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  • Best Practices

My Email Isn’t Authentic Enough - Misfit Email Series

Recently, I was asked a question; “What if my mail isn’t authentic enough?” Today, I’ll walk through potential problems and solutions of improper email authentication, so pull up a chair and get comfy.

Levi Trejo
8 min read
  • What's new

Spooky Sending - Halloween 2019

Halloween is here again to fright and delight everyone from the marketer to the developer.

Natalie Hays
2 min read
  • What's new

Mailgun Acquires Mailjet: Two Brands Working Together to Build Better Email

I am thrilled to announce today that Mailgun has acquired Mailjet. In this acquisition, we’ll be enhancing both product offerings to better serve developers and marketers alike on a global basis.

William Conway
3 min read
  • Quick tips

Quick Tips to Getting Started with Mailgun

We’ve all been where you’re sitting right now. You’ve just finished signing up for Mailgun, the activation email is on its way to your inbox, and you’re poring over our documentation to get a better understanding of how to build the perfect scripts for sending.

Jaik Yanez
6 min read
  • Security

Common Phishing Email Warning Signs

In case you need a refresher, phishing emails are emails that spoof legitimate businesses to gain your personal information. These emails lead to a landing page that asks you to input your personal data like your login or social security number, thus collecting your info.

Mailgun Team
4 min read
  • What's new

Where is my email going? Introducing Inbox Placement

At a high level, Inbox Placement provides insight into where your emails land within the mailbox for a variety of mailbox providers – whether it’s the inbox, spam folder, or a specific tab.

Jorge Miramontes
5 min read
  • What's new

Mailgun Is Now Part Of GitHub’s Student Developer Pack

We’re proud to announce that Mailgun is now part of GitHub’s Student Developer Pack. Mailgun is committed to being the email service for developers, and now student developers have more free emails to use for their class projects, side hustles, or building that cat facts email newsletter they always dreamed of. After signing up through GitHub, current students will be able to send 20,000 free emails each month for 12 months.

Nick Lafferty
2 min read
  • For devs

Gubernator: Cloud-native distributed rate limiting for microservices

Today, Mailgun is excited to opensource Gubernator, a high performance distributed rate-limiting microservice. What does Gubernator do? Great question.

Derrick Wippler
12 min read
  • Email DIY

Build Laravel 5.7 Email Authentication With Mailgun And Digital Ocean

The newly released Laravel version 5.7 adds a new capability to verify user’s emails. If you’ve ever run php artisan make:auth within a Laravel app you’ll know the feeling of pleasure and excitement when you see all of your register and login pages,

Mailgun Team
5 min read
  • Security

Internet Security – Defending Against Spam

Did you know that an overwhelming majority of the email going around the interwebs each day is spam? You may ask yourself, “Why do people spam?” The short answer is, it’s lucrative.

Nick Schafer
9 min read
  • For devs

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
  • For devs

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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