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What is Maildown?

A command line interface that lets you send emails using Amazon AWS SES with a minimum of fuss. It supports Markdown syntax out of the box, meaning that you can just send Markdown files as emails with no additional effort.
Maildown is a tool in the Open Source Email Templates category of a tech stack.
Maildown is an open source tool with 583 GitHub stars and 27 GitHub forks. Here’s a link to Maildown's open source repository on GitHub

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MailChimp Email Blueprints
Email Blueprints is a collection of HTML email templates that can serve as a solid foundation and starting point for the design of emails. They include template language elements that make them customizable when imported into a MailChimp account, as well as merge tags that will generate dynamic content when sent through MailChimp. Not a MailChimp user? You can sign up free or simply strip out merge tags and use these templates to send through any system.
Mailgun Transactional HTML Email Templates
Transactional HTML emails often get neglected. Styling HTML email is painful. Tables, inline CSS, unsupported CSS, desktop clients, web clients, mobile clients, various devices, various providers. We’ve tried to remove some of the pain for you and open-sourced a collection of common templates for transactional email.
Zurb Ink
Ink is a responsive email framework, used to make HTML emails look great on any client or device. It includes a 12-column grid, as well as some simple UI elements for rapid prototyping.
Sendwithus Open Source Email Templates
The sendwithus Open Source Template Project is a collection of free email templates created and managed by the sendwithus team and community. Anyone may contribute new themes and templates, or make impactful updates to the existing ones.
A Node.js package that generates clean, responsive HTML e-mails for sending transactional mail.
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