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The best way is to get the Estimated Delivery Date (EDD) from couriers and pass it to Klaviyo via API.If you want to do this easily, you can use a service like WeSupply Estimated Delivery Date that already integrates with most of the couriers and has a direct integration with Klaviyo, so no need for development.
We had the same issues with emails not being sent, and we managed to solve the problem by setting a Dedicated Sending Domain. Once we did that the open rates almost doubled and the emails bounce rate decreased significantly. LE: An important step that we took seriously is the sending “Warm Up” process, once we changed to our dedicated sending domain we avoided sending newsletters for about 1 month and only used the klaviyo emails triggered by Flows, so the daily volume would be lower and to relevant prospects. We followed the official Klavio email Warmup guide here, and also some of the tips presented in this Klavio send a test email guide. regards, D.
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