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How it works
Bounce Shield is our system that works in the background while your emails are being sent. You do not need to turn it on as it constantly monitors your campaigns.
We implemented it to help you protect your deliverability and avoid reaching your provider’s send quota, which could result in a 24-hour block.
As soon as our system detects that your sending volume is about to reach the limits of your provider, we stop sending your emails for a few minutes. After a certain amount of time, sending will resume.
Learn more about Errors while sending a campaign »
What does it protect me from?
In general, it helps to maintain good deliverability by keeping your sending below your provider’s limit.
This way, you avoid being blocked by your provider (which would stop your sending for the entire day) and have a better chance of having and keeping a good reputation as a sender.
Deliverability: Introduction »
Sending limits of various Email Service Providers »
It does not protect you from receiving bounces, as you still need to remember to prepare your domain and email account with the warm-up process for sending.
How to warm up an email account »
After that, you should take some time to create a well-written and personalized email copy in order to avoid the spam folders of your prospects.
How to Write a Cold Email that Actually Works in 6 Steps »
Email deliverability – good practices
Learn how to create and schedule cold emails that get delivered straight to your prospect’s inbox – read our free guide »
Check out our webinar Control Cold Email Deliverability – Basic Settings + Q&A »
Q.: I want to send more emails. Can I turn it off?
No, Bounce Shield can’t be turned off as it is implemented in the sending mechanism of Woodpecker and is an integral part of our app.
Q.: Why am I still receiving bounces?
Please, check our section on What does it protect me from? If you want to work on your deliverability, here’s our article on How to lower my bounce rate? »
Q.: How much does it cost?
Bounce shield is free to all of our users and it doesn’t need to be turned on/purchased in order to be active.
Q.: What are my provider’s limits?
You can check them at Sending limits of various Email Service Providers »