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deliverability

[di‚liv·ə·rə′bil·əd·ē]
(petroleum engineering)
The volume of gas per given unit of time that can be obtained from a well, field, storage reservoir, pipeline, or distribution system.
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With this large block of newly issued IP addresses, SMTP will be in a better position to guarantee corporate customers the highest level of IP reputation and email deliverability," said Semyon Dukach, chairman of SMTP.
The proposed storage enhancement would add up to 125 MMcf/d to existing firm storage deliverability volumes from the Baker storage facility.
We challenged ourselves to find a new and innovative way to help these projects meet a faster timetable for establishing deliverability and negotiating contracts with utilities and other load-serving entities.
Deliverability failures cost businesses money but these failures are masked by revenue generation from email campaigns.
The email inbox is a moving target and Return Path's enhanced Deliverability Monitoring Suite enables marketers to zero in on their reputation metrics in an entirely new and more actionable way," said George Bilbrey, President of Return Path.
Cisco WebEx turned to StrongMail to overcome deliverability challenges and improve the efficiency of bounced message processing.
The ExactTarget 2011 Email Deliverability Guide offers marketers insight on emerging trends including Facebook messaging and Google's Priority Inbox and includes actionable advice on how to evolve email marketing to increase subscriber engagement and improve bottom line results.
The panel will explain why monitoring and responding to customer preferences for content, channel and frequency is essential to achieving email deliverability and optimal response.
Adaptive Delivery enables companies to proactively safeguard their brand reputation and lift delivery rates - all without getting bogged down in the mechanics of managing deliverability or paying a specialist to do it.
Email On-Demand helps navigate these barriers through a combination of fully managed deliverability features including throttling rules for the largest ISP domains, email authentication, suppression lists for bad addresses and complaints and IP whitelisting.
Launched in March, Campaigner's weekly tips continued in June with advice to help small businesses improve the deliverability of their email marketing campaigns by setting clear expectations and following best practices.