What are the differences between dedicated and shared IPs for email, and how do you decide which one is right for you? We’ve got answers.
A comprehensive guide to all things SMTP: what it is, how it works, plus the pros and cons of setting up your own SMTP server.
Domain reputation is your most valuable asset in email deliverability. By starting off right, you can quickly grow a reputation that will help safeguard your deliverability wherever you go.
You’ve probably got the basics down, but you may be missing out on some of the more advanced best practices without even knowing it.
A good domain reputation increases the deliverability of your emails. This guide discusses what influences domain reputation and what can be done to maintain or improve it.
There are several ways to configure email so you can send on behalf of your customers. This guide explains the pros and cons of each approach.
Transactional email is a critical piece of your infrastructure, and choosing the right one isn't trivial. These considerations can help with the decision.
DMARC gives you full control of email delivery for your company’s domain. This guide shows you how it works and how to set it up.
DKIM is an email security standard designed to make sure messages weren’t altered in transit between the sending and recipient servers.
Learn how to process and proactively handle undeliverable emails and mitigate support requests for delivery issues.
When messages aren't reaching the inbox troubleshooting can be overwhelming. We want to share five areas you can check to fix your delivery problems.
Sender Policy Framework lets domain owners tell the world which servers can send email on their behalf. Here’s how it works.