Sending large amounts of e-mails through a specially equipped mail server

Transactional email, from €9.95 per month

What is MailFlow?

With MailFlow from Surver it's possible to send large amounts of outgoing e-mails through a specially configured mail server. A must-have for WooCommerce webshops, member sites, applications or when sending newsletters. Think of order confirmations, password reset mails, track & trace updates or marketing related mails.

Frequently Asked Questions

When is MailFlow interesting?

If you regularly send more than 100 emails, or generally 50 emails a day, then our MailFlow services are highly recommended to guarantee delivery, reliability and scalability.

How much faster is my mail at the receiver

With MailFlow, e-mails are guaranteed to be sent within 0.3 seconds. A standard outgoing mail can take up to 45 seconds.

Do my mails end up in the recipient's SPAM folder?

Our mailserver is configured in such a way that the incoming mailserver of the receiving party sees that it concerns legitimate e-mails. The chance that a mail will end up in the spam folder of the recipient is very small.

Do you also take care of the installation?

Yes you are! Once we have set up the outgoing mail server we will send you the login details by email. We will link this to your WordPress website or WooCommerce shop free of charge.

MailFlow options

MailFlow is delivered free of charge from the Starter Managed WooCommerce package. It is also possible to order the service as an add-on to other (Managed) hosting packages.


For starting webshops



Hosting specifications:




Working memory:



Max. 1

Managed specifications:

Managed WooCommerce extras:



Up to 10,000 emails per month



Other rates:

25,000 e-mails

19,95 /month

50,000 emails

39,95 /month

100,000 e-mails

79,95 /month


Do you have a question?

Want to know more about our MailFlow add-on and how this tool makes a difference for your website or webshop?

We are happy to help! Contact us by mail, chat or phone and we'll be happy to explain further.

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