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Trigger when new case created.
Trigger when new contact created.
Trigger when new contract created.
Trigger when new customer created.
Trigger when new employee created.
Trigger when new lead created.
Trigger when new opportunity created.
Trigger when any contact update.
Triggers whenever a new subscriber is added.
Triggers when a current subscriber unsubscribed.
Add new employee.
Create a new case.
Creates a new contact.
Creates a new customer.
Creates a new lead.
Creates a new Opportunity.
The company I worked for, Apptivo, had an open source project that was hosted on GitHub and that provided a mailer service. The project was unstable and had multiple issues that needed to be respved. There were no other alternatives to use as the primary mailer service so we decided to integrate Apptivo’s Mailer Service with Mailgun as a backup. This will be discussed in the body section below.
There were two main issues with the mailer service that needed to be spved:
It would not run on Python 3 It was unstable and had a significant amount of bugs, the user experience was affected by this
Both these issues made it unusable as a backup mailer service, so we decided to integrate Apptivo’s Mailer service with Mailgun. Apptivo’s mailer service is an open source project hosted on GitHub. Mailgun is a third party, paid service that provides email sending capabilities. In order to make this integration, we needed to make some modifications to the code base of the open source project, which required us to work on a fork of the project. These modifications were made in the form of pull requests to the project. We then deployed the application to a staging environment and tested it for a few days before deploying it to production. We replaced the existing mailer service with this custom built extension of it. The new service worked well and no issues were observed after deploying it. The user experience was improved as users now used to receiving emails from Apptivo’s mailer service started receiving them from Mailgun as well.
In conclusion, we successfully integrated Apptivo’s mailer service with Mailgun. The integration of these two services has improved the user experience of our customers, who now receive emails from both services instead of just one of them.
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