Articles by Ryan Burrer

Ryan is a support engineer based in Boulder, CO whose mission is to make other tech junkies' lives easier and to change the way people think about support organizations. He enjoys highlighting the relationships between SendGrid and our partners and resellers and staying on top of emerging technologies.

Introducing: SendGrid List Assist

List Assist

Here at SendGrid we strive to not only help people send quality emails, but to teach and assist them in fostering good, intelligent sending habits. A major theme we see from a support standpoint is the need to regularly update recipient lists. As senders experience bounces, unsubscribes, and spam reports, they should be purging their sending lists of these to make sure they are only sending to their usable contacts. In an effort to satisfy this need, our support team has created a new SendGrid feature to help you manage your lists. We are proud to introduce the new SendGrid List Assist Tool. This easy to use tool allows any registered SendGrid user to upload their master recipient list and select which unusable

Create a Basic Contact Form with SendGrid and PHP

API, check

Here at SendGrid we really enjoy a nice, structured, robust IPA, err, API. So much so, that after having to edit my own website’s contact form due to the changes Yahoo and AOL recently made to their DMARC policies, I decided this time to use SendGrid’s Web API using cURL PHP and to share the coding in an effort to help out others in similar situations. I then took it a step further to have my contact form also post this message content to a Google document, using my free Zapier account. What You Need A SendGrid Account A Machine that can run cURL PHP A working website to put the form in A Zapier account (optional) Get the Code