A selection of articles by the CloudMailin team

Header Small Image Receiving email attachments with Azure blob storage

Email attachments with Azure

CloudMailin allows you to receive emails via an HTTP POST, essentially sending email to a webhook.
CloudMailin Team
Header Small Image Upgrading the TLS minumum version to TLSv1.2

Email encryption upgrade

Security has always been a priority for us at CloudMailin. As an email service provider it's often necessary for us to balance customer requirements and usability and where possible we always give our users a choice. For a while now we've supported both TLS 1.2 and TLS 1.3 on our platform, but we've also allowed connections from servers using TLS versions lower than this if the customer requests it.
CloudMailin Team
Header Small Image Deprecating our original format

Deprecating the original format

When we first started over 10 years ago our original HTTP Webhook format was our only option. The original HTTP Format was a multipart/form-data format that was opinionated, it made a lot of decisions about how you might use it.
CloudMailin Team
Header Small Image What is DMARC?

What is DMARC?

In an earlier article, we covered what DKIM and SPF can do for a domain. DMARC is the extension that brings it all together. DMARC stands for "Domain-based Message Authentication, Reporting & Conformance".
CloudMailin Team
Header Small Image What are DKIM and SPF and how do we use them?

What are DKIM and SPF?

Sender Policy Framework (SPF) and DomainKeys Identifier Mail (DKIM) are both methods of identifying email senders.
CloudMailin Team
Header Small Image Understanding Email Reputation

Understanding Email Reputation

Email sender reputation is crucial when sending an email. Since the early 1990s people have been sending Unsolicited Bulk Email or SPAM and it's critical you understand how to check and manage your reputation.
CloudMailin Team
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Email attachments with AWS S3

For a while now CloudMailin has allowed you to send your attachments to S3. We call this feature attachment stores, but what exactly does this mean?
CloudMailin Team