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MailKit

Mailkit provides a XML-RPC standard based API for secure remote access and control of some of the functions available in the system.

MailKit Alternatives

The best MailKit alternatives based on verified products, community votes, reviews and other factors.
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  1. Email sending library for PHP.

    Open Source

  2. Learn why more developers choose SendGrid for their email deliverability service to send transactional emails triggered by web apps. Get started for free

  3. Warm up your cold email inbox, and never land in spam anymore!

    Try for free freemium $9.0 / Monthly

  4. Send email directly from your client-side Javascript code – no server side code required. Add static or dynamic attachments, dynamic parameters, captcha code and more. Start with our free tier!

  5. Unlimited enterprise email hosting

  6. A set of powerful APIs that enable you to send, receive and track email from your app effortlessly whether you use Python, Ruby, PHP, C#, Node.js or Java.

    Open Source

  7. Gmail is available across all your devices Android, iOS, and desktop devices. Sort, collaborate or call a friend without leaving your inbox.

  8. MailChimp is the best way to design, send, and share email newsletters.

  9. Context.IO is a REST email API that makes it easy and fast to integrate your user's email data in your application

  10. Innovative online Email Marketing solution to manage your contacts, create & send your newsletters and track your results. More than 80 000 clients. Best prices and attractive features.

  11. Secure email with absolutely no compromises. Get your free encrypted email account today.

    freemium €5.0 / Monthly (user - 5 GB)

  12. Get email without any server, any smtp, any config, any code

  13. Platform to host multiple email domains.

  14. Code Prettify is an embeddable script that makes source-code snippets in HTML prettier.

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