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How to Authenticate Your Email in 5 Steps

Use these 5 steps to authenticate your email program. Authentication will help mailbox providers recognize you as a legitimate sender and protect you from phishing. The post How to Authenticate Your Email in 5 Steps…

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The Best (and Worst) Ways to Verify Email Addresses

There are a number of ways to verify email addresses. Learn which ways are better than others and which methods you’d do best to avoid. The post The Best (and Worst) Ways to Verify Email…

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What to Consider When Writing E2E Tests #frontend@twiliosendgrid

Before you get started writing your E2E tests, it’s important to know if you can automate your E2E tests and understand the general strategy. Use these questions and tips to get you started. The post…

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What’s the Difference Between Ports 465 and 587?

Learn about the differences between ports 465 and 587, why there’s so much confusion around the ports, and how to best use these ports. The post What’s the Difference Between Ports 465 and 587? appeared…

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How to Receive Emails with the Flask Framework for Python

In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to use Python and Flask web framework to forward emails from Twilio SendGrid to your web application. The post How to Receive Emails with the Flask Framework for Python…

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Custom Error Report Emails for Python Flask Web Apps with Twilio SendGrid

Read through a step-by-step tutorial to send custom exception reporting emails with Twilio SendGrid for Python-built Flask web applications. The post Custom Error Report Emails for Python Flask Web Apps with Twilio SendGrid appeared first…

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What is an API? [Quick Read]

Read our API article if you want to know more details about APIs, but don’t consider yourself “technical.” The post What is an API? [Quick Read] appeared first on SendGrid. Read more: sendgrid.com

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What is Return-Path?

Return-path is a hidden email header that indicates where and how bounced emails will be processed and is used for collecting and processing bounced messages. The post What is Return-Path? appeared first on SendGrid. Read…

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