With the Ramp-Up mode for email accounts, you can push your email accounts' deliverability to the next level, and safely reach hundreds of emails sent per day instead of dozens, without any manual work involved.
Using the Ramp-Up mode is crucial to the successful delivery of your emails. Increasing the volume of sent emails too quickly after the Warm-Up will likely result in deliverability issues.
Determine how quickly to increase sending volume
Increase sending volume slowly if you send a lot of emails.
If you send emails daily, increase the sending volume quicker than if you send weekly.
You can increase the volume quicker if you send only to people who subscribe to your emails.
Learn about Google deliverability guidelines here.
How to set up and enable the ramp-up mode
Please follow the step below to set up the ramp-up mode for an email account:
Log into Reply and navigate to Settings > Email accounts.
Scroll down to the Safety settings drop-down and open it.
Toggle on the Daily Ramp-Up sub-section.
Set the Starting amount within the allowed 40-60 range, and the Ramp-Up value within the 10-25 range.
Starting amount is the number of emails that will be sent on day 1.
Ramp-Up value defines how many more emails will be sent every next day.
Click Save. You're all set!
Note: You can quickly find out the current state of an email account's Ramp-Up on Email Accounts page by hovering over the fire icon
How it works
The number of emails sent from the email account starting from the next day (or the same day if no emails have been previously sent from the email account on that day) would be:
day1 = Starting amount value (e.g., 40)
day2 = Starting amount value + Daily ramp-up value (e.g., 40+20=60)
day3 = day2 + Daily ramp-up value (e.g., 60+20=80)
dayX = (dayX-1) + Daily ramp-up value until the Total number of emails limit is reached.
Once the Total number of emails limit is reached, the notification is sent to the Notification center, the Daily Ramp-Up sub-section becomes inactive, and ramp-up is stopped for the email account.
Warm-up your email account.
Enable the Ramp-Up mode for the email account once you've finished warming it up.
Keep warm-up for the email account enabled while using the Ramp-Up mode.
Keep warm-up enabled even after the Ramp-Up is stopped for the email account as long as you're sending cold emails.