Use a ready-to-go extension to a CRM, CMS, or ecommerce system, or leverage our open APIs to integrate your Web site or application with MailUp.
Use MailUp with other apps
See our Integrations Catalog for more information and technical details on our ready-to-go integrations.
Check out v1.1 of the MailUp REST API, which introduces new methods, built-in filtering, sorting, and much more.
Subscribe, update, setup campaigns, ...
Remotely execute many of the tasks you can perform in the MailUp admin console. See the API library for all the details.
Send transactional messages via SMTP or API
Keep data synchronized via Webhooks
With MailUp 8 we have introduced Webhooks for near real-time updates from MailUp to your applications (e.g. unsubscribe).
Exchange large amounts of data via FTP
You can use our FTP-based integration to exchange large amounts of data between MailUp and other applications.
Can't find what you are looking for?
We've been around for many years, and we are here to help. Contact us for more information on integrating with MailUp.
Build your own
Request a developer account and build your own integration between MailUp and another application.
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After a summer break, we return to the MailUp developer newsletter with lots of new REST API methods, and a cool integration with visual workflow system Cyclr. Check it out.
This month we bring to you another series of updates to our REST API, plus a cool announcement about two-way data synchronization between MailUp and lots of other cloud apps. Let's dive in!
From list management to cross-list unsubscribe, this month too we added new methods to our REST API as more and more developers are asking us for ways to interact with the MailUp platform through that channel.
This newsletter opens a new chapter at MailUp: timely updates delivered to the growing number of developers who rely on the MailUp platform, its APIs, and its integrations with other applications. Something that was a bit lacking until now. We hope you find it useful.