The order of SMTP/mailgun integration we will use to send emails:
1. Location default provider
2. Location Mailgun - If no default provider is selected and the location in agency settings has Mailgun configured
Mailgun Settings for Locations:
- You can configure each location with your client's own Mailgun or your mailgun
- We can use the same Mailgun API and same domain/subdomain for multiple locations
- We can use the same Mailgun API and different domains/subdomains for multiple locations
- We can use the different Mailgun API and domain/subdomain for multiple locations
- You can also set up a unique domain/subdomain for each location to capture cold inbound emails. Learn more about Cold Email Inbound Setup here.
3. Agency Default provider
4. Agency Mailgun - If no default provider is selected and the agency Mailgun settings on top has Mailgun configured
- Each new location will inherit the settings based on this configured Mailgun API key on top.
- We will also use it to send the email verification code
5. HighLevel mailgun account
We will be using this subdomain to send and receive emails.
If you are using our HighLevel default Mailgun account, the links from the emails sent using our default Mailgun account won’t open.
To be able to open links in the emails, please use your own Mailgun Account or add an SMTP provider: