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
Mailcatcher can be used to test your emails before they’re sent to real users. Let's see how it works and what are the available alternatives.
You can send emails from Windows PowerShell using the Send-MailMessage cmdlet, EASendMail component, and System.Net.Mail API. Check out these options in detail.
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.
MailHog is a fake SMTP server for testing the email sending of web apps. Find out how to set it up and use it, as well as the best alternatives to MailHog.
Magento lets you send many types of emails but there are also limitations. Luckily, with a bit of code, these can be easily overcome. Let’s see how!