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Introducing The Mailgun Module For Drupal

This post was contributed by Jeffrey Chen at Peano Inc. One thing Mailgun and Drupal have in common is that they’re both developer-centric services, making it extremely easy to extend and build on top of their structure and APIs.

Mailgun Team
2 min read
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Lemmacmd: Simple File Encryption Tool

Occasionally we all find the need to encrypt files as part of our job. The need to encrypt files comes up for a variety of reasons: the need to commit sensitive information into a repository, the need to transfer information over an insecure medium, or the need to leave something on disk that requires stronger access controls than the operating system provides.

Mailgun Team
2 min read
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Building HTML Email And Workflow Tips

We hosted a Google Hangout yesterday featuring our Lead Digital Product Designer, Lee Munroe. In this hangout, Lee took a deep dive into building HTML templates by first taking a step back to look at the state of HTML email as it stands today

Mailgun Team
4 min read
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Introducing A Cross-Platform Debugger For Go

We use Go for a lot of our server development here at Mailgun, and it’s great. Coming from Python, though, there is one thing I really missed:

Mailgun Team
5 min read
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Mailing List Subscription And Post Notification Plugin For WordPress

This is a guest post contributed by Mailgun customer, Ian Smith, CEO of FedSmith Inc, a free news website for the federal workforce.

Mailgun Team
5 min read
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Mailgun Hack Day: Making Our API Documentation Smarter

Each month our team has the opportunity to hack on whatever it is we want to hack on. A fun way to learn something new, collaborate with different team members or just tidy up something that has been bugging us.

Mailgun Team
2 min read
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How To Quickly Bake Mailgun With PHP

When I started coding, I remember debating whether I would want to learn ASP.NET vs PHP. I read thousands of bulletin boards on threads about each language to help me make my decision.

Orlando Kalossakas
4 min read
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How We Moved Our Engineering Blog From WordPress To Ghost

This was posted on September 24, 2014. At Mailgun we recently migrated our blog from WordPress to Ghost. We really like the simplicity, writing experience and speed that Ghost offers.

Mailgun Team
4 min read
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Ghost And Mailgun Integration Made Easier

Meet Ghost Ghost is a project conceptualized by John O’Nolan and Hannah Wolfe to reboot the experience behind writing content on the web. It is a blogging platform focused on making writing pleasurable

Mailgun Team
4 min read
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Designing HTML Email Templates For Transactional Emails

We’ve added a new template feature to our UI, you can read more about it in this post.

Mailgun Team
4 min read
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How To Send Transactional Email In A NodeJS App Using The Mailgun API

Sending transactional emails nowadays is very important for establishing a healthy customer base. Not only you can get powerful re-engagement based on triggers, actions, and patterns you can also communicate important information and most importantly, automatically between your platform and a customer.

Orlando Kalossakas
4 min read
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Open Sourcing Our Email Signature Parsing Library

Back in 2011 we had several customers ask us for a high level message parsing API that they could use to strip signatures and quotes from an email like you see below:

Sergey Obukhov
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