What can I do to increase my Inbox Rate?

What are the results?

According to a Maborak Technologies forum discussion, there was a user who reported that ISP’s were flagging emails and counting it against many emails if “X-Mailer-RecptID” was in the header. This tag apparently only shows up in Interspire sent emails, and since many spammers use Interspire, it can have a negative impact on the deliverability of legitimate emails.

In the forum, a user mentioned that they were able to remove the X-Header from Interspire Email Marketer by changing the bounce procedure. However, the specific details of how to do this were not shared in the forum thread.

It’s worth noting that someone else suggested using the Port25 Bounce Handler tool to remove the X-headers. However, it is not clear whether this would solve the problem completely.

Overall, it seems that users have been able to remove the X-Header from Interspire Email Marketer, but the exact method to do so is not readily available.

According to a thread on the Maborak Technologies - Community Forum, it is possible to edit the “X-Mailer-RecptID” header in Interspire Email Marketer (IEM) to improve inbox rate. One user mentioned that they changed the bounce procedure in IEM and were able to delete every X-Header from the emails. However, the specific steps for editing the header were not shared in the thread. Another user suggested using the PowerMTA Remote Bounce Processor (RBP) addon to remove the X-headers. Additionally, there was a mention of using the “port25-bouncehandler” GitHub repository, but it is unclear how it relates to editing the header.

According to a discussion on the Maborak Technologies Community Forum, some users of Interspire Email Marketer have found that the presence of the “X-Mailer-RecptID” tag in the header of their emails can negatively impact their inbox rate because it is commonly associated with spam. One user mentioned that they were using SendForensics.com and noticed that ISPs were flagging emails with this tag. Another user mentioned that they were able to remove all X-Headers from Interspire Email Marketer by changing the bounce procedure. However, the specific details on how to do this were not shared in the forum.

According to a forum post on the Maborak Technologies Community Forum, it is possible to edit the X-Mailer-RecptID header in Interspire Email Marketer. One user mentioned that they changed the bounce procedure of Interspire Email Marketer and were able to delete every X-Header from the emails. However, the specific details of how to edit the header were not shared in the forum post. It is unclear if anyone has already done this, as there are no specific responses mentioning successful attempts.