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“While the practice of email whitelisting has been used for decades, it has lost significant importance over the years.” So what is this coveted “email whitelist” that you’ve probably heard floating around the virtual halls of the email industry?  To understand email whitelisting and its current importance in the industry, let’s discuss a more common […]

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What is IP Warming? You just got yourself a shiny new IP address and you’re ready to blast out 100,000 emails in your first day!  There is one problem…you can’t do that. Well, technically you can, but you definitely don’t want to. If you haven’t gotten the memo yet, there’s this thing called a sender […]

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It shouldn’t come as a surprise that email is one of the most data-heavy forms of modern communication.  Something as simple as sending an email collects, transfers, and interprets around 100 KB of data. Multiply that by billions, and now you see why companies may have a difficult time manipulating this data for human consumption. […]

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Many senders come to SocketLabs asking about transactional email and CAN-SPAM. Since you’re reading this, there’s a good chance that you’re wondering about CAN-SPAM rules for transactional emails. You might be surprised to learn that regarding transactional email, there aren’t any CAN-SPAM rules. Unlike marketing email, transactional emails are exempt from CAN-SPAM. In this post, […]

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When it comes to transactional email and GDPR, many senders have questions about whether it is reasonable for transactional senders, such as SaaS applications and ecommerce stores, to deliver an email without consent. For example: Does a SaaS app like Shopify need consent to deliver a password reset to a customer? And what about an […]

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Today we’re going to talk about effective transactional email design for email receipts. We’ll dissect every part of a good receipt email, so you understand its anatomy — but don’t worry, there won’t be any blood! There are many types of transactional emails: password resets, shipping notifications, dunning alerts, and more. For this post, we’re […]

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PowerShell Core is an open-source and cross-platform Microsoft command line tool in Windows that allows programmers to write commands, or Cmdlets, that help automate administrative tasks. SocketLabs has published helpful new PowerShell script examples on GitHub and the PowerShell Gallery that will allow customers to send numerous command outputs through our Injection API. What is […]

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Intro: Why Read This C# Library Tutorial? This C# Email Tutorial will show you how to enable email sending in your .NET application. Here’s a quick video intro covering exactly what we’ll discuss in this tutorial. Adding reliable email sending to your .NET application can be a daunting task. Not only do you need to […]

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Most developers encounter asynchronous code for the first time when dealing with Ajax requests and Javascript. However, async has been around since the early days of programming. And within recent years, async has become almost a standard in web development. If you’re looking to use a web API to send email asynchronously, or if you’d […]

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When it comes to transactional email best practices, there are a number of things that you can do to ensure that your transactional emails are sent off without a hitch. In fact, we stopped counting at 19 transactional email best practices. If we list each best practice, then you’d be here all day… That’s why […]

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