This guide describes how to configure Iterable to use Mailgun to send email.
Iterable also supports various other email service providers (ESPs):
Amazon Simple Email Service (SES), using a shared IP pool — Iterable's default email setup. Currently, there's no way to send through Amazon SES using your own account or a dedicated IP address. To learn more about setting up Amazon SES, read Integrating Amazon Simple Email Service (SES) with Iterable
If you have any questions, talk to your Iterable implementation consultant or customer success manager.
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To configure your Iterable account to send email with Mailgun, complete the steps below.
Step 1: Configure your Mailgun account and related settings
To integrate your Mailgun account with Iterable, work closely with your Iterable implementation consultant or customer success manager.
To set up your Mailgun account, you'll need to do things such as:
- Set up IP pools as needed.
- Configure your sending domains.
- Set up DNS records.
- Set up webhooks.
- Verify your domains in Mailgun.
Step 2: Add your Mailgun account to Iterable
Now, add your Mailgun account information to Iterable. To do this:
In Iterable, navigate to Settings > Sending Platforms.
In the Connect a new platform section, click Mailgun.
On the Mailgun page that appears, click Add Account.
Fill in the required fields for your account:
For help locating your Mailgun API key, check out Mailgun's documentation.
Click Create account.
Step 3: Complete the instructions in the Email Setup guide
To finish setting up your project to send email, complete the steps in Email Setup.