We Dare You to Take the 15 Minute SendGrid Set-up Challenge!


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One Two ThreeI can’t tell you how many developers are truly shocked to discover that integrating their systems with SendGrid can actually happen in minutes, not days. I understand the initial disbelief. Integrations that took less than a few weeks were unheard of – until we came along. By using an SMTP relay, all you have to do is change a few settings and VOILA – you’re ready to send. It’s as easy as 1-2-3 – literally. 

1. STEP 1: Change your username
2. STEP 2: Change your password
3. STEP 3: Change the server name to smtp.sendgrid.net
BONUS STEP: Change to port 587 to avoid rate limits

Yes, integrating with SendGrid is really that easy! We support multiple frameworks, languages, mail and web servers, open source application and mail clients, so if you’ve got – we can integrate with it. SendGrid can even support you if you write your own library from scratch. (You can take a closer look at our online documentation if you’d like).  Depending on other customizations, you may spend an additional hour or two writing a bit of code to do creative things like automating spam reports, parsing data, and other cool things that used to be complicated without SendGrid and our flexible APIs. And we have numerous case studies to prove it.

If you haven’t tried SendGrid yet, we challenge you to take 15 minutes to test it out on one or more of your mailstreams. You’ve got nothing to lose, and hours, time and money to save. Simply choose a package to get started. If you are a happy customer, tell us your story. We’ll feature you on our site.

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Carly Brantz is a veteran in the email deliverability space working to make email simple and easy for developers by regularly writing whitepapers, research briefs and blog posts about email, technology and industry trends.

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