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Packages & Pricing

৳25,000

Plan A 

5,00,000 Email Credits 

Billing Cycle: 3 Months 

Real IPs: 3 

৳60,000

Plan C 

20,00,000 Email Credits 

Billing Cycle: 3 Months 

Real IPs: 12 

৳35,000

Plan A+ 

5,00,000 Email Credits 

Billing Cycle: 12 Months 

Real IPs: 3 

৳80,000

Plan C+ 

20,00,000 Email Credits 

Billing Cycle: 12 Months 

Real IPs: 12 

৳40,000

Plan B 

10,00,000 Email Credits 

Billing Cycle: 3 Months 

Real IPs: 6 

৳75,000

Plan D 

30,00,000 Email Credits 

Billing Cycle: 3 Months 

Real IPs: 18 

৳50,000

Plan B+ 

10,00,000 Email Credits 

Billing Cycle: 12 Months 

Real IPs: 6 

৳110,000

Plan D+ 

30,00,000 Email Credits 

Billing Cycle: 12 Months 

Real IPs: 18 

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FAQ's

Q. Why should you use your own domain to track the links in your emails?

1. With proper SPF, DKIM, and a Tracking domain setup, your email headers and links will be completely “white labeled”. The recipient will not see any mention of bitBirds Email in your emails.
2. All the visible components of your emails such as the “View On The Web” and “Unsubscribe” tracking page URLs will use your domain and not bitBirds Emails.
3. Using your own domain for points 1 and 2 mean that you can easily build your own sender reputation. Our default tracking domains are shared among many customers. Your email delivery could be affected by other senders using the shared tracking domain.
So, using your own domain will help you build your own sender reputation which can result in better overall delivery of your emails. The white labeled emails also give your recipients confidence that they are in fact receiving the email from you and not someone pretending to be you.
4. bitBirds Email’s reputation monitoring guide system that is built into your account will automatically add 5 points to your score if you have this setup. While account reputation system is meant to be a guide only, this will add 5 points to it and help you maintain the 5-star rating.
5. It is easy to setup. Similar to setting up SPF and DKIM, you will need to make an entry in your domain’s DNS Settings. If your domain, for example, was example.com then you could set up a tracking domain such as email.example.com or tracking.example.com. Once you have decided on a prefix you will need to add a new CNAME record to your domain’s DNS settings for your chosen domain to point to tracking.bitbirds.com. By default, our system will look for “tracking” or “email”. If you have decided to use something else, just contact our support staff to have them manually verify your record.

Q. What is a "Verified Sender Domain" ?

A verified sender domain is a domain that has given bitBirds Elastic Email permission to send email from your domain. This means that the emails are being sent by bitBirds Elastic Email servers, but the emails are using your domain as the “From” address.

Q. Why is it a good idea to verify your sending domain ?

Recipient ISPs need to verify that the domain has given permission for Bitbirds Elastic servers to use it. They can verify this by looking up certain records in your domain’s DNS.

Q. What does DNS mean? Can anything be a domain?

DNS stand for Domain Name System. Each Hosted Domain can be looked up by a server by its domain or corresponding IP address. Each domain has its own settings. Nearly anything can be a domain, for example: bitbirds.biz could be a domain.

Q. What is a TXT record?

This is a short form which means “text record” and can be nearly any form of text.

Q. Where do I start, where do I go to fill in the correct form for this? What will I see?

First, you will go to where your domain is hosted (ie. GoDaddy, Dreamhost, Hostgator, bitBirds etc), there will be an option there to adjust your DNS settings. You will see several fields of information to fill. The most common are SPF, DKIM.

Q. What are SPF Records? What are they for?

SPF stands for “Sender Policy Framework”. An SPF record is in place to identify which mail servers are authorized to send mail for a given domain. It is used to prevent spammers from sending mail with fraudulent From addresses at that domain.

Though many DNS editors allow for the creation of an SPF record, it is recommended that the SPF record is entered as a TXT record.
If you are creating the SPF record you will likely see a form with at least two fields,
they are: “Host” or “Name” and “Value”.
Here is what you enter under those fields:
Host/Name: @ (yes you put the @ symbol here under the host or name category)
Value: v=spf1 a mx include:elasticmail.bitbirds.com ~all

Q. What are DKIM records? What are they for?

DKIM stands for “DomainKeys Identified Mail”. They allow receiving servers to confirm that mail coming from a domain is authorized by the domain’s administrators

This record also needs to be entered as a TXT record, you will see at least two fields,
they are: “Host” or “Name” and “Value”.
Here is what you enter in those fields:
Host/Name: api._domainkey
Value:k=rsa;t=s;p=MIGfMA0GCSqGSIb3DQEBAQUAA4GNADCBiQKBgQCbmGbQMzYeMvxwtNQoXN0waGYaciuKx8mtMh5czguT4EZlJXuCt6V+l56mmt3t68FEX5JJ0q4ijG71BGoFRkl87uJi7LrQt1ZZmZCvrEII0YO4mp8sDLXC8g1aUAoi8TJgxq2MJqCaMyj5kAm3Fdy2tzftPCV/lbdiJqmBnWKjtwIDAQAB
(Yes, it really is this long list of numbers and letters, make sure you copy and paste correctly)

Q. Once I've entered those records in my DNS settings, what do I do next?

Once those records have been added to your domain’s DNS settings, visit your bitBirds Elastic account’s Settings screen. Green Check marks mean that the domain records are valid and you can now send email from “[email protected]”.

Q. What if the domain is set as the "Default"?

It is good practice to have a default verified sender domain. Our system will use the default verified sender domain if a non-verified domain is used for the email for the account. This is particularly important if sub-accounts are using the main account sender domain or resellers want notification emails to send using their domain.

Q. What is a Tracking Domain?

If tracking is enabled for your account, then our system re-writes links in the emails. Any link will first direct the user through “tracking.bitbirds.com”.
So, for an instant, while the link is rerouted to its original destination the URL will show “tracking.bitbirds.com”.
We offer the ability to “whitelabel” this URL with your own domain. In your domain’s DNS settings create a new CNAME record:
Host/Name: tracking
Value: tracking.bitbirds.com

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