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✉️ which transactional email delivery service are you using and/or would you suggest?


2000+d streak on GitHub
Maker of WIP amongst other things.

I use SendGrid. You can get ~$10,000 in credits through WIP deals.

I chose it for pricing, deliverability, and customer support.

We have it integrated into the WIP codebase. So any email we want to be set requires us to code it up first is. If you need automation you could look at something like Intercom which we use for BetaList. It saves you a lot of coding, but is quite expensive.

Userlist seems like a more affordable alternative. There's a quite a bunch of similar software out there.

I'm doing side projects by night. Currently doing a web application to create job boards. I'm CTO at a rather big French dating application.

I use Sendgrid too for RoleUp. It's highly flexible (I have applied to the deal 🤞)

Self-taught web dev, created IndieLog.com, backlogs.co and fomo.so

I use Mailgun. But how could I miss the WIP deal for SendGrid😂

Maker of WIP amongst other things.

We only added it like a week ago :)

Self-taught web dev, created IndieLog.com, backlogs.co and fomo.so

I will make sure my next project will not miss this great deal 😄

Maker of things on the internet

I've used Mailgun and SendGrid. Mailgun is really cheap but I've seen some problems with emails being marked as spam. Sendgrid is nice, but more expensive.

Working on Sparkly

Sendgrid it is for me.