Managing your Sending Domains
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…
Migrating From SendGrid
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…
Posting Custom Headers with Webhooks Delivery
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…
Using Unsubscribe Reports
Using unsubscribe reports to link unsubscribe, list unsubscribe and example implementations through creating and updating an existing Webhook using the API.
Using Suppression Lists
A suppression list — or exclusion list — is a list of recipient email addresses to which you do NOT want to send email. Learn more.
Uploading and Storing a Recipient List as a CSV file
This user guide walks you through the steps of uploading and storing a recipient list as CSV file when you are using SparkPost to send email.
550. 5.7.1 Unconfigured Sending Domain
Definition and solutions for when you receive a 550 5.7.1 Unconfigured Sending Domain error message as a response when sending a transmission.
Transmission Best Practices
This Transmission Best Practices guide covers sending transmissions and monitoring the results for errors. It is intended for a technical audience.
Subaccounts in Sparkpost and SparkPost Enterprise
This guide introduces SparkPost's subaccount functionality, which will allow administrators to support separate business units, mailstreams, or customers.