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The Recommended Email size Do you know what the email attachment size limit is to the content you put in your email? Several, if not all, email sending service providers restrict how far the email attachment size should go. The limitations are put because of security reasons as well as performance.
For this reason, when considering sending out email notifications or newsletters, you should …
The Difference between POP3 Vs. IMAP Emails When it comes to retrieving email messages, you have to do it right. To regain your emails, you need to be intentional which the method you pick on doing so. There are basically two options to choose from, that is POP3 vs. IMAP.
They do the same work but vary in so many ways from each other. Here is how
POP3/POP POP is initial for Post Office Protocol.
SMTP Port Guide Everyone wants a successful delivery of their email. What stands between desire and real success is the correct port of transmission. You might think that it is not much of your problem because the service provider worries about that.
Nevertheless, a default SMTP is no assurance of the best delivery. Therefore, it is essential to learn some other port alternatives that will better …
What is an SMTP Server? If you ask anyone whether they can send an email, a good percentage of them will answer in the affirmative. People do not realize that the behind-the-scenes of receiving and sending emails are a technical system. What assists you in sending mail is called a server. A server handles particular services; in this case, an email server deals with mails only. The email server …
NBSP in HTML emails Of the easiest thing to use on the keyboard, it is the space bar. You can even do it while your eyes are closed. You press the big button at the bottom of your computer keyboard, and space appears. However, it is not as easy as it seems when it comes to HTML code. There are several ways to make the room appear in HTML, one of the ways is  .
Email for testing One of the laborious things in QA professional life is testing email workflow. It involves a lot of sweat and labor. There are also the expectations of working with speed plus the possibility of something going wrong. For this reason, several developers have come up with random email generator dummies to assist you in avoiding the hassle.
How do dummy emails works It is …
CC and BCC in SMTP Numerous questions arise from people asking, what is Bcc in email, and how does it work? They also ask what is cc in an email and how it differs from Bcc. For this reason, here is a short compilation of information on cc and BCC and their role in SMTP (Simple Mail Transfer Protocol).
How Cc and Bcc vary in emails Let’s take a look at both cc and bcc in emails.
Avoiding Spam Filters When sending emails for marketing, no one wants their emails to go to the spam folder. The target is to reach as many clients as you can. According to statistics, over time, the percentage of email messages getting to a recipient's inbox has increased. To be precise, five out of six commercial emails hit the targets. You do not want to be among the ones who miss the goal.
Socket Timeout Exceptions - how to fix connection timeouts or 502 exceptions MailSlurp uses ‘Keep-Alive’ connections for many endpoints to allow your code to wait for conditions.
SDK timeout settings It is important to set a connection timeout on the client and its underlying http client implementations when using the MailSlurp SDKs.
For example, in Java pass an OkHttpClient instance …
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