Excellent single mailbox for all email ids providers today? A rare gem. Mutant Mail is a god send for those who manage multiple domains. It eliminates the need to setup multiple email accounts within email clients or check multiple webmails regularly as all emails are forwarded to a single email of your choosing. When one replies to an email, it gets sent out exactly as if it was sent via the domain owner (so the user has no clue any forwarder was used). Find more details on replying to forwarded emails. Comes with Two Factor Authentication: We ensure, all the emails are having proper SPF, DKIM and DMARC for maximum ?deliverability. PGP/GPG encryption for zero snooping.
Does this work with a regular gmail address or do I have to have a workspace account? It does work with a regular Gmail address, on any other including G-suite or workspace account. The only condition being destination/recipient/control e-mail id should be outside of Mutant Mail system, that can even be G-suite on a subdomain. During the Setup process it’s asking me to input a “real email address” that will be used as my forwarding address. Is this address changeable? Yes, it’s changeable. All you need to do is, add another email id in the “Recipient Inbox” tab and verify it. Then go to settings and mark it as default. After that, you can delete the old email id in the “Recipient Inbox” tab. The only condition is, none of the email ids should be used on any other Mutant Mail account.
Monitor your Domain and IP reputation: Domain and IP reputation are both important factors to consider when sending email campaigns. Your domain reputation is how recipients perceive your sending domain. A high domain reputation means that your recipients are more likely to trust your messages and open them. Conversely, a low domain reputation means that your recipients are more likely to mark your messages as spam, or even unsubscribe from future messages. IP reputation is how recipients perceive the IP address from which you’re sending messages. Just like with domains, a high IP reputation means that your recipients are more likely to trust your messages and open them. Conversely, a low IP reputation means that your recipients are more likely to mark your messages as spam, or even unsubscribe from future messages.
Does Mutant Mail Work with only Gmail as recipient or other emails work too? Mutant Mail works with any and every Email ID as their recipient email id. Including but not limited to Gmail, hotmail, yahoo, outlook, yandex, self hosted email etc. Only requirement for Recipient email id is, it should exist outside the Mutant Mail system. As it will need to hold all your emails. Can I send an email as well from my domains associated with Mutant Mail? Of course you can. But remember, our primary focus is to focus on the reply system instead of send system. As monitor and reply is the main hassle with owning so many email ids. And that’s exactly what we are trying to solve.
Just like email plus sign (+) you can create email ids on the fly for any domain associated with Mutant Mail. Another advantage of using Mutant Mail is that it is much easier to remember than an email address with a plus sign. With Mutant Mail, you simply use your regular email address (e.g., firstname.lastname@example.org) as recipient and create your email ids on associate domain on the fly. This makes it simpler and faster to send emails to your contacts even with new email ids. Finally, using Mutant Mail provides a layer of protection against spam emails by ensuring all emails are from legitimate Mail server, verified on SPF, DKIM and DMARC record. Not just that, ever email on Mutant Mail passes through antivirus system to ensure, no malware or virus is attached to an email. Discover even more information at https://www.mutantmail.com/.
What is the difference between the “Delete” and “Forget” actions for an email ID? The difference between Delete and Forget is due to the catch-all. The delete can be used even if catch-all is enabled. It’s a soft delete and a marker is kept in a database to ensure, the email id doesn’t automatically get created on the fly when a new email is sent to the deleted email id. Forget on the other hand is to completely delete the email id. If used, the email id and all its record are deleted from our database. But if it is being used on the catch-all enabled domain, the email id will be re-created on the fly as soon as it receives a new email. Forget option doesn’t contribute towards email id count, delete does, as a soft delete happens. We send detailed information on this via email and similar things on the third day of onboarding.