Sinch specifically supports deliverability and reputation monitoring
using API led metrics such as Hard Bounce/Soft Bounce/Complaints and
Unsubscribes and offline metrics such as Sender Score reports. Sender
Score reports are published for dedicated ...
Sinch’s validated IP warmup plan for ramping up email volume on shared
and dedicated IPs can be used to establish a positive sending reputation
with ISPs. The Sinch E-mail 365 IP Warming Template is attached below:
JSON/ RESTful API JSON API is a specification for how a client should
request that resources be fetched or modified, and how a server should
respond to those requests. JSON API is designed to minimize both the
number of requests and the amount of dat...
Sinch E-mail 365 API delivers soft and hard bounces as pre-integrated
reports with SAP Marketing Cloud. The bounce reports are delivered as
API calls providing email ID, Notification ID, SMTP error code for
bounced requests only. Bounce statuses are ...
Sinch E-mail 365 is designed to deliver personalized email messages.
However, should a customer choose this for delivering a common message
to bulk recipients, it can easily be handled by passing multiple
recipients in the parameter list. Sinch deliv...
An MX record is a publicly available address for an email recipients
mail server. When someone, for example:firstname.lastname@example.org sends an email to
email@example.com, the sender’s mail transfer agent looks up the available MX
record at public DNS registry of xyz....
The core features supported by Sinch E-mail 365 include: Domain and user
validations DKIM & SPF based deliverability Support for multiple senders
per sub-domain “Reply-to” capability Support for custom “from” tags Soft
and hard bounce status reportin...
Yes, the email service runs out of a EU based shared sending Mail
Transfer Agent (MTA) infrastructure. This infrastructure has been
designed for an initial baseline throughput of 1 million emails/hr and
shall be scalable with deployment of additional...
Enterprises use a multi-pronged strategy for email infrastructure due to
both cost, manage-ability and scale reasons. Transactional emails (such
as order confirmations, shipment notifications) or marketing emails are
typically handled using 3rd party...
The key parameters of the e-mail API request are as follows: Sender
address (for example, firstname.lastname@example.org Sender name (if
needed); so the sender shows as email@example.com
Reply-to address (the address where email replies will ...
Sinch E-mail 365 uses both SPF (Sender Policy Framework) and DKIM
(Domain Key Identified Mail) for authenticated email delivery: SPF
(Sender Policy Framework) Technically, DKIM provides a method for
validating a domain name identity that is associate...
Using Sinch E-mail 365, SAP Marketing Cloud customers can have an
integrated email communication channel. The E-mail 365 Service -
On-boarding Guide for SAP Marketing Cloud Customers describes the
high-level architecture and functionalities and provi...