We’ve already made a few minor updates based on feedback and additional real-world use, so make sure to grab the latest version. Check out the wiki for more details, including a migration guide for moving from 1.x to 2.x.
You can now for search for a template from the UI. No more sifting through pages and pages of templates to find what you’re looking for!
You can now receive notifications through our Slack app each time we add or update an incident on our status page. Check out our github page for more details.
Today we released an update to the Postmark iOS app! This release includes:
Today we released some layout updates to our template pages. This first update focuses solely on quick wins at making it easier to manage more templates with longer naming conventions. It also sets the stage for our next updates in the pipeline like template searching and aliases.
Keep an eye out for phase 2 and 3 changes in the coming weeks!
We’ve made tons of design improvements in the Postmark app over the past few months. From a new activity feed, to a better DNS Settings page, all the way through a redesign of our webhook pages, we set out to understand exactly what you need to do on those pages and flows, and design the best possible experience for those needs.
Today, that philosophy gets extended to one of the most-used pages in the Postmark app: the Servers page. You’ve been asking us for a while to add features like search and better sorting options to that page, and today we’re happy to give you that, and much more.
This release includes support for our new metadata feature. You may now include metadata with your outbound messages, and Postmark will include that data in webhook payloads, message details, and message searches. See the full release announcement here.
This release also enables you to specify the BaseURL for each API request, making testing with Guzzle a lot easier.
Finally, you can now enable, or disable SMTP API Error Webhooks for Servers using the Admin Client.
As always, we hope this release helps you get even more value from Postmark, and please feel free to contact us if you have any questions or requests!
Our Swiftmailer Transport for Postmark has been updated with some minor enhancements, and it also now works with SwiftMailer 6.
This release of the official .net client for Postmark includes the addition of the Domains APIs, support for our new custom metadata feature, as well as the “EnableSMTPErrorHook” property to the the Create and Edit Server endpoint methods.
You can now add custom metadata to your emails, and we'll pass that same data back to your system through our webhooks.
We just finished work on a series of small updates to the app that work together to help you pick the pricing plan that's right for you, and make the whole "paying for Postmark" thing a lot more pleasant. Below is an overview of the changes.
Instead of a gauge that shows that you're "in the red" as soon as you hit your monthly limit, we now have a much better indicator with three states:
This will clear up a lot of the confusion about where you're at with your usage.
We've improved the messaging we show when it would be beneficial to you to upgrade.
Our billing emails used to be text, and they're now beautiful HTML templates. We now also tell you if you can save money by upgrading to the next plan.
New users will now see the pricing calculator in the app, so they don't have to leave the app and go to the marketing site to do the calculation.
Repeat config option
To continuously check an email address, add the repeat option to the config object. repeat accepts any number above 5000 milliseconds. We recommend using it sparingly for workflows crucial to email such as account activation or password reset pages.
Check out Rebound’s API docs for more details.
We're constantly improving Postmark and taking care of small issues and annoyances that we find (or you send us!). We wanted to start telling you about these fixes, so from now on we'll update you every few months about the bug fixes and other small tasks we take care of in between our larger feature projects.
Here's a brief overview of all the bug fixes and small changes we completed in April and May of this year:
Email is a critical component of most web applications, and we know how important it is to have tools to investigate and resolve any delivery issues quickly. The Postmark iOS app allows you to take our powerful email monitoring and troubleshooting tools with you wherever you go.
We now disable all the third-party scripts that collect data about users visiting our website if the user has Do Not Track enabled. This includes analytics and A/B testing services, as well as less obvious data collectors like live chat.
Rebound prompts your customers to update their email address if an email you sent them hard bounced.
You can now add multiple webhook URLs for a server and choose which events you’d like to send to each specified URL.
This one has been a long time coming… Today we’re happy to announce that you can now — yes, finally — perform searches on the sender signatures page. No more going all the way to page 594 (yes, some accounts really have that many sender signatures!) to find that one elusive one you’re looking for.
Send Bounce notification messages from Postmark to a Slack channel of your choice. Each notification also provides a direct link to the Message Details page so that you can investigate further.
Postmark now offers monthly plans instead of credits, and the new plans will likely save you money. More importantly, if the new pricing doesn’t save you money, nothing changes.You’re grandfathered. You can continue using credits, and your pricing doesn’t change a bit unless you want it to.
We release a simplified DNS Settings page to make it easier to ensure great delivery for your email. But we didn’t stop there — we also made some backend changes to streamline how we authenticate domains for email sending. Let’s go through some of those changes.
Hot off the heels of releasing advanced user roles and permissions, today we’re giving you a way to add extra security to your account by enabling two-factor authentication (2FA).
For the longest time we’ve only had two types of accounts: a single Account Owner, and separate Viewers. Viewers are only able to view reports, email activity, and receive email digests for the servers they are assigned to. So, today, we’re adding two new roles to Postmark: Account Admins and Server Admins.
You can now add emoji to your Postmark subject lines, and they’ll render correctly in your favorite email clients. Of course, emoji are already supported in the message body, so there are no changes there.
We released some significant updates to the activity feed to increase information density and clarity, upgrade the filtering experience, and add the ability to export the activity feed to a CSV.
We’ve really expanded our documentation. More guides, help docs, blog posts, open source projects, and developer docs. Unfortunately, that proliferation led to fragmentation. So we set aside time to unify all of our documentation into a single home and make it all searchable.
We decided to take our DMARC reports a step further. Instead of just showing you synthesized DMARC information, we now include helpful tips on how to address each of the possible issues you might see on the IP addresses that are sending on your behalf.
Postmark can now notify your application of delivery events via webhooks so you can do a variety of things like feed delivery events into an internal system, provide delivery even notifications to your customers, or aggregate delivery even data to see patterns and respond accordingly.