Brett Zink at yottaflow has created an awesome bookmarklet that allows you to export your email activity results to a CSV file. Use the search bar to filter the data however you want, and then click on your new Bookmarklet. The Bookmarklet opens in a new window with all the data reformatted into CSV. The first time you use it you’ll probably get stopped by your pop-up blocker. Just allow pop-ups from sendgrid.com and try again. This is a handy tool for getting your results into Excel. Our development team is working on adding an export to the Email Activity page but in the meantime this is fantastic. Thanks Brett!
Man, we’ve been on the road a lot lately, helping developers hack up a storm on the west coast… Read below for a recap of our recent API Hackday action and a forecast of upcoming fun!
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The standard for signing and authenticating email messages has recently been trending away from DomainKeys and moving toward it’s successor, DKIM, or DomainKeys Identified Mail. DKIM has a lot of advantages over the old DomainKeys, such as additional signing algorithms and the ability for third parties to sign messages.
We are happy to announce that we are certified as Safe Harbor compliant. The Safe Harbor program ensures compliance with the European Union Data Protection Directive, a directive that protects personal data by ensuring that it is only used with permission and for legitimate purposes. We look forward to working with clients in the EU! Please get in touch if you have any questions.
Hi everyone, I’m Brandon West. I’ve just started working as a Developer Relations Engineer for SendGrid, and I’m here to help Tim Falls make our developer community the best it can be. That means I’ll be hanging out everywhere developers gather – on and offline. I’ll be attending events like hack days, Startup Weekends, conferences – anywhere people are building (or talking about building) cool things! You can consider me a general resource to web developers, ready to help in any way possible.