What Happens Now?? Your email is now queued in our system. If you scheduled your email to be sent in the future it will arrive in our queue but will be paused until the time you specified.When the sending time arrives one of our technicians will review your email to make sure it conforms to the CAN-SPAM Act of 2003 which you can read more about online.When your email is approved it is placed into our ISN Sending System. We move the email out to your recipients through one of our six active email servers. We do this systematically and methodically so receiving email servers do not flag your email as SPAM. Depending on an assortment of settings and configurations an email to 1000 individuals may take anywhere from 36 minutes to 3 hours.After the sending begins you will see updates in your ISN regarding the progress of the sending, the number of emails which were opened and the number of emails which bounced and / or rejected. You can read more about email bounces and rejections online as well.My email is not sending?!? The ISN Mass Mail system is designed to send a specific number of emails each hour. If your email is not actively sending it is waiting in line to be sent. We actively send emails on ISN Monday through Friday 8AM EST to 8PM EST. Please note, Mass Emails are not verified and approved on the weekends or holidays.

Interesting Fact

Other email providers certainly can send your email faster if you need it to be sent right away. We prefer and suggest MailChimp. In fact, if you click here you can get a $30.00 credit right now just for signing up through ISN. Advanced sending systems, like MailChimp, usually cost around $50/month per 2500 real estate agents and/or clients. The advantage is you can control exactly when your email is sent at an incredibly detailed level. However, be advised on small mail server networks our sending process will likely out deliver their blast systems (which is why we designed the system to send it methodically and slowly).

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The ISN Technical Team

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