Easy DIY for Your Mailgun Account
Written by Elena Aguirre-Guidet
Categories: Email DIY
2 minute read time
When you have an issue that pops up unexpectedly, there’s always a sense of urgency to get it resolved quickly – and somehow the minutes just seem to drag on. You can’t get going fast enough, and you’re reaching for something – anything – that might help you.
Imagine that happening right in the middle of a webinar, where you’ve got people waiting, and the tool you’re using doesn’t want to broadcast your live presentation. That’s exactly what happened to us! We were there, on the receiving end of support, and really appreciated the easy way to troubleshoot
In fact, we loved it so much, that it made sense to make some of our own because they could be really useful to our Mailgun users. To get started, we did a roundup of the most frequently asked questions our support team receives from customers.
Should you ever find yourself in a glass case of emotion like this (we really hope you don’t), keep scrolling because there’s something that can help! In no specific order, here’s what we came up with. You’re welcome. 😉
1. Verifying a domain
This is one of the essentials to getting started with Mailgun, and it helps to do this right away so you can begin building a good reputation from the start. Domain reputation stays with you forever, so that’s why we want to make sure only you can send from your domain.
2. Activate 2FA
That extra layer of security can make all the difference in protecting your account against bad actors. To practice 2FA, you’d have to pick 2 of 3 identifiers: something you know, something you have, or something you are.
3. Adding sending limit to your account
You’ve kind of figured out how much email you’re sending every month, but things happen. We’ve got your back in this case to help you avoid surprises by adding a sending cap. Don’t worry, it’s adjustable. So, if you change your mind and want to send more email 🙂 you can!
4. Submit a support ticket
We want to jump on whatever issue comes up ASAP, so this is a good one to keep in your back pocket. It keeps us all in the loop to get things back on track faster.
5. Upgrading your account
You’re in growth mode and are starting to send more email. Maybe you want to start using dedicated IPs, or just want to hold on to your event logs for a little longer. You can change the plan that’s on your account and get what you need this way.
Putting these GIFs together was actually really addicting, and a good way to explain all the things. If you think these are useful, what other topics would you like to see? Let us know in the comments below!
Modified on: March 13, 2019