Monitoring the factors like sending volume and frequency, SPAM complaints and traps, bounces, unsubscribing, and users’ interaction gives you an overall picture of your sender reputation. However, there are tools like Mail-Tester and SenderScore to find out more specific information.
It analyzes email structure concerning any spammy words, files with prohibited content, technical issues, etc., and gives a rating to evaluate each potential email campaign.
Step 1: Copy a random address for sending a test email
Mail-Tester produces new random email addresses every time you reload the page. Copy this link.
Step 2: Paste address and send
Step 3: Examine the results
Go back to Mail-Tester and click “Then check your score.” Look at the overall rating. Click on the cross near any of six aspects to see the details. The elements Mail-Tester checks are SpamAssassin, Authentication, email format, blacklists, and broken links.
It provides you with data about the domain, which is sending emails, and SSL information — small data files that digitally bind a cryptographic key to a company’s details.
Step 1: Check a website
Enter an IP address or domain of a site you want to analyze. Click on “View Report.”
Step 2: Look into the metrics
SenderScore provides with “Sending Domain Information,” which includes MX Record and SPF record. You can also check SSL information (SSL Certificate, the owner of the website, its location, etc.)
Last Updated: 2019-09-30