Sending email from Microsoft Windows PowerShell through SparkPost
This article helps you develop and test SMTP injection scripts under Microsoft Windows. Here we concentrate on the basic (but usable) Windows PowerShell built-in features for sending via SMTP. If you need more options, check out cross-platform tools such as swaks ("Swiss Army Knife for SMTP"). # Pre-requisites There are a few things you need:…
Using Templates with the SparkPost WordPress Plugin
To use templates with the SparkPost WordPress plugin, we pass through substitution data that used as variables to specify some dynamic settings.
Using The SparkPost Heroku Add-On
The SparkPost add-on in Heroku provides developers an easily accessible application to leverage for email delivery. Here's how to get started.
Using SparkPost with Thunder Mailer
To use SparkPost with Thunder Mailer, walk through these steps.
Using SparkPost with the SendWithUs
to connect your SparkPost account with SendWithUs Transactional Email Management you will need a few simple pieces of data and to follow these simple steps.
Using SparkPost with SendBlaster
To use SparkPost as your SMTP Relay with SendBlaster, click 'Send' under the Messages Menu and follow these simple steps:
Using SparkPost with PowerMTA
If you’re interested in relaying mail through PowerMTA to SparkPost, there are only a few things you need to do. Here they are...
Power BI Content Pack and SparkPost
The Power BI content pack for SparkPost allows you to extract valuable datasets from your SparkPost account all into one insightful dashboard. Using the SparkPost content pack you can visualize your overall email statistics, including domains, campaigns, and engagement by ISP. Connect to the SparkPost content pack for Power BI. Import data from your SparkPost account Select Get Data at the bottom of…
Using SparkPost with Postfix
How to use SparkPost as an SMTP relay for Postfix