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SMTP company that accepts Paypal?

SMTP company that accepts Paypal?

winstonwinston Member
edited October 2012 in General

I was wondering if anyone knew a reputable SMTP e-mail company that accepts Paypal. Need to send about 300 e-mails a day (not spam, all forum registration and notifications)

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  • Got fed up with local sendmail? ...lol.

    That said, I don't see why normal free Google apps wouldn't work for you, 300 a day is rather small time.

    -- BOFH

  • I send email with zoho mail's smtp server for the registration email.

    Freedns Hosting - www.DNSbed.com

  • @Wintereise said: Got fed up with local sendmail? ...lol.

    I've got a few sites that would be targeted by a DDoSer. Sendmail will reveal the server's real IP :).

  • Using an external mail relay MAY reveal your real IP as well.

    Selling multiple 2000-user GApps :) Shoot me a message to make an offer.

  • @winston Pretty cheap and accept paypal..

    http://www.authsmtp.com/index.html

  • It's not PayPal, but I can absolutely recommend Sendgrid. http://sendgrid.com/ Their $0.1 per thousand package is an amazing deal and you have about 4 different API's for making emails on their server, thus not even making it possible to pass an IP address accidentally (I mean you don't need to use SMTP at all.)

  • ZenZen Member

    @zsero said: It's not PayPal, but I can absolutely recommend Sendgrid. http://sendgrid.com/ Their $0.1 per thousand package is an amazing deal and you have about 4 different API's for making emails on their server, thus not even making it possible to pass an IP address accidentally (I mean you don't need to use SMTP at all.)

    I work for Nodisto.

  • @David_P said: http://mandrill.com ?

    +1

    They're pretty awesome, and even have a WordPress plugin to automatically route all your emails through them, no effort needed.

    They also allow up to 12,000 emails/mo for free, which should do you just fine.

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