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Eight (Condensed) Steps to Better Email Deliverability

Eight (Condensed) Steps to Better Email Deliverability

The primary focus of JangoMail is to provide customizable and personalized email deliverability that will separate our customers from their competitors. These eight steps will help you to better understand the services JangoMail can provide for your company’s email delivery system and how you can get started on the path to better email deliverability with […]

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Introducing…Our NEW User Interface

By: Melonie MotticeMarketing Specialist The wait is over! We are pleased to announce our new user interface here at JangoMail.  The new design combines the old with the new.  We’ve taken suggestions directly from you, our valued clients.  Enjoy our fresh new look that is easy to use and navigate, delivering the latest to you […]

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Calling the JangoMail API in Ruby Using SOAP

If you’re integrating in a Ruby environment, then Savon is a great, versatile way to call SOAP web services. In this example, we use savon to build a soap client for the JangoMail API, then call Groups_GetList_String. To test it with your own account, just insert your own JangoMail/JangoSMTP credentials. Download the source code for […]

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Calling the JangoMail Web Service in Python

Python is a language that seems to make so many mundane programming tasks easy. Unfortunately, some python libraries are perhaps less fully developed than the libraries of other languages. This is certainly the case of the python soap libraries SOAPpy and SUDS. In my experience, both libraries are painfully buggy. In python, I think it’s […]

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Consuming the JangoMail API in ASP.Net

It’s easy to start integrating the JangoMail API into your company’s .Net software. Start by adding a service reference to your project. Right click on the project in the solution explorer, then click “Add a Service Reference”. Under Address, enter http://api.jangomail.com/api.asmx?WSDL and click “Go”. Then change the namespace to JangoMail and click “OK”. This will […]

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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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