Create any number of custom alerts to monitor what matters to you. Similar to CRM rules, 250ok Alerts trigger automated messages based on sets of custom rules you define, at the frequency of your choosing.
Depending on the severity or seriousness of your alert, you can configure notifications to send you an email, SMS, Slack, HipChat, PagerDuty, or webhook message to directly integrate the alert into a third-party application.
Not every notification is of "right now" importance, so you have the flexibility of defining how often you wish you receive alerts: immediately, daily, every X hours, or on a custom schedule.
"We're having mail blocked in Asia lately."
If REGION ASIA delivery to MISSING is >=20% send EMAIL
"I want to know when we're having issues with DMARC compliance."
If MYDOMAIN.COM DMARC COMPLIANCE is <=90% send EMAIL
"Gmail accounts for 25% of our list. Immediately notify me of high spam placement."
If ISP GMAIL delivery to SPAM is >=5% send SMS
"I want to automatically increase my child account allowance."
If CHILD ACCOUNT PRODUCT usage is >=90% send WEBHOOK, EMAIL
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