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  • For devs

Building An SMS-To-Email Gateway

Our friends over at Plivo posted recently about a really cool SMS-to-Email Gateway that they built and we wanted to share. We’ve seen our customers hacking together these types of SMS

Mailgun Team
1 min read
  • What's new

Weekly Product Update: Improved Notifications For Email Limits

Mailgun lets you send millions of emails per month, but for a lot of developers building the next world-dominating app, that’s a few too many to start.

Mailgun Team
4 min read
  • For devs

Demo: Meteor-Based Emailer With Geolocation And UA Tracking

In January we announced that we had partnered up with Meteor to power the email back-end that comes with the Meteor platform. To see an example, check out this event registration form we blogged about recently, but today we want to demo another example of Meteor+Mailgun integration.

Mailgun Team
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  • What's new

Weekly Product Update: Better Handling Of Non-ASCII Characters In Routes

This week, we’ve rolled out an enhancement, ok, we’ve fixed a bug, in our email parsing API, which is part of our incoming email handling system called Routes.

Mailgun Team
4 min read
  • Best Practices

Closing The Loop Between Your Customer Data And Your Email Data

One of the latest tech buzz phrases is “big data”. Once you put something on the internet you will (hopefully) have plenty of data to choose from – the hard part is tying data from disparate sources all together into actionable insights. This is what “big data” is supposed to help with…I think.

Mailgun Team
8 min read
  • Email DIY

Building A Data-Driven Approach To Keeping User’s Emails Up-To-Date

This blog was written by Roy Young. Roy a Ruby developer honing his skills at Tealeaf Academy. Ah, the “users” table.

Mailgun Team
8 min read
  • Email DIY

Native Mailgun Integration Lets Meteor Apps Send Email For Free

We’ve been big fans of Meteor since they launched because it was clear they shared our passion for making developers lives’ easier.

Mailgun Team
5 min read
  • Customer Success

How Userfox Sends & Tracks Emails In Their Ruby App Using The Mailgun API

Today’s post is written by Peter Clark, CEO of userfox, an awesome new startup that is changing the way businesses communicate with their customers via email. They just launched a few weeks ago as you may have seen on Hacker News

Mailgun Team
5 min read
  • Email DIY

Mailgun Campaign Analytics: Taking Analytics Beyond Bulk Email

UPDATE: We’ve made some meaty, awesome changes to analytics, and this post is pretty useless. But we’ve kept it up because we believe in iteration and showing off our humble beginnings. Here’s a more relevant post about Mailgun’s new and improved analytics.

Mailgun Team
3 min read
  • Best Practices

Page Views Vs Engagement

With the proliferation of social networks and online market places, the importance of true email integration has become more apparent. This was originally posted in 2011.

Mailgun Team
2 min read
  • For devs

Zero Inbox Notes

I recently read a post by Fred Wilson about email pain. The pain being that there are too many emails to read them all and respond if appropriate.

Mailgun Team
3 min read
  • Customer Success

How Zapier Uses Mailgun To Send Emails

We hosted a Google Hangout yesterday featuring Mailgun customer, Zapier. In this hangout, Joe Stych from Zapier, showcased how they use Mailgun to send both their transactional and marketing emails as well as covered some email best practices they abide by.

Mailgun Team
2 min read

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