To ensure the performance, reliability, and safety of our system, Nureply maintains several suppression lists. These lists help prevent sending emails to addresses that are likely to cause issues. 

Here’s how addresses might end up on these lists:

  1. Invalid Addresses

    • Addresses with non-existent top-level domains (e.g., “example.con”).
  2. Likely Invalid Addresses

    • Addresses that are likely mistyped (e.g., “”).
  3. Country Code Suppression

    • Addresses from countries where sending certain emails may be inappropriate due to sanctions or specific legislation.
  4. Disposable Addresses

    • Single-use addresses that are likely to reject future emails.
  5. Role Addresses

    • Addresses intended for specific roles (e.g., where the nature of the email is inappropriate.
  6. Email Delivery Failures

    • Addresses that have previously failed delivery due to reasons like non-existent addresses, full mailboxes, or unacceptable content.
  7. Bounce Messages

    • Addresses that have resulted in bounce messages indicating delivery failure.
  8. Feedback Loop Information

    • Addresses reported by mailbox providers as spam or moved to spam folders by recipients.
  9. Opening/Engagement Information

    • Addresses with no engagement over time may be suppressed to maintain sender reputation.
  10. Unsubscribe Requests

    • Addresses from which we’ve received unsubscribe requests, either manually or via unsubscribe links.
  11. Abuse Complaints

    • Addresses from which we’ve received complaints indicating that further emails are not wanted.
  12. Known Spam-Trap Addresses

    • Addresses known to be spam traps, which could harm our sender reputation.
  13. Requests to be Forgotten

    • Addresses from individuals requesting to be forgotten or have their data no longer processed under GDPR or similar regulations.