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  • Email DIY
Intelligent Email Forwarding With Mailgun

My email has always been pretty publically available on my website. It’s good practice, and it makes it easy for people to get in touch with me. However, this created a bit of a problem.

Nick Lafferty
4 min read
  • Email DIY
Getting Started With Mailgun: An Introduction To The Platform

When you first get started with any new software, it can take some time to fully understand the feature set and master the platform-specific tools available. This can be really frustrating.

Chris Hammer
4 min read
  • Email DIY
Inbound Email Routing In PHP

Sending email is certainly the most known feature to Mailgun’s users but Mailgun can do much more than just sending emails and tracking analytics.

Orlando Kalossakas
4 min read
  • For devs
Open Sourcing Our Email Signature Parsing Library

Back in 2011 we had several customers ask us for a high level message parsing API that they could use to strip signatures and quotes from an email like you see below:

Sergey Obukhov
4 min read
  • Email DIY
Agape Charity Finds Easy Way To Forward Email For Volunteers Worldwide

This post was written by Huey Ly. Huey is a software developer living and working in Xi’an China, home of the Terracotta warriors. He is the co-founder & lead developer for whyyu.com, a language learning app to teach English to Chinese children. In his spare time, he helps charitable organizations take advantage of technology to further their mission. He’s also a very brave dancer.

Mailgun Team
3 min read
  • What's new
Weekly Product Update: Easy Testing For Routes Webhooks

Last week we released a much-requested email tracking feature: domain-level webhooks. Continuing on that theme, this week we’ve released another webhook-related feature: easy testing for Routes webhooks.

Mailgun Team
2 min read
  • 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
  • Customer Success
How Kanban2go Fulfills Zawinski’s Law

This customer blog post is written by Damon Cali. Damon is the owner of Ninth Yard, the makers of TrackJumper, a simple web-based bug tracking application. He is also the lead web developer for kanban2go.

Mailgun Team
7 min read
  • Customer Success
How Tealeaf Academy Increased Student Engagement 3x

This post is written by Kevin Wang, Chief Instructor at Tealeaf Academy (Launch School). Tealeaf Academy is an online school for developers, and offers intensive, project based online bootcamps on web development. If you think this post is useful, you should check them out!

Mailgun Team
8 min read
  • For devs
Register For The Webcast: Using Email To Send Push Notifications With Parse And Mailgun

As few months ago, Mailgun announced integration into Parse’s Cloud modules program which allows for easy integration of third-party APIs into Parse apps.

Mailgun Team
2 min read
  • For devs
Python Tutorial: How ImgPage Lets You Upload 25 MB Photos To S3 And Cloud Files With Just An Email

This post is written by Paul Finn. Paul is a Portsmouth, NH-based Python developer, business owner (http://route3software.com/) and beer enthusiast (https://hoppypress.com/beer-art). Follow his blog at http://www.pfinn.net/, his tweets at @paulfinn and his code at https://github.com/pfinn

Mailgun Team
4 min read
  • Email DIY
Tracking Replies In Mailgun (Or Any Other Email Service)

We’ve recently been inundated with questions about how to track which email a recipient has replied to. There are many use cases for needing to do this. You may want to thread a conversation in your App or you may want to measure engagement.

Mailgun Team
2 min read

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