“Bubble emails” are really API calls to Sendgrid out of the box. That said, I personally have not had issues with the default of Bubble’s email system tied to Sendgrid; over 200K transactional emails sent thus far. Sendgrid is also a bit cheaper than Postmark for a dedicated IP as well.
Installation is pretty vanilla though, so if one’s expecting to do handstands for analytics that might explain a more custom solution.
I send login codes through email and I need to make sure it gets delivered and it does so fast, which are two of Postmark’s main promises.
Sendgrid can be good for general or non vital emails. But because you get randomly assigned a shared server that a ton of others use and abuse, there is a possibility you are on server with poor deliverability.
Also I’ve heard the founder on a podcast and really like their company overall so I am happy to be a customer of theirs
Yep +1 with this. Postmark is simply more reliable, easy to use, and affordable. I haven’t looked too much into AWS, but it looks more intimidating to me in terms of setting up API calls for templated emails.