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Why Automated Transactional Emails Are Critical To Your Growth

Written and contributed by Howard Lo, Founder of Rabbut.com, an email collection app for blogs and businesses built on Mailgun. You can learn more at Rabbut’s blog.

Mailgun Team
4 min read
  • Email DIY

Migrating From The Heroku Mandrill Add-On To The Mailgun Add-On

This post was originally published on February 29, 2016. With Mandrill announcing that the Heroku add-on is no longer going to be available after April 25th, many developers are looking for an alternative solution that they can continue using from the Heroku Marketplace.

Josh Odom
3 min read
  • Email DIY

How To View Your Messages With Mailgun

Recently, we began to receive a lot of requests from customers to have access to the content of their messages. Internally, we store messages for 3 days for scheduled sends, troubleshooting and compliance verification. We’re happy to announce that we have exposed this feature in our events API!

Mailgun Team
2 min read
  • Email DIY

Migrating From Mandrill To Mailgun

Mailchimp has recently decided to retire their standalone Mandrill product and fuse their transactional business with their larger Mailchimp product. Due to this we’ve received an influx of questions on what Mailgun has to offer, what pricing looks like, and how to transition. This blog post seeks to address those questions.

Mailgun Team
4 min read
  • What's new

Easily Integrate Forms Into Your App With Mailgun And Form.Io

We’re excited to announce the integration of Mailgun with Form.io, an open‐source combined FORM and API creation and management platform designed specifically for application developers. Form.io embeds FORMS directly into distributed front-end and mobile applications with a single line of HTML code, while at the same time updating all API interfaces into legacy and 3rd-party systems in real-time.

Mailgun Team
1 min read
  • Email DIY

Reliable Linux Server Alerts With Mailgun

This post was written and contributed by Major Hayden, Principal Architect at Rackspace. Today’s multi-cloud world allows for lots of flexibility, but infrastructure sprawl creates serious challenges for email delivery. Mailgun customers already know how it can help them send critical business emails, such as receipts, newsletters, and promotions. What about all of those other emails that servers need to send when something goes wrong?

Mailgun Team
3 min read
  • Security

Security Guide: How To Protect Your Infrastructure Against The Basic Attacker

Running your infrastructure in a secure configuration is a daunting task even for security professionals. This guide provides practical advice to help engineers build up infrastructure following security best practices so that they can confidently deploy their services to the public Internet and lower their chances of being compromised. This guide specifically targets Linux based systems; however, the best practices apply to all computer systems.

Mailgun Team
35 min read
  • What's new

Multi User Access Now Available For Mailgun Customers

This was originally announced on December 28, 2015. We didn’t want to close up 2015 without releasing one more feature for our customers. We’re pleased to announce Multi-User Access where users can now create multiple users for one account.

Mailgun Team
1 min read
  • Security

Outgoing Message Security Settings Now Available In The Control Panel

This was announced on December 2, 2015. Before the birth of the modern Internet, e-mail was primarily used for exchanging messages across private networks where there was minimal risk of interception. As the use of e-mail proliferated for business and e-commerce purposes, mail delivery continued to rely on protocols that were not designed with information security concerns in mind. Over time, techniques were developed and adopted to improve the security of e-mail as it traveled across the Internet.

Josh Odom
3 min read
  • Email DIY

List Subscription Feature For WordPress Now Available

The Mailgun WordPress plugin has always been a simple way to add outbound email support to your WordPress server simply, easily and affordably without the hassle or risks of running your own SMTP service. We’ve recently enhanced the plugin by adding support for Mailgun List subscription to your WordPress posts, pages, and widgets.

Mailgun Team
4 min read
  • Email DIY

Easily Send Email From Your Mobile App Using Appery.Io And Mailgun

Many developers using the cloud-based mobile app platform, Appery.io, send e-mails from their apps for registration, confirmation, and everything else. To make it simple to use the Mailgun API in Appery.io, we’ve introduced a Mailgun plug-in in Appery.io.

Mailgun Team
7 min read
  • Best Practices

Get Your Email In Check For The Holidays

As the holidays approach, we see the volume of sending increase for some of our customers. Whether for order confirmation emails or marketing emails, it could be detrimental to a business if recipients do not receive their emails – and it does happen. In fact, 17% of email marketing campaigns fail to reach consumers.

Mailgun Team
3 min read

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