Mailjet has a free version and offers a free trial. Mailjet paid version starts at US$15.00/month.
- Industry: Market Research
- Company size: 11–50 Employees
- Used Weekly for 2+ years
Great mailing platform
Easy to setup, I like how they instruct you to setup your mailing domain in an optimal way and guide you through the process.
The overall design of the platform as well as the email builder is one of the best i've seen. It makes it possible for even novice users to design templates and send email campaigns.
Price is a bit high compared to some open source and self hosted options like OemPro but for a SASS product its still pretty good.
- Industry: Food & Beverages
- Company size: 2–10 Employees
- Used Weekly for Free Trial
A great service for a small price
Great DX for the integration, familiar UI, great analytics, honest pricing, possibility to send SMS. The product I was looking for, recommended.
- Easily create email templates with web-based editor
- Great analytics for your emails
- Easy API integration
- Cannot buy a dedicated IP unless you send 150k emails/month, I'd like to build my reputation from now
Reasons for Choosing MailjetMailgun template editor is too new and not so stable as Mailjet one.
Reasons for Switching to MailjetSendGrid is too expensive and not so developer friendly
- Industry: Online Media
- Company size: 2–10 Employees
- Used Daily for 1+ year
Steer clear if you're looking to send a large volume of emails
Overall, if you want to send a little bit of email with webhooks and api calls, this will work. If you're sending large scale campaigns, it could ruin your email list size because of the lack of functionality around reengagement campaign parameters.
The sales people and customer support were very nice. If you were looking to use the free tier or send low volume of emails then MailJet will do the job (ie: in place of MailChimp) however, if you're looking at this v's constantcontact or sendgrid, selligent etc then I would definitely not go with MailJet.
MailJet do not want clients to use them as a databasing tool which means, if you have a segment of users who are engaged and opened 20 times in the last 30 days and you want to get those email addresses to push into facebook to find a look alike audience...you can't. MailJet won't let you get that data.
They also blacklist your softbouncing emails in the background and limit the characters in subject lines.
Reasons for Choosing MailjetDue to price but wish we hadn't and actually went back to SailThru after 6 months of trying to get MailJet to work properly.
Switched FromMarigold Engage
Response from Sinch
Hi - thanks for your feedback. Please feel free to send us an email to [email protected] and we'd be happy to look into your account. In the meantime, we apologize for any inconvenience. Our platform and API is designed to handle higher volumes and as long as our Sending Policy is adhered to, we will be able to address any of your issues. Thanks again, the Mailjet team.
- Industry: Hospital & Health Care
- Company size: 1,001–5,000 Employees
- Used Weekly for 1+ year
Quality review of Mailjet
- Easy to deploy Transactional Emails- Also saved section are more in control.- Quickly update linked section to apply in all concerned mails.
- Sending history management is bit complex to solve issues. as It's not easily identifiable for concerned campaigns
- Industry: Information Technology & Services
- Company size: 51–200 Employees
- Used Monthly for 1-5 months
Overall, my experience is positive. I wish there was a way to customize image padding (more than what's available, once it's been inputted in. Another function that can use some work would be the spacing between paragraphs. It would be nice to be able to create different spacing within the same text box without all of the text adapting to the same space size. Otherwise, uploading contact lists and creating email templates has been seamless.
I like that it's easy to use and pretty intuitive for first time users.
What I like least is you can't control the optimization of mobile design, that it'll automatically scale larger or smaller than a phone screen. You can't design for one platform (desktop) without considering how it'll appear on mobile, since it's not mobile optimized.