Alerts

August 16, 2019
Alerts track important sending metrics and notify you when something is wrong in real-time. Track your entire account or a few critical resources with powerful filtering and receive notifications through email, Slack, and webhooks. # Metrics to Track You can set up alerts to track the following metrics: Block Bounce Rate Hard Bounce Rate Soft…
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User Management

May 22, 2019
You can invite members of your team to join your SparkPost account. Each user will have a role that defines what they have access to. There are four roles you can chose from when inviting a new user: Admin: Full access user. Admins have all permissions available and are the only users that can manage…
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Getting Started with our Automated IP Warmup Feature

April 30, 2019
# IP Warm-up Definition IP warming is the process of methodically adding campaign volume week-over-week to a new IP Address to establish a positive sending reputation with Internet Services Providers (ISPs). Our Automated IP Warmup feature provides a stage-based approach to limit sending volumes while you're building a reputation for your new IP. For a…
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Getting Started with AMP for Email on SparkPost

February 25, 2019
Learn how to create your very first AMP email! We'll run through content setup and best practices to have in place before you begin sending. We'll also point out some useful resources along the way to help you get the best from SparkPost, such as our SparkPost API documentation. AMP (Accelerated Mobile Pages) initially launched…
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Signals Overview

January 13, 2019
SparkPost Signals is an analytics suite that helps you improve email performance by diagnosing health issues before they impact your business. It analyzes your email sending and benchmark data from across our industry-leading email network to provide data-driven, predictive, and actionable insights that help you increase open rates, prevent blacklisting, and boost inbox placement. #…
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Managing your Sending Domains

August 3, 2018
A sending domain is a domain that is used to indicate who an email is from via the From: header. Using a custom sending domain enables you to control what recipients see as the From: value in their email clients. DNS records can be configured for a sending domain, which allows recipient mail servers to…
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Migrating From SendGrid

October 23, 2017
Changing email providers can be a time consuming process, but if you're coming from SendGrid, we've got you covered. Many differences between SendGrid and SparkPost can be attributed to terminology and approach, both of which you can get help with by referring to our SendGrid Migration Guide. If you're in a hurry, though, and you…
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Posting Custom Headers with Webhooks Delivery

July 17, 2017
As an additional security measure for webhooks batch POSTs, you may wish to include custom headers so that batches can be securely sent to your webhook endpoint(s). This gives you the option of rejecting webhook batches if these custom headers and associated values are not included in the batch. The SparkPost webhooks API supports setting…
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Using Unsubscribe Reports

April 29, 2017
Using unsubscribe reports to link unsubscribe, list unsubscribe and example implementations through creating and updating an existing Webhook using the API.
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