Posts by Steve:

Looping Event Booth Videos: Lights, Camera, Action! - Part 2 of 2

Our step-by-step guide will teach you how to make your event booth video file play on a low-cost device such as an Amazon Fire TV Stick.

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S/MIME Part 4: Collecting Recipient Public Keys the Easy Way - with SparkPost Inbound Relay Webhooks

In part 4 of his series, Senior Messaging Engineer, Steve Tuck explains how to collect recipient public keys with SparkPost Inbound Relay webhooks.

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S/MIME Part 3: Plug and Play for On-Premises Secure Email

Senior Messaging Engineer, Steve Tuck, explains how S/MIME tools can be adapted to inject mail streams into on-premises platforms.

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Looping Event Booth Videos - Part 1 of 2

Senior Messaging Engineer, Steve Tuck, outlines his best practices for being a booth gopher: managing and executing a successful event booth.

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S/MIME Part 2: Signed, Sealed, and Delivered through SparkPost

Senior Messaging Engineer, Steve Tuck, explains how to install some simple command-line tools for signing and encrypting email
 in part 2 of his blog series.

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S/MIME: What is it, why should I care, and how does it relate to SparkPost?

Discover how S/MIME, is a long-established method of sending encrypted, signed email, based on public Internet standards, relates to SparkPost.

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Bouncy Sink Part 2: Features, Configuration and Installation

We introduced the bouncy sink to test mail traffic patterns, now dive deeper into features, installation and configuration of your own bouncy sink.

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How to Generate Realistic Test Traffic Patterns in your SparkPost Account

Behold, a “bouncy sink” that behaves like real-world recipients and a “traffic generator” to easily test traffic patterns and complex sending environments.

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Spring Cleaning the SparkPost Postman Collection

See how we've refreshed the SparkPost Postman collection to bring it up to speed with current API features and documentation.

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