Toolbox: Tools for Testing Email Messages

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These tools can be used to see how email messages will render in various email clients. In addition, they can increase deliverability of your messages by catching spam-like attributes and verifying senders are not blacklisted.




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  • 5523 Campaign Monitor in 7 toolboxes
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    Good support for testing email messages for how well they'll display in different clients, and how well they'll get through spam filters. Provides quick overview of the "most popular" clients.

  • 3838 EmailAdvisor in 1 toolbox
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    Inbox Snapshot tool shows how email messages will render in over 40 different email clients, Content Analyzer and Blacklist Monitor tools prevent the “abduction” of emails and increase delivery rates.

  • 3840 EmailExam in 1 toolbox
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    Automated email auditing and monitoring can be set up at different frequencies (daily, hourly, etc.) using EmailExam's API or a simple-to-install application. Identify deliverability problems with an email before it is sent. Users send a test message to EmailExam where it undergoes a 35-point deliverability and usability analysis. Tests include: Identification of broken links and images; List cleansing of bad, duplicate, and other problem email addresses; Preview of message displayed in Outlook, AOL, Hotmail, Yahoo! and others; Blacklisted sending IP addresses; Inbox vs. junk folder delivery status for major ISPs.

  • 3839 Litmus in 2 toolboxes
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    Tests how your email designs will be seen by recipients. Delivers screenshots of web sites and email newsletters for "all" popular platforms. On the expensive side.

  • 3842 Pivotal Veracity in 1 toolbox
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    Suite of delivery optimization tools and intelligence that allow you to monitor, manage, and improve the delivery of your email communications.

  • 3843 Premailer in 2 toolboxes
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    Checks your HTML emails to make sure that the CSS is inline and flags potential problems in the coding that might cause problems in various email clients.