Mailgun is the email automation engine trusted by over millions of websites and application developers for sending, receiving and tracking emails.
Gmail is the free, web-based email service from Google. Gmail's mail storage, search, and conversation features save you time and keep your messages secure.Gmail Integrations
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Triggers whenever a new subscriber is added.
Triggers when a current subscriber unsubscribed.
Triggers whenever a new attachment is received (trigger is initiated once per attachment).
Triggers when a new e-mail appears in the specified mailbox.
Triggers when you receive a new email that matches a search string you provide.
Triggers when you receive a new email in a label.
Triggers everytime you receive a new email and Starmark it within two days.
Triggers every time a new thread starts.
Draft a new email message(but don't send).
Creates a new label.
Draft a new email message & send it.
On April 28, 2011, Mailgun was launched. Mailgun is a company that provides a powerful email service for developers. Mailgun is an SMTP service that also provides real-time analytics and statistics.Mailgun allows you to forward and receive emails and offers a variety of features such as:-Having the ability to send up to 100,000 emails per month for free-A real-time statistics feature that includes how many emails were sent, received, bounced and more-Providing email templates for HTML, text, or both-Using their API allows users to access data in real time-Users are able to send attachments with up to 50MB per email-It has a web interface for sending and receiving emailsOn February 8, 2004 Gmail was introduced by Google. Gmail has many features such as:-Google claims that Gmail has "99.9% reliability" in terms of its servers and the number of emails that Gmail sends and receives.-Gmail allows you to have multiple accounts, each having different usernames, passwords, labels etc.-Gmail allows you to create an auto responder message that will be sent out to people automatically when they send you an email.-You can use Gmail's "labels" which will help organize your emails-When someone cannot be reached by email they can call you through the Google voice number attached to your account.-It provides 1 GB of storage per email account which is much more than most other email providers.Integration of Mailgun and Gmail
Gmail does not allow you to have an unlimited amount of emails so if you wanted to have an unlimited amount of emails you would need to pay for something like Mailgun where it has an unlimited amount of emails.Mailgun integrates with Gmail by allowing users who have a Gmail account to connect their Mailgun account with their Gmail account through the use of a simple plugin that Mailgun provides. Once the plugin is activated a new cpumn will appear under your inbox that displays the statistics for your different Mailgun email accounts. This way when you send out an email through your Mailgun account the recipient will see the statistics about how many emails were sent out and received through their Gmail accounts. This plugin also works vice versa, so if you get an email from a Mailgun account in your inbox it will display the statistics on how many emails were sent out and received. This integration also allows you to add new email addresses to your Mailgun account by simply adding the new address in your Gmail settings. Another feature that this integration offers is the ability to create new email addresses linked to your existing Gmail address without having to create a new account with another provider. By doing this you can keep all of your information in one place instead of having it spread throughout multiple accounts. This way if you ever wanted to change your primary email address you could simply go into Gmail and change it there without having to worry about switching over all of your information. The last benefit that this integration offers is mail forwarding. If someone sends you an email that is not in your Mailgun email box it will forward the email into your Mailgun account and mark it as spam or junk mail if that is what it was classified as. This way you do not have to worry about missing any important emails because they were automatically forwarded into your other accounts.As seen above there are many benefits to integrating Mailgun and Gmail together but the main thing that separates these two companies is convenience. If someone wants to create a new email address using Gmail they would have to go into their settings and create a new address linked to their existing one but they would not have the option of having new addresses created outside of their Gmail account without having to create an entirely new account elsewhere. With Mailgun this problem is spved because it allows users to create as many new addresses as they like without having to switch over accounts. Another convenience offered by Mailgun is the fact that it allows users to add other existing addresses from other providers into their existing Mailgun accounts without having to switch over any information. The main problem with integrating these services together is that both companies offer very different things which makes it hard for them to work together effectively and seamlessly because they are meant for very different things. When looking at the purpose of each company it becomes apparent why they are hard to integrate together because they are designed for completely different things while still being very similar in some ways. One of the main characteristics that separates these two companies is their purpose and audience. Both companies are designed for very different purposes but still share some similarities in their audiences and purpose. The main purpose behind Mailgun is to give developers easy access to real time statistics when it comes to sending, receiving, bouncing, and open rates associated with their emails through an SMTP server without having to pay any monthly fees. While on the other hand Gmail's main purpose is to provide users with free email services including the ability to send up to 1 GB worth of emails per month, having multiple email accounts linked together, having the ability to send attachments with up to 50MB per email, among other things. These two companies also target very different groups of people with their products. Mailgun targets developers who want easy access to real time statistics when it comes to sending, receiving, bouncing, open rates etc with their emails through an SMTP server without having to pay any monthly fees while Gmail targets everyday consumers who want easy access to free email services like being able to send up to 1GB worth of emails per month, having multiple email accounts linked together, having the ability to send attachments with up to 50MB per email among other things. The main difference in this regard is that Mailgun specifically targets developers whereas Gmail targets everyday consumers which creates a divide between the two companies because they do not really have anything in common besides the fact that both companies provide email services but even then their services differ greatly from one another and target different audiences which causes them not be able to easily integrate together because they are designed for completely opposite purposes and target completely different audiences which makes it hard for them to work together effectively and seamlessly because they are meant for very different things. Another similarity between these two companies is that they both make it convenient for users who have a large amount of emails because they do not charge any monthly fees or charge very low monthly fees for lower amounts of emails sent out per month. Both companies accomplish this by providing users with a certain amount of emails for free every month before charging them for extra emails sent out after reaching their limit for free emails per month or charging them on a sliding scale depending on how many emails they want multiplied by what cost per month. In terms of customer support Mailgun provides its customers with 24/7 customer support via live chat or email while Gmail provides 24/7 customer support via phone or email if needed. One similarity between these two companies is that despite being completely different companies they both provide some sort of integration with other platforms such as social media websites like Facebook and Twitter but while doing this they still manage to remain unique in what they offer because they are designed differently for completely different purposes and target completely different audiences which causes them not be able to easily integrate together because they are meant for very different things. For example Mailgun offers a feature called "Mailgun Social" where users can integrate their social media posts into their email marketing campaigns using Mailgun Social. On the other hand Gmail offers a feature called "Google+ Send" where users can link their social media accounts like twitter and facebook directly into their gmail account so whenever someone tweets at them or posts on facebook they can see it directly in their gmail inboxes which allows them not have to go searching on those social media websites for those comments, posts etc... Another similarity between these two companies is that they both provide plugins but they differ greatly in terms of what plugins they offer because one company offers a plugin that specifically integrates itself with another company while the other offers plugins that integrate themselves with other popular third party sites like Facebook and Twitter among others. One similarity between these two companies is that they both offer some sort of "templates" when it comes to sending out bulk emails but there are some differences between them because one company offers templates strictly based around HTML while the other offers templates that include both HTML and text which creates a divide between these two companies because they do not really have anything in common besides the fact that both companies provide email services but even then their services differ greatly from one another and target different audiences which causes them not be able to easily integrate together because they are meant for very different things. As seen above there are many benefits and similarities between these two companies but the main thing that separates these two companies is convenience because one company offers a plugin that specifically integrates itself with another company while the other offers plugins that integrate themselves with other popular third party sites like Facebook and Twitter among others which shows
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