In this guide we will cover the all aspects of email in Upmind, including.
- Outbound email default configuration
- Connecting your own external SMTP mailbox
- Sending bulk email through Upmind
- Piping incoming emails into the Upmind service desk
If you do make any changes, then Upmind will send emails from "Your brand name" with the from email as `
[email protected] email. This is the same method used by most SAAS platforms, or newsletter tools, and is something we do not recommend changing.
We send emails out through Amazon SES and therefore deliverability is excellent. We do proactively monitor the mailing reputation of emails that are sent out, and we restrict emails volumes that can be sent from new accounts.
You can set Upmind to send through your own mailserver. You can use any mailserver which has SMTP enabled. This may be a third party email account, or a SMTP mail host such as Mailgun, MailChannels or SpamXperts.
To configure your custom mailserver, navigate to
You will need to enter the
port. These are the same details you might use if you were to send out through a mail client such as Outlook.
You also need to specify a
From name and a
From email. These are not tied to authentication and you can in theory add any name and email you like, but we recommend using the email linked to the SMTP server.
Announcements can newsletters can be sent through Upmind under
Bulk Actions. We do not intend this as a full replacement for Newsletter software such as Maichimp or CampaignMonitor, but rather as a way of easily notifying client segments of important news.
The newsletter will send through either our default Amazon SES setup, or through your custom SMTP server. Note that if you are using a custom SMTP server you should remove mailing limits if you are sending a lot of messages.
Incoming emails can be routed to the Upmind support ticket system. Navigate to the
Service desk configuration area.
Choose a department you wish to route emails to or create a new department. You can then specify a destination mailbox. Forward any emails you wish to pipe to that destination mailbox.
Updated 3 months ago