This post walks through the process Planet Argon used to create a custom mailer with Ruby and Devise, to welcome the users to the new platform and test that mailer before delivery.
Sending important emails that don't arrive to recipients' inboxes can be really frustrating. You can, however, minimize the risk of this happening by incorporating several handy techniques.
Selenium can be a great tool for testing your email verification process. We describe how to set everything up in a few simple steps.
We have gathered the essential knowledge about preparing, testing, and sending transactional emails in this post. It will be especially important for developers who deal with this type of emails.
Perl has an abundance of options for sending emails. We pick several of them and explain how to send basic emails, as well as how to add attachments.
At first, Outlook may not render your emails just as you would imagine it would. We describe the most common reasons for this, and suggest solutions.
Do you need a dedicated IP? Or should you stick with a shared one? We gauge the benefits of both and suggest which one is the best for you.
We’ve gathered 18 excellent Laravel packages, split them into various categories, and explained why you should use them on your project.
Keeping non-existent, inactive, or mistyped email accounts can unnecessarily fill your contact lists, leading to reduced deliverability and hurting your promotion efforts.
We collect funny stories and pictures related to email testing and sending. Laugh with the Mailtrap team as we refer to situations related to emails!