Adding your domain to Postmaster
To view your domain reputation, you need to add your domain to Google postmaster. Learn how
The definitions of spam below includes mail detected as spam by Gmail’s Spam filter, and mail reported by users as Spam.
Bad: A history of sending an enormously high volume of spam. Mail coming from this entity will almost always be rejected at SMTP or marked as spam.
Low: Known to send a considerable volume of spam regularly, and mail from this sender will likely be marked as spam.
Medium/Fair: Known to send good mail, but has occasionally sent a low volume of spam. Most of the email from this entity will have a fair deliverability rate, except when there’s a notable increase in spam levels.
High: Has a good track record of a very low spam rate, and complies with Gmail's sender guidelines. Mail will rarely be marked by the spam filter.
Tip: Keep in mind that spam filtering is based on thousands of signals and domain reputation is just one of them.
Granting read access to email@example.com
Once you have added your domain to Postmaster, you need to grant read access to Mailmodo.
Step 1: Sign in to postmaster and click on the ellipsis icon against your domain. Click on Manage Users.
Step 2: Click on the plus icon on the bottom right corner of your screen.
Step 3: Grant read access to firstname.lastname@example.org.
You will see a confirmation screen that read access has been granted to email@example.com.
Once you have granted read access to Mailmodo, you should be able to see your domain reputation corresponding to your domain in Mailmodo under Settings->Sender Domains.
Please note that domain reputation is calculated based on campaign performance on Gmail email client only.
Usually, when daily email volume is less than 500, domain reputation data may not show. There is a certain daily email volume threshold for data to populate in Google Postmaster Tool.
That’s it! You can now see your domain reputation in Mailmodo.