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Monthly Archives: February 2012

Integrating the JangoMail API Into a Java Application

If you want to integrate JangoMail’s web service into your company’s existing Java software, this example will show you how to hit the ground running. This example relies on Java’s built-in library for processing soap requests javax.xml.soap. Download the source code for this example here. In the first part of this example, the SOAPMessage is […]

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Easier account upgrades

We’ve made it dead simple to upgrade your account.  In the past, if you were a trusted user with a sending history with JangoMail, you had the ability to upgrade your account by yourself through the UI.  If you didn’t have an established sending history, you had to contact Support, type out a message to […]

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New feature: Store your Salesforce login credentials with JangoMail

You can now store your Salesforce authentication credentials in your JangoMail account, allowing you to pull email lists from Salesforce Leads, Contacts, and Campaigns, even if you’re not logged into Salesforce. The JangoMail for Salesforce app is an email marketing app that allows you to use JangoMail from within Salesforce. When installed, JangoMail shows up […]

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Using the JangoMail API in PHP

Since PHP 5 provided developers with the SoapClient class, it’s a snap to consume SOAP-enabled web services in a PHP script. This example demonstrates how to connect to the JangoMail API in order to get the email lists on your account. Download the source code for this example, insert your own JangoMail credentials, and you’re […]

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Enhancement: Attaching files to email campaigns

We’ve improved the process to attach files to your email campaigns in the new user interface.  If you have Flash running in your browser, then attaching a file to your email campaign is as simple as clicking the “Upload” icon, choosing the file from your computer, and then watching the progress bar until the file […]

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Press Release: JangoMail Unveils Sleek New Interface

The completely redesigned interface streamlines workflow, adds new features, and increases usability. Dayton, OH – February 15, 2012: JangoMail (www.jangomail.com), an industry leader in permission-based email marketing, unveiled a new user interface for its JangoMail and JangoSMTP services. The redesigned interface significantly improves JangoMail’s functionality and navigability, giving clients deeper features, streamlined workflow, and an […]

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Where things are in the new user interface

Most elements are in the same place in the new interface as the old interface. The most significant changes in the new interface are the eye pleasing aesthetics and improved workflow. A few functions have been moved though, so I’d like to highlight those here. Upload Images is now Assets You used to have to […]

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New features in the new user interface

As of 3:00 PM EST today, the new user interface available for use, and I want to highlight some new features that are now available. A better email preview rendering tool — we’ve integrated with a third party service that renders screenshots of what your email will look like in 20 different email clients. We […]

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New Feature: SpamAssassin spam score now available for every email campaign you send

Every email campaign you send through JangoMail will now be scored by SpamAssassin. That score, and the reason behind it, is now available through Reports and through the API. In Reports, you’ll find the score next to each sent campaign, as shown below. [Click the score to launch a popup showing the breakdown of the […]

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New API method to share campaigns on social networks

We’ve launched a new API method, GetViewAsWebPageURL, that retrieves a URL for a campaign that can be shared on social networks like Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn. Below is a screenshot of how to call the method from our test form at http://api.jangomail.com/api.asmx?op=GetViewAsWebPageURL The result is a string which is the URL that can then be shared. […]

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