Last month we mentioned that, we are working on integration of Mandrill SMTP with Sendy, in order to give you one more choice of sending emails through different SMTP. No doubt, Sendy has great integration with Amazon SES, but, now we also support using Mandrill SMTP with our hosted version of Sendy.
Officially, this month we have started support for Sendy with Mandrill. Now you can use your hosted Sendy with your Mandrill SMTP account too and make the email marketing breeze for your subscribers.
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Now when you register with us and order a plan, you get choice to select which SMTP would you like to configure with your hosted Sendy? Amazon SES or Mandrill?
EasySendy support complete integration of Sendy with Mandrill. This means you get all open, click, bounce, unsubscribe, complaint reports inside Sendy reports only. For this to happen, we need to add webhook inside your Mandrill SMTP inorder to make Sendy communicate with Mandrill seamlessly.
Why Use Mandrill SMTP with Sendy?
- Some email marketers believe to get high email deliveries using Mandrill SMTP.
- Mandrill dashboard give more reports and analysis.
- Mandrill support storing of emails to their server.
With all these information, about Emails sending speed and Mandrill, take your email marketing to next level and keep growing your business.
Ankit Prakash is principal founder of EasySendy and Aritic. Ankit is a passionate and determined entrepreneur; building successful Internet product since 2006.
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