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Integrate Mailgun with hunter

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About Mailgun

Mailgun is the email automation engine trusted by over millions of websites and application developers for sending, receiving and tracking emails.

About hunter

A simple tool for locating and validating professional email addresses.

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    Triggers
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    Triggers whenever a new subscriber is added.

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    Triggers when a current subscriber unsubscribed.

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    Triggers when a new lead is created.

    Actions
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    Creates a new lead.

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    Adds a recipient to one of your ongoing campaigns.

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How Mailgun & hunter Integrations Work

  1. Step 1: Choose Mailgun as a trigger app and authenticate it on Appy Pie Connect.

    (30 seconds)

  2. Step 2: Select "Trigger" from the Triggers List.

    (10 seconds)

  3. Step 3: Pick hunter as an action app and authenticate.

    (30 seconds)

  4. Step 4: Select a resulting action from the Action List.

    (10 seconds)

  5. Step 5: Select the data you want to send from Mailgun to hunter.

    (2 minutes)

  6. Your Connect is ready! It's time to start enjoying the benefits of workflow automation.

Integration of Mailgun and hunter

What is Mailgun?

Mailgun is a cloud-based email infrastructure service provider. It provides for the sending of bulk Emails, whether they are transactional emails from an e-commerce platform or newsletters from a membership site.Mailgun's defining feature is the Email API that it offers for easy integration with applications and programming languages. It also provides a SMTP interface that is compatible with third-party mail transfer agents like Postfix and Exim.Mailgun was founded in 2010 by Jim Franklin, CEO, and SVPs Nick Ruest and James Lindenbaum. The company is headquartered in San Francisco and has additional offices in Bangalore, India and London, England.The company has received $2.3 million in funding from Nexus Venture Partners, Salesforce Ventures, CrunchFund and several angel investors.Mailgun also received the Red Herring Top 100 Global Award in 2011 and was named one of the Top 10 Most Innovative Companies in Cloud Computing by CRN in 2012.

What is hunter?

Hunter is a background job processing framework written in Ruby that provides a common interface to a variety resources for scheduling background jobs (cron, at, batch), reporting status, and providing an easy way to define dependencies between jobs. It can be used to process; send emails, sync data to other devices/systems, cleanup/archive files, etc.Hunter has been included as part of the Ruby standard library since Ruby 1.9.3.

Integration of Mailgun and hunter

With hunter you can schedule jobs to run periodically at certain times, day of month or day of week or on some event like receiving an email or a file becoming available or on some external event like a cron job running or on some error condition being met. The jobs can be run asynchronously in the background or synchronously we will see how this is done later in this article. Hunter allows you to define dependencies between jobs so that if one job fails then all the dependent jobs will not run and it will not make any difference if the job succeeds or fails. This can be useful when you want to run a job only when some other prerequisite job succeeds. Hunter provides the fplowing interfaces to schedule jobs:Hunter::ScheduledTask – Provides an interface to cron jobs using CRON syntax and supports running jobs synchronously or asynchronously. Hunter::AtExecutor – Provides an interface to schedule jobs using AT command syntax (e.g., at 9pm. Hunter::BatchExecutor – Provides an interface to schedule jobs using BATCH command syntax (e.g., @daily job1 @hourly job2. Hunter::EmailSender – Provides an interface to email based triggering (i.e., when an email gets sent then run this job. Hunter::RemoteFetch – Provides an interface to fetch files from remote locations on some event trigger (i.e., on receiving an email. And finally, it provides a "scheduler" that can be used to coordinate multiple trigger sources and specify dependencies between them. The scheduler will run the dependent jobs only when the required prerequisites are successfully scheduled for execution.Hunter also provides a nice DSL which simplifies writing all these jobs very easily, I will show you how this is done in our sample code below.Hunter also provides a nice DSL which simplifies writing all these jobs very easily, I will show you how this is done in our sample code below.Now let us try to understand how hunter works with Mailgun by doing a small example with hunter and Mailgun.First, configure your application with Mailgun by fplowing the steps given here. http://www.mailgun.com/kb/getting-started/. Once you have integrated Mailgun into your app you can use it for sending email from your application or webpage.Let us create an outline for our example using hunter:A. What is Mailgun?

What is hunter?

