18 Replies to “What are transactional emails?”

  1. Thank you so much for the kind words Nikkitha Senthil, I just want to know that we can handle our Account in this transactional email.

  2. Are these going to be charged as like with the bulk emailing options?

    EDIT
    noticed this little pricing at the top. Thats quite nice! We dont have that much reach. Is that number of 10k also seen as a counting limit. Meaning its eather 10k per 2.5 credit or per 6 months?

    How should i read this part
    Used by 45+ Zoho applications
    to deliver an average of 110M transactional emails per month.

    THere are just a couple items which include email right, and there is only one email program. Not sure i fully understand that 45+ use it? Im none English so im not sure i follow this

    1. Hi. TransMail’s pricing follows a pay-as-you-go model. So you can buy emails credits. Each email credit allows you to send 10k emails. So if you buy 1 email credit for 2.5$, you can send 10k emails. You can send these emails for 6 months from the date of purchase.

      Transactional emails are not specific to just email-related applications. Even an e-commerce site will require transactional emails like order confirmation emails, finance apps will need to send invoices. All these automated emails fall under transactional emails. That way, 45+ Zoho applications send transactional emails using TransMail on a regular basis.

      We have a couple more blogs coming up that will dive deeper into transactional emails and how they can help different types of businesses. Do watch this space or follow our Twitter handle for updates.

    1. Of course, Steve. Use cases and benefits of transactional emails are plenty, as you’ve mentioned.

    1. Thank you, Ken. We hope to improve your experience more and more with each update. 🙂

  3. What a brief explanation!
    Really impressed with the examples. They are extremely useful to know the difference in detailed manner.
    Thank You.

    1. Thank you so much for the kind words, Hima. Do keep an eye on this space or our Twitter profile for the next blogs in this series. Hope you like them too. 🙂

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