Goodmail Closes, Leaving Just Two Main Email Deliverability Services

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For those of you who follow email deliverability, whitelisting, etc., you may be surprised to learn that Goodmail is closing up shop. This means that there are just two main email deliverability services out there now – Return Path, and SuretyMail email accreditation and deliverability services (the latter of which is provided by our parent company, ISIPP).

Yesterday Goodmail CEO Daniel Dreymann sent this email to all of Goodmail’s customers:


It is with great regret that I must inform you that Goodmail will cease operations on Tuesday 2/8/11. We will continue to provide CertifiedEmail tokens until Tuesday 2/8/11 5pm PST at which time our Token Generators will be taken offline. Tokens provided between 2/1/11 and 2/8/11 will be free of charge. All tokens provided during the month of January will be charged at regular rates.

We are working with our ISP partners to accommodate a transition period for your IP addresses so as to decrease the effort required for warm up. In the meantime, please begin to transition your traffic off of CertifiedEmail.

Goodmail’s flagship service was the providing of tokens, for a fee, that were inserted in their customer’s email, which tokens signaled to partner ISPs that the email was from a Goodmail customer, and should be considered, well, good mail, and not spam.

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Our parent company, ISIPP SuretyMail, is offering a 50% discount off the email accreditation application fee to all Goodmail customers.

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