If you have an email address using your own domain name, you can use that email address to send email messages through MyWiFi.
The guide below is for users who use cPanel to manage email address accounts for registered domains. If you are not using cPanel, please consult your domain registrar support or web hosting support to get the SMTP details for your email address.
- Active subscription with ActiveCampaign.
- Active Pro or higher MyWiFi subscription.
- A location with an associated campaign.
- Log in to your cPanel account. Go to the Email section and click on Email Accounts.
- Find the email you want to connect with MyWiFi, and click Connect Devices.
- Find the Secure SSL/TLS Settings section, and note your Username, Password, and Outgoing Server details.
SMTP app integration
Now that you have your server details, you can integrate your SMTP server as an app in MyWiFi.
- Log in to your MyWiFi dashboard.
- Select Apps from the main menu.
- Click Add New App.
- Select Email Services.
- Select Generic SMTP.
- Decide on an App Name and enter the details that you got from your SMTP server:
Username: The username from your SSL/TLS settings.
Password: The password for your email address.
Host: The Outgoing Server host
Port: The SMTP port of the Outgoing Server
You can also set your opt-out mailing address, and whether the location's address will supersede it.
- Click Proceed.
MyWiFi will only use the SMTP server to send out automated emails from your email automations and real-time broadcasts. You will receive customers' email responses in your email's inbox.