nuevoMailer SB v.8.7

Performance & technical information

nuevoMailer handles large mailing lists with millions of subscribers

  • By performance we usually mean how fast the software can send and how fast it loads especially with large sets of data.
  • Installations managing a few million subscribers are quite common among our customers.
  • However, if you plan to handle big mailing lists your overall environment (server specifications) must be optimized and you may need the multi-threaded sending plugin in case you want to send too many too fast.

Some key characteristics of nuevoMailer

  • Specifically optimized for mySQL (or MariaDB) so every database operation is done in the best possible way.
  • It supports the following methods for sending emails:
    SMTP, Sendmail, PowerMTA and Amazon SES api.
    SMTP is the most versatile and powerful. The Sendmail uses the local mail transfer agent that is installed (Linux only). On Linux the sendmail_path, on Windows the SMTP server & port.
  • You may set-up multiple SMTP servers with load balancing and rotation.
    You can configure your SMTP servers to rotate with every new batch or allocate them evenly within a batch.
  • You can use local or 3rd party and external SMTP providers such as Amazon SES, SendGrid, Sparkpost, MailGun or any other. This is particularly useful for cases where you are in shared hosting and your Host will not allow you to send bulk mail.
  • You have integrated bounces processing and in addition specific coupling with Amazon SES, MailGun and SendGrid for recording bounces and complaints.
  • For Amazon SES you can use the api method or Smtp. Both are supported.
  • PowerMTA pickup delivery support. PowerMTA is an enterprise grade infrastructure application for email built to address the challenges of critical digital messaging environments and customer communications. More.
  • You can use batches when you send. Sending in batches is highly recommended for two reasons. You put less strain on the server and so avoid potential time-outs and you improve deliverability.
  • For all sending methods you have throttling options so you can fine-tune your sending speed.
  • With SMTP you can have daily & hourly quotas, authentication, SSL/TLS connections, throttling, and SMTP anti-flood. With the anti-flood you close & re-open the SMTP connection for x seconds after sending z emails. This is another great utility for improving deliverability. Many Hosts, ISPs and email service providers require you to do that.
  • You can attach custom email headers specific to an SMTP server (that can be merged/personalized).
  • PHP version: 7.1 or later. Fully functional with PHP 8. See technical requirements.
  • mySQL greater than 5.2 or MariaDB. InnoDB support in both cases is required. Nowadays this is standard.

Key elements that affect performance

  • Web server (configuration, processing power, memory).
  • Database server (configuration, memory).
  • SMTP (MTA) configuration and power: this is one of the most critical elements because it largely affects the sending speed of your email campaigns.
  • Network latency which may be affected by the geographical distance of the communicating servers.

How fast can you send?

It depends on all the above factors. Anything from 2k/hour to 100k/hour is possible. If you use shared hosting you should ask your Host about how much/fast you can send per hour/day. nuevoMailer has all the required utilities and features to help you conform with your Host's policies.

Need to send faster?

Assuming your SMTP can handle heavy loads then you can multiply your sending speed with the multi-threaded sending plugin.
Linux servers
Works with mySQL database
 
Windows servers
PHP
 
 
You don't have to be a technical guru to use all these features. You will find them nicely grouped and presented in your administration panel.
Windows with SQL Server?
For a Windows server mailing list software running on SQL Server and MS Access databases have a look at Newsletter Manager Pro.
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