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Stream Data Between Platforms

Keep your accounts connected by sending event data seamlessly in real-time for uninterrupted connectivity.

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Dynamic Webhook Use Cases

Leverage Real-Time Triggers for Personalized Interactions and Improved Retention


Real-Time Customer Engagement

Engage customers instantly with customized post-interaction communications triggered by "Open" and "Click" events, enhancing engagement and conversion rates.

Connect Multiple Applications

Connect Multiple Applications

Integrate effortlessly with various systems and services to share information autonomously, enhancing connectivity and workflow efficiency


Newsletter Bounce Management

Streamline bounce management by triggering actions when newsletters bounce, ensuring lists are updated promptly and maintaining email deliverability


Subscription Management

Respect user preferences and maintain sender reputation with immediate subscriber list updates triggered by unsubscribes, ensuring compliance with email marketing regulations.

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Real-Time Event Registration Confirmation

Update attendee lists instantly with a triggered mail confirming event registration, paving the way for personalized pre-event reminders and post-event surveys.

Leveraging Webhook Advantages

Unleash Seamless Connectivity and Efficiency with Webhooks

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Real-Time Event

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Seamless Data

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A webhook is a mechanism that allows external systems to receive real-time updates and notifications about events occurring within your Mailercloud account. It enables seamless communication between different systems by sending an HTTP POST request to a specified URL when specific events or triggers occur.

Webhooks can be triggered by events such as send, open, click, fail, spam, unsubscribe, and bounce. Each event trigger sends specific payload examples containing relevant data when the event is triggered.

In the Free Plan, users can create up to 20 webhooks, while Premium and Enterprise Plans allow up to 50 webhooks. Users in the Free Plan can trigger a maximum of 10,000 events per day, while Premium and Enterprise Plans offer unlimited event triggers per day.

If a webhook experiences 20 consecutive failed delivery attempts, it will be automatically deactivated. Manual reactivation is necessary to resume webhook functionality, and an email notification will be sent detailing the deactivation and the reason behind it.

You can find the webhook API here.