Integration of Mailgun and hunter

Benefits of Integration of Mailgun and hunter

What is Mailgun?

Mailgun is a cloud-based email infrastructure service provider. It provides for the sending of bulk Emails, whether they are transactional emails from an e-commerce platform or newsletters from a membership site.Mailgun's defining feature is the Email API that it offers for easy integration with applications and programming languages. It also provides a SMTP interface that is compatible with third-party mail transfer agents like Postfix and Exim.Mailgun was founded in 2010 by Jim Franklin, CEO, and SVPs Nick Ruest and James Lindenbaum. The company is headquartered in San Francisco and has additional offices in Bangalore, India and London, England.The company has received $2.3 million in funding from Nexus Venture Partners, Salesforce Ventures, CrunchFund and several angel investors.Mailgun also received the Red Herring Top 100 Global Award in 2011 and was named one of the Top 10 Most Innovative Companies in Cloud Computing by CRN in 2012.Mailgun consists of two components. the mail delivery system (MDS. where incoming messages are stored temporarily before they are delivered to recipients' inboxes—and an HTTP API that allows developers to send messages via HTTP requests directly from their applications either synchronously or asynchronously (in the background. Messages are not stored on Mailgun servers once they are delivered to recipients' inboxes (or spam fpders. Until then they are stored on MDS servers hosted by Amazon Web Services (AWS. However, users have the option of downloading sent messages from MDS servers either at regular intervals or after a message has been delivered to its recipients' inboxes (or spam fpders. Mailgun's MDS servers are located in California but messages are stored on AWS servers spread across multiple geographic regions so that they can be delivered faster than if they were coming from single MDS server location (California. Mailgun claims that messages sent via its services take less than 10 seconds from their point of origin until they reach their recipients' inboxes (or spam fpders. In October 2013 Mailgun was reported to be serving up to 20 billion emails per month . In October 2013 Mailgun announced that it had raised $1 million in seed funding led by CrunchFund . Other participants included venture capitalists who also invested in Heroku including Baseline Ventures , First Round Capital , Alexis Ohanian , Garry Tan , Michael Arrington , Jeff Clavier , Chris Dixon , Elad Gil , Joshua Schachter , Harj Taggar , Hiten Shah , David Lee , Charlie Cheever , Elad Gil , Matt Mullenweg , Sam Altman , Paul Buchheit , Ron Conway , Kevin Rose , Naval Ravikant , Alexia Tsotsis , Cpe Rpland , Scott Banister , Joshua Schachter , Peter Hershberg , Keith Rabois , Paul Buchheit , Scott Banister , Keith Rabois , Ron Conway , Kevin Rose and Naval Ravikant . On March 27th 2014 Mailgun announced that it had raised $7 million in Series A funding led by Redpoint Ventures . Other participants included Baseline Ventures , First Round Capital , Andreessen Horowitz , Joshua Schachter and Ron Conway who participated in the seed round . On August 13 2015 Mailgun announced that it had raised $15 million in Series B funding led by Bessemer Venture Partners . Other participants included Baseline Ventures , Index Ventures , First Round Capital , Joshua Schachter and Ron Conway . On September 9 2016 Mailgun announced that it had raised $25 million in Series C funding . Other participants included Bessemer Venture Partners , Index Ventures , First Round Capital and Andreessen Horowitz . On July 12 2017 Mailgun announced that it had raised $35 million in Series D funding . Other participants included Bessemer Venture Partners , Index Ventures and First Round Capital . The funding round also saw participation from new investors including Altimeter Capital Management led by Mike Hirshland , Digital Currency Group , Max Levchin's HVF Investment Fund, Jeff Clavier's Institutional Venture Partners (IVP. and existing investors Andreessen Horowitz, First Round Capital, Bessemer Venture Partners, Index Ventures and Joshua Schachter . On December 18 2017 Mailgun announced that it had raised another $20 million in funds from its current investors . Existing investors Bessemer Venture Partners, Index Ventures, First Round Capital, New Enterprise Associates (NEA), Index Ventures and Andreessen Horowitz participated in this round along with new investor Union Square Ventures . The latest funding round brings Mailgun's total funding amount to $75 million . On January 29 2018 Mailgun started offering Dedicated IP

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