Mailer

January 22 2019 Hudson Atwell

We’re very happy to announce that we’ve added WordPress’s wp_mail() as a carrier service to our email component!

If the additional costs of SparkPost dissuaded you from using our plugin in the past, please consider coming back on board!

Did you know we’re using our plugin + WordPress to send these emails?

For example I’m writing this message in a blog post’s excerpt field which is then used in the generation of an automated email.

Now that wp_mail() has been added as a service we’re no longer bound to using SparkPost and can use whatever SMTP service we’ve connected to WordPress to send our emails!

Click the link below to keep reading about our latest addition. I talk over the drawbacks and perks of using wp_mail() as a service, and also address what to do with high bounce rates.

April 06 2017 Hudson Atwell

A look at what is new inside Inbound Pro 1.8.3.2.4.

March 16 2017 Hudson Atwell

In our latest Inbound Pro release we added support for automatically emailing lead lists when a new post is published. It’s something we’ve naturally wanted to have for awhile and finally got around to building it into our system. In this article I show you exactly how we’ve done it with Inbound Now.

April 12 2016 Hudson Atwell

Mandrill recently announced they were retiring Mandrill as a stand alone service and incorporate it into MailChimp as an add on service.

Mandrill was the ... continue reading

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