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Block for spam when sending out notifications in the catalog

I bought a script of a catalog of organizations and firms, uploaded more than 2 million enterprises. During the activation of each organization, a notification went off.
As a result, the entire site hoster for spam cut down. Went to another. He completely disconnected the entire account.
Where can I find a normal host that does not block for mailing? Or maybe there are some other workarounds?
By the way, the newsletter also gets into spam, even when it comes to it. This is also not desirable.
In general, I am waiting for any practical advice on this issue.

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Post was last edited on December 2, 2018 12:18 PM PST

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I have a few thoughts on this.

1. Since it's a catalog you should use a mailing service like Constant Contact which deals with mailing to thousands.

2. If you feel you don't want to use a mailing service, the script seller should be asked this question.

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Re: block

That seems the right thing to do, to block you for spamming if you spam.
Also, some mail providers mark such mass mails (they see it, because they process all) as spam, so the receiver is warned automatically.

Anyway, did you contact the customer services of your mail provider? They might point you to their rules, their code of conduct and the legalities of sending uninvited commercial mails.

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