Setting up an email address that won't have delivery issues

by Dtheme   Last Updated October 10, 2019 04:04 AM - source

I've been using my domain email address which goes through Gmail for years. Over the past year people have been telling when they reply it bounces back as blocked as spam. (I don't engage in spam in anyway).

I use my email address for a newsletter twice a month. I have a feeling this is where it got into issues. Instead of unsubscribing people may be clicking spam. Either that or mail shared hosting is causing issues.

In all cases I'd like to set up a new email address that will have no delivery issues or rejections from the same domain. I'd also like to keep using gmail to send and receive said messages.

What's the best way to go about this? Should I just set it up as before (set it up in hosting, forward to gmail etc).

Or is there a better way? I looked into MailJet and the like but got lost in 2 mins on how to set it up :(

I only send about 30 mails a week. So I don't need a subscription or expensive solution. I really just need to make sure people can send me and I can send them deliverable emails.

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