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If you run any sort of web app, the chances are you’ll be sending out some sort of transactional email. Whether it’s account verification, password reminders or something else most web based applications do it these days. You may have come across the problem where your perfectly nice emails get marked as spam so the end user never sees them making your application look, well, a bit unprofessional.
This is where Postmark comes in, they say that sending your transactional emails through their API can make them look better to the recieving server so they’re less likely to be marked as spam. What’s more, they even allow you to track how many emails you’ve sent and how many went into the intended recipients spam box. This promise plus the offer of 1000 free emails on registration and at only $1.5 for 1000 emails I decided to test Postmark out on a new application I was working on.