Archives for "news"

August 18 2014

Ghost and Mailgun integration made easier

Meet Ghost Ghost is a project conceptualized by John O'Nolan and Hannah Wolfe to reboot the experience behind writing content on…

May 21 2014

Mission to Mars - PyCon 2014

We had a blast at PyCon 2013 with our giant email-powered Nerf gun.   It was a big crowd pleaser and for PyCon 2014, we wanted t…

May 02 2014

Swap out your API keys with no downtime

Regularly changing your API keys is a good practice to maintain security for your application.  Today, we've just rolled out a n…

April 10 2014

Mailgun and Heartbleed

Heartbleed Earlier this week, we were alerted to a security vulnerability in OpenSSL [1] [2]. While this vulnerability was not i…

March 24 2014

Product update: Log details in the Control Panel and default encrypted email delivery

We've been busy at Mailgun recently working on a some new features that our customers have been asking for.  Today, we'd like to…

January 24 2014

Mailgun docs are now open-source

We like open-source software a lot, and we've open-sourced some of our code recently like our MIME parsing and email validation…

December 07 2013

Product update: New postbin for debugging webhooks

This week, in addition to writing about what we learned open sourcing a major part of Mailgun, we released a new feature we thin…

November 22 2013

Weekly product update: Support Center and improvements to Domains and Events APIs

This week we worked on a few things that we think will make a big impact for customers, particularly our shiny new Support Cente…

September 06 2013

Store(): a temporary mailbox for all your incoming email

Customers have recently approached us with a few use cases where the temporary storage of inbound emails would come in handy. I…