Now is the age of NoOps. Even in email. The email automation industry is booming .
The young and enthusiastic DevOps people often suggest managing SMTP server on their own but a seasoned and experienced sysadmin understands that having own SMTP server for transactional as well as bulk email sending would be a hectic responsibility eventually.
This is why it is easier to rely on dedicated SMTP service providers. This is specially helpful when you are a small business and have limited human power.
In this short discussion Iaposm going to list some SMTP services that offer both free and paid plans. Iaposll share an overview of each of them. At High On Cloud we use at least two of these SMTP service providers extensively.
This tops our list since we rely on it for most of our web apps Nextcloud Rocket.Chat and Plausible Analytics. It is well trusted by developers and marketers for time-savings scalability and delivery expertise. I really wish their API goes open source sometime in the future. .
News Link: https://linuxhandbook.com/smtp-services/.