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  • Email DIY

Tags Explained: Gaining Useful Insights From Email Segmentation

Companies often use the same sending domains or IP addresses to send various types of messages. While this is a really convenient way to send messages, it can be hard to figure out how each discrete message type is performing. This is where the idea of tagging or categorizing your emails comes into play.

Josh Odom
5 min read
  • Best Practices

Can You Guarantee Better Email Deliverability?

Everyone wants better deliverability. It’s a worthy goal. When messages don’t reach inboxes, you’re missing out on an opportunity to connect with customers, plus you’re having to pay to send emails to people who will never see those emails. The thought of your messages bouncing or landing in spam…

Nick Schafer
6 min read
  • What's new

Announcing New Analytics Features To Maximize Your Email Performance

We often emphasize the importance of sending more engaging emails. It helps your emails get delivered, keeps you out of spam folders, boosts open rates and clicks, and makes for happy customers. But without the right reporting tools, it can be pretty hard to tell how engaging your emails really are.

Josh Odom
5 min read
  • Email DIY

Hit Your Target Inbox With Ongage And Mailgun: Ongage Announces New Integration With Mailgun’s V3 API

Today, we are excited to announce that our partnership with Ongage is moving to the next level.

Mailgun Team
1 min read
  • For devs

How Fast Spammers Send

There are several traditional ways to fight SPAM: content checking links checking block lists gibberish e.g. generated signup emails etc

Sergey Obukhov
5 min read
  • What's new

Mailgun Announces Improvements To Logs Feature To Increase Visibility Into Deliverability Problems

Since the launch of Mailgun, our logs feature has become one of the most popular aspects of our platform according to customers because of how valuable it is for troubleshooting delivery issues. Unlike other email service providers that expect you to develop your own retention and search system, we’ve gone to great lengths to engineer a scalable service that allows near real-time visibility into the entire delivery pipeline.

Josh Odom
3 min read
  • What's new

Mailgun Rolls Out Changes To Email Validation API Including New Features And Pricing Model

This was originally announced on June 27, 2017. For current pricing and email validation features, please check our pricing and email validations pages.

Josh Odom
4 min read
  • What's new

Interested In Learning A New Language? Mailgun Is Too!

Despite rapid changes in how users communicate with one another, email has remained the most ubiquitous form of communication on the Internet. Other channels like instant messaging have grown in popularity and usage but ultimately serve to supplement email rather than replace it. This is due to the open standards and extensibility of the SMTP protocol that has allowed for continual advancement while still maintaining backwards compatibility.

Josh Odom
3 min read
  • What's new

Analyze And Optimize Engagement With The New Campaigns

This was originally announced on March 28, 2017. Today we’re excited to introduce our new campaigns feature. Campaigns give developers and product teams the ability to better understand the performance and engagement of the messages that are being sent through Mailgun.

Josh Odom
3 min read
  • What's new

Mailgun Becomes An Independent Company

Originally Published on February 22, 2017. Today, we’re excited to announce that Mailgun has once again become an independent company! Despite this change in ownership, our commitment to building the best email automation service for developers hasn’t changed. From the beginning, our focus has been about putting the developer first and while we will continue to build around this foundation it remains central to our vision for Mailgun.

William Conway
2 min read
  • Security

Domain Verification Changes For New And Existing Domains

Mailgun is making several changes to our domain verification requirements, which will go into effect in two separate phases. This blog post contains a list of steps that you can reference to help you determine if you need to make any changes to your configuration to continue using the service.

Josh Odom
3 min read
  • For devs

Machine Learning For Everyday Tasks

Machine learning is often thought to be too complicated for everyday development tasks. We often associate it with things like big data, data mining, data science, and artificial intelligence. Sometimes it feels something like this:

Sergey Obukhov
5 min read

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