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3. Warming up the email(s) using Warmbots
3. Warming up the email(s) using Warmbots
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Written by Chris Traczyk
Updated over a week ago

Warmbots is our email warm-up tool. With Warmbots turned on, your inbox will automatically exchange dummy messages with other inboxes connected to the tool, which will create a natural-looking traffic and will make your inbox a more legitimate sender.

You can connect your Outlook or other IMAP/SMTP email account to Warmbots by going to Settings Integrations, clicking Actions Edit settings and clicking the toggle under Email warm-up. Make sure to up the number of messages sent to the maximum number.

Once you do that, log into your email account and set up the filter to filter out those messages - here are the instructions for Gmail and for Outlook. For other email providers, the filter is not needed.

Here's the video showing the whole process:

You can read more about Warmbots in these articles.

Important note:

Please note that since 1 June 2023, Warmbots doesn't warm-up Gmail emails connected via Google API. You can still enable Warmbots, but it will only provide you with the ability to monitor your deliverability, without the warm-up capabilities.

You can read more about the decision and how to maintain good deliverability in Gmail here: click!

NOTE: Warmbots for SMTP/IMAP email accounts is now working in the same way as for other integrations, so the tool is available to a broader spectrum of email accounts! Read how to connect Gmail account via IMAP/SMTP here.

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