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A local mail server, such as Postfix, is the most robust way to send email through SendGrid when configured to queue all email from your application and then relay the messages through SendGrid as a smart host. This has the least latency from your application’s perspective with the added benefit of handing your email off to a fault tolerant server. If internet connectivity between your servers and ours drops, a local mail server gracefully handles queuing and resending the email, as opposed to building that intelligence into your sending application.

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Jun 25/15 at 06:58 6 Answers 35 Views 1

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    Jul 7/15 at 03:07

    internet connectivity between your servers and ours drops, a local mail server gracefully handles queuing and resending the email, as opposed to building that intelligence i

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    Jul 7/15 at 03:01

    ation and then relay the messages through SendGrid as a smart host. This has the least latency from your application’s perspective with the added benefit of handing your email off to a fault tolerant server. If internet connectivity between your servers and ours drops, a local mail server gracefully handles queuing and resendi

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    Jul 7/15 at 02:58

    urs drops, a local mail server gracefully handles queuing and resending the email, as opposed to building that intelligence into your sending application.

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    Jul 7/15 at 02:54

    If internet connectivity between your servers and ours drops, a local mail server gracefully handles queuing and resending the email, as opposed to building that inte

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    Jul 7/15 at 02:50

    If internet connectivity between your servers and ours drops, a local mail server gracefully handles queuing and resendi

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    Jun 27/15 at 01:30

    ation and then relay the messages through SendGrid as a smart host. This has the least latency from your application’s perspective with the added benefit of handing your email off to a fault tolerant server. If internet connectivity between your servers and ours drops, a local mail server gracefully handles queuing and resendi

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