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  • Security
FML, I Didn’t Send That! What To Do If Spam Gets Sent From Your Account

There are only a couple things worse than mall shopping on Christmas Eve. Your holiday party getting crashed by really bad guys Your account getting compromised by a malicious spammer For number 1, there’s Bruce Willis.

Ashley Rodriguez
3 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
Which SMTP Port Should I Use? Understanding Ports 25, 465, & 587

It’s a common question that we receive here at Mailgun. To ensure connectivity to our Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP) endpoint, Mailgun offers multiple SMTP port options,

Mailgun Team
7 min read
  • For devs
How To Quickly Bake Mailgun With PHP

When I started coding, I remember debating whether I would want to learn ASP.NET vs PHP. I read thousands of bulletin boards on threads about each language to help me make my decision.

Orlando Kalossakas
4 min read
  • For devs
How Connection Pooling Helped Us Cut Delivery Time In Half, Offer Opportunistic TLS

This post was written by Russell Jones, a software developer at Mailgun responsible for open-sourcing our mime-parsing library flanker. Today he’s going to blog about how we optimized outbound connections and reduced sending time while implementing opportunistic TLS. The same technique can be used to optimize everything from web crawling to high-throughput external APIs, but we’ll discuss SMTP as an example.

Mailgun Team
4 min read
  • What's new
The PHP SDK: The First Of Many Official Mailgun SDKs

Today, we’re happy to announce that for PHP developers, it’s even easier to send messages with Mailgun! Over the past few weeks, we’ve been busy working on SDKs for the Mailgun API. The SDK allows you to easily interact with our API by yanking all the boiler plate code necessary to interact with an HTTP web service. Today, we’re releasing the PHP version of the SDK. Additional languages will follow soon.

Mailgun Team
3 min read
  • What's new
Weekly Product Update: Mailgun Default SMTP Config For Rackspace Managed Cloud Plus Better Search On Docs

Happy Friday everyone. We’ve got two updates to share with you today. First, we’re happy to announce that Mailgun is now the default SMTP config for all Rackspace Managed Cloud customers.

Mailgun Team
2 min read

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