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Open source mail delivery platform, alternative to Mailgun or Sendgrid
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What is Postal?

Postal is a complete and fully featured mail server for use by websites & web servers. Think Sendgrid, Mailgun or Postmark but open source and ready for you to run on your own servers. Postal was developed by aTech Media to serve its own mail processing requirements and we have since decided that it should be released as an open source project for the community.
Postal is a tool in the Transactional Email category of a tech stack.
Postal is an open source tool with GitHub stars and GitHub forks. Here’s a link to Postal's open source repository on GitHub

Who uses Postal?

4 companies reportedly use Postal in their tech stacks, including, SMARTTechStack, and tech.

14 developers on StackShare have stated that they use Postal.

Postal Integrations

Git, Node.js, MySQL, Ruby, and RabbitMQ are some of the popular tools that integrate with Postal. Here's a list of all 5 tools that integrate with Postal.

Postal Alternatives & Comparisons

What are some alternatives to Postal?
Twilio SendGrid
Twilio SendGrid's cloud-based email infrastructure relieves businesses of the cost and complexity of maintaining custom email systems. Twilio SendGrid provides reliable delivery, scalability & real-time analytics along with flexible API's.
Amazon SES
Amazon SES eliminates the complexity and expense of building an in-house email solution or licensing, installing, and operating a third-party email service. The service integrates with other AWS services, making it easy to send emails from applications being hosted on services such as Amazon EC2.
Mailgun is a set of powerful APIs that allow you to send, receive, track and store email effortlessly.
Mandrill is a new way for apps to send transactional email. It runs on the delivery infrastructure that powers MailChimp.
Postmark removes the headaches of delivering and parsing email for webapps with minimal setup time and zero maintenance.
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Postal's Followers
80 developers follow Postal to keep up with related blogs and decisions.