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How to set up the feedback loop for Microsoft (Outlook.com and Hotmail.com)?
Microsoft (Hotmail) was one of the first web-based email services, which launched in 1996.
It's one of the most popular domains in the world ISPs.
Microsoft (Outlook.com and Hotmail.com) Feedback Loop are IPs based.
Smart Network Data Services (SNDS) and the Junk Mail Reporting Program (JMRP) are two services Outlook.com provides for email senders to receive feedback on their mail.
SNDS provides an overview of your IP addresses and shows relevant statistics like approximate inbox rate, complaint rate, and trap hits.
JMRP lets you set up a feedback loop, so you can receive copies of messages Outlook.com users mark as junk.
To join SNDS and JMRP, please enter your IP addresses and complete the FBL form. After authorizing your access to these IPs, you will be enrolled in both programs.
Log in with your Microsoft account. (or create one if you don't have it)
Signing up for the Microsoft Feedback Loop.
Company name: Your Name or Company Name
Contact email address: Your contact email address
Complaint feedback email address: [email protected]
Complaint format: ARF
Max complaints to send per IP per day: 100000000
Max complaints to send per day, across all IPs: 100000000
Ip address or range: Your IPs list
Once IPs will be added, select [email protected] account for the verification code.
Microsoft will send email messages to each of the above authorization addresses, with an authorization link.
Please contact the BulkEmailSetup team, for this verification code.
Once the links have been clicked, you will be able to view data for those IPs in SNDS.
After you have been authorized to view IP data, JMRP feedback complaints will start flowing to the complaint address provided above in a while.
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