I went though all the mail*.com and sendgrid.com but in most cases the documentation as well as the node.js package were a mess (if there was any at all).
I feel quite disappointed and I’m thinking to go back to using AWS SES.
Is it the right choice? Did I miss something?
For transactional email, I usually go with Postmark or SES. You don't necessarily need a node package, as they all support sending via SMTP as well.
Sendgrid, Mailgun, Sparkpost are the ones to consider in addition to what has already been said
We're using Postmark (we send about 500 emails/month). Very easy to set up. We were hesitating with Mailgun but it's not really optimized for marketers/ business guys [there is no template builder like mailchimp/postmark has].
Hope it helps.
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