Use an RSS feed with Buttondown.
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Courier Service

This tool checks your RSS feed for any new additions, and sends out emails accordingly.


Enter the Buttondown dashboard and select "Programming". Your API key will the first item on the page. Set this as an environment variables called BUTTONDOWN_KEY. You can tell Courier Service to send emails itself, rather than "cache" it for manual approval by using the COURIER_DIRECT variable and setting it to "true".

Run the tool everytime a Git push is made with a Git hook or by some other recurring request to ensure Courier Service can see changes as they come: ./courier-service


Courier Service is licensed under the Apache 2.0 license. A plain-text copy can be found with the source of this tool (/LICENSE).