found once you log into your account and click on the Settings > Integrations > TotalSend WordPress Plugin. How can I display a TotalSend Subscrip...
Email content checker tools
As we're always looking for ways to better your email content, we've  come across some really cool external sources for checking your email’s  content. Whether it's to determine the spam score, the text to image  rat...
Sender Reputation Lookup
Sender Reputation is used by email providers and filters to determine  whether to accept or reject email by knowing whether a sender is a good  sender or a spammer. Sender reputation is based on factors like email volume, complaint  r...
Feedback Loops (FBLs)
Feedback loops (FBLs) - often called complaint feedback loops.  This is complaint data collected by Mailbox Providers which provided to  anyone that has signed up for these FBLs.  This data is collected directly from the recipient...
Realtime blacklist monitoring
Realtime Blacklist (RBLs), also called Realtime blacklists; are email  blacklists primarily there to report any IP addresses and domains that  are linked to spam.  To lookup your domain or IP address for blacklist monitoring, you can...
WordPress integration
Where can I find my TotalSend API credentials? Your TotalSend API username and password can be found once you log into your account and click on the Settings > Integrations > TotalSend WordPress Plugin. How can I display a TotalSend Subscrip...
Find what CSS is supported in various email clients
Have you ever wanted to know what CSS is not supported in different  email clients? Well now you can.  Go to www.getfractal.com , paste your email html/css code and fractal  will give you exactly which compatibility issues you will ...
CSS Inliner tool for HTML email campaigns
or the best HTML e-mail delivery results, your CSS should always be  coded "inline". This is a huge pain and a simple newsletter can become  unmanageable very quickly.  To solve this, you need a CSS Inliner. To automate thi...