Using Templates with the SparkPost WordPress Plugin

April 29, 2017
When using stored templates with the SparkPost WordPress plugin, we pass through substitution data that you can use as variables in your template to specify some dynamic settings: content - the main body of the email subject - the subject of the email from - the email address of the sender (e.g. Rick Sanchez rick.sanchez@DimensionC-137.com)…
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Using The SparkPost Heroku Add-On

April 29, 2017
The SparkPost add-on in Heroku provides developers an easily accessible application to leverage for email delivery. SparkPost is available via a modern RESTful API and has supported client libraries for Node.js, Python, PHP, Java, Go, and Elixir as well as documented examples in all those languages plus Swift, Objective-C and VB. # QuickStart If you’re…
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Using SparkPost with Thunder Mailer

April 29, 2017
The following steps will walk you through using SparkPost with Thunder Mailer. Click on 'Connections' and bring up the list of SMTP servers: [gallery columns='1' link='file' size='full' ids='20958'] Click on the green '+' symbol to create a new SMTP server profile and enter the information as shown: [gallery columns='1' link='file' size='full' ids='20959'] Set the SMTP…
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Using SparkPost with the SendWithUs

April 29, 2017
To connect your SparkPost account with SendWithUs Transactional Email Management you will need: A valid SparkPost account A verified configured Sending Domain for use with SparkPost Your SparkPost account password A valid SparkPost API Key A valid SendWithUs account Once you have the prerequisites completed and available, you can connect your SendWithUs account with your SparkPost account.
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Using SparkPost with SendBlaster

April 29, 2017
To use SparkPost as your SMTP Relay with SendBlaster, click 'Send' under the Messages Menu on the left-hand navigation to bring up a dialogue box and follow these steps: Set up your 'Sender e-mail address' to be an address from one of your SparkPost verified sending domains Click 'Use SMTP Server' Set the SMTP server to…
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Using Push Notifications in SparkPost Enterprise

April 29, 2017
Note: This Knowledge Base Article Is For SparkPost Enterprise Only # Using Push Notifications in SparkPost Enterprise SparkPost Enterprise customers have the option of sending push notifications through the transmissions API by including optional "channel" strings nested beneath the recipients array. This article will explain in brief overview the attributes that must be added to…
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Using SparkPost with PowerMTA

April 29, 2017
If you’re interested in relaying mail through PowerMTA to SparkPost, there are only a few things you need to do. First, create a SparkPost account if you don't already have one. Next, create an API key with the "Send via SMTP" permission: [gallery columns='1' link='file' size='full' ids='20950'] Now create and verify the domain you want…
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Power BI Content Pack and SparkPost

April 29, 2017
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…
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Using SparkPost with Postfix

April 29, 2017
To use SparkPost as an SMTP relay for Postfix, create an API key with the 'Send via SMTP' permission enabled, then enter the following into your Postfix config file (typically main.cf): smtp_sasl_auth_enable = yes smtp_sasl_password_maps = static:SMTP_Injection:<your API key> relayhost = [smtp.sparkpostmail.com]:587 smtp_sasl_security_options = noanonymous smtp_tls_security_level = encrypt header_size_limit = 4096000 Once you've modified your config…
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