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Go-to for email
April 06, 2014 06:22
This is by far the best way to send emails. I learned the API in under 15 minutes and started sending email right then. And best of all, it's completely free to use them for me! They give you 12,000 emails/month for free. I don't have to send much email, so I've never paid a cent. I highly recommend them.
Very easy setup, great free plan
April 06, 2014 14:16
Very easy to setup, support was helpful, too. The free plan is great for starting out. Used it in conjunction with my cloud hosting on DigitalOcean and had no trouble getting it all setup. Still not doing high volume yet, but so far pleased.
We have add-on for Agile Toolkit that implements "Outbox" for your application through Mandrill API.
We use Mandrill to send transactional emails and newsletters. We've just moved from SendGrid as Mandrill has far better support for templates and also integrates really nicely with MailChimp where we can design the emails.
MailChimp integration. When we move off of MailChimp entirely, it’ll be nice and smooth. We can keep our metrics, lists, templates. None of that is particularly difficult to grab, but makes the choice here clearer. Also, I think you get some cool discounts if you use Mandrill.
Mandrill helps me to send emails to clients fastly, also is trackable, that's cool.
We started off with AWS SES, but found it to be lacking in diagnostics and reporting. Mandrill is a quantum leap forward in this regard. Has some other really neat features carried over from MailChimp (templating).
Sending welcome emails, chasing potential customers, providing customers with help, password reset emails, etc.
One of core features is alerting users of new reviews, and we send a surprising large number of emails each month. Sendgrid ensures they make it to our customer's inbox.
Every app needs email, even the ones we build regularly send some kind, be it signup, reset passwords or general announcements, it's all gotta come from somewhere. SendGrid have been a very reliable platform in the past, and we've had no issues so far.
5 years experience using Sendgrid for sending application-wide and user-centric emails.
All of our external emails are sent using SendGrid. SendGrid's statistics dashboards help us figure out whether our emails are reaching people, and how much attention is paid to them.
Opstax uses SendGrid to help improve poor mail deliver-ability caused by the elastic nature of the cloud.
All our transactional emails go via Sendgrid, so account created, test started, test finished etc.
Serviço para envio de email de modo transacional garantindo o envio e o monitoramento do uso
All my personal e-mail (inbound and outbound, personal, transactional and mailing lists) goes through mailgun.
This gives me full control, especially about e-mail addresses: I assign different inbound e-mail addresses for different contacts, so that I can filter SPAM by just blocking the e-mail addresses that leaked out.