Even in a serious job, there is room for fun. Jokes help reduce anxiety and smooth out awkward situations. They also help us learn from someone’s mistakes. So this is the main idea of this blog post! Scroll down and laugh with the Mailtrap team as we refer to situations related to emails and give you a list of useful resources on email sending and testing.
Well, cats are just hilarious. Also, have you ever wondered how much time you spend on emails?
We can’t forget Boromir, can we? And this is exactly the face of your recipients when they get your poorly crafted confirmation emails.
This one is our favorite! Email deliverability is a topic everyone is writing about, and there are so many details you should take care of. DMARC, SPF, DKIM – all of these are domain authentication methods that really matter. Here is our ultimate guide on the email deliverability.
Cat-SPAM vs CAN-SPAM.
A bad email bounce is a hard bounce. That means that the address doesn’t exist or your IP is rejected by this recipient. So find another way!
What does it take to know your subscribers? Nowadays we use marketing automation to personalize experiences in emails. Well, usually…
Don’t let your subscribers go easily!
What about Bcc in emails then? Cc is visible to all recipients and usually doesn’t cause any trouble. Bcc is a blind copy and it makes things much more complicated. We have explained how Bcc works and how you can test it in this post.
This is the topic we can talk about forever. Email testing! And email testing + husky = a perfect match. Especially if you don’t run pre-production tests with a dummy SMTP server.
Flooded inboxes, annoyed colleagues, and irritated customers! This is all about email testing failures.
This is all about the pain of using fake email addresses for testing. And the pithiest thing is that, in the end, dummy emails just don’t work in most cases. Read and learn about the alternatives (spoiler: it is possible to use the same address for several test email accounts).
This one is about the real purpose of using disposable or fake email addresses.
Classics are always on trend. And our motto is: test all email blasts (even if in your skills you trust 🙂 )
Well, this is not the best way to understand your recipients or preview your messages either.
Start with a cat, finish with a cat. This should be a golden rule of everything related to pictures. Moreover, this cat has definitely spammed its own inbox with another dozen test emails.
This is not actually a meme but it portrays the developers’ reality so well! Mailtrap is here to make a web developer’s life easier, with a reliable tool for both safe email system testing and production monitoring.