Finding a good tool for sending transactional emails isn’t hard at all. But how do you pick the right one from the abundance of options? Let’s see!
Amazon SES and SendGrid are some of the most frequently picked tools for sending emails. We compare both and suggest which will be best for your needs.
Gmail SMTP is the most famous free SMTP server. But it’s not always a go. Check out the best free cloud-based SMTP services you can use for your project
Email sending made simple: these words are about Amazon SES. If you need to decide quickly if it matches your needs and you don’t necessarily want to study Amazon SES documentation for hours - read this post.
Knowing the needs of your customers is half of success. Offering them what they need - is another half. Personalizing emails is an easy but effective way to improve your clients’ experience and increase your profits. The best methods and approaches to sending individual emails, which your customers really need, are collected in this post.
Sending HTML emails with Gmail isn’t as obvious as it might seem. We describe how to do it and give tips on building some great HTML templates in no time.
Transactional emails are an inseparable part of any customer experience, for a reason! Learn what they’re used for and how to make yours better in no time.
SMTP authentication protects your mail server from unauthorized use. Learn more about SASL mechanisms, ports, and errors associated with SMTP AUTH
SMTP by its nature is not secured in any way, surprisingly. Luckily there are ways to keep your emails safe with no or little effort.
SMTP clients and servers use textual commands and numerical codes to talk to each other. See the full list of them, as well as examples of SMTP sessions