Question: I would like a product that I can use where I bypass my provider's SMTP server, because
they don't let me send any messages.
Brief Answer: We don't recommend it, but you can use Email Security for that purpose
Answer: We would not recommended bypassing your provider's SMTP server, because utilizing it
you are relying on big, established, production size machine to handle your mail.
Your ISP however, has the ability to block your messages because they
most probably rely on a sophisticated mechanism for blocking spam messages.
If you run a legitimate opt in campaign with the users who elected to receive the messages,
you should not have any problems sending through your ISP.
If you are being blocked, they probably deem you as a spam sender.
Please check our anti-spamming policy before trying our products.
If you are sending spam, we obviously cannot help you,
but if you are running a legitimate business,
you can use our Email Security for that purpose.
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