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Email security and infrastructure: Cloud-based vs. on-premise
You could argue that cloud-based infrastructure is the natural evolution of on-premise software, but that might make some people angry. Whether you think of on-premise...
Sending email using the Mailgun PHP API
It’s been a while since the Mailgun PHP SDK came around, and we’ve seen lots of changes: new functionalities, new integrations built on top, new API endpoints…yet the core of PHP...
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...
Devgun: Creating development environments with Kubernetes
When we first approached the problem of creating local development environments, we reached for common tools like vagrant. But as...
What is single sign-on and how does it work?
Single sign-on is the “one ring to rule them all” of internet security. One ring to find them, one ring to bring them all, and bind the other rings through Identity and Access...
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Domain warm-up and reputation: Stretch before you send
So, you wanted to send out a lot of emails but found that when you did, a lot of them either ended up undelivered or in the spam folder. Think of it like this: When you start working...
How to avoid emails going to spam
No matter how many stars we wish on, some questions will never have simple answers — including email. One of the biggest problems for any email provider is how to avoid emails...
Understanding DKIM: How it works and why it's necessary
Are you who you say you are, or are you a spoofer in disguise? Answering this question is what DKIM is all about. As email usage and capabilities continue to grow, it’s important to...
How to send transactional email in a NodeJS app using the Mailgun API
Sending transactional emails is easy regardless of your tools. If you use a NodeJS helper library, this walkthrough will help you get set up in Mailgun. Read more...