Service Incident Report

Incident Report: Email Delays, Sept 20 and 23, 2015 Earlier this week there were two service incidents that impacted Sendwithus customers. The first began at 2:32 am Sunday, September 20, and the second at 6:14 am Wednesday, September 23. Both incidents lasted just over eight hours each. During these periods, Sendwithus customers saw significantly increased

It’s Zappening

The following is a guest post by our friend Alison Groves from Zapier.  Email is one of the most important marketing channels out there, if not the most important. Communicating by email with your users and customers — in newsletters, on-boarding campaigns, or even password resets — gives you the best way to start a

Now Available: Template Folders!

This week, we rolled out a feature that we’ve been really excited about for a while because we know it’s something a lot of our users want: template folders! We’ve been fiddling with the exact functionality based on all of your wonderful feedback, so here’s what it looks like right now.

Introducing “Oxygen”

Fresh from the desk of our friend, Kaitlin Rathwell, we’re really excited to announce the addition of the beautiful new Oxygen template theme to the Open Source Template Library. It’s clean, pleasant, and approachable, with tons of really useful components – perfect for a spring refresh.

SparkPost + Sendwithus

Today we’re excited to announce our newest ESP integration: SparkPost, the slightly less enterprise-y version of Message Systems’ Momentum platform. When I say slightly less, you should know that the Momentum platform powers email for companies like Twitter and Facebook, so some of the highest volume transactional senders in the world.

What We Do For Fun(zies)

We have a tradition at Sendwithus sort-of referred to as “Funzies Friday” – yeah, it’s a bit of a working title – but the idea is that every once in a while, we take a day and focus entirely on fun stuff we would like to see integrated into Sendwithus. Recently we took two days,

SSLv3 and POODLE

tl;dr – For security reasons, we’ve completely disabled SSLv3 access to both the Sendwithus API and web app. Affected customers will need to take action to ensure they’re not attempting SSLv3 connections with our API.