We never store your email unless you tell us to. All your data is stored on disk using Transparent Data Encryption.
Create as many as email inbox as you want to accept emails to them and forward to your own email address.
Once email hits an alias, it can be sent out to multiple email addresses like a mail group.
All emails sent to your domain will be sent to those addresses so you won't miss any important email.
Send out email from your domain with hanami SMTP server. Avoid the ugly "via" badge in gmail when using gmail smtp server.
If you enable maillog, you can also reply directly on our webui. Make us effectively working like a webmail service.
Just want a temporary email address to checkout an untrustworthy service? We got you. Generate as many as temporary alias and disable them once you done so no more spam from them.
View a History of incoming emails in your account which is superhelpful for debugging mail delivery. For privacy, it's Disabled by default, and you have to EXPLICITLY enable it.
Want to process the email? We send a POST request to your webhook with all the email headers and body as JSON. Example, check our Mail a picture service.
Have the email show up in a Slack channel to improve team awareness without checking your inbox.
Want to have some fun? We have a
hanami cli tool which we think is quite fun to use. Example: send an email to turn on your light before you come home.
Our API enables you to import domains, manage alias and tail webhook programmatically.
Your emails are delivered under 10 seconds.
Use maillogs in case mail server reject emails(mistakenly flag an email as spam - which happen all the time in email world).
We only store essential information for the site to be functional.
Email is hard. Dealing with MX records and SPF isn't easy. We're here to help! Please use our doc, email support or 1-1 live chat. If your emails are marked as spam, we're here to help as well. If you have general questions about email delivery in which we are an expert, we are more than happy to share with you what we know.