Mailgun's incoming email API is awesome. We are really happy with it and we use it for a lot of domains for our customers.
Founder - FastPortal
Mailgun works well for transactional email. It manages all action-based emails, like the emails that go out when someone signs up or resets their password.
Founder & CEO - Zera
We use Mailgun. It is similar to MailChimp--it is really simple and easy to set up. It’s free and more customizable for developers.
Founder & CEO - Yobi
We used to use Mandrill, which merged into MailChimp, but we’ve moved transactional emails to Mailgun and that’s been working well for us.
Co-founder & CEO - Student Loan Hero
Mailgun is great, and we don’t even need to use all of their features. We don’t spam our users so we use our own system to home bake transactional and marketing emails.
Founder & CEO - Coinkite
We use Mailgun for transactional emails. It’s the engine that delivers the emails.
Co-founder - BuildZoom
We use Mailgun for sending out system emails.
Co-founder - Cloudo
My developer recommended it. It's very flexible and was able to integrate directly into the existing tech we were using. There haven't been any downsides so far.
Founder & CEO - Coin Out Inc.
We use Mailgun to send all of our emails, but we manage it through some internal tools that we’ve built. We send a lot of emails based on the ways users interact with our product. It can get complicated, and in order to do something like that we would have to be sending a lot of meta data to an external email service provider. It was just easier to do that by making our own query tools and then sending the data through a transaction enabler like Mailgun.
Co-founder & CEO - Zapier
2%Stacklist Startups Are Using Mailgun
Mailgun is a developer-centric email marketing platform that is all about customization through APIs and code. It’s one of the most sophisticated email automation platforms around, with powerful APIs that allow users to easily send, receive and track emails. Users love Mailgun’s simple interface, easy integration, powerful segmentation capabilities and advanced reporting features--many of which come straight out of the box. Mailgun’s biggest competitor is Mandrill, another API-focused service owned by MailChimp.
Mailgun’s users run the gamut in terms of size and growth stage, but all have the high-level development skills (or staff) to be able to use the solution to its fullest.
Mailgun charges by individual email, each costing a fraction of a fraction of a cent. The first 10,000 emails are free; the next 500,000 are $0.0005 per email; the next 1 million are $0.00035; the next 5 million are $0.00015; and anything beyond that is $0.0001. Simple, right?
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