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* https://sendgrid.com (used by hostonnet.com)
 
* https://sendgrid.com (used by hostonnet.com)
 
* http://dyn.com/email/ (used by newrelic.com on 09-May-2014)
 
* http://dyn.com/email/ (used by newrelic.com on 09-May-2014)
* http://www.mailgun.com 10K mails/month free. $1 per 2k mails.
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* https://elasticemail.com/pricing/  (150k email per month free)
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* http://www.mailgun.com 10K mails/month free. $1 per 2k mails. ([https://blog.hostonnet.com/mailgun-com-experiance-account-suspended-for-5-bounce-mail mailgun experiance])
 
* http://www.mailjet.com (used by cdkeys.com) 200 mails per day - free. $1 for 3k mails.
 
* http://www.mailjet.com (used by cdkeys.com) 200 mails per day - free. $1 for 3k mails.
 
* http://aws.amazon.com/ses/ 2k mails per day if sending from EC2. Data charge extra.
 
* http://aws.amazon.com/ses/ 2k mails per day if sending from EC2. Data charge extra.

Revision as of 16:39, 6 March 2017


Mail Server Solutions

Work Mail Solutions

MAIL API

Sending Mail From Linux Command Line

mail command is used to send/read mail in command line.

Testing mail from server

echo "testing" | mail -s "test" [email protected]

Check mail log

tail -f /path/to/maillog.log 


On cpanel server

echo > /var/log/exim_mainlog
echo "Testing " | mail -s "Test Email" [email protected]
tail -f /var/log/exim_mainlog




linux commands