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These efforts are all geared towards providing greater transparency and enhanced customer support. If you want to provide feedback (which we love), scroll down to the end of this post for several options.
Now we send the CC field as part of the Parse API notifications.
We’ve also added Sender Policy Framework (SPF) validation to the Parse API to allow for better determination of legitimate sources of email.
Stay tuned for an upcoming blog post that covers the Parse API functionality in depth.
This update allow us to improve the initial reputation of new dedicated IP’s via internal “warm-up” methods. What was already a good system is now even better.
We learned a great deal last week and are extremely appreciative of the feedback and understanding that we have seen from our customers. If you would like to provide further feedback on how we can continue to improve, please use one of the following mechanisms:
Elmer Thomas is a Developer Evangelist at SendGrid. He works with developers at hackdays and conferences to further simplify the process of integrating with SendGrid’s APIs and to discover what new email challenges need to be conquered. When not on the road, he works on making life for developers using SendGrid frictionless.Elmer Thomas on Twitter • Elmer Thomas on Google+