I’m building a SAAS app that allows users to send email sequences, I want to stop the sequence when a user replies to an email sent by my app.
Based on what I found on the internet I should use Mailgun Routes to accomplish it.
I have all set up (Domain and MX records) but I couldn’t forward emails to my server.
What I want to accomplish is the following:
- User A uses this email address ([email protected])
- User B uses this email address ([email protected])
- User A sends an email using my platform, my platform calls mailgun
API to send it
- User B receives that email and hits reply
- Mailgun notices that User B replies and forwards that reply to my
I do not own neither example.com nor lorem.com domains
What am I doing wrong?
Rather than using the Message-ID header, some people generate a unique Reply-To address ([email protected]) as the In-Reply-To header isn’t guaranteed to be sent.
Answered By – RickN