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  1. Error in go language post

    this sample code for go runs into a bug:

    func SendSimpleMessage(domain, apiKey string) (string, error) {
    mg := mailgun.NewMailgun(domain, apiKey, publicApiKey)
    m := mg.NewMessage(
    "Excited User <mailgun@YOUR_DOMAIN_NAME>",
    "Hello",
    "Testing some Mailgun awesomeness!",
    "YOU@YOUR_DOMAIN_NAME",
    )
    _, id, err := mg.Send(m)
    return id, err
    }

    too many arguments in call to mailgun.NewMailgun
    have (string, string, string)
    want (string, string)

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  2. Conditional Statements within Templates

    In using Handlebars framework for template making, we should be able to fully get its full functionality (esp. conditional statements). As of this moment, though the template itself will still work with conditional statements BUT would fail to preview the codes or the template itself (https://screencast.com/t/RF8GlNNtrnl). I reached out with you regarding this issue and was told it was not YET supported.

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  3. “Your session expired ,Please login”

    After clicking on the Logs it tells me "Your session expired ,Please login" This is the same for my other colleagues. It started happening in the new interface

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  4. local time greetings

    "Good afternoon" you say on your dashboard.
    It's 13.16 at this time :)

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  5. Move the filter and search buttons to the right of the search bar on the logging page.

    On the logging page filter and search should be beside the search box, not below it.

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  6. Create a placeholder space for the log while it loading so it doesn't change page length.

    The chart on the logs page takes a while to load. I would create a place holder space so that the search bar and log doesn't get pushed down and lose focus while the chart is loading.

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  7. "Back to Routes" button not working in Safari

    The "Back to Routes" button does not work in Safari once a route has been created.

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  8. markdown

    I use Notion.so to create blog posts in markdown, and we're incredibly productive with this workflow! I'd like to be able to create email messages and templates using markdown, and have mailgun translate those to html. Ideally, this should be supported in the API and in the UI.

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  9. Automatic conversion of HTML to text for outgoing messages

    If no text portion of an email is submitted, automatically make one from the html portion. This should help with deliverability. The parse incoming seems to do this now according to the documentation so you may already have routines to do this.

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  10. Automatic HTML style inlining

    Hi there.

    When designing HTML emails, having to use inline styles (style="xxxx") instead of CSS classes is a right old pain.

    There are tools and libraries that can take a HTML document, and automatically 'inline' the CSS styles. E.g. http://beaker.mailchimp.com/inline-css

    It would be AWESOME if there was an option to apply this transformation to a HTML email before it gets sent....

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  11. Send Request Signature as an HTTP Header

    Please consider providing the timestamp, token and signature as http headers. Some frameworks such has JAX-RS provide the ability to validate an incoming request via interceptors. This is difficult to do with form data as it is processed later in the request.

    Ideally this would be done similar to Twilio https://www.twilio.com/docs/security

    Maybe an

    X-Mailgun-Timestamp
    X-Mailgun-Token
    X-Mailgun-Signature

    Based on this we could verify the request before actually decoding the form data.

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