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  1. About the different ways Direct Mail can send email
  2. About e3 Delivery Service
  3. About draft campaigns
  4. About image and web hosting
  5. Sending to duplicate email addresses
  6. Canceling delivery of your email campaign
  7. Protecting your email reputation
  8. Choosing the best timing for sending email campaigns
  9. Choosing which addresses to send to
  10. Creating a Direct Mail account
  11. Enabling SMTP Access
  12. Configuring Direct Mail to send via your SMTP server
  13. Finding out how many email addresses you've sent to this month
  14. Why emails may take a long time to be delivered
  15. If sending via your own email server seems unusually slow
  16. About rate limiting
  17. If you experience SMTP delivery errors
  18. If open and click tracking is unavailable
  19. If your address group fails to sync
  20. If your attachment is too large
  21. If your campaign status is "In Review"
  22. If your email ends up in Gmail's Promotions tab
  23. If your email ends up in the Spam folder
  24. Limiting the amount of email sent through your mail server
  25. Preventing your computer from sleeping while sending email
  26. Removing the Direct Mail logo from your email footer
  27. Resending an email to some recipients
  28. Scheduling to send at a future date
  29. Sending Your Email Campaign at the Perfect TimeBlog
  30. Sending email using e3 Delivery Service
  31. Sending email using your Microsoft account
  32. Sending email using your Gmail or Google Workspace account
  33. Sending email using your own email server
  34. Sending email using your Yahoo! Mail account
  35. Sharing email campaigns on social media (Facebook, Twitter, etc.)
  36. Tagging a campaign for Google Analytics