Test Inbox Deliverability and Spam Score of a GetResponse Email Campaign

You can use the GlockApps testing tools with any email service provider or email software to test the Inbox delivery and spam score of your email campaign before sending it to the list of real subscribers.

In this tutorial, we’re going to guide you through the steps how to use the GlockApps free email spam checker to test GetResponse email campaigns.

1. Testing via Seed List

Login to your account with GetResponse.

Open the Lists tab and create a new list.

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Enter a list name and click Create.

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Once the list is created, go to your GlockApps account.

Start a test under the Start menu and download the seed list.

Note: keep the window open as you will need it later.

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Open the list in GetResponse.

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Click Add Contacts.

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Select the list, select to upload a file, drag and drop the downloaded seed list file, choose to add and update existing contact, and check the permission to add those contacts to the list.

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Import the seed email addresses on the next step

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Note that it can take some time to validate the seed list.

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Once this is done you will see the ‘Completed’ status.

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Now you can run a spam test with the seed list.

Return to GlockApps and copy the id string.

Open the message in GetResponse and paste the id string at any place in the content or in the Subject line.

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Send the message with the id to the list of seed email addresses.

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Once the sending is finished, go to GlockApps and click the View Report button.

2. Testing via Proxy Email Address

This is an alternate testing mode which makes the testing process easier.

This mode eliminates the need to create a test manually and copy-paste the id string in the message. Moreover, it provides with the ability to select the email addresses for the test individually, not by groups like for the manual test.

To test an email message via a proxy email address, you need to create a sending account with the GetResponse SMTP settings in GlockApps.

Go to Settings -> SMTP Accounts in your account in GlockApps.

Click Add Sending Account and enter your From information and the SMTP settings from GetResponse.

Select the mailboxes and click Save.

Copy the proxy email address associated with the sending account.

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Go to your account with GetResponse.

Create a new list and add the proxy email address to the list.

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Send the message to the list with the proxy email address.

GlockApps will create a test in your account and re-send the message to the chosen test email addresses through your GetResponse SMTP settings.

Go to Inbox Insight -> Reports in your account with GlockApps to view the delivery report.

 

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Julia Gulevich is an email marketing expert and customer support professional at GlockSoft LLC with more than 15 years of experience. Author of numerous blog posts, publications, and articles about email marketing and deliverability.