Email APIs

Email APIs enable users to access and utilize the functionalities of email service providers, facilitating tasks like generating and sending emails, automating invoice sending, and managing folders.

Email APIs

About Email APIs

Email APIs are the digital version of the postal service. They power the billions of emails sent every day and allow developers to tap into the functionality of particular providers, create temporary services, check address statuses to clean email lists and lower bounce rates, and much more.

What is an Email API?

Email APIs allow users to access the functions of their email service provider. For instance, generate and send emails, automate invoice sending, manipulating folders, and more.

Other third-party email APIs offer additional functionalities such as checking for fraudulent or dead email addresses, receive emails at a temporary address, and more.

How does an Email API work?

Email APIs use programming to enhance the email experience of both the company and the consumer. These robust APIs are generally built using the popular RESTful protocol and act as the intermediaries between sender and receiver. Developers can incorporate webhooks, triggers, and more for a fully customizable experience.

Who can benefit from Email APIs?

On the business side, anyone that maintains an email list, from the hobbyist with ten subscribers to the corporation with millions, can benefit from an email API. APIs in this category are not regulated to transactional, like sending mass marketing campaigns, notifications, or password resets. Instead, these APIs provide far more contextual capabilities, like giving developers the ability to build analytical applications or even incorporating email into car console touchscreens.

Outside of that, any person that sends email through any type of device benefits from this technology. For instance, sharing that cool new shirt on Amazon with your best friend by hitting the share to email button or sending a quick email through your phone email app are both examples of how an email API helps people seamlessly get through their day.

Why are Email APIs necessary?

Email-related APIs provide the connectivity between an application and an email service provider. They also allow for deep analytics, research, fast deployment of marketing campaigns, and keeping businesses in touch with their actual customers instead of fake addresses.

What can you expect from an Email API?

An email API should provide secure access to protect both the application’s user data and any data provided from the service itself. In addition, any API that is adding functionality such as detecting fraudulent addresses and IPs needs to be regularly updated so that a user’s bounce rate is not negatively affected and real users are not accidentally deleted.

Are there examples of free Email APIs?

  1. Sendgrid
  2. ZeroBounce
  3. Email Check Invalid or Disposable Domain
  4. Email Verifier
  5. Validect - Email Verification
  6. Email Sender
  7. Email Validator
  8. DropMail
  9. Temp Mail
  10. Real Email

Email API SDKs

All Email APIs are supported and made available in multiple developer programming languages and SDKs including:

  1. Node.js
  2. PHP
  3. Python
  4. Ruby
  5. Objective-C
  6. Java (Android)
  7. C# (.NET)
  8. cURL

Just select your preference from any API endpoints page.

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