Create an inexpensive Webhook to handle MailGun events. All you need is some background, a sprinkling of C#, and a few Azure functions.
Wouldn’t you like to know when MailGun fails to deliver an email? Or worse still, when someone complains about an email you sent?
MailGun can notify you about the following events:
There’s just one catch: You have to write your own webhook, then subscribe to those events with your webhook’s URL. If that thought left you cross-eyed, fear not! The reign of cloud computing has made this simpler than it used to be, especially the introduction of functions as a service.
Using a custom JSON object to update a Salesforce record using an Azure Logic App is as easy as falling down the stairs (and nearly as painful).
Scenario: You’re using an Azure Logic App to update a Salesforce record using the Salesforce API connector.
Problem: The Salesforce connector doesn’t make it easy to send a custom update request. It wants you to name all the fields you intend to update. But what if you don’t want to update some of those fields, based on some condition? Well, you were up a creek — until you found this post.