Frequently Asked Questions

Yes. Our email warm-up system is built to help in exactly these situations. We positively interact with your emails by moving them from SPAM to inbox, opening them, and even replying. These actions will, over time, help in returning your email reputation to good standing.

Inboxy.io improves email deliverability by warming up IP addresses gradually, mimicking human-like email behavior through AI technology, and continuously adjusting sending metrics based on live inbox activity. These methods work together to build a robust sender reputation, ensuring your emails consistently land in the primary inbox of your recipients.

Each account comes with one email for warm-up and sending. You can, however, add more emails and stack as many as you like in a single account.

Inboxy is the only inbox warm-up solution that utilizes a private network of headless browsers and artificial intelligence to truly guarantee better deliverability for our customers.

Absolutely, we operate on a 'no strings attached' basis. You can cancel your subscription at any time from your account settings. We believe in the value of our service, and want you to stay because you're happy with the results, not because you're locked into a contract

Inboxy is designed for a broad range of users who want to enhance their email deliverability. This includes Lead Generation Agencies, SaaS Companies, Marketing Agencies, entrepreneurs, sales and marketing professionals, or any individual or organization that relies heavily on email communication. Our service is particularly valuable for those who need to ensure their emails are landing in the primary inbox, whether for outreach, marketing campaigns, customer communications, or other business-critical email activity.

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Filtering out Inboxy emails from your Gmail account is a simple process. Access the following link to find instructions regarding SOP for Gmail.

Short description:

  • Open your Gmail account and locate an email from Inboxy.
  • Click on the email to open it, then click the 'More' button (three vertical dots) on the top-right side of the email.
  • From the dropdown menu, click on 'Filter messages like this'.
  • A box will appear with the Inboxy email in the 'From' field. Click on the 'Create filter' button at the bottom right of the box.
  • You can now choose the action for these filtered emails, such as 'Delete it', 'Skip the Inbox (Archive it)', 'Mark as read', etc.
  • Once you've selected your preferred action, click on the 'Create filter' button.

Please note that the process may vary slightly depending on your specific Gmail settings and interface updates."

Filtering out Inboxy emails from your Microsoft account can be accomplished with a few simple steps:

  • Log in to your Outlook Web or Outlook App account.
  • Open an email from Inboxy.
  • Click on the three dots (...) located at the top of the email header.
  • Select 'Create rule' from the dropdown menu.
  • In the dialog box that opens, ensure that the 'From' field contains Inboxy.
  • Under 'Do all of the following', select the desired action, such as 'Move the message to folder' or 'Delete the message'.
  • Click 'OK' to confirm the new rule.

Note: The process might be slightly different depending on your Microsoft account settings and updates to the interface."

Or access the following link to find instructions regarding SOP for Outlook WEB. And this link for Outlook APP.

Inboxy is built on AWS cloud which is SOC 1, 2, & 3 compliant. AWS System and Organization Controls (SOC) Reports are independent third-party examination reports that demonstrate how AWS achieves key compliance controls and objectives. The purpose of these reports is to help you and your auditors understand the AWS controls established to support operations and compliance. For more details, visit SOC FAQs.