Why keep track of the deliverability report?
It also shows whether your SPF and DKIM records are updated.
Knowing where your emails are landing can help you quickly rule out deliverability issues and solve them.
Note: The deliverability report is only available for pro accounts and accounts that are on a trial period.
How does it work?
If the deliverability testing is on, QuickMail will automatically send occasional test emails from the inbox connected to the QuickMail account, to the inboxes that we own and monitor.
These deliverability testings take place after the inbox has been added, and then at the beginning of the week going forward.
In the Sent Items in your Inbox, you may see messages that you don't recognize, sent to people you've never heard of.
Don't panic because if the recipients and email subjects of the messages are any of the following,
your account is not compromised. It's just us testing the deliverability of your inbox.
Here are some examples of the names of the recipients of those messages:
* Everlyne Green
* Richard Hendricks
* Meeting Next Wednesday?
* Hi from (yourname)
* Everlyne Green / (yourname)
* Quick question Everlyne Green?
How to turn it on?
To turn on the deliverability testing for an inbox, just head to Settings -> click the inboxes -> select a specific inbox.
Then, you will be re-directed to the inbox settings.
From there, head to the Deliverability tab then, check the checkbox under Deliverability testing.
In this example, you can see that messages sent to Office 365, G Suite, and Free Gmail inboxes are all landing in the Inbox and the Personal section of Gmail.
The SPF and DKIM records are also looking good.
Pro tip: You can also manually trigger the deliverability testing by clicking Generate Report.