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  • What's new

Opening The Envelope On Mailgun’s New UI

You’re always looking for ways to do your work more efficiently, whether that means faster troubleshooting or simple tools that help you achieve results more easily.

Chris Farmer
7 min read
  • What's new

Announcing Strategic Growth Investment From Thoma Bravo

Today, we are excited to announce that Thoma Bravo has acquired a majority stake in Mailgun, with Turn/River retaining a minority position. We’re thrilled about what this strategic growth investment means for our customers and the platform in general.

William Conway
3 min read
  • What's new

Better Validations For Better Sending

Once upon a time, and by “a time” we mean a few years ago, companies sent emails to their contacts and customers somewhat blindly. To a large extent, they didn’t know if the addresses they had in their databases or forms were correct in syntax or one-time-use email addresses or distribution lists that go to 20 different people. All of which could adversely impact their sending domain’s reputation — essentially, it was chaos.

Michael Kane
5 min read
  • What's new

Spam Traps: What You Should Know

Adam Rollins graduated from Texas State University’s Honors College with a Bachelor’s in Creative Writing. He has worked, since then, for a variety of companies, providing quality blog posts, articles, and e-books on a regular basis.

Adam Rollins
7 min read
  • Best Practices

Emoji In Email and Email Subject Lines – Should You Use It?

Emojis are showing up everywhere; seriously, they’ve got their own holiday to show for it (World emoji day; yes, it’s a thing.) They’re bright, attention-grabbing, and in places where space is limited like a mobile device — they save a ton of room. Naturally, this raises the question of whether or not they make sense to use in your email marketing or digital marketing as a whole.

Ryan Sultemeier
7 min read
  • Best Practices

Email Bounce Rates: Shifting Focus Away From Failure

Oh, the elusive email bounce rate, the bane of email marketers everywhere. Everyone is eager to crack the code of email bounces and say what the ideal rate should be for any given sender. It’s easy to understand why given that you want your emails to land in the inbox and have great deliverability. More bounces mean fewer emails in the inbox, and that leaves just about any sender diving deep into their analytics to figure out what went wrong.

Mailgun Team
4 min read
  • Best Practices

No-Reply Emails: The Brick Wall Of Email Communication

Automated emails – what’s not to love? Email marketing campaigns sent out for customer birthdays, transactional email receipts, and really just about any email campaign you could think of could be automated to streamline any business.

Ashley Rodriguez
4 min read
  • Customer Success

When Transactional Email Preps 4 Million Contracts For E-Signature Every Month

Transactional emails spring people to action – especially when they’re the only thing standing in the way of happy clients and their dream home. For senders like SIGNiX, reliability is critical to successfully process e-signatures on time.

Mailgun Team
2 min read
  • What's new

Simplifying The Complex: The Basics Of Transactional Email Dynamic Content

Dyspatch is an email production platform that helps Enterprise organizations create and change transactional and triggered emails faster.

Mailgun Team
5 min read
  • Best Practices

Google Postmaster Tools: Understanding Sender Reputation

Tracking your sender reputation can feel a lot like tracking Bigfoot. You do your best to key into the clues left out in front of you by the mysterious inbox service providers (ISPs) about your track record, but their true opinions on your sender reputation remain elusive. Thankfully, Google Postmaster Tools can give you some insight.

Cameron Henry
6 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
  • For devs

Delivering HTML Emails With Mailgun-Go

In this tutorial, I will demonstrate how you can send HTML emails with embedded images with mailgun-go. Before we dive into the code, lets first define the problem space and how we can use Mailgun to enhance the user experience of our application.

Derrick Wippler
6 min read

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